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|Mandarin Oriental Chengdu|
A concept drawing of the Mandarin Oriental Chengdu
|Location||Shunjiang Road, Jin-jiang District, Chengdu, Sichuan|
|Management||Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group|
|Architectural||333 metres (1,092.5 ft)|
|Tip||333 metres (1,092.5 ft)|
|Roof||roof top pool, roof top clubhouse|
|Floor area||17,175 square metres|
|Design and construction|
The Mandarin Oriental Chengdu is an incomplete hotel in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group currently under construction. It will occupy the top 33 stories of a mixed-use tower, located in Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province in southwest China. It will be 333 metres (1,092.5 ft) tall. Construction started in 2013.
The property features 320 rooms and 41 suites.
The Mandarin Oriental Chengdu will have a rooftop bar and tea lounge, a Chinese restaurant serving Sichuan cuisine, three speciality dining venues and a Cake Shop. The hotel will also have a 1,200-seat ballroom and a 500-seat junior ballroom, as well as a variety of multi-purpose function spaces, which will be used to host conferences of all sizes.
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