China – Fairmont Peace Hotel Shanghai has bolstered its collection of event spaces with the launch of two private dining rooms on the roof terrace and two function rooms at the mezzanine level.

The roof terrace now offers a 25-sqm Scotland Room that is reminiscent of a traditional English gentleman’s club, featuring a high ceiling, dark wood panelling, rich upholstery and plush leather chairs. It also sees the addition of a new England Room, measuring 35 sqm.

Completing the extension of the roof terrace is the Nine Heaven Hall, once used for private parties of the hotel’s British founder Victor Sassoon and now restored to its 1920s splendour.

On the mezzanine level, the Chun Shen Room and adjacent Thames Room add to the varied venue choices for event bookers, complete with advanced AV technology and high-speed wireless. Measuring 215 sqm, the Chun Shen Room designed with wood panelling and original cast-iron windows can hold up to 100 guests in a banquet setting or 160 theatre-style. The 110-sqm Thames Room will be suitable for smaller groups of up to 50 banquet-style, offering views of the historic Dian Chi Road and Huangpu River.