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On the outside, JW Marriott Shanghai at Tomorrow Square, which was built in 2003, looks like something out of the future — a sleek, shiny tower that rises 935 feet and peaks in a Transformers-like claw. Inside the rooms, nothing feels dated. The technology comes in the form of LCD televisions and iPod docks or iPod speakers, depending on the room category you’ve booked. The rooms don’t boast digital controls or chic coffee makers, but they do provide sweeping views of the city. Look out your window to see leafy People’s Park, thousands of people milling on East Nanjing Road or cars crawling up Yan’an Highway. The view isn’t a tech perk, but it is one of our favorite parts of the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel.