Billed as Shanghai's first urban resort, the PuLi is decidedly Asian in feel and style—but don't expect an ornate decor or Buddha statues in every corner. Instead the modern, Zen-like property is a quiet refuge from the bustling streets of the Jing'An business district, with serene, sophisticated spaces (like the double-height library lounge and dramatic lobby-length bar), understated service, spa-like rooms, and views of the adjacent park—even from the bathtubs. The beautiful Sunday brunch overflows with gourmet twists on Chinese and international delights and has become a must for locals, but the pièce de résistance is the Anantara spa with tea-inspired treatments.
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