Shangri-La Office Tower is located in Binjiang Road overlooking the Jin River. The luxurious Shangri-La hotel sits adjacent to the Class A office tower, making these twin towers a prominent landmark in Chengdu.
Shangri-La office tower commands stunning views of the Jin River (Jin Jiang) and Chengdu's Tang Dynasty Hejiang Pavilion.
The building is the China headquarters of Chevron, along with many international fortune 500 companies including Qatar Airways, Bentley, HSBC and Intel. Servcorp Shangri-La Centre directly provides solutions to DFS, Etihad Airways, NetApp, VMware and Disney HK.
Conveniently located just 8 minutes’ walk from the line 2 subway station, the complex also offers ample parking and is just a 30-minute drive to Shuangliu International Airport. For visitors to Chengdu Servcorp Shangri-la, Chengdu’s largest shopping mall is 2km away at Chunxi Road and TaiKoo Li and worth a visit.
30 mins by taxi from Shuangliu International Airport.
10 mins walk to Metro Line 2
Bus stops on Bin Jiang Rd are less than 2 minutes’ walk.
Shangri-La Office tower and Shangri-La Hotel are landmark buildings overlooking the Jin River across the road from the Hejiang Pavilion. The mother rivers of Chengdu are proudly represented on the front of the building symbolising wealth and good fortune. Shangri-La Hotel offers numerous dining options to suit most any taste and offers convenient luxury for those visiting the commercial tower on business. The lively and well-known JiuYanQiao bar street is just across the river, via the pavilion and a must visit for anyone visiting on business and staying for the weekend.
Within 5 minutes walking distance
• Lan Kwai Fong Chengdu
• JiuYanQiao Bar Street.
• Hejiang Pavilion
• Shangri-La Hotel
• Lang Bridge Restaurant
• TaiKoo Li
• Sichuan University
• Hai Di Lao Hot-pot Restaurant
• Chi Spa
• Shui Jing Fang Museum
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