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Thursday, March 26, 2015

URBN Hotel Shanghai special Weekend Retreat Package


Shanghai’s award-winning eco-boutique hotel URBN Hotel Shanghai is offering a special Weekend Retreat Package from now until 31 May 2015. URBN invites guests to discover unique experiences in one of Shanghai’s most authentic neighborhoods, with special extras including complimentary massages, a delicious weekend brunch and a welcome gift bag.

Guests enjoying the URBN Weekend Retreat Package can take advantage of the boutique hotel’s superb location on a quiet, tree-lined street in Jing’an District. From this unique vantage, they are well placed to experience local neighborhood life and discover the abundance of trendy independent bars, cafes and boutiques in the surrounding lanes. Offering the best of both worlds, the hotel is also just steps away from the commercial heart of Jing’an CBD and Shanghai’s hippest art and shopping scenes.

The perfect weekend at URBN Hotel Shanghai begins with an easy check in at reception where guests are handed a Welcome URBN tote bag inclusive of a bottle of wine and a variety of cookies made in-house. After settling in, guests can enjoy a leisurely Saturday or Sunday brunch for two. URBN’s Beergrdn gastro pub features an open kitchen and outdoor garden marquee in the walled courtyard that is ideal for relaxing on sunny Spring mornings.

Guests can then head out to explore the lively local culture, while photography enthusiasts will find plenty of inspiration in the colourful street scenery. It’s a pleasant stroll along tree-shaded lanes to Jing’an Temple, Wuding dining and bar street and the luxury brand-name shopping of Nanjing West Road. The hotel is also located just a 15 minute walk from Jing’an Temple Metro Station, offering easy train connections all across Shanghai.

At the end of a busy day of sightseeing and shopping, guests can return to the peaceful courtyard of URBN Hotel Shanghai, where they can relax with a craft beer at beergrdn or work out at the 24-hour URBN-fit gym. Helping guests fully unwind, the package also includes a complimentary traditional Chinese massage for two at Dragonfly, a famous Shanghai spa located right next door to the hotel.

The Weekend Retreat Package is priced at RMB1,380+ per night, including a complimentary welcome gift bag, Chinese massage for two, URBN brunch for two (reservation necessary) and room upgrade subject to availability. The package is valid for a minimum two-night stay on Friday, Saturday or Sunday night with guaranteed booking. For enquiries and reservations, please contact

Distances and Access:
  • 5 mins walk to Jing’an Temple Metro Station
  • 10 mins drive to People’s Square
  • 35 mins drive to Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport
  • 50 mins drive to Shanghai Pudong International Airport

Local Area Highlights
  • Walking distance to major shopping malls: Jing’an Kerry Centre, Shanghai Centre, Reel Mall
  • M50 art district
  • Wuding Lu and Yanping Road drinking streets
  • Jade Buddha Temple
  • Shanghai Exhibition Center
  • MoCA Shanghai – Museum of Contemporary Art

About URBN Hotels
URBN Hotels are unique and differentiated, not only by design but by each location’s unique brand story and dedication to the environment and inherent sustainable business approach. Cachet Hotel Group approaches each potential URBN property with the goal of identifying opportunities to transform the space into an individualistic URBN brand product employing innovative, functional and green design techniques that will respond to the needs of the community and instill a distinct neighborly feeling. URBN brand will expand beyond URBN Shanghai Hotel across China and Southeast Asia, as managed and franchised boutique hotels and villa resorts.

About Cachet Hotel Group
Cachet Hotel Group (CHG) is a Hong Kong-based hotel development and management company. CHG’s mission is to be the most innovative and socially responsible hospitality company in Asia. With numerous projects under development, CHG is focused on establishing properties in Greater China, Southeast Asia, Northeast Asia and the United States.

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