Kempinski Takes Over Gran Melia Hotel Shanghai, Pudong

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Shanghai's Gran Meliá Hotel in Pudong is changing hands and is scheduled, we hear from e Travel Blackboard, to become a Kempinski.

Originally opened in February 2010, the hotel was rebranded as Grand Kempinski Hotel Shanghai earlier this month.

Grand Kempinski Hotel Shanghai is located in the Lujiazui financial section of Pudong and has views of the Huangpu River and the Shanghai skyline. 

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There are 678 rooms and suites, each ranging from 462 square feet to 2,600 square feet. The property has four restaurants and three bars, which serve a range of cuisines from Chinese and Italian to Spanish and South American. Executive touch: An Executive Lounge is available and offers exclusive privileges for frequent travelers.

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