庭园
COURTYARD

花园别墅占地五亩,倾力三年改建,旧址为前英国领事馆。
有法无式东方造园理念,贯行自由人文精神,以上海城市文化审美视角,
呈现古木奇石贤楼圣水之观。

The courtyard covering an area of ​​five acres was rebuilt over the span of three years, which was home to the former British Consulate.
Based on the concept of building “no rules” as well as liberal and humanistic spirit, layer upon layer, this unique garden represents the one-of-a-kind view of Shanghainese culture and aesthetics.

餐厅
DINING ROOM

主楼聚德堂为30年代西班牙风格砖木结构建筑,“仁、义、礼、智、信”。
一楼大厅及露台现代优雅,二楼大厅及阳光屋精致复古,银箔墙、丝绒壁布、天然水晶柱、清朝匾额、花瓶与书画并列交融,其间约80个舒适餐位。

The 1930s Spanish-style brick-wooden-structured main building is called Judetang, which implies benevolence, righteousness, manners, wisdom, trustworthiness in Chinese culture. The interior is well-poised, with a modern and elegant lobby and terrace on the first floor. The second floor connected with a unique sunroom offers a sharp contrast that is exquisite and retro chic. Decorated with silver foil walls, velvet wall fabric, natural crystal columns, Qing plaques, vases, paintings, and calligraphy, the dining room has 80 elegant dining seats available for a memorable dining experience for your next visit.

包间
PRIVATE ROOM

八间包间古今相融,典雅私密,风格各异。其中会员专区菜香书屋玻璃与石雕入口,匾铸“悬规植矩”,书屋东墙采用古代大漆工艺,内设60年代Gucci沙发壁炉会谈区,掩映羊皮灯与竹条案雅文陈列,外设石桌石凳茶歇小院。

Eight rooms are combination of ancient and modern, elegant and private with diverse styles, among which Caixiang Study is the VIP area. At its glass and stone entrance, there are two plaques with the words “hanging rules” cast on it. The east wall of the study is made of ancient lacquer near elegant bamboo case. Inside, there is a fireplace meeting area with a 1960s Gucci sofa, sheltered by sheepskin lamp. Also, the small open-air yard with stone table and benches fits well with tea from nature.

密训酒吧
KEEP IT QUIET BAR

百年瓜子黄杨、木槿、凌霄、太湖石环绕,十扇民国木门、玻璃与青砖围合,
密训以30年代沙龙为灵感,红丝绒古典镜面铺展,Vintage沙发座椅陈设,每周举办电影、音乐及其他艺术活动,汇聚上海极为活跃的文艺社群。

Surrounded by hundred-year-old boxwood, hibiscus, trumpet creepers and Tai Laker stone, the “Keep it Quiet” bar was inspired by the 1930s salon décor with a classic red velvet mirror and vintage sofa. Its walls are made of wooden doors dated back to the republic of China, modern glass, and ancient black bricks. This is where weekly movie screenings, live performances, and other artistic events take place, bringing together Shanghai’s very own active literary and cultural community.