Mandarin Oriental Opens Hotel in Pudong, Shanghai

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Mandarin Oriental has expanded its portfolio of hotels, with the opening of the Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai.

Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai celebrated its opening with the official launch of the hotels impressive art collection, curated by the renowned Art Front Gallery and featuring 4,000 original artworks displayed throughout the public spaces and guestrooms.

We are delighted to open our newest hotel in this dynamic city, said Andrew Hirst, Director of Operations Asia. 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.

In celebration of its opening, the hotel is offering guests two packages both priced from CNY 3,600 and available until 30 September 2013:

The Your Second Night On Us package includes:

- Two-nights accommodation in a guestroom or suite (the second night is complimentary)
- Complimentary in-room wired and wireless internet access

The Discover Shanghai package includes:

- One nights accommodation in a guestroom or suite
- Complimentary in-room wired and wireless internet access
- A credit of CNY888 for room guests and CNY1,888 for suite guests that can be redeemed at the hotels spa or restaurants
- Complimentary butler service for suite guests

Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghais opening packages are valid until 30 September 2013. Rates for both packages start from CNY3,600 and are subject to 15% service charge. Terms and conditions apply.

Mandarin Oriental, Pudong, Shanghai

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