• Four Seasons Place Shanghai arrives in thriving Lujiazui, Pudong

    26 February 2013

    The new Four Seasons Hotel recently opened its doors in Pudong, Shanghai, offering a calm oasis in the heart of this vibrant changing city. The hotel, conveniently located in Lujiazui financial district in the newly-built 21st Century Tower (locally known as the “Jewel box”), rises above the urban melee with art-filled interiors inspired by Shanghai’s Golden Age during the 1920s and 30s Art Deco period.

    exteriorThe hotel features 187 rooms and suites, fabulous options for dining and drinking, an exclusive spa and health club, and flexible event spaces. At the same time, the exclusive first ever Four Seasons branded residences in China broke ground in the same building. Jointly developed by SOCAM (a member of Shui On Group) and Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Four Seasons Place Shanghai spans the top 12 floors crowning 21st Century Tower, overlooking panoramic views of the Huangpu River, the Bund and iconic Lujiazui Pudong. 

    BR lobby“Four Seasons Place Shanghai combines the qualities of a luxury property with a world class renowned hotel, offering a full range of services, and an exquisite, luxurious lifestyle to 73 distinguished owners”, says Timothy Wu, General Manager, Commercial of SOCAM. The management and service of Four Seasons Place Shanghai will be provided by Four Seasons Hotel Pudong.

    Residents will enjoy a wealth of five-star hotel facilities, including private access, superb restaurants, in-room dining, spa, business areas, fitness center, an indoor infinity pool, and a range of personalized services only available with the hotel.

    With much anticipation, the hotel has already established an exclusive hospitality team to serve its owners. All services will be customized based on the owners’ lifestyles and preferences and every imaginable errand can be handled on their behalf. Acclaimed designers George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg are responsible for the project’s design. The result combines inspirations from luxury residences in Manhattan, New York, as well as unique Chinese elements. Each suite features a palette of natural textures and colors to create an interior environment that is both modern and understated.

    swimming poolThe furnishings offer a perfect complement to the sweeping glass façade of the building’s exterior. In addition, rooms are equipped with separate dressing areas and a selection of household goods worthy of Four Seasons presidential suite standards, from furniture, kitchen and washroom utensils to mattresses, towels and toiletries. 

    Since its launch, the property has attracted strong interest, particularly from South East Asian buyers. According to marketing agent Savills Hong Kong, Four Seasons Place Shanghai caters to the growing demand of the affluent elite in Shanghai, and offers an excellent investment opportunity in one of China’s most sought-after and growing real estate markets.

    The attentive care offered by the hotel service team, the sleek design, and exclusively private environment make Four Seasons Place Shanghai a unique and limited opportunity to own and enjoy an ultra-luxurious lifestyle.

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