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DoubleTree by Hilton Shanghai Nanxiang

( ) 2020-06-24
DoubleTree by Hilton Shanghai Nanxiang

DoubleTree by Hilton Shanghai Nanxiang is in the ancient town of Nanxiang, Jiading, Shanghai. [Photo/Official WeChat account: Nanxiang2000]

DoubleTree by Hilton Shanghai Nanxiang, which opened to the public in 2018 and is operated by Hilton Group, is in the ancient town of Nanxiang, Jiading, Shanghai.

It enjoys a pleasant environment and convenient transport, and neighbors Jiading Industrial Zone, Shanghai International Automobile City and Shanghai International Circuit. It is about 30 minutes' drive from Shanghai National Exhibition and Convention Center and Hongqiao International Airport.

The hotel is surrounded by rich cultural and tourism resources, such as Guyi Garden, one of the most famous gardens in East China, and Nanxiang Ancient Town, which boasts a history of more than 1,000 years.

DoubleTree by Hilton Shanghai Nanxiang offers 313 luxury guest rooms ranging from standard rooms to premium suites, three featured restaurants, 12 well-equipped multifunction halls, a 750-square-meter pillarless banquet hall, a 24-hour fitness center and an indoor swimming pool. Free Wi-Fi connection is available even in public areas.

The three featured restaurants serve traditional Chinese meals, a fusion of global flavors, and a variety of Western and Eastern favorites.

The hotel's lobby bar is an ideal place for business and entertainment, and offers afternoon tea, exquisite desserts and many kinds of drinks. The hotel also houses a 1,300-sq-m indoor banquet hall, offering guests a suitable place for wedding ceremonies, business meetings and social gatherings.

Address: 789 Chaxi Rd, Nanxiang Town, Jiading district, Shanghai

Hotline: +86-21-39925888

Post code: 201802

Official website: (CN) (EN)



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