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Marriott opens Renaissance Shanghai Caohejing

Marriott International has celebrated the opening of the 383-room Renaissance Shanghai Caohejing Hotel in Shanghai, centrally located in the Caohejing New Technology Development Zone and offering a retreat for business travellers in the heart of the neighborhood.

The recently opened Renaissance Shanghai Caohejing.

The hotel boasts easy access to the nearby Hongqiao business district and the shopping and dining hub of Xujiahui. The hotel is also conveniently located near the Hongqiao Transportation Hub and Shanghai International Airport.

We are delighted to partner with Shanghai Caohejing Park Huagang Properties Ltd on this new Renaissance Hotel,” said Simon Cooper, president and managing director Marriott International, Asia. “The opening of the Renaissance Shanghai Caohejing cements our position as the dominant player in Shanghai, representing our 19th hotel in this vibrant city,” he said. “It also demonstrates our confidence in the strength of the Renaissance brand, which continues to grow in China.”

The Renaissance Shanghai Caohejing offers 383 deluxe rooms, club rooms and suites, including the Presidential Suite. Rooms are stylishly warm and vibrant and packed full of five-star amenities and technology: fully-wired and equipped to accommodate both business and leisure guests.The area’s first international hotel, the Renaissance balances a mix of traditional Chinese décor fused with a contemporary Western feel. The hotel’s chic and spacious interiors with elevated ceilings and expansive windows provide plenty of natural light and a relaxing, spacious environment.

The hotel offers four destination restaurants with a variety of international cusine.

With 14 meeting room options of varying sizesincluding a divisible, pillar free 570 square metre grand ballroom, the hotel offers the setting for meetings and special events in the area.

Four destination restaurants and the hotel lounge deliver the best in local and international cuisine from quick snacks and leisurely afternoons to gatherings and fine dining. Wanli, the hotel’s signature Chinese fine-dining restaurant, offers Cantonese and Shanghainese delicacies, while its ten private dining rooms (seating of up to 20 guests) boasts East-meets-West features of modern design entwined with local history and elements of fengshui.

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