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Mandarin Oriental celebrates grand opening in Shenzhen

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Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen opens on 20 January with a limited-time ‘Opening Offer’.
Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen opens on 20 January with a limited-time ‘Opening Offer’. Photo Credit: Mandarin Oriental

The 178-key Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen is the group’s newest luxury property located in China’s Greater Bay Area scheduled to open on 20 January.

The hotel is housed on the highest levels of Tower One of UpperHills, a 79-storey building in the Futian business district. The rooms and suites offer sweeping vistas of the cityscape, Lotus Hill Park, Bijia Mountain Park and Shenzhen Bay.

The luxury property consists of 178 spacious guest rooms that offer breathtaking views of the city skyline.
The luxury property consists of 178 spacious guest rooms that offer breathtaking views of the city skyline. Photo Credit: Mandarin Oriental

On the 78th floor, The Mandarin Club offers a private lounge experience for guests with dining options, while The Mandarin Spa provides a selection of wellness and beauty therapies, a fitness centre and a 30m indoor swimming pool.

Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen features 8 dining experiences that include Cantonese fine-dining by Michelin-starred Chef Fei; Spanish, European, Japanese and Pan-Asian restaurants; a rooftop bar offering bespoke cocktails and rare malt whiskies; and a cake shop serving patisseries from the hotel’s Afternoon Tea menu.

The new hotel is also fully equipped to comfortably host business meetings and events. Adjoined to the 79-storey building, that Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen is taking up residence in, is The Cube — a cuboid shaped architectural building that offers 1,500sqm of event and meeting space.

The Cube, a unique landmark in Futian district, is an independent meeting space offering 1,500sqm of event space.
The Cube, a unique landmark in Futian district, is an independent meeting space offering 1,500sqm of event space. Photo Credit: Mandarin Oriental

The Cube features a structural concept that allows long spans for the ballroom spaces. These include the 700sqm Grand Ballroom and the Mandarin Ballroom and Oriental Ballroom, which each features 400sqm of space and floor-to-ceiling windows. Additionally, there’s a 900sqm sheltered outdoor event space that offers scenic views of the park and the city skyline.

Planners also have the option of booking The Gallery, located on the 77th floor of the hotel, the highest banquet space in Shenzhen.

In light of its grand opening, Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen is rolling out a special ‘Opening Offer’ package, which comprises booking a room for CNY 3,088 (USD 490) a night to enjoy accommodation in a Deluxe View Room, daily CNY 1,000 (USD 160) hotel credits that can be spent throughout the hotel’s restaurants and bars, and a personalised welcome amenity kit.

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