Xintiandi, a modern leisure and entertainment neighborhood in downtown Shanghai, provides an interesting window on the city and the rest of the world, on city’s yesteryears, today and tomorrow. Culturally and historically imbued old homes which are known as Shikunmen and cover an area of nearly 30,000 square meters, have been turned into a hive of activity for diners, shoppers and entertainment and leisure seekers. Beneath the veneer of old bricks and roofs that have been preserved to this day and age are modern amenities. An easy stroll makes you feel you are transported back in time to a Shanghai of the 20’s and 30’s of the last century, but once you step into a door, the ambience of modernity is just overwhelming. Galleries, designer clothing shops, theme eateries, cafés and bars are everywhere. Street shows and trendy activities abound. Xintiandi is Shanghai’s new landmark. It is where tradition and modernity meet, a classy venue for urban slickers.
  • Lane 81, Taicang Road
  • Huangbei South Road Station, Subway Line 1; Xintiandi Station, Subway Line 10; 911/926/42

AKASAKATEI (Xintiandi)

This popular eatery housed in Xintiandi offers flavorful dishes that go well with fine wines. Enjoy your food with traditional Chinese music drifting.


Andaz Shanghai

The first Andaz in Asia is located in Xintiandi—a landmark entertainment area in the heart of downtown Shanghai, internationally acclaimed for its restored Shikumen architecture housing stylish restaurants, bars, and boutiques. Andaz Xintiandi, Shanghai is a short walk to the Metro and the prestigious Middle Huaihai Road, one of Shanghai’s premier shopping areas. The newly constructed 28-storey hotel features 307 spacious guest rooms, including 47 premium rooms and suites with vibrant views over Shanghai and impressive LED lighting where guests can customize the color to suit their mood. Non-alcoholic minibar drinks and snacks, local telephone calls and wireless internet access are complimentary. Andaz Xintiandi, Shanghai offers 11 different event venues, from a Meeting Studio that can seat 14–16 guests to a Ballroom that can cater to up to 300.


Bellagio Cuisine (Xintiandi)

This Taiwanese restaurant offers Taiwan well-prepared Taiwan snacks. Culinary innovations building on China’s regional cuisines come out from time to time. Its deserts, with their richness lingering on the tongue, attract the sweet-toothed.


Enoterra Club

With its eye-catching logo, you can’t miss this small café which adjoins Shanghai’s Xintiandi. At night, its charming lights are on, enticing you to push its door open and go in. Its wine cabinet is well stocked up with fine bottles from around the word. Its menu offers a wide selection of reds, whites and champagnes sourced from different parts of the world.


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