Summit Property Development, one of the largest privately-owned development companies in the Yangtze River Delta, has created The Longemont Hotel Group. The Summit Property Group currently operates properties including offices, apartments, and hotels. The company moves into the hotel market ith the rebranding of the Regent Shanghai to The Longemont Shanghai.
As a new name in hospitality, the 53-storey Longemont Shanghai is a five star hotel with 511 deluxe rooms and suites from 42 to 115 sqm including 419 deluxe and premium rooms measuring from 42 to 45 sqm (that is the size of a smallish house) and 6 executive suites at 115 sqm which is very large indeed.
All rooms and suites feature 42-inch screen plasma TVs and iPod docking stations. And there are great city views from all these rooms.
There is to- be-expected array of superb restaurants lus the largest ballroom in Shanghai’s Puxi District which caters for events up to 1,200 people. There are an additional nine function rooms and a boardroom that caters for up to 20 people. This, then, is definitely a MICE — meetings, incientives, conferences, entertainment — hotel.
Take it for granted there is a health centre with a 30-meter indoor heated swimming pool, gym, two outdoor tennis courts and this will shortly be joined by a spa.