China's biggest city is enjoying another dash of luxury with the opening of the JW Marriott Marquis Shanghai Pudong hotel, located in the dynamic Lujiazui Central business district, along the Huangpu River.
It's designed with business travellers in mind, offering easy access to many of the city's business centres and attractions, as well as the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition and Convention Centre and the city's two airports – although the similarly named Shanghai Pudong Airport is actually further away from the hotel than Shanghai Hongqiao Airport.
The hotel is comprised of 515 guestrooms across 39 floors: each equipped with the latest gadgets such as a 55" Samsung TV, surround sound speakers and a Nespresso coffee machine.
Rooms are accented with marble and wood against a backdrop of cream and white.
Suites start on the Executive level...
... culminating in the grand Presidential Suite.
A heated indoor infinity pool will undoubtedly be a popular place to relax, with the added bonus of views towards the river outside.
Those working on the go can enjoy breakfast and evening drinks in the Executive Lounge, but there are plenty of other dining spaces too.
These include casual eatery The Merchant Kitchen, upscale grill and bar Flint, and Chinese-French fusion restaurant Le Manoir Ling.
The Rooftop Garden has an open kitchen while the JW Garden promises an interactive dining experience with fresh ingredients.
Functions and meetings are accommodated in twelve venues with more than 3,200sqm of floor space, but the king of them all is the Grand Marquis Ballroom, a pillarless space that can take up to 1,800 people in a stand-up reception.
The JW Marriott Marquis Shanghai Pudong is, of course, part of the Marriott Bonvoy loyalty program. Points can be earned and redeemed on all stays.
As a Category 6 hotel, you'd be looking at 50,000 Marriott points per night for a standard room, athough that will vary between 40,000 and 60,000 points when off-peak and peak rates are introduced.