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The Bund & North Bund

On the west bank of the Huangpu River, The Bund is Shanghai’s colonial core. In the early 20th century, this was Asia’s most important financial district, and it attracted foreign investors from Europe and North America. It houses a rich landscape of historic buildings, trendy street cafés and boutique hotels.

The Bund strikes a perfect contrast to the modern heights of Pudong, which looms squarely on the opposite bank of the river. Accommodation near The Bund enjoys the most enviable location in Shanghai, offering access to the best sightseeing, dining and walking in the city.

The sites on the waterfront are bundled together, and a leisurely stroll is the best way to enjoy them. Customs House and the former British Consulate are favorite attractions, joined by the Peace Hotel, several monuments and the Bund History Museum.

Travelers can walk to the southern end of the embankment, marked by Signal Tower, for the best selection in dining and shopping. Hong Qi Xiang Fabric Market is here, along with up-market bars, art galleries a lively café culture.

Many of the hotels on The Bund are housed in heritage buildings. Some of them were in the charter group of hotels to open here and remain some of the finest in the city. The majority of guests are here for pleasure, whether it’s a weekend escape or a month-long holiday. The big, international hotels still offer comprehensive business services.

The Bund has enjoyed a thriving international atmosphere for over a century, and it’s still a gateway to the consulate district. Most consulates are short distance west, but the Russian, Luxembourgian and Uzbekistani consulates are right here on the Bund.
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Featured Hotels in The Bund & North Bund, Shanghai

Riverview Hotel on the Bund

Area: The Bund & North Bund

looks classy, clean rooms, nice view.
Tan, Singapore July 22, 2014
Fairmont Peace Hotel

Area: The Bund & North Bund

Waldorf Astoria Shanghai On the Bund

Area: The Bund & North Bund

Big room, good location, friendly staff.
Lim, Singapore March 23, 2014
Hyatt on the Bund

Area: The Bund & North Bund

Baron Business Bund Hotel

Area: The Bund & North Bund

Good location, clean room, value for money.
Michael, Indonesia July 26, 2014
Oriental Bund Hotel

Area: The Bund & North Bund

Taxi departing Hotel, Front Door,Not Looking Back.
Antony, United Kingdom August 7, 2014
The Westin Bund Center Shanghai Hotel

Area: The Bund & North Bund

Gordon, Singapore July 23, 2014
Ocean Hotel

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Sunrise on the Bund Hotel

Area: The Bund & North Bund

Location wise, price wise, room smaller.
Shannon, Malaysia July 21, 2014
The Seagull on the Bund Hotel

Area: The Bund & North Bund

Location - Confort - Good value price.
Eric, France August 6, 2014
Astor House Hotel

Area: The Bund & North Bund

Location, staff and the hotel itself.
Lorna, United Kingdom August 11, 2014
Sheraton Shanghai Hongkou Hotel

Area: The Bund & North Bund

nice pool big room world class porter.
Ebrahim, South Africa May 18, 2014
Ibis Shanghai Yu Garden Hotel

Area: The Bund & North Bund

Clean, New and Good customer service.
Lisa, Malaysia July 10, 2014
Elegance Bund Hotel

Area: The Bund & North Bund

Very near to The Bund just walk 3 min.
Teriyani, Indonesia August 5, 2014
Broadway Mansions Hotel

Area: The Bund & North Bund

Bund location, comfy beds, nice view of the river.
Alannah, Australia July 26, 2014

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