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Hyatt Regency opens in East China

Hyatt Regency Shanghai Global Harbor opens it’s doors in Shanghai’s Putuo District. Hyatt Regency Shanghai Global Harbor marks the seventh Hyatt-branded hotel in Shanghai, joining Park Hyatt Shanghai; Andaz Xintiandi, Shanghai; Grand Hyatt Shanghai; Hyatt on the Bund, Shanghai; Hyatt Regency Chongming and Hyatt Regency Shanghai, Wujiaochang.

Hyatt Regency Shanghai Global Harbor is designed to connect business and leisure travelers to all Shanghai has to offer. As part of the Shanghai Global Harbor, a mega complex that incorporates a high-end shopping mall, office tower, exhibition spaces, and restaurants, Hyatt Regency Shanghai Global Harbor offers a one-stop experience, designed with everything at guests’ fingertips. The hotel is nearby Zhongshan Park Commercial Area and Jing’an Temple Commercial Zone, and also has direct access to Metro Lines 3, 4 and 13. The National Convention and Exhibition Center (Shanghai), Hongqiao Railway Station and Hongqiao Airport is less than 25 minutes away.


Hyatt Regency Shanghai Global Harbor features 318 contemporary guestrooms, including 26 suites, all of which provide vibrant city views through floor-to-ceiling windows. All guestrooms are equipped with complimentary high-speed Internet, Bluetooth sound systems and 65-inch LED TVs. The Regency Club provides access to the club lounge on the 21st floor, as well as private check in and check out, complimentary breakfast, snacks and cocktails.

The hotel features four destination restaurants and lounges are designed as a culinary “intersection” to provide vibrant and inspiring dining experiences.

The Lobby Lounge serves fine teas, coffee, wines and cocktails throughout the day and evening, accompanied by light snacks from the open kitchen. With plush armchairs, dining tables, meeting rooms as well as laptop on request, the casual, residential-style space is perfect to unwind between meetings, catch up on work or chat with friends.

The Market Café, inspired by a gourmet market place, features creative flavors from Asia and beyond at five live-cooking kitchens during breakfast, lunch and dinner, plus an all-day international à la carte menu.

Xiang Yue, the hotel’s signature Chinese restaurant, offers ‘Jiangnan’ (south of the Yangtze River) cuisine where fresh seasonal ingredients inspire each dish.

The Bar is set to become a stylish and energizing place for Shanghai nightlife with dazzling views from the 47th floor, while serving craft cocktails and selection of wines, beer, spirits, and snacks.

Iuliia Tore