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Parallel to its sister hotel in Beijing’s exclusive Chaoyang District, Park Hyatt Shanghai is meant to emit the aura of a sophisticated, modern Chinese residence as part of its design style. Staff members will sing the praises of interior designer Tony Chi, who has attained a godlike status among them. Dark wood and hues of gray, cream and chocolate brown fill the sleek, Zen-like Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel. The simple yet warm design of the hotel follows through in every layer and is an inherent part of the property’s identity from beginning to end — from the layout created specifically for the Shanghai World Financial Center to the bone-colored contemporary Chinese porcelain figurines ushering you into the lobby on the 87th floor with a smile and a bow. Everything is simple yet purposeful.