Mandarin Oriental to Open Hotel in Guangzhou

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 14 June 2012

Mandarin Oriental is expanding its portfolio of luxury hotels in China with the opening of the Mandarin Oriental, Guangzhou scheduled for later this year.

The hotel which will have 233 rooms, 30 suites and 24 serviced apartments is located above TaiKoo Hui, a 450,000-sqm, mixed-use development comprising luxury shopping, grade-A office space and an impressive cultural centre, in Guangzhous Tianhe Central Business District, a new address in the heart of the Pearl River Delta.

The hotel is also connected to Shipaiqiao Station, Line 3 of the citys metro system, and is 5 minutes from Guangzhou East Railway Station, which speeds passengers via high-speed rail link to and from Hong Kong in approximately 2 hours, and to Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport in just 45 minutes.

The hotels standard guest rooms will be the amongst largest in the city at 60 sqm and will be equipped with Mandarin Orientals sophisticated in-room entertainment systems and guest-intuitive technology. Spa-inspired bathrooms comprise separate wet & dry rooms, with circular bathtubs and rainforest spa showers.

The Club Lounge will provide exclusive guest facilities, including private check-in, meeting rooms, breakfast, afternoon tea and evening cocktails.

Five restaurants and cocktail venues include a fine dining grill restaurant, and a classic Cantonese restaurant, as well as a Mandarin Cake Shop. An upscale cocktail lounge will offer a meeting point for drinks, while the Lobby Lounge caters to more casual affairs.

The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Guangzhou will feature nine private treatment rooms, including two couples suites and a VIP spa suite, as well as extensive heat and water facilities. A fully equipped fitness centre and a 25 meter heated outdoor pool, completes the health and wellness facilities.

Mass recruitment for the hotel is scheduled to begin 13 July 2012.

The hotels General Manager is Clemens Hoerth.

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