Shanghai, China, December 8, 2015 /ChinaNewswire.com/ - AccorHotels, the world’s leading international hotelier, is pleased to announce the opening of Mercure Shanghai Royalton, the 8th property in the group’s midscale Mercure brand to open its door in Greater China. Located in the heart of China’s largest and most vibrant metropolis, Mercure Shanghai Royalton provides guests with globally renowned standards of service and accommodation infused with authentic local touches.
With a host of retail and dining options including the famous Cloud Nine Shopping Mall all within walking distance, and the charming Zhongshan Park nearby, this impressive new hotel is the ideal choice for guests looking to take advantage of all that the city has to offer.
“Mercure Shanghai Royalton is a fantastic addition to the Mercure brand, a global network of hotels that fuses international hotel standards with authentic local culture to provide an unparalleled hotel experience,” said Paul Richardson, Chief Operating Officer, AccorHotels Greater China. “Shanghai is one of the world’s most exciting destinations, and with central location offering the best accommodation, dining experience and meeting facilities in its segment, with the opening of Mercure Shanghai Royalton we will continue to expand our network in the region.”
Mercure Shanghai Royalton features 239 guest rooms and suites, warm, comfortable spaces that come fully equipped with the latest equipments, including free high-speed WiFi and flat-screen LCD TVs. Guest rooms are cozy yet contemporary, providing the perfect space to unwind after a long day spent in meetings or exploring the city. The hotel also features six meeting rooms accommodating up to 200 people, with state-of-the-art conferencing technology and a dedicated professional support team on call to make sure your event is held successfully. Meanwhile, for those who want to unwind at the end of the day, Mercure Shanghai Royalton also features a fully equipped spa and fitness centre where guests can go to let off some steam.
Mercure Shanghai Royalton also provides a wide range of international and local dining options. The hotel’s trendy Lobby Lounge Bar is fully stocked with a host of international beverage options. Fuji Restaurant offers an authentic Japanese dining experience with ingredients imported all the way from Japan, while the unique, cellar-like ambience of the Grand Bodega Spanish Restaurant offers a wide range of traditional Spanish dishes. Meanwhile, R Kitchen, the hotel’s Chinese restaurant, employs some of the best chefs from the local area, cooking up authentic Cantonese and Shanghainese dishes guaranteed to tantalize the taste buds.
Seamlessly incorporating modernity and tradition, Mercure Hotels offer global standards of service and hospitality with a genuinely local experience. With over 750 hotels in 51 countries, no two Mercure hotels are exactly alike, offering a superior midscale hospitality experience that is in perfect harmony with the people and places where the brand is represented. From friendly, fast-track check-in in the stylishly designed and welcoming lobby, to contemporary, fully equipped rooms, delicious international and local dining options and flexible, customized meeting facilities, Mercure Hotels are the perfect way for guests to get the most out of the world’s most exciting destinations.
Mercure is the midscale non-standardized brand of AccorHotels, the world’s leading hotel operator with 3,800 hotels and 180,000 employees in 92 countries. Mercure hotels share common quality standards and are driven by passionate hoteliers. Whether they are located in major city centers, by the seaside or in mountain resorts, each establishment offers an authentic experience for both business and leisure travelers. The Mercure network spans 732 hotels in 55 countries around the globe, represents a real alternative to standardized or independent hotels, and combines the power of an international network with professional and digital expertise. For more information, visit http://www.mercure.com.Source: Accor Greater China