W Shanghai - The Bund

No.66 Lvshun Road, Shanghai 200080 China
+86 21 2286 9999

Area & Activities

Redefine Authentic Experiences In Shanghai

Where the city’s first cinema made its debut, W Shanghai—The Bund now steals the skyline show by exuding mesmerizing haipai, the uniquely local fusion of old with the new, the east with the west, reconfiguring colonial glamour into contemporary inspiration.

The many faces of Shanghai showcases the myriad facets of history, architecture, art, cuisine, and distinctive Manhattan of the East sophistication that make up China’s most cosmopolitan and fashion forward city. The exhilaration of unexpected encounters is reflected in daily hustle and bustle that infuse landmark features such as Nanjing Road shopping flash, downtown neon tsunami, continuous sprouting of soaring skyscrapers, and atmospheric lilong (hidden alleys). The iconic Bund symbolizes it all: on one side, the rich heritage of the mega metropolis’s Old World charm tinged with European elegance and on the other, the urban surge of the dynamic Pudong financial district.

On Shanghai’s unfurling menu of gastronomic pleasures, establishments from Michelin-starred to mom-and-pop, street snacks to molecular experiments are a gourmand’s fantasy. End the evening on a high note at an acclaimed cocktail den, where some the world’s best mixologist practice their flair and classic precision on table, not enough? Get cozy with tasting notes in a craft brewery. From a performance having conventional fan dancing or taichi on the Bund, whether a traditional tea ritual, or Chinese opera at Yi Fu Theater, jazz and ballet at the Grand Theater, there is something to add at every corner of this city. Art exhibitions, acrobatics, and even animated haggling at the city’s fascinating bazaars – behold the treasures overflowing at Dongtai Antique Market and the Flower, Bird, Fish and Insect Market, hardly a day goes where you not get captivated with the contrast this city shows.

Go with the flow in this city of constant motion – cruise along the iconic Huangpu River at sunset, or swept off your feet in a Shanghainese whirlwind of marvels, from the centenarian Jade Buddha Temple to the post-modern Oriental Pearl TV Tower. Find time to slow down and revel in tales of Shanghai’s ethnic tapestries and dignified legacies – preferably while serenaded by the legendary Peace Hotel jazz band evoking Golden Age nostalgia.

Hotel Area & Activity Highlights

Family and Children's Activities

7.9 miles

Disc Kart

Phone: +86 21 6222 2880

Go carts and a bar all under one roof.

3.5 miles

Jump 360

Phone: +86 131 6625 0458

A massive trampoline park in a 6000 square meter building with basketball and volleyball courts, a water slide, an obstacle course and a ton of trampolines.

2.1 miles

Shanghai Natural History Museum (Jing'an)

The Shanghai Natural History Museum is a museum dedicated to natural history in the city of Shanghai. It is one of the largest museums of natural sciences in China.

2.7 miles

Cages Bar and Sports

Cages Bar and Sports offers batting cages, squash courts, soccer field and private event space.

Mood - Escalator
Design Installation - Electric Laneway

Local Area & Activity Highlights

Local Attractions


Oriental Pearl TV Tower

Xin Tian Di

River Cruise

People's Square

The Bund

1933 Shanghai

Jade Buddha Temple

Shanghai Circus World

Sinar Mas Plaza

Wheelock Square

Jin Mao Building

Binjiang Avenue

Shanghai Hongkou Football Stadium

National Exhibition and Convention Center Shanghai

Shanghai New International Expo Center

Fitness Nearby

2.9 miles

Reebok Crossfit Mewellness

  • Cardiovascular Equipment
  • Free weights
  • Additional equipment: Crossfit, Olympic weightlifting
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