Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen

An urban retreat with breathtaking views

Perched atop the 79-floor UpperHills skyscraper in the heart of the Futian business district, Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen opened in January 2022 with ambitious design and attentive service. The experience begins in the minimalist lobby, where the hotel masterfully balances an urban aesthetic and natural beauty with stone gardens and sculptural furniture.

The 178 luxurious rooms and suites, which are among the largest in the city, spoil you with marble bathrooms, generous walk-in closets and top-of-the-line devices. Inside the light-filled rooms, soft yellow and blue tones create an uplifting atmosphere while panoramic windows frame the city’s lush parks and sparkling towers.

To get the whole experience, be sure to dine at the signature Cantonese restaurant, The Bay by Chef Fei; enjoy a novel quartz sand bed treatment at The Spa; and head up to the hotel’s rooftop lounge. From this stunning vantage point, enjoy a handcrafted cocktail as you watch the sunset over the dramatic urban skyline.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • The rooms are notably spacious for a city hotel, starting from the 603-square-foot Deluxe View Rooms and stretching to the 4,306-square-foot Presidential Suite. This palatial residence is as grand as you’d imagine, complete with sky-high ceilings, multiple bedrooms and a fabulous five-seat kitchen island for entertaining.
  • We love nothing more than luxurious in-room amenities, and you can expect nothing less at this Shenzhen hotel. Find toiletries from legendary French perfumer Diptyque, beloved for its complex scents and artisanal ethos, as well as a Dyson Supersonic hair dryer and elegant Quivera linens.
  • The Spa, Sky View Fitness Centre and 20-meter pool sprawl across a tranquil space on the 68th floor — and you could easily spend all day in this wellness zone. Read a book under the pool’s soaring 98-foot ceilings, put your feet up in one of the spa’s seven luxurious treatment rooms and find new motivation on a Technogym treadmill.
  • Mandarin Oriental is internationally renowned for its East-meets-West spa treatments, and the same dedication to wellbeing prevails at this Shenzhen property. The spa’s signature treatment, Spirit of Shenzhen, is a multisensory experience that brings together warm quartz sand therapy, singing bowls and meridian-stimulation techniques to promote calm and help the body detox.
  • It’s worth upgrading to The Mandarin Club, the hotel’s sophisticated executive lounge on the 78th floor. Work or relax from the stylish surroundings while enjoying special-privilege services, such as complimentary ironing and laundry, daily afternoon tea and evening cocktails.

The Restaurants

  • With eight incredible restaurants and bars, Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen has become a popular dining destination for the city’s most discerning gourmands. Book a table well in advance at The Bay by Chef Fei to explore this talk-of-the-town restaurant. The heralded chef’s Cantonese menu features the likes of wok-fried lobster with aged rice wine and pan-fried Australian ribeye with crispy garlic and chili pepper sauce.
  • For an intimate Japanese dining experience, check out the private rooms at RIN. This upmarket teppanyaki provides cozy, wood-paneled chambers with a dedicated personal chef who prepares a special menu of Japanese specialties, from Wagyu sirloin in a garlic confit to live black abalone with seaweed and yuzu.
  • Those who love a little bit of everything may gravitate toward Bazaar, the hotel’s signature buffet experience, while LIAN Lounge turns a spotlight on Chinese-inspired afternoon tea and cocktails.
  • A favorite for date nights and business meetings, Opus 388 brings together premium surf, turf and mesmerizing city views. Meanwhile, casual evenings call for creative cocktails and shareable Spanish bites at Tapas 77.
  • After dinner, pop into MO Bar for a nightcap in the vintage-inspired space or indulge in delectable desserts at The Mandarin Cake Shop. At the latter, the hotel’s in-house pastry chefs whip up buttery pastries and artfully frosted cakes — a treat to enjoy on the adjacent terrace or in the comfort of your room.

24-hour room service
Fitness classes
House car
Indoor pool
Meeting rooms
Getting There
No. 5001 Huanggang Road, Futian District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
TEL86-755-8802 6888
NeighborhoodLotus Hill Park
SZX (40 min)  
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