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Grand Hyatt Shanghai vs Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai

Both Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai and Grand Hyatt Shanghai are rated highly by writers. On balance, Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai ranks significantly better than Grand Hyatt Shanghai. Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai ranks #3 in Shanghai with approval from 12 sources such as The Telegraph, Oyster and Gayot.

Grand Hyatt Shanghai
8 / 10
Jin Mao Tower, No.88 Century Avenue, Pudong New Area, Shanghai 200121
From $152 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Hot Tub
  • Free Internet
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  • Shuttle Bus
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Frommer's
"The Grand Hyatt is no longer the world's tallest hotel... but it's still highly attractive to many travelers." Full review
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Those prone to vertigo would do well to choose another pied-a-terre.
Concierge
"The Grand Hyatt Shanghai takes up the top 34 floors of the monolithic 88-story Jin Mao Tower... so you can imagine the views."
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Request a west-facing room for views of the Bund, the Oriental Pearl Tower, and the rest of the Shanghai skyline's kitschy excess.
Fodor's
"Views, views, views are what this hotel is all about." Full review
Jetsetter
"Sky high pool, nine restaurants and a spa in Shanghai’s second tallest building." Full review
Travel + Leisure
"One of the world’s tallest hotels, this property (which occupies floors 53–87) also has a rooftop bar and an Art Deco–meets–Chinese aesthetic. ." Full review
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Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai
9 / 10
111 Pudong Road (S) Pudong, Shanghai 200120
From $418 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Hot Tub
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Laundry Service
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Star Service
"Located in Lujiazui, Shanghai's evolving financial hub, the Mandarin Oriental is among the more recent luxury openings on this side of the river" Full review
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There are only one-bedroom suites in the hotel tower; guests looking for more space can ask for connecting rooms or upgrade to multibedroom suites in the residential tower.
Time Out
"After a Guangzhou opening earlier this year, luxury hotel brand Mandarin Oriental has this month opened their first Shanghai hotel with a new property in Lujiazui." Full review
BlackBook
"Its got 362 swish, stylish and magnificently appointed rooms. But you'll likely be spending most of your time at its eponymous spa or amidst the dizzying array of epicurean offerings."
Forbes Travel Guide
5 Stars
"As you pull up to the new Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai, one thing is clear — you can successfully create a city hotel that feels like a secluded escape." Full review
Frommer's
"This luxury hotel chain is a latecomer to the Shanghai market, but owners have used the time to size up the competition and open in 2013 with a great attention to detail." Full review
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