Mandarin Oriental, Chengdu to Open in 2015


 

Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok

Mandarin Oriental, Chengdu is expected to open in 2015, with luxurious amenities and sky-high views of the Jin-jiang River. The hotel will occupy the top 33 floors of a mixed-use development, with a rooftop bar and tea lounge, three specialty dining venues, signature Mandarin Oriental Cake Shop, and 320 guest rooms, including 41 suites. A 1,200-seat grand ballroom, 500-seat junior ballroom, and a variety of multi-purpose spaces will be available for conferences and social events. Accomodations will be elegant and contemporary, with an oriental influenced design and a focus on the property's scenic vistas. Guests will also have access to an exclusive executive club lounge.

The 2,740 square foot Spa at Mandarin Oriental will offer a range of wellness, beauty, and massage treatments, as well as specifically developed treatments inspired by Chinese traditions and customs. Fitness facilities and an indoor swimming pool will also be onsite.

Chengdu, capital of Sichuan province, is both a meeting place for international business investors and a popular tourist destination. Nearby tourist attractions include the Wo-long panda research center, E-mei Mountain, the Giant Buddha of Le-shan and Huang-long and Jiu-zhai-gou national parks.

Edouard Ettedgui, Group Chief Executive of Mandarin Oriental said, “We are delighted to extend Mandarin Oriental’s renowned levels of hospitality into Western China. This project presents an ideal opportunity to further grow our brand in the mainland, and we are looking forward to creating the best luxury hotel in this dynamic city, thecapital of this important economic and culturally rich province.”

For more information, please visit www.mandarinoriental.com.

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