Each year, Interior Design Magazine puts out their picks for the best designs of the year. This year the Park Hyatt, Shanghai won for “Best Corporate Hotel”.
The hotel was designed by Tony Chi & Associates, an internationally acclaimed design firm with a philosophy of creating “invisible design”, which means that their designs are about “what touches you rather than what you see”.
This philosophy is evident at the Park Hyatt, Shanghai as it has a modern, simplistic design with touches of Chinese influence.
The Park Hyatt, Shanghai occupies the 79th to 93rd floors of the Shanghai World Financial Center in the heart of the Lujiazui business district in Pudong, Shanghai. And being that this building is one of the tallest in the world at 101 stories, this makes the Park Hyatt, Shanghai one of the tallest hotels in the world. This highlight is featured with huge floor to ceiling windows offering sweeping views of the Pu Dong skyline.
The Park Haytt, Shanghai is equipped with meeting rooms both on the 86th and 93rd floors of the hotel holding anywhere from eight to 22 guests, all with high-speed broadband internet access and has wireless LAN available in all public areas.
All meeting rooms are also equipped with built-in LCD projector and screen and flat screen television with teleconferencing facilities available.
These floors are also equipped to hold any type of social event for both your clients and colleagues. Private dining or cocktail rooms are available and can hold up to 228 guests.
When in town for your next meeting, make sure to book though Kiwi Collection where you can always get the best available rate. And as a complementary gift, all guests will receive a Water’s Edge Butler Bath upon arrival. So, you can experience the art of bathing with essential oils in your room.
You can choose from a menu featuring six aromatic, therapeutic baths based on Water’s Edge escape, tradition, and flow.