Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has opened its second city hotel in China, Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai.
The hotel celebrated its opening with the official launch of the hotel’s impressive art collection, curated by the renowned Art Front Gallery and featuring 4,000 original artworks displayed throughout the public spaces and guestrooms.
Joining the celebrations were Associate Professor Li Xiao Feng of Fine Arts College Shanghai University, as well as leading Chinese artists Miao Tong, Pan Wei and Kang Qing.
“We are delighted to open our newest hotel in this dynamic city,” said Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s Director of Operations for Asia, Andrew Hirst.
“Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai is set to become a new luxury landmark for guests seeking the finest in service and facilities, as well as a riverfront destination for art connoisseurs.”
Located on the east bank of the Huangpu River, amidst the dramatic skyline of the Lujiazui financial district, Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai features 318 spacious guestrooms and 44 suites and is also home to the largest and most expensive Presidential Suite in Shanghai, spanning 788 square metres with a sky garden terrace and magnificent river views.
“Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai provides a stunning backdrop from which to showcase some of China’s most exciting artworks, and is sure to become a destination for both local and international art lovers,” said Professor Li Xiao Feng.
The 210 luxury furnished apartments – from studio to three bedrooms – are Shanghai’s only fully serviced riverside residences, and are designed to offer the ultimate in luxury and comfort.