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Similar to the rest of Park Hyatt Shanghai, the locker room at Water’s Edge, Shanghai breathes simplicity, with a color palette limited to the clearness of the floor-to-ceiling windows and the blond-wood lockers. The locker room overlooks rows of the up-and-coming residential houses in Shanghai’s Pudong district, which 10 years ago was farmland. The tiled floor uses the same mosaic design as the one bordering the infinity pool, with an opalescent color scheme resembling glowing fish scales. Lockers open up with a key on a signature Tiffany sterling silver horseshoe key chain. The two vanities in the locker room are stocked with an array of Water’s Edge products such as hair spray gel and lens cleansers, along with Nivea energizing face spray and cushy toner pads.
The wooden pool deck doubles as the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star spa’s coed relaxation lounge. You might think that the stunning 66-foot-long infinity pool would be a noisy backdrop, but it’s a peaceful spot. Sit in the tan padded wooden chairs and play a game of checkers or just relax on the loungers that overlook the Shanghai cityscape.