St. Ignatius Cathedral located in the district of Xujiahui is the largest Roman catholic cathedral with a history spanning over a 90 years. The original cathedral build in the year 1906 was destroyed during the Chinese Cultural Revolutions (1966 – 1976). The cathedral was designed by English architect William Doyle which links back to the era of European architecture in the history of Shanghai. The Cathedral has magnificent paintings of the Last Supper and the Stations of the Cross which attracts many devotees. The easiest way to reach the St. Ignatius Cathedral is by taking the Shanghai Metro Line 1. If you are a devotee visiting the St. Ignatius Cathedral and is in search of a Shanghai luxury hotel or for Hotel Rooms in Shanghai you would prefer to stay at the The Langham, Xintiandi, Shanghai which is located in close proximity to the Shanghai Metro Line 1.