The Shangri-La Qufu is the first five-star hotel to open in the hometown of Confucius and offers easy access to sights associated with the great sage. The hotel, which is close to Yihe Park, boasts fabulous river views and a sumptuous cocktail lounge.
A 15-minute drive from the high-speed train station, a 10-minute walk from the Confucius temple, and an even shorter stroll from Yihe Park, where you can watch locals practising tai chi, the hotel is certainly conveniently positioned – but, in a town centre this small, few hotels aren’t.
Address: 3 Chunqiu Road, Qufu, Shandong, 273100, China.
Style & character
Elegant modern Chinese: the lobby lounge, modelled after a traditional courtyard home with a central tree-filled atrium, sets the tone. In the public spaces, deep red lacquer panels, chandeliers inspired by Chinese lanterns, fresh flowers and exquisite porcelain pieces come together with a sense of harmony of which Confucius himself would be proud.
Service & facilities
Attentive yet discreet, most of the staff here speak English; drivers and English-speaking guides can be arranged for guests.
- Conference Facilities
- Facilities for the Physically Challenged
- Hospitality Lounge
- Non-smoking Rooms
- Parking Facilities
- Safe Deposit Box
- Spa Services
- Wireless Internet in Public Areas
- Complimentary Shoeshine Service
- Express Check-in and Check-out
- IT Butler
- Laundry & Valet Service
- Postal / Courier Service
Meetings & Events
Home to the city’s largest five-star conference and meeting space, Shangri-La Hotel, Qufu, boasts more than 3,889 sqm of elegant function rooms. These includes the city’s largest ballroom, which can accommodate up to 1,250 guests.
- Qilu Grand Ballroom (1,600 sqm, maximum 1,250 guests)
- Thinking and Learning Garden (251 sqm)
- 15 banquet / meeting rooms
- Ample Pre-Function Area with outdoor terrace
Understated luxury – think marble bathrooms, mountains of pillows, leather upholstery and fresh fruit – combines here with local touches such as classical ink-brush paintings. The vista from the river view deluxe rooms takes in the curved rooftops of the old city’s temples.
Food & drink
A gastronomic adventure awaits at the first stop – Café Kong. With its diverse buffet selections and impressive a la carte menu, it is where authentic Asian, Western and local favourites are presented in an open, theatre-style kitchen.
In between meals, sip fine wines and beverages at the sophisticated Streaming Bar while you enjoy great music throughout the evening.
Immerse into authentic Chinese cuisine at the signature Shang Palace where a divine Cantonese menu is coupled with a variety of “Lu” and “Kong” dishes.
The Grain House serves up seasonal dishes in a casual setting. Complemented by signatures and weekly specials, it is a popular choice for get-togethers with family and friends.
Relish any part of your day with a beverage and finger food amid the stylish surroundings of Lobby Lounge.
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