The Hunt for the Best Hot Springs in Shanghai



Hot Springs in Shanghai are beautiful and relaxing, visit them, they are waiting for you.

All working expats who need some short breaks to relax and recover so you would be in top form for upcoming duties or if you just need to warm up your body during cold winter, here is a short list of top hot springs in Shanghai:  


Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort has received a lot of international attention for its imaginative design. It has over hundred natural spring pools that are surrounded by private villa complexes, and with the main hotel placed in its centre. One of these pools is interesting because it is filled with red vine.


Lushan resort is placed in beautiful natural surroundings with picturesque hills and spectacular Lushan waterfalls. Thus it is no surprise that Lushan National Park is a UNESCO Heritage site since 1996 with Mount Lushan placed in its centre. It has eight outdoor hot springs for guests to relax, but there is also a spa with a variety of healthy and rejuvenating treatments.


The five-star Yushui Hot Spring Hotel is located in hidden and a huge bamboo forest covered with 52 outdoor pools and a spa that offers a variety of healthy treatments such as Swedish massage and detox health sessions. When you are finished with soaking up, you can take a walk through the bamboo forest or around beautiful Tianmu Lake.


Rudong Resort offers a variety of services to their customers, which makes it unique in whole China. There are nine hot spring baths with 100% natural water of varying temperatures. The resort also has a Turkish-style hammam bath house and spa treatment rooms, an expansive golf course and is said to be popular with bird-watchers too. 


It is believed that Tangshan thermal waters have been exclusively used by Chinese royalty during ancient times. While enjoying hot springs, you can also visit Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum or go cycling around the charming nearby farms.