Mandarin Oriental Shanghai
Set amongst the gleaming skyscrapers of Luijazui lies the Mandarin Oriental with its unique blend of style, ultra-modern design, world-class restaurants, tranquil spa and every creature comfort imaginable.
At a Glance
Incredible location on the banks of the Huangpu River
Impressive and tranquil spa complete with 25 meter lap pool
Three fantastic restaurants providing a unique array of cuisines
Impeccable first class service
Stunning fusion of contemporary design with stylish Oriental accents
To start planning your vacation to Mandarin Oriental Shanghai
Situated in the heart of Shanghai in the Pudong’s central financial district, the Mandarin Oriental is spectacularly located on the banks of the Huangpu River. With floor to ceiling windows, the bright lights of this big city are at your fingertips before you even step out the front door. Located within easy access to all the cultural and leisure attractions in Shanghai, the Mandarin Oriental is the perfect city retreat.
The rooms and suites are all wonderfully spacious with floor to ceiling windows providing exceptional views of the city from each and every room. Richly furnished with plush fabrics and accented with sophisticated Oriental touches, the rooms have an utterly luxurious feel.
With three separate restaurants providing a range of cuisines from regional Jiang Nan, contemporary Asian and modern French and a patisserie, afternoon tea lounge and cocktail bar there is plenty on offer to satisfy every taste. For those looking for some rest and relaxation the holistic spa, fitness center and 25 meter swimming pool provides an oasis in the heart of the city.
All of the 362 rooms and suites are wonderfully spacious and beautifully designed with a modern finish. The large bathrooms provide the perfect complement with deep-soaking tubs, twin vanity units and walk in rainforest showers. The Deluxe and Mandarin Rooms and larger Club Rooms with access to the Club lounge, all offer sleek design and a full complement of technology services. Suites offer even more space with separate living rooms acting as the perfect Pied-à-terre.
The Mandarin Oriental Shanghai warmly welcomes its younger guests with a whole host of complimentary amenities including bath products, cribs, highchairs, strollers and plenty of games to make the stay as enjoyable as possible. Special menus are available throughout the restaurants and when ordering room service. Babysitting is available on request.
Fifty 8° Grill, headed by acclaimed Michelin-starred chef Richard Ekkebus provides an exceptional dining experience based on the traditional values of French cuisine, whilst the Chinese restaurant Yong Yi Ting offers a delicious array of Jiang Nan dishes using only the finest and freshest seasonal ingredients. The third restaurant, Zest, is open all day with Asian and international cuisine served from an impressive selection of cooking stations. On top of these there is the Rivera Lounge for afternoon tea, the Mandarin Cake Shop for sweet treats and Qi Bar, Shanghai’s best after dark hangout complete with mouth watering cocktails.
In addition there is a stunning spa, fully equipped fitness center with state of the art machines and yoga classes, 25 meter swimming pool and vitality pool.
The lap pool, gym and leisure center and holistic spa provide plenty of distraction and opportunity for rest and relaxation within the hotel. Based in the heart of Shanghai, guests who are looking to explore further afield are perfectly placed to take in all that the city has to offer including the Longhua Temple, the Oriental Pearl Tower and Shanghai Museum.
Location & Directions
Mandarin Oriental Shanghai is located on 111 Pudong Road on the banks of the Huangpu River, in the heart of Pudong’s central financial district.
When to go
Shanghai weather is generally warm and humid, with four distinct seasons - a pleasant warm spring, a hot rainy summer, a comfortable cool autumn and a cold winter. The hottest time in Shanghai comes in July and August, with more than 10 days at temperatures above 35 C. The coldest time is from the late January to early February. The spring from March to May is recommended as the best time to travel to Shanghai.