China has opened the world’s highest hotel. Built in a 2,000 feet tall tower. Guests zoom up in the world’s fastest elevators to suites that cost $10,000 a night and are two times higher than the Empire State building.


Shanghai has a new jewel shining in its crown- the J Hotel Shanghai Tower opened on June 19, the J Hotel Shanghai Tower is said to be the highest hotel in the world at 2,000 feet, and it’s apparently two times higher than the Eiffel Tower. The hotel occupies the 86th to 98th floors of the Shanghai Tower along with several other mind-boggling features such as 24-hour personal butler service, an indoor pool, 165 rooms, including 34 suites, and more. Let’s dive right into the images:


The Shanghai Tower is the second-tallest building globally after Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, where the hotel’s seven restaurants, bars enthrall visitors.


The Shanghai Tower is the second-tallest building globally after Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, where the hotel’s seven restaurants, bars enthrall visitors.


J hotel has a massive reception area and is developed by Jin Jiang International, China’s largest state-owned hotel group.


The luxury hotel offers incomparable city views at an altitude only a few structures in the world can afford. Add to this a fully stocked and varied variety of wines at the Centouno restaurant that flaunts a divine wine cellar.


There’s international cuisine at Heavenly Jin, Southern Italian, Mediterranean food at Centouno, Japanese teppanyaki at Kinnjyou Inaka, and Cantonese cuisine at Jin Yan.


The J Hotel also boasts a restaurant nestled in the clouds on the 120th floor of the 632m (2,073ft) Shanghai Tower.


Shown above is the ‘J Suite’ that looks splendid with crystal chandeliers and sauna and costs over 67,000 Yuan ($10,300).


The grand suite offers the best of luxury with luxe interiors, soothing lights, and an all-white neutral palette.


The grand suite is accompanied by a sprawling living room that houses an entertainment center, a desk to work on, and ample comfortable seating.


A suite as grand as the grand suite cannot be one without an equally extravagant bathroom that houses a tub, a dressing table, and a shower cubicle.


The Shanghai suite offers the best of luxury with luxe interiors, soothing lights, and an all-white neutral palette.


The Shanghai suite is accompanied by a sprawling living room that houses an entertainment center, a desk to work on, and ample comfortable seating.


A suite as grand as the Shanghai suite cannot be one without an equally extravagant bathroom that houses a tub, a dressing table, and a shower cubicle.

[J Hotel Shanghai]

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