New Asia Hotel Shanghai was constructed in 1934. The hotel is a European-style hotel. It was once the largest hotel in the Far East and has been a landmark of downtown Shanghai for the past 70 years. and managed by Chinese. The hotel was renovated in 2007, retaining its original look, but improving its facilities and changing its interior decoration.
Situated close to The Bund, the New Asia Hotel is only a 10-minute walk from the 'First Street of China', Nanjing Road, and 15 minutes by taxi to the Yuyuan Garden. A 45-minute taxi ride takes you to Pudong international Airport.
New Asia Hotel Shanghai is made up of 321 elegant guest-rooms, each equipped with satellite TV channels from home and abroad plus high speed Internet access. The hotel also has a variety of facilities and services that are sure to meet the needs of both business and leisure travelers.
Three main restaurants in the hotel serve a mix of cuisine. The White Clouds Hall provides Cantonese food, the Sea Clouds Hall serves Shanghai styles, and the French Restaurant serves "western" food.
New Asia Hotel Shanghai has a post office, a ticket reservation office, a billiards room, a sauna, a dancing hall, karaoke, and a gymnasium. The business center is equipped with fax, printer, photocopying, and access to various meeting rooms.
Front Desk and Room Services are available 24 hours a day, and the New Asia Hotel's restaurants offer a variety of delicious cuisines.
Opened 1934. Renovated in 2007.