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Mandarin Oriental opens luxury property in Shenzhen

Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen Inauguration on January 20, 2022. (L to R): Daxin Wang, Party Secretary/Chairman of Shum Yip Land; Kee Whye Yeo, Vice President of Shum Yip Group; Enli Xu, Vice Chairman of Shum Yip Group; Yongqun Yang, Vice Director of the Municipal Bureau of Culture, Radio, Television, Tourism and Sports in Shenzhen; Hua Lv, Party Secretary/Group Chairman Shum Yip; Xianglai Zeng, director of the Municipal Bureau of Culture, Radio, Television, Tourism and Sports in Shenzhen; Xun Cai, Dad

Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen Groundbreaking Ceremony on January 20, 2022. (L to R): Daxin Wang, Party Secretary/Chairman of Shum Yip Land; Kee Whye Yeo, Vice President of Shum Yip Group; Xun Cai, Deputy Party Secretary/Board Director of Shum Yip Group; Xianglai Zeng, director of the Municipal Bureau of Culture, Radio, Television, Tourism and Sports in Shenzhen; Hua Lv, Party Secretary/Group Chairman Shum Yip; Yongqun Yang, Vice Director of the Municipal Bureau of Culture, Radio, Television, Tourism and Sports in Shenzhen; Enli Xu, Vice Chairman of Shum Yip Group; Mark S. Bradford, Managing Director, Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen.

The luxury hotel is located on the upper floors of UpperHills, a new 79-story upscale building in the Futian district.

HONG KONGMandarin Oriental Hotel Group brought its legendary hospitality to the bustling city of Shenzhen in southern China with the opening of Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen.

The luxury hotel is located on the upper floors of UpperHills, a new 79-story upscale building in the Futian district. Each of the 178 spacious rooms and suites enjoys spectacular park and city views and ranges from 56 m² to 76 m², while the 16 superbly appointed suites range from 114 m² to 400 m². The accommodation has luxurious marble bathrooms, walk-in closets, Diptyque toiletries, 55” Samsung LED TVs, Dyson Supersonic hair dryers and Bose Bluetooth speakers.

The Mandarin Club, located on the 78th floor, offers a private experience for guests, with a spacious lounge, dining room, and gorgeous views. The signature spa offers a range of curated wellness treatments and a high-tech gymnasium and 20m indoor pool.

In keeping with the group’s reputation for culinary excellence, the eight restaurants and bars include a fine-dining Cantonese restaurant run by the Michelin-starred chef Fei while other restaurants offer the cuisines of China, Spain, Japan and France, with the vintage-vibe rooftop MO Bar catering to the city’s sophisticates.

Event planners will be impressed with the myriad of offerings, which includes The Cube, a freestanding event venue equipped with the latest technology, making it ideal for large gatherings, bespoke conferences, cocktail parties and weddings.

The official opening ceremony began with a traditional Chinese blessing followed by speeches, unveiling of the hotel logo, ribbon cutting and a champagne toast. After a spirited lion dance and eye-pointing ceremony, the General Manager Mark S. Bradford addressed the guests.

We are thrilled to bring legendary Mandarin Oriental hospitality to the exciting city of Shenzhen.said general manager Mark S. Bradford. “In addition to fabulously luxurious and spacious rooms, we have eight distinctive restaurants and bars, making us a must-visit destination for discerning Shenzhen diners..”

This is my second China opening for Mandarin Oriental in the space of three years, and it has been an exciting and rewarding journey. My experienced team and I look forward to delivering exceptional experiences for our customers..”

The formalities concluded with a speech by Mrs. Zhong Gehui, president of Shum Yip Commercial, and a video link with Mr. James Riley, managing director of the Mandarin Oriental hotel group.

Attendees then proceeded to the lobby for the unveiling of a digital art exhibit presented by artist Mu Lei, a pioneer of contemporary Chinese art. The stunning work is inspired by the forward-looking environment of Shenzhen by the ocean and the height of the hotel that touches the clouds. A 4m-high virtual waterfall symbolizes the energy of the city, with the stones and waves painted by hand by Mu Lei using digital tools like brushes.