The Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong: an exclusive sanctuary

The iconic Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, is the epitome of contemporary luxury combined with oriental heritage. Having delighted guests with its award-winning service and impressive facilities for over 50 years, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is the much-loved address of those seeking an exclusive sanctuary in the heart of this exciting metropolis.

The epitome of luxury

Located in Hong Kong’s Central district, the legendary Mandarin Oriental is only steps away from the city’s finest shopping, entertainment and historical areas, offering the perfect location for both leisure and business travellers.

With a fantastic Central location, a sleek design, impressive service and outstanding facilities, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong has become as legendary as the city itself. As popular now as it’s ever been, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is one in a million.

Staying in one of the 501 beautifully designed rooms and suites will make you feel as if you’re returning home. Indeed, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong’s spacious rooms and suites offer magnificent views of the famous Victoria Harbour and the city’s skyline.

Diners are spoilt for choice as Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is home to 10 outstanding restaurants and bars, which include three with Michelin-stars.

These are Pierre Gagnaire’s two-Michelin-starred restaurant Pierre, and the Michelin-starred Mandarin Grill + Bar, which serves exciting adaptations of grill specialties with a dash of progressive gastronomy, and Michelin-starred Man Wah, where guests can experience outstanding local Cantonese dishes.

For those seeking total relaxation, the award-winning Mandarin Spa, covering three floors, offers a haven of tranquillity where holistic treatments are available alongside an indoor swimming pool and 24-hour fitness centre.

Meanwhile, The Mandarin Salon and Mandarin Barber offer the ultimate in urban grooming for both women and men.

Rooms & Suites

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is home to 430 oversized guestrooms and 71 suites, each of which has been individually furnished and decorated to embrace the hotel’s Oriental heritage, while being combined with a fresh, contemporary feel to offer harmony and serenity.

Attention has been paid to even the smallest detail that makes a difference, from exquisite materials to hand-crafted finishes, creating the level of refined luxury that guests of this iconic property have come to expect.

None of Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong’s six signature suites is alike, with each one lovingly created to reflect a true sense of place and most offering breathtaking views over Victoria Harbour.

The most striking of the collection is the Lichfield suite, dedicated to the memory of Patrick Lichfield, the esteemed photographer who was a regular guest of the hotel and the photographer behind the Group’s award-winning “He’s/She’s a Fan” advertising campaign.

The interior design for this suite, done by Nicky Haslam, pays homage to Lord Lichfield’s eclectic style and celebrated life by incorporating personal mementos and framed photographs.

The seven room presidential suite, aptly named the Mandarin Suite, boasts priceless objets d’art, a balcony and double height full-length soaring windows overlooking Victoria Harbour. Restored furniture is artfully mixed with carefully selected hand-crafted pieces sourced personally by the hotel’s General Manager.

The master bedroom features a vast en suite bathroom with a large mosaic bath that offers views of Hong Kong’s cityscape on one side. An adjoining couple’s spa suite offers a private sanctuary for treatment, reflection and exercise.

In short, for breathtaking style, legendary service and an unbeatable reputation, it just has to be Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong.

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