Jumeirah Himalayas Hotel

An Artistic Haven In Shanghai City

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Located in Shanghai, the city where Eastern tradition and modern influences fuse to provide a vibrant cultural backdrop, the Himalayas Hotel stands as an iconic landmark of this eclectic fusion. Designed by Arata Isozaki, our hotel’s architecture and interiors take inspiration from the cultural essence of China. From the artwork across the hotel's 16-metre-high lobby that tells a 5,000-year-old story to all the modern facilities that lace the bars, restaurants, rooms, and conference halls, every aspect symbolises unity, prosperity and good luck.

We'll make sure your stay is as exciting and vibrant as the city the Jumeirah Himalayas Hotel calls home.

Features at a Glance

  • 403 rooms, including 9 residences, 56 suites and a Chairman Suite
  • Restaurants and all-day dining lobby lounge with cuisine from around the world
  • 5,000 metre-square rooftop infinity garden
  • Signature Spa
  • Life Fitness centre with Kinesis exercise room
  • Best Art Lifestyle Hotel in Shanghai by Hurun Report - 2016
  • Asia’s Leading Hotel by World Travel Awards - 2015
  • China’s Top 10 Most Popular Business Hotels by Golden Pillow Awards - 2015
  • Best Luxury Business Hotel by Shanghai Times - 2015

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As a guest at Jumeirah Himalayas, our policies are designed to enhance your stay and ensure maximum comfort and convenience throughout. Please be aware of the following policies:

  • CHECK-IN: From 15:00
  • CHECK-OUT: Until 12:00 (late check-out available for Sirius members).
  • CHILDREN AND EXTRA BEDS: Children should be under the age of 12 to qualify for this rate when booking. Additional cots can be provided on request.
  • PETS: For the comfort and safety of all guests, pets are not permitted.
  • SMOKING: As per Shanghai ordinances on Smoking Control, smoking is not permitted in any of hotel public places and guest rooms.
  • GUESTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS: We have a number of support services to assist guests with special needs. Please contact our Concierge for more details.
  • CREDIT CARDS: All major credit cards are accepted.

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    Seven Adventures on Your Next Trip to Shanghai

    Shanghai is a wonder of the modern world. Its skies are crowned by skyscrapers, its streets aglow with the bustle of night-markets, and the whole city alive with the stories of its 20 million inhabitants. But sometimes the fast-paced allure of the city can be a little tiring. Luckily, a short distance from Shanghai are enchanting water towns, ancient cities, serene lakes, and rippling forests of bamboo. Here are our favourite seven adventures to have outside Shanghai.

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    A Culinary Journey Through China

    Three of China’s most prominent culinary capitals are Nanjing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou, and each has its own style of cooking. We recently caught up with Chef Foong from Jumeirah Nanjing to talk about modern Chinese cuisine and the best places to eat in China’s expansive culinary capitals.

  • Romance

    Five Wonderfully Romantic things to do in Shanghai

    The metropolis of Shanghai sits by an estuary of the Yangtze River and casts its many colourful lights across the water. A spectacular skyline jumps between low-lying art deco architecture and futuristic skyscrapers. Shanghai is a city forever marching upwards – a hub for luxury shoppers and careerists – where the local residents are known by the rest of China as ‘little capitalists’. And yet, the tall monuments of business notwithstanding, there’s quiet romance to be found amongst the enclosed Buddhist temples, sleepy waterways and Michelin-accredited restaurants. Here’s our selection of the most romantic things to do in Shanghai.

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    Unmissable Cultural Events in China in 2019

    China is a country with a captivating culture spanning millennia. Colourful, exuberant, and utterly magical, it’s a culture that continues to inspire, with thousands of exhibitions, concerts, and festivals being organised every year across its rural towns and urban metropoles.

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Wanderlust

Seven Adventures on Your Next Trip to Shanghai

Shanghai is a wonder of the modern world. Its skies are crowned by skyscrapers, its streets aglow with the bustle of night-markets, and the whole city alive with the stories of its 20 million inhabitants. But sometimes the fast-paced allure of the city can be a little tiring. Luckily, a short distance from Shanghai are enchanting water towns, ancient cities, serene lakes, and rippling forests of bamboo. Here are our favourite seven adventures to have outside Shanghai.

Family

A Culinary Journey Through China

Three of China’s most prominent culinary capitals are Nanjing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou, and each has its own style of cooking. We recently caught up with Chef Foong from Jumeirah Nanjing to talk about modern Chinese cuisine and the best places to eat in China’s expansive culinary capitals.

Romance

Five Wonderfully Romantic things to do in Shanghai

The metropolis of Shanghai sits by an estuary of the Yangtze River and casts its many colourful lights across the water. A spectacular skyline jumps between low-lying art deco architecture and futuristic skyscrapers. Shanghai is a city forever marching upwards – a hub for luxury shoppers and careerists – where the local residents are known by the rest of China as ‘little capitalists’. And yet, the tall monuments of business notwithstanding, there’s quiet romance to be found amongst the enclosed Buddhist temples, sleepy waterways and Michelin-accredited restaurants. Here’s our selection of the most romantic things to do in Shanghai.

Family

Unmissable Cultural Events in China in 2019

China is a country with a captivating culture spanning millennia. Colourful, exuberant, and utterly magical, it’s a culture that continues to inspire, with thousands of exhibitions, concerts, and festivals being organised every year across its rural towns and urban metropoles.

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