Fairmont Peace Hotel, situated in Shanghai, China, is a 'luxurious Art-Deco masterpiece’, brilliantly reinvented for the 21st century where old fashioned glamour sparkles with a new luster. Situated at the famous Bund promenade and the unrivaled shopping area on Nanjing Road, it is the perfect place to explore Shanghai’s spectacular scenery and vibrant lifestyle.This landmark hotel has historically served as a glamorous playground for the elite, where every night was an extravagant gala event and veritable Parisian fashion show. Fairmont Peace Hotel continues to be a sought after venue for meetings, weddings and social events in the city. With the famed Peace Hall meticulously restored to its original grandeur, guests can revive memories of old Shanghai cabarets and gala parties whilst stepping on the iconic sprung-wooden dance floor.While keeping the traditions intact, such as the opulence of the signature Chinese restaurant Dragon Phoenix and the esteemed Jazz Bar, Shanghai's premier destination for jazz, the legendary hotel’s new and contemporary spirit is felt in the elegant Cathay Room and Terrace with spectacular views of Pudong, the refined Jasmine Lounge as well as the Parisian style Victor's Cafe.The Shanghai Luxury hotel offers 270 distinctive guestrooms, including 39 luxurious suites, which blends art-deco-inspired furnishings with modern amenities. Our Fairmont Gold executive floor features private check-in, lounge access, continental breakfast and afternoon canapes. From the exquisite décor to the impeccable service, Fairmont Peace Hotel is an extraordinary hotel in Shanghai and a luxurious lifestyle destination that offers every indulgence.
Peace Hotel is proud to unveil its stunning rooftop events space, one of the
largest and most historic roof terraces on The Bund.
The rooftop is
the ideal area for exclusive occasions from wedding ceremonies to corporate
launches. Following the Fairmont Peace Hotel’s distinctive A-shape design, the eleventh-floor
space has a total area of more than 1,000 square metres, making it suitable for
parties of up to 800 people.
The view is one
of the finest in Shanghai, looking out on three sides over the Huangpu River
and across the water to the incredible skyline of Pudong. The space can be
catered with a full buffet or a cocktail bar, and up to 20 round tables can be
set up, making it ideal for an awe-inspiring wedding or social gathering. Corporate
events can use the rooftop to set themselves against the most iconic sites of
Shanghai —the historic Bund and the futurism of Pudong.
also holds two of the most exclusive private dining rooms in the city. The
Scotland Room is a 25-square-metre space with high ceilings and the traditional
decoration of a British gentleman’s club. It is entirely secluded in the center
of the rooftop and would make a magical location for exclusive events and
beneath it is the 35-square-metre England Room, another hidden space and
certainly one of the most unique private dining areas in Shanghai. Both of
these rooms were originally designed for private dining when the Peace Hotel
first opened its doors and have been named in honour of the British founder of
the hotel, Sir Victor Sassoon.
Adjacent to the
roof terrace is Nine Heavens Hall, which was once used exclusively for Sir
Victor’s private parties. It has been perfectly restored to its original 1920s
glory and offers 270-degree views of the river. Both private dining rooms and
Nine Heavens Hall are available for hire and all three form the perfect
extension of the outdoor roof terrace.
On the hotel's
Mezzanine Level, the Fairmont Peace Hotel has just re-opened the floor's
largest function room, Chun Shen, which is the original name for the Huangpu
River. The 215-square-metre space is flooded with natural light and has been
immaculately designed to complement the Art Deco style of the Fairmont Peace
Hotel, with wood panelling lining the walls and original cast-iron windows that
offer a compelling view of the Bund that will lend any event a sense of excitement
comfortably sits up to 100 people if furnished with round tables and 160 if
laid out as a theatre.
To the west of
Chun Shen on the Mezzanine Level there is the new Thames Room, a magnificent
110-square-metre space overlooking historic Dian Chi Road with additional views
of the Huangpu River. Blending the Fairmont Peace Hotel’s opulent design with
all modern corporate comforts and amenities, the Thames Room sits up to 50
people when furnished with round tables.
function rooms offer cutting-edge audio-visual technology as well as high-speed
and wireless Internet access. A full-service Business Centre provides
comprehensive support for all technical needs.
events and social occasions to high-level meetings, weddings, birthdays or
breath-taking intimate dinners, The Fairmont Peace Hotel boasts the perfect
range of meticulous indoor and outdoor locations, each imbued with the majesty
and history of this legendary destination. Offering exquisite service and basking
in Shanghai’s finest view of the Huangpu River, the hotel remains the city’s
premier venue for conferences, ceremonies and corporate functions.
The Fairmont Peace Hotel is proud to present their 5 signature
restaurants, bars and lounges reviving the iconic hotel’s rich history for fine
dining and entertainment. Holding the Far East’s most legendary hotel address
back in Shanghai’s 1930s ‘Paris of the Orient’ heyday, the hotel was
one of the world’s most prestigious places to dine and socialize. Reviving this
sense of style and sophistication, the 5 venues – Dragon Phoenix, The Cathay Room, Jasmine Lounge, The
Jazz Bar and Victor’s – combine world-renowned
chefs, genre-defining cuisine, exquisite services and spectacular art deco
design to continue the hospitality of this legendary landmark.
Signature Chinese restaurant Dragon Phoenix
is one of the city’s most prestigious venue for impressing guests and business
associates. The superbly cooked regional Chinese cuisines are served under its
timeless heritage interiors with reference to the symbols of the Chinese
Emperor, while the restaurant on the eighth floor overlooks the Huangpu River and the soaring Pudong skyline.
“…both inside and out, it (The building) was a unique symbol of modernity and
luxury in 1930s Shanghai.
It was revolutionary in every way” said Shanghai-based historian, Peter Hibbard
MBE. Back in the day, this was where the
world’s most elite gathered, hence chairs
at the Emperor’s Table were claimed to have seated more celebrities than any
other restaurant in the entire world.
Dragon Phoenix serves a la carte lunch selections
tailored to all guests. Set banquet menus are also available for dinner, paired
with fine teas, wines and Chinese liquors. The
170-seat restaurant offers quintessential
Shanghainese delicacies. In
addition, guests in the restaurant’s four
private rooms – seating 10 to 30 people – can
enjoy custom tailored menus, exclusive butler services and traditional tea
Signature European restaurant The Cathay Room on the ninth floor
serves guests throughout the day in casually elegant surroundings. The inviting
room used to host its founder, Sir Victor Sassoon and his friends for a night
of quality food, wine and company. Guests can peruse the wine list and sample
one of the more than 250 European and New World
labels on offer. The refreshing open-air terrace outside The Cathay Room can
be reserved for exclusive private dinners with customized menus.
Off the lobby is the Jasmine Lounge, which launched the
trend for high tea and tea dances in Shanghai
during the 1930s. An atmospheric spot to enjoy the vibrancy of the heritage
hotel lobby, Jasmine Lounge serves the finest selection of teas from around the
world, with daily afternoon tea delicacies.
The Lounge also offers an envious
collection of Champagnes,
cocktails and Martinis that are served tableside. The daily Guzheng performance
is a classic segue into elegant evenings on the Bund.
Another nightspot is The Jazz Bar, quite simply a Shanghai
institution. Originally designed as an English pub named the Horse & Hound
it was a showcase for the popularity of jazz in the 1930s, and the bar’s
successful jazz bands provided entertainment for many politicians, celebrities,
movie stars and global travelers.
The revamped space is practically a
throwback to the city’s romantic 1930s ‘golden age’. Its timeless cocktails and
legendary jazz make it a not-to-be-missed destination for Shanghai residents and visitors who get into
the swing in the early evening with the world-famous Old Jazz Band, whose six
veteran musicians have been a fixture at the Peace Hotel for decades. The band plays nostalgic dance and swing
tunes from the 1920s and 1930s.
Away from the jazzy beats, feel free to
stop by Victor’s, a gourmet French
patisserie and boulangerie looking out to Nanjing Road and named after the hotel’s
founder Victor Sassoon.
It serves an assortment of fine pastries, artisanal breads and handcrafted