In line with the Shanghai City Government’s Non-Smoking Policy, smoking will be prohibited at all Shanghai hotels, effective March 1, 2017.

Radisson Blu Hotel Shanghai Hong Quan

Nearby Attractions


Grab your backpacks and kids and head to Shanghai Disneyland for the day! This new attraction is easy to get to from the Radisson Blu Hotel Shanghai Hong Quan, thanks to our location near Metro Line 11. Feeling the need for speed? The city's famous F1 circuit is also easily accessible via Line 11. If you only have an hour or two between meetings, head to MeiChaun Road for a meal or the Global Harbor for shopping. Additional landmarks like Shanghai Zhenru Temple and Jade Buddha Temple are less than 10 kilometers from our setting in the Putuo District.

Nearby attractions:

  • MeiChuan Road - 3 km 
    Discover fine dining opportunities at this popular pedestrian street that is within walking distance of the hotel.
  • Zhongshan Park - 6 km 
    This park is just a short taxi or metro ride from the hotel and offers a tranquil area in the Changning District for an afternoon walk.
  • Jade Buddha Temple - 7 km 
    A lovely yellow structure with stunning halls and courtyards with hanging lanterns, this temple is known for its two jade Buddhas that date back to the 1800s. 
  • Jing'an Temple - 7 km 
    Take the metro to Jing’an Temple to tour the magnificent halls and courtyards; be sure to look for the 3.8-meter jade Buddha and the 6.2-meter goddess statue.
  • People's Square - 11 km 
    Escape work and see some of the city’s best attractions, such as the Shanghai Museum, at People’s Square.
  • Xintiandi - 11 km 
    Attracting Shanghai’s affluent crowd, Xintiandi is a car-free shopping area that also boasts restaurants, cafes and nightlife options.
  • The Bund - 13 km 
    Enjoy a stroll or a delicious meal at a nearby restaurant while watching others meander along this scenic walkway that hugs the western banks of the Huangpu River. 
  • Oriental Pearl Tower - 15 km 
    One of the tallest TV and radio towers in the world and famous for its unique addition to the Shanghai skyline, the Oriental Pearl Tower offers restaurants, a museum, a theater and shops.
  • Shanghai International Circuit - 23 km 
    Built in 2004 to host the country’s first Formula One race, the track is located in the Jiading District.