Proximity to Xintiandi's restaurants combines with in-house spa treatments and free breakfast at the Intercontinental Shanghai Ruijin. The Intercontinental is known as the former hub of Shanghai's Communist Party and has hosted historic VIP guests such as Chairman Mao Zedong. Today, the nine-story Intercontinental has 238 rooms that all boast premium cable channels, coffeemakers and work desks. Complimentary breakfast is served each morning, and later in the day you'll find French and Chinese cuisine in the two in-house restaurants, plus a lobby lounge and room service. In addition to an indoor pool, the hotel offers an on-site spa and a fitness room. The Intercontinental is two miles south of People's Square in the center of Shanghai, and a half-mile south of Huaihai Road. Artsy Tianzifang is less than a 15-minute stroll away. Bustling Xintiandi is less than one mile away. Shanghai Hongquiao International Airport is nine miles west of the hotel. Guests stay stress-free with an indoor pool, on-site dining and a historic past at the Intercontinental Shanghai Ruijin.
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