the second Mandarin Oriental hotel we have lived. the hotel is designed with excellent living experience,every detail has been considered. the mandarin oriental guangzhou is more business and more techque than the sanya. the breakfast is very valuable with a lot of choice. location is very good, and it is convient to go shopping, just go downstairs.
very quiet.even in the chinese new year, we can not hear the firework and have a good sleep.
not that suitable for kids or baby, there is no slippers for child, and the furniture is for business use.
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- Located next to TaiKoo Hui Shopping Centre, each of the hotel’s 233 spacious guestrooms, 30 suites and 24 serviced apartments reflect the Group’s distinctive elegance and style. Diverse dining choices include Jiang by Chef Fei, one of China’s most notable chefs known for his creative flair; a classic grill restaurant, Ebony; The Taikoo Lounge; The Mandarin Cake Shop and The Loft. The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Guangzhou offers city dwellers and visitors a rare opportunity for peace and tranquillity with nine private treatment rooms. Top-tier meetings and function facilities are spacious and equipped with the latest technology, and the hotel’s expansive 750 square metre ballroom is set to become the city’s premier celebration and events destination. ... more less
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