Sheraton hotel to open in Shanghai, China

The new 345-room Sheraton Jiading Hotel is set to open in Shanghai, China, later this month.

Sheraton Shanghai Jiading, China
Sheraton Shanghai Jiading, China

The Shanghai Jiading Hotel is home to 21 event spaces spanning 3,200sqm, including a 1,050sqm grand ballroom for gala dinners.

Located 12 miles north-west of the city centre, the property is close to a shopping centre and karaoke bar, while the hotel itself has a fitness centre, indoor swimming pool and six bars and restaurants, serving a mix of international and Chinese cuisine.

Facilities include high-speed wi-fi, LCD flat screens, video conferencing services, on-site catering and A/V technicians. 

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