A few days after we landed in the stunning city of Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang, we went on a 2-hour 30-minute bus ride to Shanghai, the largest city in China by population and the second-most densely populated city in the world.
That’s why when we were scheduled to visit The Bund, a highly-recommended attraction that’s a fitting fusion of both worlds, I for one, can’t wait for it to actually, happen.
It was already nighttime when we arrived at The Bund Hotel located along Guangdong Road in the Huangpu District. The hotel lighting, for instance, added a splash of elegance to the exterior which was of course more of a necessity rather than of sheer opulence.
The Bund Hotel at night
Hallway at The Bund Hotel in Shanghai
Welcome to our room!
Our assigned room at The Bund Hotel in Shanghai
Tutapel’s Customary Pose at The Bund Hotel in Shanghai
The Bund Hotel offered appetizing Breakfast spreads that fused both Western and Chinese dishes. Our palates appreciated the food choices, textures, and tastes in this hotel rather than the menu made available in our hotel in Hangzhou which overflowed in unfamiliar spices and veggie dishes.
Brekkie Plate # 1:
Aside from good food, The Bund Hotel staff proved friendly and accommodating to the extent of suggesting new places to visit and hot spots to check out.
The Bund Hotel
Address: 525 Guangdong Rd, Huangpu Qu
Shanghai Shi, China 200001
Phone Number: +86 21 6352 2000