Shanghai for Business Travellers

Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai creates an efficient experience—starting with a streamlined arrival at the airport.

May 14, 2012
Oriental Pearl Tower, Pudong District and Huangpu River, Shanghai, China
Explore Shanghai and make the most of your business trips with the help of Four Seasons.
Photography Alamy

If business brings you to Shanghai, Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai will help you work at peak performance.

The Hotel is located in the Puxi central business district, providing a quiet refuge in the heart of the bustling metropolis—just minutes from key business headquarters, as well as the best shopping and entertainment.

With the new business travel package, all the expected Four Seasons advantages are enhanced by airport or train station pickup upon arrival and complimentary Internet access.

For first-time time visitors to Shanghai, arriving at the airport, facing an extra-busy environment and language differences, can be a daunting experience. Four Seasons removes all the stress and trouble, giving you a great first impression.

If you’re arriving at Shanghai Pudong International Airport (airport code PVG), you’ll find a Four Seasons representative waiting for you just outside immigration and customs. There’s also a Four Seasons service counter at Pudong Airport Terminal 2, opposite the international exit gates.

For arrivals at Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport (airport code SHA), the airport representative waits in the arrival hall outside the baggage claim area.

Right away, you’ll be escorted to the parking area where a driver is standing ready with a BMW 5 Series sedan. This special Four Seasons service saves at least 30 to 45 minutes that can be spent finding the right gate, locating the taxi stand and lining up for a cab.

Relax in Comfort—All the Way to Your Room

From the car service, you can refresh with chilled bottles of water. You’ll find a leather portfolio case filled with newspapers and magazines, plus a city map and Concierge recommendations. The car’s stereo system can play your own music selections, too, with an easy connection to your iPod or mp3 player.

To the city centre, it’s a 45- to 60-minute drive from Pudong Airport, or 30 to 45 minutes from Hongqiao Airport, travelling on a modern freeway that moves through spectacular sightseeing, introducing you to the dynamic modern China.

Four Seasons staff greet you at the Hotel’s front door and escort you directly to your room, offering express check-in with no need to stop at the front desk. It’s a smooth, seamless arrival, introducing you to a stay that’s entirely customised to your needs and preferences.

The business travel package also includes complimentary Internet during your stay, wired and wireless, available in your room and throughout the Hotel. It’s a great way to enhance your productivity.

You can also take advantage of the many Four Seasons details designed for your needs—from the Business Centre and multilingual Concierge team to the in-room safe suitable for a laptop computer.

Additional Amenities

Keep up your fitness routine in the newly upgraded fitness centre, with new yoga classes and a sunlit indoor pool. Or simply relax in the award-winning Qin the Spa. Enjoy great dining with five Four Seasons venues, including Si Ji Xuan. And there’s always 15-Minute Room Service.

For a nominal fee, you can access the Executive Club, with a wide range of business services offered from the 37th-floor lounge. Even meals are included, with a full breakfast buffet, light refreshments through the day, and evening cocktails and canapés.

Discover all the ways Four Seasons can transform your Shanghai business experience.


Tags:


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

Today's Top 5

Four Seasons Magazine

Formula One, Circuit of the Americas, Austin, Texas

Current Edition

The best of luxury travel, style and culture from thought leaders and tastemakers

Issue 2 2014