The hotel will be part of Harbour City, a vast new development containing high-end retail outlets, entertainment venues, office towers, private residences and landscaped gardens.
Boasting 318 stylish guestrooms plus 44 lavish suites, the new Mandarin Oriental Shanghai will feature a host of luxurious amenities including 13 private spa and beauty suites and a fully equipped Fitness & Wellness Centre.
Designed by world-renowned architect Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica, the rooms feature original artworks, state-of-the-art technology and sweeping views over the Huangpu River.
Moreover the hotel is also home to the largest Presidential Suite in Shanghai, spanning 788 square metres with a sky garden terrace and stunning river views.
Room, rates will start at 430 euros per night for a Deluxe Room and rise up to 680 euros per night for an Executive Suite.
The Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group was formed in 1985 as part of a merger between two luxury Asian Hotels: The Mandarin in Hong Kong and The Oriental in Bangkok.