Regal International East Asia Hotel
Xuhui District, Shanghai, China
The 5th ICEM will be held at the 5-star Regal International East Asia Hotel.
The Regal International (Fuhau Huanqiu Dongya Fandian) is located in Xuhui District, the attractive former French Concession. The hotel is set amidst the Shanghai International Tennis Centre and is located on the exclusive Hengshan Road, a short 5-minute stroll from Xujiahui Commercial Centre.
Convenient to Shanghai transportation hubs, the Regal is just a 20-minute drive from Hongqiao International Airport and within easy reach of downtown Shanghai both by taxi and subway (the Metro is within easy walking distance).
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Shanghai has two airports; Shanghai Pudong International Airport and Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport.
Pudong Airport mainly serves international flights, while Hongqiao Airport mainly serves domestic and regional flights.
Taxi – The Regal International East Asia Hotel is a 45 minute drive from Shanghai Pudong International Airport and a 20-minute drive from Hongqiao International Airport.
Metro / Subway- Regal International East Asia is steps away from Hengshan Road Subway Station (Line 1).
The 5-star Regal International is an outstanding option for ICEM guests to rest their heads at night, socialize with other delegates and make the most of their ICEM attendance.
The hotel features state-of-the-art facilities and amenities, including Chinese and Western restaurants, a gym, golf simulator, bowling alley, indoor swimming pool as well as indoor and outdoor tennis courts.
The hotel is located just a short 5-minute stroll from Xujiahui Commercial Centre and there are plenty of other hotel options nearby. We encourage you to use standard accommodation travel sites to explore and evaluate the hotel options.
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