Shangri-La Manzhouli Opens In Inner Mongolia

Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts has opened the new Shangri-La Manzhouli in the northeastern tip of China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, celebrating the city’s diversity with design cues and tapestries influenced by Mongolian, Chinese and Russian cultures. Located 20 minutes from the local airport and overlooking Xiaobei Lake and Northern Square, the 235-room hotel designed by Eva Wan Studio welcomes guests . 


The guestrooms and suites are designed in a contemporary style with Asian art and a predominantly purple colour palette creating a welcoming atmosphere for guests. Each accommodation is furnished with luxurious amenities including luxury bedding, spacious bathroom with separate bathtub and shower, LCD television with cable programming, complimentary high-speed internet access, direct-dial telephone with voicemail function, executive workdesk, in-room safe, minibar and coffee-/tea-making facilities. Guests staying in the Horizon Club guestrooms and suites will also enjoy complimentary access to the Horizon Club Lounge and late check-out.


Shangri-La Manzhouli houses some of the finest restaurants in the city, serving a variety of cuisines catering to varied tastes. Shang Palace, the brand’s signature Chinese restaurant, offers delectable Cantonese and Northern Chinese cuisine with traditional and Mongolian-style private dining rooms, while Salt and Bread delivers modern Russian favorites complemented by an extensive wine selection and a live Russian performance. Guests preferring international cuisine can head to the all-day dining Cafe 99 and its open kitchen or the Lobby Lounge and its views of the garden and lake.


Business travellers and meeting planners have access to the largest portfolio of conference and meeting venues, including the pillar-less Grand Ballroom that can accommodate up to 1,200 guests. Each venue features a full range of modern audio-visual and communications equipment and is supported by the hotel’s full-service business center. For recreation, there is a 1,286-square meter Health Club with a 25-meter indoor swimming pool, steam bath, sauna and fully-equipped gymnasium.


Shangri-La Manzhouli is the brand’s third property in Inner Mongolia, joining the Shangri-La Baotou and Shangri-La Huhhot. Across China, the group operates 31 hotels and resorts under its Shangri-La, Traders and Kerry Hotels brands, with a further 11 properties under development in Chongqing, Diqing, Haikou, Lhasa, Nanjing, Qinhuangdao, Shanghai, Shenyang, Tangshan, Tianjin and Yangzhou.


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