Marriott International’s premium Delta Hotels brand debuted in China, crowning a year of significant growth for the company.
Delta Hotels by Marriott Shanghai Baoshan is located close to downtown Shanghai in the city’s waterfront Baoshan district, only five minutes from the Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal.
Boasting a striking Georgian-inspired façade, the distinctive hotel is a welcomed addition to the stylish, up-and-coming area.
The 339 elegantly appointed guestrooms feature high ceilings, large flat-screen TVs, in-room coffeemakers and premium bath amenities.
Dining options range from casual American-style fare at the Lotus all-day dining restaurant to specialty dishes at The Kitchen and sophisticated fine dining at TRU, the hotel’s authentic Cantonese restaurant. Fresh-baked pastries and drinks are also available at the Lobby Lounge.
“Delta Hotels is a premium brand with a clear brand ethos of ‘Simple Made Perfect.’ The Delta Hotels by Marriott Shanghai Boshan delivers on this promise by providing a full complement of streamlined services in a simple, straightforward way. The hotel delivers key essentials in a manner that makes travel seamless and always enjoyable for our guests,” said Mike Fulkerson, vice president, brand and marketing, Asia Pacific, Marriott International.
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