Le Royal Meridien Shanghai makes its debut

Le Royal Meridien ShanghaiHaving been acquired by Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide in November 2005, Le Royal Meridien Shanghai opened its doors this week, between historic Nanjing Road East and the greenery of People’s Square. Designed by Bilkey Llinas & Associates to  adhere to strict Feng Shui design principles, the 66-storey, 770-room  hotel will be the tallest building in Shanghai Puxi. It is close to the Museum of Contemporary Art and offers dramatic views of the Huangpu River, People’s Park and the ever-changing Shanghai skyline. Each guest room comes with air conditioning, a 42” plasma screen with satellite TV programs and a DVD, VCD and CD player, international direct dual lines telephone, wireless & broadband internet access, glass bathroom with a rain shower system and a central floating wash basin, and separate sofa seating. Suites measure from 517 square feet to 4058 square feet and consist of a living room with working area and sofa, one or two bedrooms and a spacious bathroom.

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