Elegant terrace cocktail bar in Shanghai

La Terrazza

Perched on the roof of the Hotel, and offering an Italian style, La Terrazza treats guests to a dazzling panorama of Shanghai’s unforgettable skyline. Inspired by the resorts of the Riviera, it is an urban oasis featuring teak decking, ivory-cushioned armchairs and curtained cabanas for a discreet escape. Candle-lit lanterns and exotic flora add an enchanting ambience to the unobstructed views of Shanghai, giving guests the feeling of being on holiday as they behold the city from this elegant aerie.

 

Location: 48th floor, main hotel. Take elevator to 47th floor.


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