Try new experiences in the luxury Yu bar in Shanghai

19 Jul
2012

Usually on vacations people are open to all sorts of new challenges and new experiences. These are meant to bring them to a sort of new world, to make them forget about the daily routine, make them become more open and more experienced. So, they try a new summer holiday destination, a new cocktail, perhaps a new style for clothing or eating. Entertainment is also included on the list of new experiences as people may learn a new type of dance, a different game in a park of entertainments and so on.

You can try a total different and new experience if you decide to visit the luxury Yu bar, located at the Marriott Hotel in Shanghai, China, on the banks of the Lupu River, overlooking the Expo 2010 site, on the 28th and 29th floor. The bar was designed by Kokaistudios and completed in 2011.The project was developed by the Greenland Group and managed by the Marriott Group Kokaistudios.

It is a luxury bar that occupies the surface of two levels and is the perfect location for those attracted by sparkling and intimate ambiance at the same time and the beautiful feeling by traveling by boat admiring spectacular views. The design and shape of this bar can offer all these things where the elegance, comfort and best services are present all the time too.

The entrance of Yu bar is surrounded by the dark glass cabinets while the VIP area capture everybody’s attention with its red leather sofas that coma around a stainless steel globe. The design of the bar was inspired by boat and has a U shape covered in thick steel cables where the glass lamps add a particular feature. A staircase takes to an orange room located within a glass pavilion, while at the next level there is the second bar which seems warmer with its white sofas. It is a great place for lounging and for those who want to admire the spectacular views of the river and its surroundings.

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