Best of Shanghai Awards 2015: The winners

See all the winners from our Best of Shanghai awards

On December 1, Time Out Shanghai unveiled the winners of our Best of Shanghai Awards, celebrating the very best of the city. From food and drinks to art and shopping, the awards celebrated the best venues, events and people that made our city so great in 2015.

Each fiercely contested category includes a Time Out editors' pick and a Readers' Choice award, voted for by you, our readers. See the full list of winners by category below.
Time Out's editors and readers pick the best restaurants, across the cuisines, to have opened in Shanghai between January-November 2015

Winner

Xixi Bistro

Xixi Bistro

With new eateries opening every week in Shanghai, this is always a hotly contested category, but Xixi Bistro really stood out. Opened in the summer, this beautifully executed, wonderfully cosy Italian-Chinese fusion restaurant on Wuyuan Lu is now regularly booked out weeks in advance. And it’s hardly a surprise that word has spread about their delicious range of dishes such as jiaozi with pumpkin and ragu fillings, deep fried camembert and slow-cooked pork ribs with herb-rubbed potatoes. It's an innovative, high quality (and very welcome) addition to Shanghai’s dining scene. 


Readers' Choice

"Wishbone"
Since opening with plenty of buzz in early April, Wishbone have been packing their tiny dining room with hungry, roast chicken fiends. And for good reason: the chicken here really is fingerlicking good, and makes for a meal worth the hype. They've been so successful that they've already expanded to Xuhui, and we wouldn't be surprised if more branches are to follow. Read more
Sample the best of Shanghai's food scene at the city's best Chinese restaurants as awarded at Time Out's Best of Shanghai Awards

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Don’t be put off by the slightly staid, sometimes too-quiet atmosphere at Fu He Hui, the food here is some of the most creative and tastiest in the city. 

Run by the same people behind legendary Shanghai eateries Fu1039, Fu1088 and Fu1015, Fu He Hui’s elegant vegetarian fine dining concept draws upon owner Fang Yuan’s Buddhist background, but this is a significant class above the average templeside veggie- friendly restaurant. The food here is simply masterful. Read more

Readers' Choice

"Holy Cow"
Holy Cow’s simple, stylish space makes for a relaxed atmosphere and a great spot to hunker down in for some warming hotpot. ‘A hotpot restaurant with a healthy difference’, Holy Cow uses hand-cut, never frozen beef from Dalian yellow cattle, in contrast to the vast majority of hotpots around town who often use machine-sliced, frozen meats. Read more
Find out who has picked up the award for Time Out's Best international restaurant in Shanghai for 2015

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Picking up this award for the second year running is Paul Pairet’s superlative ‘hidden’ multi-sensual restaurant. The visuals, soundtracks, smells and general ambience are incredible, but even if you strip away all of that and the playful ‘secret location’ narrative, Ultraviolet is still serving easily some of the most impressive cuisine in the city. Yes it’s exceptionally expensive, but a dinner at Ultraviolet isn’t just a meal, it’s an unforgettable experience. Read more

Readers' Choice

"mercato"
Mercato is one of our favourite spots in the city thanks to Jean-Georges Vongerichten's playful takes on Italian classics and a price structure that doesn't break the bank - despite being on The Bund. Mercato may have an upmarket address, but the atmosphere is relaxed and the food, including one of the city's best pizzas, is simply delicious. Read more
The best Asian restaurants in Shanghai, as awarded at the Time Out Best of Shanghai Awards

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"chi-q-crop"CHI-Q

Trendy reboots of traditional Asian cuisines tend to attract plaudits and vitriol in equal measures, but CHI-Q delivers on all fronts. Conceived by Jean Georges Vongerichten’s Korean-born wife Marja, this excellent eatery marries the traditional flavours of her birth country with a modern Korean restaurant, offering the same authenticity of flavour as Shanghai Korean staples such as Benjia, but packaged with the kind of ambience you expect beside The Bund. Read more

Readers' Choice

Five Star Hainanese Chicken Rice

If you’re going to award yourself five stars and only focus on one dish in your restaurant’s name, you better do it well. Fortunately, this small Jingan spot lives up to its name. Read more
Find indulgent Champagne-fuelled Sundays in Shanghai's best hotel brunches, as awarded by our Best of Shanghai Awards 2015.
 

Winner

waldorfWaldorf Astoria on The Bund

There are some fantastic luxurious hotel brunches in Shanghai, but no one does it better than the Waldorf Astoria on The Bund. The Waldorf Astoria’s brunch is the perfect mix of class and indulgence. The glamourous tone is set in the Long Bar as you start with freshly-shucked oysters and Champagne. The fun continues in the Grand Brasserie with a plentiful buffet of seafood, meats and desserts, in addition to dishes from the special a la carte brunch menu. Top class. Read more

Readers' Choice

"Brunch-with-Vue-crop"VUE Restaurant, Hyatt on the Bund Hotel

Having scooped the Editors' award last year, Hyatt on the Bund’s outstanding brunch at VUE wins again in 2015 - this time by way of your votes.

It’s admittedly not cheap, but the relatively intimate atmosphere, the stunning views across the city and a set up that features a string of small cooking stations ensuring that all of your food (bar a few desserts and salads) is made fresh to order, make VUE’s free-flow Champagne brunch a hugely impressive affair. It’s a special occasion brunch, and it feels like it. Read more 
The best non-hotel brunching options as chosen by our editors and you

Winner

"Mr & Mrs Bund"
MMB’s offering just edges out the rest of a crowded field in our best brunch book. The light and breezy makeover of the Bund-side dining room earlier this year was followed by the introduction of weekend brunch. And what an introduction this was. Offering dishes such as eggs and caviar and chicken vol-au- vent plus items from their a la carte menu, it’s the place to while away the weekend. Read more.

Readers' choice

There were plenty of eyebrows raised when London-founded Cantonese chain Hakkasan entered Shanghai, but their Bund- side dim sum brunch has proved a huge hit with the dining public.
Eat out on a budget at the city's top cheap eat restaurants as awarded by the Time Out Best of Shanghai Awards

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"Dongbei Dumpling King (crop)"Yang's Fry Dumplings

If you’re going to eat dumplings in Shanghai (and you really should), you have to try the crispy bottomed, pork-filled packages of tastiness that are shengjian. And if you’re going to eat shengjian, you really have to go to Yang’s Fry Dumplings. Xiao Yang’s (as it’s affectionately known around town) is a true Shanghai dining icon and deservedly so – their dumplings are quick, easy, deliciously satisfying and, still after many years, delightfully affordable. A Shanghai staple. Read more


Readers’ Choice

"Brothers-kebab"

Brothers Kebab

Picking up the Readers' Choice award in this category for the second year running, this purveyor of reasonably-priced, tasty kebabs has expanded across the city in the past 12 months, adding new branches and, it seems, new fans throughout Shanghai. Read more
Where to find Shanghai's best coffee, snacks and cool spaces to relax in or get some work done for a few hours with Time Out's award winning best cafes

Winner

Cafe on AirCafe on Air

Combining chic design, great coffee and sweet treats, Cafe on Air is one of our favourite new spots to hang out. Walk down Lane 650 away from the busy Huaihai Lu, turn right and head towards the large, unmarked door. Within you’ll find a haven for caffeine addicts and laptop warriors, who congregate daily to enjoy this pleasant sanctuary. Quality coffees, delicious sweet treats (try the German apple pie and the cheesecake) and a relaxed atmosphere make it hard to leave. Read more

Readers' choice

"coffee-cup-crop"Sumerian

This laidback Jingan spot, which made our Editors' Award shortlist as well, picked up the lion's share of your votes thanks to an unwavering commitment to coffee. It's proved immensely popular since opening and is a worthy winner of your Readers' Choice award. Read more
The top restaurant or cafe in Shanghai with quality business lunch sets, as chosen by you our readers and the Time Out Shanghai editors

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This classy bakery spin-off from the Wagas group is taking home the Best Business Lunch award, but we highly recommend it at any time of the day. Their tasty range of breads and pastries make for perfect take away items for those on the go, while the more substantial mains  the more substantial mains, not to mention quality coffees and healthy juices, keep us coming back to eat in too. That, plus bright, open interiors, make Baker & Spice’s branches a great choice for a casual business meeting. See all branches here

Readers' choice

This bistro bar chain takes home the Readers’ Choice award thanks to their mixture of international comfort foods, efficient service and a relaxed yet business-like atmosphere. See all branches here

Time Out awards Shanghai's best chefs and food personalities pushing the city's food scene forward

Winner

"Willy-Trullas-crop"Willy Trullas Moreno

The man behind Shanghai favourites ElEfante, Tomatito, El Coctel, El Ocho, Bikini and, of course, El Willy, Willy Trullas Moreno is one of the few chefs in the city who most residents refer to by their first name only (or prefixed with his trademark ‘El’). One of the most creative chefs in town, Trullas Moreno picked up this very award last year as well, but his friendly, exuberant and permanently positive nature is, frankly, impossible to overlook when it comes to this category. Read more

Readers' Choice

"Bina Yu"Bichna Yu of CHI-Q

We’re not sure we’ve ever seen CHI-Q’s head chef without a smile on her face; she’s irrepressibly friendly and gracious when circling the tables at her Korean eatery and we're delighted that she's picked up the Readers' Choice award in this category - it's thoroughly deserved.

Who really shook up the Shanghai bar scene in 2015? Our winners are...

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GlamGlam

The closure of M on the Bund’s Glamour Bar last year was emotionally declared as the end of an era by many long-term Shanghai residents, thanks to the venue’s history as one of the first high-end spots to set up shop on The Bund. But now a new era has begun, and with some panache too. Quality cocktails, delicious food and an atmosphere familiar to anyone who set foot in its predecessor, Glam is a more than worthy successor and our favourite new bar for 2015. Read more

Readers' Choice

the nestThe Nest

We raved about this Rockbund-based venue when it first opened and it was shortlisted for our Editors' Award this year - while it may have narrowly missed out on the nod for that, the swanky lounge takes the Readers' Choice Award thanks to its combination of relaxed elegance and excellent drinks. Read more
The best spots in Shanghai for watching the big games, hanging out with friends and sipping beers

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The Camel is so dedicated to ensuring you don’t miss a single moment of sport that they even have a screen embedded in the urinal in their Puxi branch. Name your big sporting occasion and they’ll be showing it on one of their huge, clear screens dotted throughout their venues. But we also admire their dedication to more obscure games – if a TV station somewhere in the world is showing it, The Camel will always obligingly screen it for you, making it Shanghai’s go-to bar for live sport. Read more

Readers' choice

Besides a nice selection of hand-crafted beers, this laidback chain is a popular spot for watching big sporting events with large TV screens dotted throughout their two original locations. It's regularly packed out for major sporting events, and unsurprisingly therefore won the popular vote. Read more

Time Out's top bars and pubs in the city for pints of Shanghai's best brewed ales, beers and ciders

Winner

"The-Brew-cropped"The BREW

It may not be the cheapest of the microbrewery pubs in Shanghai, but The BREW certainly serves the tastiest beers. Their IPA – also available in bottles at the Jingan Kerry Hotel – is easily one of the best brews in the city, while their seasonal specials also make for some superb sippers. Better yet, the Kerry Pudong-set venue is far removed from the average hotel bar in terms of atmosphere, and feels like a standalone venue with a relaxed, yet classy, sports bar vibe. Hard to beat.. Read more

Readers' choice

"Boxing-cat-mike-brews"Boxing Cat Brewery

Another of our favourite microbreweries in Shanghai, Boxing Cat Brewery scooped the majority of your votes thank to some excellent beers, tasty food and a chilled out environment that always makes it a great spot for a pint. Read more
Drink the creations of Shanghai's best bartenders with Time Out's favourite cocktail makers and mixologists 

Winner

Aaron FederAaron Feder, Candor

Over the past few years Aaron Feder has gained a loyal following at popular drinking haunts including El Ocho and Heyday. His huge passion for well-crafted drinks makes being a bar-fly in his establishments a lot of fun and he's had a great year mixing and stirring some of the best drinks in the city. Now, having recently opened his own bar, Candor on Shaanxi Nan Lu, we really get to see what Feder is capable of – watch out for his takes on old and new school cocktails, as well as his reinventions of cocktails he considers to be ‘bullshit’. Read more

Readers' Choice

"yao-Lu"Yao Lu, Union Trading Company

A great bartender can transform a bar. Never has this rung truer than with Yao Lu at Union Trading Company. His style is embracing and welcoming and his drinks creative and delicious. 
EDM, Bund rooftops, tables, bottles, extravagant performers and more in Time Out's best mainstream Shanghai clubs

Winner

"Bar-Rouge-Terrace2"Bar Rouge

Nightlife venues may come and go in Shanghai, but this Bund-side stalwart remains unbeatable for the high-end clubber thanks to its mix of spectacular views and French elegance with a popular house soundtrack. For the past 11 years (yes, 11), Bar Rouge has been the place to see and be seen for the beautiful people in Shanghai, whether it’s admiring the vistas out on the venue’s renowned terrace or watching their cocktail masters set the central bar on fire. Read more

Readers' Choice

"Mint-party-crop"

M1NT

Shanghai’s other major name in swanky clubbing, M1NT continues to be a popular go-to for many in the city, and the tower-top venue takes our Readers’ Choice Award for 2015 - the second year in a row. Read more
Time Out's best clubs home to anything alternative and electronic in Shanghai

Winner

"black-white-crop"The Shelter

Shanghai’s favourite bomb shelter-based club had a major refit this year, switching up the layout of the main dancefloor, bar and DJ booth area. But the venue hasn’t lost any of its soul and has continued to pull in some excellent, boundary-pushing bookings. As they approach their eighth anniversary, the venue continues to mix the best in forward-thinking international artists, while providing a space for locally-based collectives to showcase their talents. Read more

Readers' Choice

"Le Baron"Le Baron

This fancy pants Parisian import has gone down an absolute storm in Shanghai. Renowned for one of the pickiest door policies in the city, Le Baron's air of exclusivity has only heightened its appeal, while a series of big name bookings and local DJs have ensured a lively atmosphere for those who have made it past the bouncers. 
Shanghai's best music festival, as awarded by Time Out Shanghai editors

Winner

Even having half of their headlining act cancel (Black Star’s Mos Def decided not to get on the plane) couldn’t stop Echo Park from being one of the best festivals Shanghai has seen in years. Organisers Split Works brought a varied, interesting line-up that mixed current international acts with Chinese bands and DJs – and blended it all with a laidback, family-friendly community vibe across the site. A model for how alternative festivals could, and should, be done in China. Read more

Readers’ Choice 

This bombastic EDM festival pulled out all the stops this year with a massive line-up filling up their sci-fi-inspired stages, and steamrollered the competition for your vote. Read more.
The top venues for rocking out to the best Shanghai gigs

Winner

It might not have the sound and lighting sophistication of Qianshuiwan Creative Arts Centre, or be able to operate on the same scale as MAO Livehouse, but when Yuyintang is rocking, it can’t be beat. It remains the go-to venue for the majority of local bands and musicians, and continues to host regular international touring acts across a multitude of genres – all while maintaining a strong community feel and friendly, personable atmosphere. Read more


Readers' choice

Shanghai doesn’t want for retro-themed bars, but in Heyday, a slick new addition to the Taian/Xingguo crossroads, the city has a new ‘old-timey’ lounge worthy of attention. The bar is pitched as a ‘vintage live jazz bar’, but this isn’t a live music venue with drinks as an afterthought, rather it’s a fully-fledged cocktail lounge with a live soundtrack. The two elements combined to give Heyday a clear majority when it came to your votes in this category - a more than worthy winner and a great addition to the city. Read more
From classical concert halls to large scale music arenas, Time Out's editors award the best performance venues in the city

Winner

""Shanghai Symphony Hall

The Shanghai Symphony Orchestra Hall on Fuxing Lu is quite simply a phenomenal venue. Not only does it boast state of the art acoustics, but the programming this year has been absolutely outstanding. They’ve hosted international classical luminaries such as Leon Fleisher and Charles Dutoit, screened Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey with a live orchestra and brought experimental artists such as Julia Holter and Steve Reich to town. Superb. Read more

Readers’ Choice 

Once again, the Pudong ‘UFO’ proved a popular choice in our online vote courtesy of its state-of-the-art facilities and a consistent stream of top class concerts, sporting events and more. This year alone has seen them host Taylor Swift (three times), Katy Perry, the NBA China Games and lots, lots more. Read more
The best art museum that brings impressive art exhibitions 

Winner

Opened earlier this year, the Shanghai Centre of Photography is the latest addition to the burgeoning art district developing beside the Huangpu in southern Xuhui district. Located near the Yuz and Long Museums, the SCôP is headed up by internationally renowned, Pulitzer Prize- winning photographer HS Liu and is China’s first ever public museum dedicated solely to the art of photography. It may have only been open a few months, but it’s already impressed..

Readers' choice

China’s first state-run contemporary art museum is often seen as Shanghai’s answer to London’s Tate Modern, thanks to a focus on modern art and an impressive industrial setting. The venue deservedly picked up the majority of your votes in this category.
Time Out's best spaces in the city to see the best of Shanghai's rapidly developing modern art scene.

Winner

ararioArario

After running two branches in Korea (Seoul and Cheongnan) since 2002 and a third in Beijing since 2005, Arario Gallery opted to move their China branch to Shanghai last summer, reflecting the gallery owner’s awareness of the city’s rising reputation in the art world. Through a string of interesting modern art shows, featuring works from a host of international and Chinese artists, Arario has brought a fresh outlook to the Shanghai scene. A welcome addition to the city. Read more

Readers' Choice

"ShanghART"ShanghART

One of Shanghai’s first galleries dedicated to exhibiting work by up and coming contemporary Chinese artists, ShanghART was named as one of the 75 most influential international galleries by Thames and Hudson publishers and displays a wide range of sculpture, painting, photography and multimedia. ShanghART represents over forty artists, and has also exhibited foreign artists such as installation artists Isaac Julien and Nobyoshi Araki. Read more
From boutique massage venues, to possibly the only people in the city able to make hair removal cool, Time Out award Shanghai's best spa and beauty venues

Winner

subconscious

Subconscious Day Spa 

Over the past year, Subconscious Day Spa has introduced several new therapies and treatments to their already stella list of options, and opened a shiny new spa on Zunyi Lu in Changning district. We love Subconscious for its affordable indulgence, its clean, chic centres, and its always-friendly staff. From massages to manicures, muscle therapies to facials, you will always leave Subconscious feeling rejuvenated and refreshed.

Readers' Choice

Part of the Ministry of Waxing, Strip & Browhaus’ cheeky, playful approach to hair removal at their stylish and comfortable salons is showing no signs of waning popularity. And rightfully so.

Discover the top places to get your sweat on at the top gyms, fitness studios and work out venues in Shanghai, as awarded at Time Out's Best of Shanghai Awards

Winner

"Spin-shanghai-front"MySoul Yoga & Pilates

MySoul offers a broad range of yoga classes in its two Shanghai venues, both of which are decked out with calming decor and plentiful chill-out areas. Try hot yoga, aerial yoga and more at various levels, from beginners’ classes right up to ery advanced. The changing rooms are clean and fully kitted out with everything you need, classes are taught in a wide range of languages, and there is plenty of support here from fellow yogis to help you on your yoga journey. Read more

Readers' Choice

"Kerry-Sports-Gym"Kerry Sports

Also one of Time Out's Best Gyms in Shanghai, this outstanding space beside Century Park picked up the majority of your votes thanks to its stunning facilities and dedicated service. Read more
Discover our favourite Shanghai shop openings in 2015 in the the winners of Time Out's Best of Shanghai Awards - Best new shop category

Winner

"Jing Republic"Jing Republic

Attempting to shoehorn a flower shop, a coffee bar, a restaurant and a homewares store into one space could have been a disaster, but somehow the new Jing Republic on Fenyang Lu manages to mix all of these elements together with aplomb. Jing Republic has always been one of our favourite spots to pick up some unique, stylish home accessories and knick- knacks, but now we get to stay for dinner too thanks to the delicious menu at JR Recipe. A fantastic new opening. Read more


Readers’ Choice 

Madame ShanghaiMadame Shanghai

Being tucked away on the second floor of a nondescript Xiangyang Nan Lu building didn’t stop this excellent designer boutique from scooping the majority of your votes. Read more
The best shopping mall, outlet or designer village in Shanghai

Winner

An ‘art mall’ may sound like something of a contradiction in terms, but in a city as shopping- obsessed as Shanghai, we’re in favour of any initiative that encourages the city’s citizens to do more than just buy, buy, buy. K11 therefore trumps Subconscious Day Spa Shanghai’s myriad malls thanks to quirky elements such as its gardens and live farm animals, plus its programme of art exhibitions, which has showcased emerging artists as well as brought works of international renown to town.

Readers' choice

The IAPM mall proves to be a luxury one-stop shop, with an endless list of fashion’s biggest names all taking up slots here, including Stella McCartney, the two Alexanders - McQueen and Wang, Chloé, Maje, Balmain and Michael Kors. Although we still occasionally pine for the former Xiangyang Lu Market that this slick mall replaced, there’s little debating that the iAPM delivers a vastly superior shopping experience - and it's your Readers' Choice for 2015.
Time Out's best Shanghai designer category celebrates Shanghai's top fashion talent in 2015

Winner

Long one of our favourite local labels, menswear specialist threeSociety really upped their game in 2015 under the leadership of New York-trained designer George Chen. The brand unveiled some eminently stylish new lines, opened new stores in Nanjing and Beijing and participated in the Capsule Show in New York. Little wonder then that it’s not just the city’s menfolk taking an interest in this growing label – Chen reports an increasing number of female customers too.

Readers' Choice

Chris O’Brien and Deanna Wong are the brains behind the Shanghai-based clothing brand that’s creating a casual East/West fusion. They have produced a range of T-shirts and jumpers that cast a playful eye over English-Chinese culture. Think along the lines of 'DON'T GIVE A 事', or patterns of overlapping striped circles used to depict tumbling waves in traditional Chinese paintings. Smoothly combining a hipster trend with elements of traditional Chinese culture, we think it's a great addition to Shanghai's design world - and clearly you did too, handing them the Readers' Choice award for 2015. Read more. 
Time Out's Best of Shanghai Award winners for the most luxurious hotels to stay at in Shanghai

Winner

Standing out in Shanghai’s crowded hotel market can be difficult, especially in an area as glitzy as Xintiandi, but time and time again The Langham wows us as a simply superb destination. The ambience strikes a perfect balance between contemporary and old world charm and the service is exemplary. Even if you’re not staying here, there’s still plenty to love, from their exceptional afternoon tea (easily one of the best in the city) to their always- impressive terrace bar. Read more.

Readers’ Choice 

A prime Bund location and detail-obsessive decor, not to mention some excellent food and drink options are key to this hotel’s success and have helped make it your winner for 2015. Read more.
The best hotel suitable for business in Shanghai

Winner

Located smack bang on top of Tangqiao metro station and conveniently close to Pudong International Airport, the former Expo site and the Lujiazui financial hub and with The Bund and Nanjing Dong Lu easily accessible as well, this sleek hotel overlooking the Huangpu is an excellent destination for business travellers. Add in some high quality facilities and F&B options, and it’s not surprising to find that it’s a popular spot with local residents as well. Read more.

Readers' choice

Also shortlisted for our Editors’ Award, this long-running hotel with one of the most entertaining brunches in town (think live music and acrobats), was your choice for 2015. Read more
Time Out editors and readers award the best boutique Shanghai hotels that are full of character for a charming stay in the city

Winner

"Grand-Roomcrop"The PuLi Hotel & Spa

The world of hotel PR speak can often be filled with hyperbole and misnomers, but when The PuLi classes itself as an ‘urban retreat’ it really hits the nail on the head. Hidden in plain view in the heart of Jingan district’s bustling commercial centre, The PuLi really does afford city-weary visitors an oasis of luxurious calm. The atmosphere is sustained throughout, from the lobby and outstanding spa, to the food and drink outlets, beautiful terrace and, crucially, the guest rooms. Read more


Readers' Choice

"bund-suite-crop"The Waterhouse at South Bund

It might look like an abandoned warehouse from the outside, but inside The Waterhouse is one of the city’s finest, most stylish hotels and home to the excellent Table No. 1 restaurant to boot.. Read more
Time Out's top hotels outside of central Shanghai that make for a perfect getaway from the city

Winner

Crowne Plaza Harbour City

Sometimes it can seem like you have to travel for hours to truly get a feeling of getting out of the city, but we love that the Crowne Plaza Harbour City feels like a world away from the centre of town, but is still accessible via the metro. Located on a purpose-built island on Dishui Lake toward the southern end of Line 16, the hotel was designed by the same architecture firm behind the Burj Al Arab and features all you could possibly want for a weekend away from Shanghai’s hustle and bustle. Read more

Readers' Choice

For our Readers’ Choice getaway, you voted for Andaman Moganshan’s range of luxury stand-alone apartments nestled in the bamboo forests of Moganshan. A tranquil retreat.
Top choice for serviced apartments in Shanghai

Winner

Fraser Suites Top Glory

With outstanding service and state-of-the-art facilities, Fraser Suites Top Glory is one of the swankiest, and yet homely, serviced apartment complexes in the city. Located in Lujiazui, the complex features tennis courts, a swimming pool, a 24-hour gym, private gardens and fantastic kids’ club to complement their quality dining options and, of course, supremely comfortable rooms with all the creature comforts you’d expect from a top-class luxury residence.

Readers' choice

With its range of different residences, including duplexes, penthouses and three bedroom flats, plus design from architect Philip Liao, Stanford Residences was your clear choice. Read more
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