With just 111 guest rooms and suites, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental is a chic boutique retreat in the heart of Hong Kong’s business and fashion districts. Famed for its stunning contemporary design, peaceful ambience and impeccable service, it offers guests a highly exclusive experience that exudes style and serenity. With a striking contemporary décor, its rooms and suites are among the largest in Hong Kong and feature the latest in-room technology. Amber Restaurant offers contemporary French fine dining, while MO Bar has superb cocktails and fine dining. The hotel’s Spa is one of the finest in Asia.
Location: Located on Hong Kong Island adjacent to MTR Central Station, guests can enjoy easy access to luxury shopping and businesses.
History: The Landmark Mandarin occupies an iconic Hong Kong building, featuring a stunning glass atrium and folded glass sails.
Service: This property has won countless awards for its restaurant, spa, and hospitality.
The rooms at the Landmark Mandarin Oriental are all furnished in a stylish contemporary manner, with dark timber floors and a neutral colour palette. Large picture windows showcase city and water views, and each room boasts Frette bathrobes and Ploh goose down bedding. Fiji drinking water is provided at turndown.
The L450 guest rooms are 450 square feet in size and come in Superior or Deluxe configurations, both of which have a spacious, open-plan design. L450 Superior rooms feature two vanity units with a mirror TV and a separate rainforest shower, while the L450 Deluxe rooms come with abundant natural light and a spa-style bathroom.
The open-plan L600 guest rooms cover 600 square feet and are available in Deluxe, Premier, and Executive configurations. L600 Deluxe features a large walk-in wardrobe and spa-inspired bathroom, L600 Premier boasts abundant natural light and a seven-foot round bathtub, while the L600 Executive has a suite layout, separate rainforest shower, round sunken bathtub, as well as city and atrium views.
This 900-square-foot one-bedroom suite is comprised of a marble entrance hall, a dining table that can seat four, a generous living space, a spa-style bathroom with a round bath, as well as original art and wall coverings.
The signature Landmark Suite covers 1,507 square feet and offers city and atrium views. The one-bedroom suite comes with a king-size bedroom, dressing room, bathroom with a seven-foot round bathtub and separate rainforest shower, a generous living area with a dining table that can seat six, a cocktail bar, a Gaggenau kitchen, and a guest bathroom.
At 1,798 square feet, the Entertainment Suite is the Landmark's largest accommodation offering, specifically designed for entertaining and VIP stays. Special features include an entertainment wall, a B&O Beolab sound system, a cinema screen measuring 13 by 11 feet, a FreshBed Sleep System, as well as private dining.
This large gymnasium includes modern exercise equipment, Pilates studio and yoga classes. Trained fitness professionals are on hand for personal session or to provide a fitness assessment.
Travelers with children can request cots, toys, child-sized robes and various baby equipment free of charge on request. Amber restaurant offers a children's menu and a babysitting service is available.
Nail and foot treatments here are done by a trained podiatrist, using advanced technology and incorporating massage techniques for a truly unique healing experience.
A heated indoor pool is available for guests from 6am to 9.30pm daily. Towels are provided.
Spread over two floors, the Mandarin Oriental's 25,000-square-foot spa features 15 treatments rooms, a VIP Sanctuary Suite, relaxation lounges, experience showers, vitality pools, amethyst crystal steam rooms, a Turkish hammam (men only), a Moroccan Rasul (women only), a Roman Laconium, saunas, ice fountains, a PEDI:MANI:CURE Studio by Bastien Gonzalez, an 18-meter indoor swimming pool, and a long list of treatments. Therapies draw from traditional Chinese medicine rituals and include special signature treatments, aromatherapy, and 100% chemical-free products by Sodashi.
Amber offers modern French cuisine with Hong Kong influences from Chef Richard Ekkebus. Special lunch meals are available, and for dinner there's a tasting menu, prix fixe menu and a la carte selections. There is a private dining room in the wine cellar seating up to 18 guests. Amber was awarded two Michelin stars in 2013.
A popular spot for shoppers, guests and executives, MO Bar offers an elegant spot for all day dining, from breakfast to lunch meetings to evening cocktails. Afternoon tea is served daily and live performers and DJs provide music most nights.
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