Capella Hotel Shanghai

Hotel, Shanghai

Capella Hotel Shanghai - Men's Style Council Place

The first thing you’ll notice, rising above the Capella, is a water tower that once serviced the wealthy residents of this 1930s French-built estate, and now provides the otherwise low-rise hotel with a landmark design feature. The sprawling complex of one- to three-bedroom villas is a shining example of the shikumen architectural style typical of the city, which combines traditional Shanghaian and European elements.

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Rooms are dripping with old glamour, and feature Bose sound systems, marble bathrooms and Acqua di Parma products.