The past, present and future.
A symbol of both old world and new, Hotel Indigo Shanghai sits along the south end of the Bund on the Huangpu River. In what seems a contrast to over-the-top Chinese hotels, and yet a perfect complement to the neighborhood’s distinct Chinese culture.
Walking through the lobby, you’re struck with a sharp local awareness: the rusty shipyard metal installations, a retired rickshaw, murals of a 15th century garden. A fusion of traditional Chinese culture, contemporary Asian art and local industry—all at once a reflection of The Bund, a dockside architectural mash-up of classic and contemporary Chinese and Victorian influences. All floors of this hotel offer spectacular skyline views of old China, new China and the bustling streets, markets and river barges below.
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