Mandarin Oriental Pudong Shanghai in Shanghai, China
Surrounded by the gleaming skyscrapers of Lujiazui, and located on the banks of the Huangpu River, the Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai exudes five-star luxury. This world-class hotel prides itself on their world-class restaurants; serene spa; a stunning contemporary design and Mandarin Oriental’s legendary service that will make all guests young and old feel welcome and pampered.
The property offers guests sophisticated and spacious accommodation ranging from rooms and suites for shorter stays and apartments for longer stays. The innovative cuisine and cutting-edge cocktails keeps the bars and restaurants popular choices while visiting the city. Relax and rejuvenate at the spa choosing from a wide range of holistic wellness experiences and therapies. The fitness center caters to all levels of expertise, experience and conditioning equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and personal trainers to assist. Come experience the perfect combination of style, comfort and world-class service at the Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai.
Location of Mandarin Oriental Pudong Shanghai
Nearest Airport: SHA, PVG
Amenities for Mandarin Oriental Pudong Shanghai
- Spa Cuisine
- Afternoon Tea
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- Indoor Pool
- Children's Amenities
- Children's Menus
- Baby Bath Amenities
- Historic Sites
- Culture & Arts
- Honeymoons & Romance
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Mandarin Oriental Pudong Shanghai
Located in Pudong area and facing the river. Hardware is perfect, spacious room and excellent service. Breakfast is fine and with good selction. Special thanks to Mr. Hoerth, Mr. Blomeyer and Sofia for the warm hospitality and make our stay prefect and enjoy. Definately will saty @ MO for next visit in Shanghai.
CKTZE - Hong Kong, China
Nothing beats the quality of the rooms, the service and the food of this hotel. It is superior to all its alternatives. The rooms are well equipped and the clublounge is luxurious and spacious. The clubkounge serves a wide range of beverages and high quality food. All fresh. No comprimize to quality anywhere!
Had a 1 night stopover in Shanghai, couldnâ€™t have had a better experience at this hotel. Despite there definitely being room for improvement in certain areas, this is pretty much completely dwarfed by the impeccable quality that the hotel offers. To put in context my review, I stayed in the mandarin river view room on the 19th floor - Stunning spacious room - Stunning views over river and Lujiazui skyscrapers - Stunning lounge - Great service The room was truly spectacular and the view to go with it. The only time I was someone let down by service was that I had to call reception twice for housekeeping to pop in and assist with the music but a minor inconvenience considering the standard of the room. The lounge is on the second floor and also incredibly inviting ( Access is not included for all rooms ). The quality of the food here is good. The best it could really be for a buffet, which will never be a la carte standard. It could definitely do with an actual bar though - drinks are on a table in bottles which are served by the many waiters / waitresses around. You never have to pour a drink yourself so convenient but Iâ€™m sure there are others like myself who enjoy walking up to an actual bar and ordering a drink! Didnâ€™t have time to use but had a look in the gym / spa / pool area downstairs. Glamorous entrance and facilities as one would expect. Didnâ€™t get to check out any of the outlets which are on the 1st and B1 floors apart from the qi bar which was nice. Was kind of expecting a bar / Resto to be on the upper floors. Again, my non positive points are mere areas of improvement and I would not have even mentioned them due to the quality of the pros. Itâ€™s more constructive criticism for the hotel manager who goes through these reviews to take on board. Also no need to mention this as itâ€™s pretty obvious but this hotels price is a lot lower than other MO and 5 star hotels. Is it worth the money? Absolutely worth every penny.
ROKAllday - London, United Kingdom
Pardon the pun, but Iâ€™m a fan.... and the Mandarin in Shanghai is my absolute favorite in this city. Conveniently located, the hotel manages to provide its guests an experience thatâ€™s 100% signature. Itâ€™s luxury, with the warm, friendly feel of a â€˜home away from homeâ€™. And as in all itâ€™s other locations, the Mandarin achieves it in an effortless, non-intrusive yet personal way. Maybe thatâ€™s the thing I like the most; the authentic, subtle and unpretentious level of delivering excellence throughout the stay. The Mandarin has a knack at consistently over-delivering and Shanghai was among the very best Iâ€™ve experienced among the groups other hotel properties. I will be back.
miles_for_smiles - Hong Kong, China
I was planning to give 4 stars but recalling the service I decided to bump to 5 stars. But maybe Iâ€™m also biased because Iâ€™m currently staying at the Banyan Tree and the service is awful compared to the Mandarin Oriental. When we arrived on Christmas Eve around 4:00pm after a 5 hour train ride from Beijing, we found that our room wasnâ€™t ready yet, which was rather appalling given the caliber of hotel we were supposedly staying at. Management completely owned up to the issue, and it was clear they felt extremely bad about it. It was a bit disappointing but stuff happens. Room (river view) is gorgeous and well appointed, although pillows were a bit lacking. The restaurant on premise (Yong Yi Ting) is some of the best Shanghai-style cuisine Iâ€™ve had, and Iâ€™ve had my fair share. The location is also a bit off to the side in Pudong, so itâ€™s a bit of a walk to more bustling areas. One thing that stood out was that on Christmas Day, their aforementioned restaurant was only doing set menus. The gentleman at concierge was able to help me get a la carte room service despite this. On top of that, he remembered my name from day before! Overall, wouldnâ€™t hesitate to stay there again.