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Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong: Exterior

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong: Exterior

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Description


Located in the heart of the business, shopping and entertainment district of Hong Kong, this iconic hotel truly defines Oriental sophistication. Offering some of the most spacious and luxurious guest accommodation in Asia, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong boasts spectacular views over Victoria Harbour, or the city with its futuristic neon skyscrapers. Lavish guest rooms and suites feature contemporary, yet elegant accommodation, with enough technology to impress even the most seasoned traveller and IT Butlers ready to assist.

Details:+
  • Type:Luxury Hotel
  • Summary:Located in Hong Kong's business and entertainment district
  • Feature:There is no mistaking why the service is legendary here
  • Rooms:501 rooms & suites
  • Location:Hong Kong
  • Nearest airport:Hong Kong Airport
Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong exterior
Amenities
Location and transfer

40 minutes from Hong Kong Airport by private car transfer. NB: Visas are required for China.

Pricing

Stay 2 nights from £445 p.p. in a Superior Room, room only, including transfers. Flights available on request.

Prices are For guidance only. They are subject To availability, change And current exchange rate. You will be advised Of the price Of the holiday that you wish To book before your contract Is confirmed.

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Accommodation:+

All guest rooms and suites have a flat-screen television, radio, telephone, mini-bar, hairdryer and safe. The sophisticated technology available in the accommodation is complemented by the assistance of IT Butlers, as and when required. 

Deluxe Suite :+
  • Rooms: 2
  • Size: 72m2
  • Room View: City views
  • Facilities: This stunning suite is a stylish and tranquil haven in the heart of the thriving city. Comprising spacious living area, king size bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and magnificent master bathroom, the chic contemporary design is truly inspired whilst the indulgent freestanding bathtub is particularly inviting. Deluxe Suites enjoy city views via the floor to ceiling glass walls. Amenities include twice daily housekeeping service, silk kimonos, luxurious linens and separate guest bathroom with Aqua Di Parma toiletries.
Superior Room:+
  • Size: 35-40m²
  • Room View: Ice House Street views
  • Facilities: Technological amenities include a cleverly designed steamer trunk cabinet containing a high-spec media unit and bar, a 37" flat-screen television (a second 15" screen is situated in the bathroom), iPod docking station and a Butler on each floor to cater to your needs. This accommodation offers king-size or twin beds and features bathrooms with walk-in showers and baths, along with hermes amenities.
Deluxe Room:+
  • Size: 35-40m²
  • Room View: Chater Road views
  • Facilities: Deluxe Rooms feature king-size or twin beds, luxury bathrooms with walk-in showers, a separate bath and Hermes amenities, an iPod docking station and a walk-in wardrobe. For the perfect night's sleep, guests can choose from a pillow menu and either pure Irish linen or 100% cotton bedding.
Harbour Room:+
  • Size: 40m²
  • Room View: Victoria Harbour views
  • Facilities: Glass-walled bathrooms give a glimpse of the harbour from your shower (there is a blind for privacy) and feature walk-in showers and Hermes amenities. Binoculars are provided in the Harbour Rooms, ensuring guests fully benefit from the views in the harbour. King-size or twin beds are available.
Dining:+

There are ten restaurants at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, including the one Michelin-star restaurant, Mandarin Grill + Bar and the two Michelin-star, Pierre, serving exquisite French cuisine.

Mandarin Grill + Bar:+
  • Cuisine: Modern European cuisine
  • Setting: Enjoy the light and airy contemporary setting of this One Star Michelin restaurant, where - legend has it - fortunes and reputations have been made and even unmade.
  • Dress Code: Smart/casual
  • Children's Menu: No
  • Vegetarian Option: No
Pierre:+
  • Cuisine: French cuisine
  • Setting: Huge windows frame magnificent views of Victoria Harbour in this Two Michelin Star restaurant, situated on the 25th floor.
  • Dress Code: Smart/casual
  • Children's Menu: No
  • Vegetarian Option: No
Man Wah:+
  • Cuisine: Traditional Cantonese cuisine
  • Setting: Man Wah is an elegant dining room with a Michelin Star, situated on the 25th floor. Rich interiors feature exquiste attention-to-detail, such as turquoise napkin rings and hand-carved chopsticks.
  • Dress Code: Smart/casual
  • Children's Menu: No
  • Vegetarian Option: No
Cafe Causette:+
  • Cuisine: International all-day dining
  • Setting: Located on the mezzanine floor, stylish Chanel-inspired interiors feature yellow silk and tweed, complemented by a convival ambience.
  • Dress Code: Smart/casual
  • Children's Menu: No
  • Vegetarian Option: No
The Krug Room:+
  • Cuisine: Creative tasting menus and the world’s most prestigious Champagne, Krug
  • Setting: One of Hong Kong’s best-kept dining secrets, this exclusive table for twelve enjoys a hidden location in the heart of the hotel’s kitchens and serves between 10 and 14 courses.
  • Dress Code: Smart/casual
  • Children's Menu: No
  • Vegetarian Option: No
Clipper Lounge:+
  • Cuisine: International buffet-style cuisine and Afternoon Tea
  • Setting: Fondly referred to as 'Hong Kong’s sitting room', the Clipper Lounge serves as a relaxing haven and a favourite meeting place. The setting offers views overlooking Statue Square.
  • Dress Code: Smart/casual
  • Children's Menu: No
  • Vegetarian Option: No
M Bar:+
  • Cuisine: Dim sum and cocktails
  • Setting: With the Hong Kong skyline as its backdrop, the trendy top-floor M Bar features a host of textures, shapes and images to complement its cocktail and Dim Sum menu.
  • Dress Code: Smart/casual
  • Children's Menu: No
  • Vegetarian Option: No
The Chinnery:+
  • Cuisine: Traditional British cuisine
  • Setting: Take time out and escape to the first floor and the uniquely 'private club' ambience of The Chinnery. It offers one of the world's largest collections of single malt whiskey.
  • Dress Code: Smart/casual
  • Children's Menu: No
  • Vegetarian Option: No
Captain's Bar:+
  • Cuisine: Cocktails and after-dinner digestifs
  • Setting: A convivial space to meet at the end of a busy day or after dinner. Lunch is served from Monday to Friday and live music is played in the evenings.
  • Dress Code: Smart/casual
  • Children's Menu: No
  • Vegetarian Option: No
The Mandarin Cake Shop:+
  • Cuisine: Homemade delicacies, including chocolates, cakes and breads.
  • Setting: A long-time favourite over the past twenty-five years, try to resist the temptations in the glass cabinet displays, if you can!
  • Dress Code: Casual
  • Children's Menu: No
  • Vegetarian Option: No
Leisure:+
City Life

Hong Kong makes for a fantastic urban firework; radiating light, colour and a thousand gasps from its first-time visitors. Split into distinct areas, Hong Kong Island is the financial hub of the city; modern, affluent and with bravado to match, while Kowloon is renowned for its malls, street markets and residences. Dividing these two districts is the world-recognisable harbour, with Hong Kong Island providing a backdrop of luminous skyscrapers. Embark on a nighttime cruise and witness the Symphony of Lights - a multimedia display of futuristic lights spread across forty skyscrapers - or indulge in round-the-clock shopping and boxes of Chinese noodles sold from streetside food stalls. If the pace of this hectic city all gets too much, abscond to one of Hong Kong's two-hundred-and-sixty external islands for recuperation.

Family

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is extremely child-friendly, with each guest under the age of five years old receiving a baseball cap, polo shirt, backpack and teddy bear on arrival, as well as mini-slippers and bathrobes in their room.

Health & Fitness

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is the proud home of the first Kinesis Centre in Hong Kong and Mandarin Spa, including the city's first authentic Ayurvedic Centre.

This is an independent review written by LuxuryBARED. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of Elegant Resorts.

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