Beat Post-Holiday blues at Four Seasons Shanghai
Going back to daily routines after Christmas and New Year holidays, some might experience tiredness, difficulty concentrating, or lack of interest in activities. Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai shares five tips for travellers to cope with the post-holiday blues.
1. New 15-Minute Room Service
Being efficient is essential in a post-holiday trip. Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai has just launched 15-Minute Room Service, providing fast and freshly-made delicious meals with Shanghai tastes and ingredients. Chicken congee with tea or coffee, wok-fried noodles with Asian ingredients and much more are now available in minutes.
2. Post-Holiday Meetings Made Easy
No need to worry if an afternoon meeting goes late: Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai offers the Meet and Dine package to finish off a long meeting by indulging in a lavish dinner experience in any of the Hotel’s restaurants. From CNY 690.00 per person plus 15 percent service charge, guests can enjoy meeting and dinner options included Chinese specialties at Si Ji Xuan, Japanese delicacies at Shintaro, international gourmet choices at Café Studio or the American-style menu at Steak House.
3. Recovery Through TCM -Enhanced Spa
Unlike other spas, the award-winning Qin The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai offers Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) enhanced treatments that relieve common post-holiday issues such as tiredness, troubled sleep, stress, indigestion and water retention. Each treatment begins with body point stimulation through acupuncture, followed by a winter body wrap and a massage to build body energy. A TCM doctor will meet guests and provide nutrition and lifestyle advice and suggest herbal medicine therapies.
4. Yoga with the City’s Masters
Yoga helps inner awareness of body and mind through breath work, deep twisting and active stretching. The fitness centre at Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai has launched intensive yoga classes coached by the city’s masters. Whether it’s early morning movement, lunch time exercise or after-work practice, the rolling workshop and class schedule accommodates travellers’ limited time in the city.
5. Plan Ahead with the Hotel’s Concierge
Western holidays are over, but Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations are still to come. Nestled in the heart of bustling Puxi downtown, Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai is minutes away from shopping, dining and entertaining attractions. Travellers can take advantage of the Hotel Concierge’s insightful recommendations and avoid missing concerts at Shanghai Grand Theatre, stage performances at Oriental Art Centre, newly opened fine dining restaurants, or the new acrobatics extravaganza at Shanghai Gong Stage near the Bund.