The Hengshan Hotel was established in 1936 as the Picardie Apartments and today is known as a French Concession classic. Offering reasonable rates, a low-key location, large rooms with high ceilings and more than a hint of Shanghai history, the Hengshan is a great base from which to explore the former Concession and its abundance of tourist-friendly bars, restaurants and boutiques. With a nearby metro stop and a steady stream of cabs, getting to Xujiahui, Xintiandi, People's Square and the Bund only takes a half hour or so, making this hotel a truly great location.
Rooms and suites in this hotel are all decorated with a European flare, elegant and polished, and come with all the standard amenities for a modern-day guest. Each room is provided with high-speed Internet access and most rooms have a fantastic view.
Hengshan has multiple different dining options that guests can choose from. The two main hotel restaurants offer Chinese, Western, and Japanese cuisine for guests to enjoy. For guests who are not as hungry, the cafe and bar and lounge are available to socialize over a drink or guests should visit the bakery to see what's baking.
The business center is can easily attend to all the needs of any business guest. Along with the center, meeting and conference rooms are available to use and furnished with the standard amenities.
Guests in this Shanghai hotel can relax by getting a massage or heading to the steamy sauna. For something a little more active, they can play a game of ping pong or use the fitness facilities.