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Fairmont Peace Hotel vs Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai

Both hotels are rated very highly by expert writers. Overall, Fairmont Peace Hotel is the choice of most writers compared to Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai. Fairmont Peace Hotel is ranked #1 in Shanghai with positive reviews from 16 reviews such as Rough Guide, Travel + Leisure and Condé Nast Traveler.

Fairmont Peace Hotel
9 / 10
No.20 Nanjing East Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai 200002
From $266 /night
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  • Free Internet
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Frommer's
"Shanghai's best-known historic hotel... with guest rooms elegantly appointed and fitted with the latest state-of-the-art amenities." Full review
Concierge
"Reopened in 2010 after a three-year makeover, Shanghai's 80-year-old grande dame has been restored to its 1930s glory days."
Insight Guides
"Sir Victor Sassoon’s glorious Art Deco palace on the Bund reopened in 2010 after a no-expense-spared renovation which retained many of the exquisite interior details."
Lonely Planet
Top Choice
"If anywhere in town fully conveys the swish sensations of 1930s Shànghǎi, it’s the old Cathay, which rises majestically from the Bund." Full review
Travel + Leisure
"The city’s famous Cathay Hotel was renamed the Peace Hotel in 1956, and in 2010 was taken over by Fairmont Hotels & Resorts." Full review
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Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai
9 / 10
111 Pudong Road (S) Pudong, Shanghai 200120
From $418 /night
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  • Hot Tub
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
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Star Service
"Located in Lujiazui, Shanghai's evolving financial hub, the Mandarin Oriental is among the more recent luxury openings on this side of the river" Full review
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There are only one-bedroom suites in the hotel tower; guests looking for more space can ask for connecting rooms or upgrade to multibedroom suites in the residential tower.
Time Out
"After a Guangzhou opening earlier this year, luxury hotel brand Mandarin Oriental has this month opened their first Shanghai hotel with a new property in Lujiazui." Full review
BlackBook
"Its got 362 swish, stylish and magnificently appointed rooms. But you'll likely be spending most of your time at its eponymous spa or amidst the dizzying array of epicurean offerings."
Forbes Travel Guide
5 Stars
"As you pull up to the new Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai, one thing is clear — you can successfully create a city hotel that feels like a secluded escape." Full review
Frommer's
"This luxury hotel chain is a latecomer to the Shanghai market, but owners have used the time to size up the competition and open in 2013 with a great attention to detail." Full review
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