Pullman Shanghai Jing'An rebrands from Grand Mercure Shanghai Central

Following an extensive year-long refurbishment process, the Grand Mercure Shanghai Central has been rebranded to the Pullman Shanghai Jing An. Located just three minutes walk away from the railway station and main metro lines, the Pullman Shanghai Jing An is right smack in the central business district with convenient access to a range of shopping and commercial options. 

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Hotel Entrance | Photo Credit: Pullman Shanghai Jing'An

Hotel Entrance | Photo Credit: Pullman Shanghai Jing'An

The Pullman Shanghai Jing An features 288 guestrooms and suites that have floor-to-ceiling windows and they are all furnished with the latest flat-screen TV, modern bathroom amenities and luxurious bedding. Dining options include Venu, an all-day dining restaurant with an open kitchen concept serving international buffet and a-la-carte menu selection; and a Chinese restaurant featuring 19 stylish private rooms that offers authentic Shanghainese cuisine.

Executive Suite | Photo Credit: Pullman Shanghai Jing'An

Executive Suite | Photo Credit: Pullman Shanghai Jing'An

For meetings, private events and team building activities, the hotel has two ballrooms and five meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 350 guests. Corporate travellers can choose to hold their private meetings at the executive club lounge located on the 27th floor. Leisure facilities include a Fit Lounge which features a fully equipped gym, a 20-metre lap pool, yoga studio and a spa which will be opening in 2017.  

In line with the launch of the Pullman Artist Playground, “The Great Spiritual Pullman" series was specially created for Pullman Shanghai Jing An by Chinese painter Qin Ming. It is the first time that Qin Ming has used modern Gong Bi painting techniques to merge traditional art expression together to create live vivid images for this theme. The inspiration of “The Great Spiritual Pullman” series came from a collection of beautifully crafted Chinese style flower pots and vases. The exhibition will displayed at the hotel lobby from now until February next year.