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Mandarin Oriental to Open Hotel in Chengdu

Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has today announced that it will manage a luxury hotel which is under development in Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province, China.

Mandarin Oriental, Chengdu, which is slated to open in 2015, will form part of a prestigious mixed-use development located on a prime riverfront site in the Jin-jiang district, close to the city’s key commercial and entertainment areas and opposite the ancient Wang-jiang Park, which dates back to the Ming dynasty.

Located on the top 33 floors of an iconic tower, the property will feature 320 spacious rooms including 41 expansive suites, with outstanding views of the Jin-jiang river, the city skyline and Wang-jiang Park.

Hotel accommodation will be designed in an elegant, contemporary style, taking full advantage of the property’s outstanding vistas. Design elements will be influenced by the Group’s oriental heritage with Mandarin Oriental’s exacting attention to detail.

Offering the finest dining in the city, Mandarin Oriental, Chengdu will have a wide selection of restaurants and bars to choose from, including a sky-high rooftop bar and tea lounge, a Chinese restaurant serving Sichuan cuisine, three speciality dining venues and a signature Mandarin Oriental Cake Shop.

An all-encompassing 2,740 sq.m Spa at Mandarin Oriental will feature 10 expansive treatment rooms, offering the most comprehensive range of wellness, beauty and massage treatments available in the region.

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