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Radisson Blu Hotel Shanghai New World

Things to Do in and Around Xintiandi


STAY CLOSE TO THE TOP SHANGHAI ATTRACTIONS

Ready for an adventure? The Radisson Blu hotel’s prime location on Nanjing Road places you near the best things to do in Shanghai. From powerful exhibits at the Shanghai Museum to vibrant performances at the Grand Theatre, the city’s culture is on display just steps from the hotel. To escape the bustle of the city, take a stroll along the Bund waterfront, tour the tranquil trails of Yu Garden or enjoy a quiet dinner in the Xintiandi district.

Shopping and entertainment:

  • New World City - connected to hotel
    This massive 12-story mall offers hours of fun, from shopping and dining to entertainment like cinemas and a wax museum. Be sure to hunt for the deals — this mall is known for its reasonable prices.
  • Nanjing Road - adjacent to hotel
    Stretching from the Bund to People’s Park, Nanjing Road is one of the most popular shopping destinations in the world and offers countless stores within walking distance of the hotel.
  • The Bund - 20-min walk (2 km)
    Whether you want to take a boat ride on the Huangpu River or a leisurely stroll along the waterfront, you can unwind in the peaceful setting of one of the city’s most popular attractions.
  • Huaihai Road - 5-min drive (2.5 km)
    After you’ve browsed the nearby stores on Nanjing Road, take a taxi to Huaihai Road and explore its array of upscale boutiques and restaurants.
  • Xintiandi - 10-min drive (3.5 km)
    Escape the Shanghai traffic by visiting this pedestrian-only entertainment district that includes romantic cafes, eclectic bookstores and exciting nightlife.
Cultural sites:
 
  • Shanghai Grand Theatre - 10-min walk (1 km)
    Since 1998, the Grand Theatre has been Shanghai’s venue of choice for world-class ballet, opera and symphony performances.
  • Shanghai Museum - 10-min walk (1.4 km)
    With an impressive collection of more than 140,000 pieces of art—some of them almost 3,000 years old—the Shanghai Museum offers a glimpse into China’s long history and rich culture.
  • Yu Garden - 10-min drive (3 km)
    Nestled next to the City God Temple, this five-acre garden offers a serene retreat from the activity in the city. Be sure to find the Jade Rock, a stone that’s famous for its dozens of interconnecting holes.