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Although the Mandarin Oriental’s location in the Lujiazui business district is better suited to busy execs, tourists willing to sacrifice a little bit of extra travelling time will likely be bowled over by the the hotel’s large ultra-luxurious rooms, extensive facilities and sterling service.
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