In Shanghai, on the banks of the Huangpu River, the Mandarin Oriental is not just a five star hotel, but a veritable luxury treasure chest.
Bedrooms and suites with spectacular city views, quality restaurants, a splendid spa, boutiques, exclusive services for guests: this is the Mandarin Oriental Pudong, one of the most luxurious hotels in Shanghai, in the heart of the city’s financial district.
The vibrant interior design of the hotel’s major public areas, by Jiang & Associates Interior Designer Co., LTD as well as BUZ Design from Hong Kong, and Jiang & Associations Interior Design Co., LTD for guestrooms, employs understated natural colors, contemporary materials and curated artworks to create a distinctive oriental ambience. In addition, locally inspired design motifs reflect the movement of the Huangpu River waters, Shanghai’s futuristic skyline, carved Chinese window frames and the silhouettes of Shanghai’s plane trees.
Surrounded by the spectacular Lujiazui skyscrapers, facing onto the banks of the Huangpu River, the hotel combines modern design with a sophisticated welcoming style. Starting from the furnishing of the 318 bedrooms and 44 suites, elegant and glamorous down to the last detail, from extreme comfort in a contemporary chic frame with a touch of traditional Chinese style. The sumptuous Presidential Suite on the twenty-fifth floor of the hotel, more than 700 square metres of exclusive luxury, with dining room, meeting room, fully-equipped bar and a private wine cellar.
Works of art are on display in all the rooms of the hotel, a collection numbering more than four thousand pieces, curated by the Art Front Gallery.
The theatrical cornice in which stands the Mandarin Oriental Pudong of Shanghai, on the banks of the Huangpu River.
The hall of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel.
Deluxe bedroom with view over the river and the city of Shanghai
One of the suites with view on to the Pearl Tower.
The living area of the exclusive Presidential Suite.
Luxurious rooms for VIP guests, in the hotel spa.
The sophisticated Yong Yi Ting restaurant.