Hong Kong, 15 March 2017 -- Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai is offering guests a luxury accommodation package with tips on what to see and do in Shanghai this spring. Guests can make the most of their time in the city while it’s in full bloom by booking the value-for-money Club Delight room package at the hotel, where they can enjoy Michelin-star cuisine and award-winning spa treatments within its picturesque waterside setting.
Club Delight guests will receive CNY 600 credit to redeem at the hotel’s spa and restaurants, where new seasonal menus will be on offer. Whether its Jiang-Nan regional Chinese cuisine or modern French fare, guests can savour authentic flavours crafted with exquisite skill by renowned chefs, Tony Lu at Michelin-starred Yong Yi Ting and Richard Ekkebus at Michelin-recommended Fifty 8° Grill.
The Club Delight room package is priced from CNY 2,600 + 16.6%, and includes:
- Exclusive use of The Club Lounge for private buffet breakfast, all day refreshments and lavish evening cocktails
- Spa service credit of CNY 200
- Complimentary two-hour use of the Club business centre and meeting rooms each day. After this, an hourly rental charge applies
- Laundry, pressing and dry cleaning of up to two garments per day
- Discreet and efficient check-in and check-out by Club personnel
- On-call butler and dedicated concierge service
- House car service within the Lujiazui area in a 2km radius. Available on a first come first served basis, every day between 7am to 8pm
Local taxes apply. Offer is subject to availability and advance reservation is required.
Top Tips On What To Do In Shanghai This Spring
Fashion is an Attitude
Stylishly dressed fashionistas are making bold statements on the streets of Shanghai this spring. The fashion spotlight will shine on the city once again as the world’s en vogue brands, designers, celebrities and couture lovers celebrate new season style at runway events during Shanghai Fashion Week from 7-13 April.
Where The End Starts
The compelling KAWS: Where The End Starts exhibition at Yuz Museum West Bund from 28 March to 13 August is the artist’s first showcase in Asia. Inspired by the worlds of graffiti, pop art and consumer culture, Brooklyn-based KAWS will exhibit a charged body of work produced over 20 years, with each piece conveying his underlying wit, irreverence and affection for our times.
Formula One Returns
The high-octane F1 Grand Prix returns to the Shanghai International Circuit (SIC) on 8-9 April. The SIC design is inspired by the Chinese character ‘shang, 上’, featuring a long right-hander which opens each lap, through which the drivers turn more than 270 degrees before switching back to create a challenging and exciting format. Tickets are on sale now and the hotel concierge can tailor your arrangements to enhance the F1 experience.
Top Spots in Shanghai for Sakura (Cherry Blossom)
April is the best time to visit Shanghai to enjoy the romance of blossoming cherry trees. Abundant cherry blossom spectacles can be found at Century Park, Gucun Park, Lu Xun Park, Tongji University and Chenshan Botanical Gardens. For sakura aficionados, the hotel’s concierge can arrange an unforgettable day trip to Nanhui on the outskirts of Shanghai, which hosts a famous Cherry and Peach Blossom Festival each April.
Room reservations can be made through Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s online reservations service at www.mandarinoriental.com, the Group’s worldwide sales and reservation offices, or by phoning Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai directly at +86 21 20829908.