The executive library of JW Marriott Hotel Shanghai at Tomorrow Square has won the Guinness World Records title for Highest Library from Ground Level.
Emma Yan (right), Hotel Manager of JW Marriott Hotel Shanghai at Tomorrow Square received the certificate from Mr. Alistair Richards, President of Guinness World Records
The hotel aims tocultivate an enriching experience through luxury facilities and thoughtful service.
Situated at 230.9m above street level, the hotel executive library on the 60th floor houses more than 2,000 books and materials in printed and traditional formats. The library’s collection comprises English and Chinese classics, architecture, philosophy, history, art and art history, as well as classical and contemporary literature. In order to cater to hotel guests’ passion point of culture, the hotel aims to provide a place offering a private and relaxing ambience for guest to explore the local culture. The library is available to all in-house guests and can be rented for private events and meetings.
Emma Yan (center), Hotel Manager of JW Marriott Hotel Shanghai at Tomorrow Square and Executives from Guinness World Records
“We are so proud to win a Guinness World Records title for ‘Highest Library from Ground Level,'” Silvio Rosenberger, General Manager of the hotel said. “JW Marriott Hotel Shanghai at Tomorrow Square is an iconic landmark hotel with legendary service. We will continue to cultivate a unique travel experience to the guests.”
Alistair Richards, President of Guinness World Records, said, “I am delighted to present the certificate for ‘HighestLibrary from Ground Level’ to the JW Marriott Hotel Shanghai at Tomorrow Square. Shanghai is the finance and trade center in China and we are looking forward to discovering and sharing more interesting records fromShanghai with our global readers.”
JW Marriott Hotel Shanghai at Tomorrow Square is an award winning hotel providing utmost service and personalized luxury to travelers. The hotel offers luxury executive meetings at its executive library for RMB 600+15% service charge for half day and RMB 700+15% service charge for whole day. The packages include creative Meetings Imagined coffee breaks and specially crafted lunches by the hotel’s talented culinary team. The purpose of the Meetings Imagined program is to offer planners more choices and concepts to draw upon than ever before.
Overseeing the needs and details of each meeting is a dedicated event team who personally supervise the whole event, including the decor, entertainment and transportation, ensuring functions run smoothly at every phase.
Emma Yan (right), Hotel Manager of JW Marriott Hotel Shanghai at Tomorrow Square received Guinness Book of Records