Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen

Now Shenzhen   |   February 17, 2023


Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen, is located on the upper floors of a striking building in bustling Shenzhen, one of the key cities in the Greater Bay area that includes Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai. The 178 luxurious and spacious rooms have spectacular views and legendary Mandarin Oriental levels of service.

The hotel occupies the 67th to 79th floors of the UpperHills building in the Futian business district, with sweeping vistas of the surrounding area which includes the high rises of downtown, the lush greenery of Lotus Hill Park and across Shenzhen Bay, towards distant Hong Kong.

The upper floors feature an enticing range of restaurants and bars that will make the hotel a destination-dining location. Event planners will be impressed by the options which include free-standing and unique event spaces, making it ideal for large gatherings, bespoke conferences, cocktail parties and weddings. Naturally there will be a signature spa, featuring Mandarin Oriental wellness treatments that are famed worldwide.

The 162 elegantly-designed rooms range from 56 sqm to 76 sqm, all with luxurious marble bathrooms, walk-in closets, Diptyque toiletries, Samsung 55” LED televisions, Dyson Supersonic hairdryers and Bose Bluetooth speakers. The 16 exquisitely-appointed suites range from 114sqm to 400sqm. The Mandarin Club, on the 78th floor, provides a select and private experience for guests, and has a spacious lounge that offers slick service, dining and a glorious view.

Among the event options is a stunning standalone building, The Cube, which offers 1,500 sqm of light-flooded event space and an additional 900sqm of covered outdoor event space overlooking the greenery of Beacon Hill and the urban landscape of Futian business district.

Within The Cube is the 700sqm Grand Ballroom and the Mandarin Ballroom and Oriental Ballroom, each with 400sqm of space. Another option is The Gallery, a 358 m high banquet space offering unmatched views towards Lotus Hill Park and the glittering skyline of the Central Business District.

An exceptional menu, designed by renowned Michelin-starred Chef Fei adds culinary class to every gathering, or event, large or small.

World-renowned Mandarin Oriental wellness and beauty treatments will feature at The Spa, a soothing haven of tranquillity. Guests can choose from a selection of heat and water experiences with seven treatment rooms including one double suite, two single suites (one with heated quartz sand bed), and four single rooms. There is a comprehensive 24-hour fitness centre fitted out with the very latest equipment and energised by natural light from the floor-to-ceiling windows. The 20-metre indoor lap pool has an impressive 30m high ceiling and speakers that relay underwater music.

The hotel’s eclectic culinary options mean it is certain to become a destination-dining spot for Shenzhen food-lovers. The eight restaurants and bars include outlets that specialise in Cantonese, Spanish and Japanese cuisines, with a vintage-style bar that has an innovative range of cocktails and an expansive terrace

The Bay by Chef Fei will highlight the renowned creative skills of the Michelin-starred chef, known for his inventive approach and use of fresh ingredients. The Cantonese-focussed menu will also include specialities from the Ling Nan and Teo Chew regions. Diners can look forward to distinctive dishes such as wok-fried lobster with Hua Dia wine and a range of other regional cuisine specialities.

MO Bar serves up bespoke, vintage-inspired cocktails, along with malt whiskies from Japan and Scotland. Drinkers at this lively spot enjoy 79th floor views of the city, live DJ and beyond.

Other enticing culinary concepts include TAPAS 77, with dishes from Spain meant for family and friends to share, and RIN, where the emphasis is on high end private dining, featuring expertly-prepared teppanyaki, sushi, nigiri, sashimi and tempura. OPUS 388 has quality imported seafood, and prime meat cuts. A chef’s table adds to the sophistication … and the 388 figure refers to the height above sea level!

Rounding out the options is Bazaar, a lifestyle-oriented café and bakery with a wide range of choices from Asia and Europe. The light-flooded, colourfully decorated LIAN Lounge, serves drinks, cocktails and a speciality afternoon tea. The Mandarin Cake Shop has delicate patisseries, delicious chocolates and exquisite cakes.

With an extraordinary range of options, Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen, is certain to become the address in the booming southern city for sophisticated travellers, aficionados of luxury, connoisseurs of fine food and event planners looking for a special-occasion venue.

Address & Contact Information

Address: Block A UpperHills, No. 5001 Huanggang Road, Futian District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China

Phone: +86 (755) 8802 6888