Jing An Shangri-La, West Shanghai

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ChainShangri-La Hotels
BrandShangri-La City Hotels
Total Meeting Space4,500 sq. m
Guest Rooms508
1218 Middle Yan'an Road
Jing An Kerry Center on West Nanjing Rd
Shanghai 200040




Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service
  • Luggage Storage
  • Room Service
  • View (Urban)
  • Voicemail Box


  • Extended Stay
  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Gift Shop
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Onsite Security
  • Rental Car Service
  • Space (Outdoor)
  • Wheelchair Accessible

Business Services

  • AV Capabilities
  • Business Center
  • Video Conference
  • VIP Services

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Indoor Pool
  • Spa or Salon

Venue Accessible By

  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi


  • Dance Floor
  • Portable Walls
  • Staging Area

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space4,500 sq. m
Meeting Rooms9
Largest Room1,743 sq. m
Second Largest Room605 sq. m
Space (Outdoor)400 sq. m
Exhibit Space1,100 sq. m
Meeting Rooms
Room Size
Ceiling Height
Room Dimensions
Maximum Capacity
Banquet Rounds
Cocktail Rounds
Jing An Grand Ballroom
1,743sq. m10 m33 mx 53 m16955141060-1695770-
Jing An Grand Ballroom I
568sq. m10 m33 mx 18 m598181370-598272-
Jing An Grand Ballroom II
568sq. m10 m33 mx 17 m553167350-553251-
Jing An Grand Ballroom III
605sq. m10 m33 mx 17 m556168350-556253-
Jing An Grand Ballroom Foyer
505sq. m12 m10 mx 51 m-------
VIP Holding Room
55sq. m3 m10 mx 5 m-------
Roof Garden
538sq. m-31 mx 17 m-------
Lifestyle Suite
273sq. m3 m26 mx 11 m30-30----
Lifestyle Suite Garden
187sq. m-13 mx 15 m40-40----
Magnolia Ballroom
514sq. m4 m13 mx 41 m429130270-429195-
Magnolia Ballroom I
256sq. m4 m13 mx 21 m21565130-21598-
Magnolia Ballroom II
256sq. m4 m13 mx 21 m21565130-21598-
Peony Boardroom
106sq. m3 m10 mx 11 m1717-----
Lotus Chamber
113sq. m4 m15 mx 8 m1083368-10849-
Lily Chamber
61sq. m-8 mx 7 m-------
Pre-function Area
307sq. m3 m25 mx 12 m-------
Break-out Area
90sq. m3 m9 mx 10 m-------
Meeting Lounge
187sq. m3 m15 mx 13 m-------
Wisteria Suite
128sq. m4 m13 mx 10 m20-20----
Osmanthus Suite
139sq. m4 m11 mx 12 m-------
Business Centre
130sq. m3 m13 mx 10 m12-----12

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms508



Local Attractions

Jing An Kerry Centre

Business District
1 minute away
Jing An Kerry Centre creates a stage to celebrate Shanghai’s ever-evolving affluence and aspirations. It is Jing An’s first fully integrated development, offering 450,000 square metres of prime retail, office, residential, hotel and car park space. Situated in the heart of Jing An, it is a high-demand venue for a wide range of events, building a dynamic new brand for this distinctive area of Shanghai.
Nanjing Xi Road
Shanghai, CN

Chairman Mao’s Former Residence

Historical Landmark
1 minute away
The Mao House was the former residence of Chairman Mao Tse Tung during his third visit to Shanghai. In his life time, Chairman Mao made 55 trips to Shanghai. During his stay from the 5 May 1920 till 7 July 1920, it was noted that Chairman Mao made several political contributions from the humble residence along Anyi Road. Apart from playing an integral role in making the “Hunan Self-governance Movement” possible, he also penned several papers from this very apartment. Listed as an official site for “Red Tourism”, The Mao House is protected by the state. Today, the house is a proud component of the Jing An Kerry Centre and is being restored as a museum.
An yi Road
Shanghai, CN

Jing An Temple

Historical Landmark
5 minutes away
The Jing An district takes its name after the iconic Jing An temple. Despite being dwarfed by skyscrapers all around, the Jing An Temple’s awe-inspiring gold-themed architecture holds its ground and commands the respect befitting a heritage site. With its roots dating back to the Song dynasty in 1216, the Jing An temple has over the centuries undergone numerous transformations. The temple houses the largest jade Buddha in China and a copper bell that dates back to the Ming dynasty. In 1921, the temple was expanded, thus further enhancing its grandeur. It was converted into a plastic factory during the Cultural Revolution and the premise was destroyed by a fire but was finally restored to its former glory in 1983 at a cost of US$1 million.
Nanjing Xi Road
Shanghai, CN

Nanjing Road

1 minute away
Nanjing Road is divided into West Nanjing Road and East Nanjing Road. The east end of this stretch has been converted into a “Pedestrian’s Street”. Roads are closed off to vehicles, giving shoppers a matchless shopping experience. Nanjing Road stretches close to 6 km from the Jing An Temple to People’s Square. A total of 4 metro stations along Line 2 serve this shopping stretch. With premium shopping malls and small boutiques where one can haggle for better prices, Nanjing Road has something to offer everyone. Beyond shopping, this street is also home to various grade “A” commercial buildings, luxury hotels and traditional restaurants.
Nanjing Road
Shanghai, CN

Jing An Park

5 minutes away
Developed as a city park in 1954, the Jing An Park is located in the heart of the city. The Jing An Park is likened to an oasis in the midst of an urban jungle. Despite being small, the unassuming park encompasses a water feature, lush greenery and blooming flowers. Visitors can treat themselves to a display of Tai Chi every morning from the elderly park goers who do it as a form of exercise. In another corner, one will also find many bird lovers displaying their song birds with pride; receiving mutual admiration from fellow enthusiast.
Nanjing Xi Road
Shanghai, CN


Historical Landmark
15 minutes away
Known to be one of Shanghai’s famed watering holes in the former French Concession, Xintiandi offers a myriad of lifestyle choices. In the day, shopping malls and a movie theatre keep visitors busy. By night, the district undergoes a transformation as clubs, pubs and bars open to welcome party goers. For those who desire to opt for a quieter affair, coffee houses are also available with alfresco seating.
Taican Road
Shanghai, CN

Shanghai Exhibition Centre

Convention Center
3 minutes away
Beyond the beautiful architecture, the Shanghai Exhibition Centre holds deep historical value and symbolizes the Sino-Soviet friendship of the 1950s to 1960s. Built in accordance to Soviet Neo-classical architectural specifications, the project was a gift from Stalin of the Soviet Union to the People’s Republic of China. To date, the Exhibition Centre retains the Soviet architectural grandeur of the 1950s both on the interior and exterior.
Nanjing Xi Road
Shanghai, CN

Yu Garden (Garden of Contentment)

Historical Landmark
25 minutes away
Constructed during the Ming Dynasty by the then-finance minister of Sichuan, Pan Yun Duan, the garden has survived the rise and fall of dynasties and is now a key relic site under the protection of the state. Spreading over 5 acres, the garden features the grandeur of the Ming Dynasty’s architecture with a hint of Qing Dynasty’s influence. , The beauty of the intricate designs on the buildings and overall façade of the towers are accentuated by the lake in the garden. With lighting installed around the garden, the site undergoes a 180 degrees transformation when the sun sets. The end result is a perfect combination of modernity and tradition. Adjacent to the Garden is a bazaar which by itself is another icon of Shanghai. Here, visitors can treat themselves to local delicacies on top of shopping for tasteful souvenirs. Along with the bazaar is the Yuyuan Old Street, known for being the centre of trade in pre-modern China as well as the “Cheng Huang” Temple, which is as ancient as the garden.
No. 132, Anren Jie
Shanghai, CN


  • Complimentary Parking
  • Paid Parking
  • Valet Parking


The hotel situated right in the heart of the Jing An central business district, the Jing An Shangri-La Hotel will be the focal point of the Jing An Kerry Centre – a new city landmark that encapsulates a lifestyle of affluence and vibrancy. The hotel is 45 min away from Pudong Airport and 20 min away from Hong Qiao Airport. We are only steps away from the Jing An Temple as well as the famous Nanjing Road Shopping street. The 508 Luxurious guest rooms featuring an elegant, contemporary style measuring between 42 and 62 square metres, while 42 suites offer 93 to 311 square metres of living space. The hotel will offer 4,465 square metres of meeting and conference space, including a 1,740 square metres grand ballroom – the largest in West Shanghai. It is complemented by a roof garden and 1,039 square metres of pre-function area. Unique to the hotel is a self-contained Lifestyle Suite with its own courtyard. There will also be a 514 square metres junior ballroom and 6 function rooms totaling 659 square metres. Spectacular city view from the top of the world at the Horizon Club Lounge. An inviting selection of dining opportunities will include a lobby lounge, an all-day café on two levels offering Asian and Western influence (Level 1) and Japanese inspired ala carte menu (Level 2), Summer Palace offering South-Eastern Chinese cuisine (including Hakka & Chaozhou Area) with Cantonese Flair cuisine, a 1515 West Chop House and bar serving Home-aged beef, chops & seafood complemented by American-sized desserts and last but not least a free-standing Courtyard dining outlet offering modern Mediterranean cuisine with an open-air roof top wine bar. For Health & Leisure, we have Chi, The Spa offers a personal sanctuary with holistic treatments based on time honored methods shared by many Asian cultures. It is complemented by a comprehensive Health Club and Swimming pool.


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