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Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing to open in early 2019

Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing to open in early 2019

Mandarin Oriental will open its first hotel in Beijing early next year.

Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing will be in the heart of the historic capital of China, with spectacular roof-terrace views of the UNESCO-listed Forbidden City.

It will be positioned as the city’s most luxurious boutique hotel and will feature the Group’s core pillars of chic design and architecture, exceptional dining facilities and a Spa at Mandarin Oriental, offering the latest wellness and beauty facilities.

The hotel takes its name from the lively Wangfujing district in which it is located and is seamlessly connected to WF Central, Hongkong Land’s leading premium lifestyle retail destination with a dynamic mix of over 130 tenants including 20 brands debuting in Beijing or China.

The hotel is just minutes from Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City, within easy reach of the CBD and financial district.


The 73-room boutique hotel is located on the upper two floors of WF Central with rooms that are a minimum of 55 sqm, which will be among the largest in Beijing, many with views towards the magnificent Forbidden City.

The design is tailored specifically towards the sophisticated needs of the contemporary traveller, deftly combining residential style and luxurious amenities.

The Spa at Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing will have four suites offering the refined and carefully-curated wellness and beauty treatments Mandarin Oriental is famed for, as well as a fabulous 25-metre, glass-roofed pool.

Within walking distance are the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, the National Museum and the National Art Museum of China.

The historic hutongs (alleyways) of Beijing, known for their charming courtyard homes, are also dotted around the district, as are ancient, tucked-away temples.

“Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing will become the prime hotel address in Beijing this winter, offering supreme comfort, impeccable service, incredible cuisine and an unmatchable garden-terrace view of the UNESCO-listed Forbidden City,” said Mark Bradford, general manager of Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing.

“We are looking forward to welcoming guests very soon.”