Surrounded by shopping areas, cultural hot spots and more, an array of must‑see sights are within a short stroll away. The Sukhothai Shanghai is minutes away from experiencing the city in full. The art of convenience has never been this pronounced.
Just steps away from the vibrant commercial and recreational districts, The Sukhothai Shanghai is the perfect getaway from the glitz and glamour.
A short drive away from The Sukhothai Shanghai, this extensive Chinese garden hides pavillions and ponds that speak of centuries of ancient history.
Shanghai Natural History Museum
Five minutes from the hotel by car or 15 minutes by foot, one of the largest natural history museums in China awaits you with a collection of over 290,000 samples, promining an enriching experience.
The “Darkness Food Street” is minutes away from the hotel by foot, famous for its bustling night market scenes. With a wide selection of local eats and international fare, this is the prime destination for locals and tourists alike.
This traditional Shanghai housing lane steps away from the hotel has been transformed into a modern cultural, gastronomic, shopping and entertainment destination.
A mysterious street hiding a world of delicacies, explore an exciting blend of heritage and modern culture that is walking distance from the hotel.
Jing’an Temple, meaning temple of peace and tranquility, is a famous temple among worshippers of Buddhism. The temple was registered as a national protected site and houses the country‘s largest sitting Buddha statue at 3.8 metres in height.
Xintiandi is an urban tourist attraction rich in historical and cultural legacies. It features a multitude of dining, cultural, recreational, commercial, and residential facilities in the restored Shikumen Houses - a special form of buildings with stone - framed gates only found in Shanghai.
Stretching a mile (1.6km) along the promenade waterfront of Huangpu River, The Bund has been Known as the icon of Shanghai for centuries. With an abundance of colonial-era buildings spread across the promenade, The Bund is also referred to as The Museum of Buildings.
The prime location of The Sukhothai Shanghai gives guests the superior convenience one would expect. Surrounded by Nanjing Road and Shimen Yi Road, the hotel is connected to the metro network line 13 through the HKRI Taikoo Hui and within a short walking distance to line 2 and 12 with easy access to major commercial and entertainment districts, as well as the Pudong International Airport and Hongqiao International Airport.