Mandarin Oriental comes to Taiwan

Located on Dunha North Road, Taipei’s primary tree-lined boulevard, the newly-opened Mandarin Oriental Taipei, is bringing new levels of luxury to the Taiwanese city. The new hotel boasts 256 guest rooms and 46 suites featuring classic design aesthetics enlivened by contemporary touches. Among the most spacious in the city, the rooms are equipped with the latest technology, luxurious marble bathrooms, and walk-in closets; each room also provides access to the Oriental Club.

The Mandarin Oriental Taipei, also showcases innovative dining concepts. Coco, the contemporary French brasserie designed by Tony Chi, serves classic brasserie fare and international favourites; Ya Ge, with its personalised service and private rooms, is the perfect spot for fine-dining Cantonese; while at Bencotto, visitors will enjoy authentic Italian cuisine overseen by Michelin-starred Italian chef Mario Cittadini. Rounding out the hotel’s luxurious amenities are the stylish M.O. Bar; The Jade Lounge, which serves the renowned Mandarin Oriental afternoon tea; The Spa at Mandarin Oriental Taipei; a fully-equipped fitness centre; and a 20-metre heated pool.

To celebrate its opening, the Mandarin Oriental, Taipei has unveiled two opening offers. The Stay for more package (from NT$16,500/US$550) provides three nights’ luxurious accommodation; while the Dining Experience package, for two people, (from NT$19,800/US$660) features luxurious accommodation, a signature Mandarin Oriental Breakfast at Coco; a 3-course dinner at Coco or Bencotto; and welcome drinks at M.O. Bar.

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