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Hotel Indigo Shanghai May Have The Prettiest Hotel Rooms We've Ever Seen

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  Site Where: 585 Zhongshan East Road , Shanghai, 2 Huangpu , China, 200010
December 3, 2010 at 12:55 PM | by | ()

C'mon. Just look at that. Can you believe it's a hotel room? Well it is and it belongs to the just-opened Hotel Indigo Shanghai on The Bund, a brand-new 184 room hotel in the city's most luxe nabe.

Aside from having such pretty rooms (and with hard wood floors!), furnishings that we covet for own apartment and killer views of the river and the city, the Hotel Indigo Shanghai has a spectacular rooftop space complete with a steakhouse and bar called Char, where the nightlife is sure to go off.

Back down on earth, the hotel also has a fitness center with an indoor swimming pool, a multi-functional restaurant/living room space that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and plenty of places for business travelers to get their work done. They even have something called "Me" sanctuaries to escape in.

But we're still obsessed with the guestrooms and we just have to show you the view from the bathtub!

To die for! No, seriously. If we'd died in this tub with that view, we'd say we lived a good life.

Rates here start at 1580CNY or $237 a night for a king bed old city deluxe. Deluxe rooms with bund river views start at just $267 a night. A premiere room with river views is just under $300 a night. A breakfast buffet is complimentary each day but we're a little concerned about the internet. Typically, it's a brand-standard to offer it for free but the hotel's website makes no mention of complimentary here. We're hoping that it still is.

Want more from Indigo Shanghai, which is actually the first Indigo to open in Asia Pacific? Watch this video for a complete tour, including a snippet of the video they recently played on the side of the hotel.

Archived Comments:

Agreed - a beautiful room

This is indeed a really lovely room with an incredible view!!

Indigo not a brand I've particularly resonated with before, but this is impressive.  Still doesn't quite beat Park Hyatt Shanghai for style though :)

Just looked at their nice website http://www.shanghai.hotelindigo.com/
and mentions a few times that wifi is comp...