The accommodation overlooks 10,000 m² of beautiful gardens and is spread across three unique buildings, the historical Cathay Building (built in 1929), the lavish mid-1930s suite-only Grosvenor House and the modern Cathay Garden executive wing. 103 of the 208 executive rooms are garden-view rooms. The hotel, with its many facets, flavours and features, is a reminder of how a truly 'grand' hotel should be.
With one of the best locations in Shanghai, the hotel is conveniently situated close to Huaihai Road, the 'Champs-Élysées' of Shanghai.
The rooms offers an average area of 28 m². They come equipped with modern facilities, such as over 60 different cable TV channels, broadband Internet access and a separate bathtub and shower. Smoking is allowed on the 1st and 2nd floors, while the 3rd to 5th floors are non-smoking.
The hotel features sauna,massage and GYM.
The 'Fortune Palace' (Cathay Building) is a combination of a multifunctional banquet hall and private banquet rooms - all decorated in international themes. Featuring carved teak panelling, museum-quality vintage European ceiling lamps and exquisite teak floors, the Fortune Palace's ambience takes diners on a journey to a finer era of unstinting quality and opulence.
Satellite cable TV
Iron and board