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The beds at Grand Hyatt Shanghai are so cushy, you’ll have to work hard to keep yourself from diving in the moment you arrive (especially if you’re suffering from jetlag). If you wait until turndown, though, you’ll be rewarded with a handful of little touches. As part of Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Grand Hyatt Shanghai’s turndown service, a member of the housekeeping staff will dim your lights and leave out plush slippers for you. He or she will also set out a fruit plate, providing a welcome snack for hungry tourists or those just back from business meetings. If you have a child under 12, the turndown service includes a teddy bear. Depending on what type of room you’re staying in, turndown service may also include putting out wine or chocolates.