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Opening late 2010, Mandarin Oriental Paris, will enjoy a pre-eminent address at 247-251 rue Saint Honor”, in the historic and fashionable centre of the city. The 1930s art deco building is currently undergoing a US$40m (”20.5m) re-development project. An expansive inner courtyard will be a prime feature of the property, along with an extensive choice of restaurants, cocktail lounges and bars. The Spa will offer holistic rejuvenation and relaxation and an indoor swimming pool and fully equipped fitness centre will further add to the hotel”s leisure facilities.
One of China”s wealthiest and fastest-growing regions, Guangzhou, will see the opening of the new Mandarin Oriental Hotel in 2010. Mandarin Oriental Guangzhou will be designed as an elegant, contemporary hotel, featuring 340 spacious guestrooms and suites and 70 serviced apartments. The property will feature six dining and cocktail venues and a signature Spa.
Taipei”s new Mandarin is on Dun Hua North Road in the heart of the central financial district from 2010. Mandarin Oriental Taipei will be designed with a contemporary elegant interior style reflective of the group”s oriental heritage. The generous guestrooms will be among the largest in Taipei and will enjoy spectacular views of the city. The hotel will feature four exceptional restaurants and two bars and an expansive 20,000 sq ft (6,096 sq m) Spa.
"The announcement of three new Mandarin Oriental hotels is an exciting development for our Group and reflects the strength of our brand today. We are moving closer to our goal of building the Group to at least 10,000 rooms worldwide while consolidating our position as one of the world”s pre-eminent luxury hotel brands," said Mandarin Oriental Group chief executive Edouard Ettedgui (pictured).
Mandarin Oriental Group currently operates 20 luxury hotels with a further 14 under development in Riviera Maya, Mexico and Hainan Island, China (2007), Barcelona and Boston (2008), Dallas, Chicago, Las Vegas, Macau, Marrakech, Turks and Caicos and Grand Cayman (2009) and Guangzhou, Taipei and Paris (2010). In total, Mandarin Oriental now operates, or has under development, more than 9,000 rooms in 20 countries with 15 hotels in Asia, 12 in the Americas and seven in Europe and North Africa.