The Langham, Yangtze Boutique, Shanghai opens its doors

The doors of The Langham, Yangtze Boutique, Shanghai are now open, enabling guests to experience the glamour of the Golden Age of Old Shanghai in a unique Art Deco masterpiece. Each of the hotel’s 96 exquisite rooms and suites offers a personal sanctuary of comfort, distinguished by the opulence of Old Shanghai and the luxury of spacious surroundings.  Yesterday’s charms are intermixed with  21st century amenities. Every guestroom and suite features broadband Internet and Wifi access, Internet Protocol Phones, iHome iPod docking station, DVD Player, 42” LCD TV in bedroom and 19” a LCD TV in a spacious marble bathroom as well as a generously sized business desk.

For the first two months, all guests staying at the hotel will be given the opportunity to get “Absolutely Shanghaied” with a beverage of their choice in the hotel’s glamorous bar as well as complimentary breakfast and broadband internet. Special opening room rates start at RMB1700.

Comments (7)

  1. irene says:

    Sounds fabulous a taste of old shanghai in luxury – shanghai has quick become a fashionable and trendy shopping and entertainment city and this will provide a great place to rest and relax from the city buzz.

  2. John says:

    Just what I need. DVD player, WiFi, TV. Oh, hang on I’ve got that at home, why do I need to go to Shanghai?

  3. Paul Johnson says:

    I’m going to hazard a guess that you don’t have the Shanghai Art Gallery, Shanghai Grand Theatre, Xintiandi and Yuyuan Garden all on your doorstep, John.

    Am I right? :-)

  4. John says:

    LOL, No Paul, but you won’t pick up the WiFi or see the TV from there or one of Shanghai’s restaurants or nightclubs. ;-)

  5. Kendal H says:

    All I can think of is that terrible movie, up the Yangtze.

  6. Jordy Chen says:

    Thanks for the post. I’ll consider to try this if going to Shanghai. I’ll choose “Chuan Residence” for my accommodation. Because I can’t resist Chuan SPA.

  7. Cleo says:

    Up the Yangtze about the dishwasher daughter of a coolie? Since Shanghai is probably an experiential overload, I would want to have a haven in a central location that has everything I need including a kitchenette and a great view in an absolutely nonsmoking building.

Leave a comment

Your actual name, not your online persona, website name, company name or keywords, otherwise your comment won't be published

Please do not advertise and make sure your comment adds value, otherwise we regret that it won't be published. Comments such as "Nice post. Thanks for sharing." do NOT add value to the discussion! Homepage links (not deep links) are allowed in the 'Website' field only - if you would like to advertise, please contact us for details and we will be happy to help.

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a Gravatar.

Our readers also enjoyed these posts…