Mandarin Oriental

For more than 50 years, Mandarin Oriental has been one of the most elegant and luxurious hotel groups offering world-class accommodations, spas and fine dining experiences in its 30 hotels and eight residences in 20 countries in Asia, Europe and the Americas.

Mandarin Oriental’s history spans both distant and recent past with the Oriental Hotel in Bangkok opening in 1863 and the Mandarin Hotel in Hong Kong opened only in 1963. The group officially formed in 1974 and acquired both eponymous properties, resulting in two ‘flagship’ hotels.

Mandarin Oriental properties are marked with distinctive design and a strong sense of place. Committed to exceeding guest expectations and being a leader of innovation in the luxury hospitality industry, Mandarin Oriental delivers its signature hospitality service and modern luxury with oriental charm as it continues to expand globally.

Landmark Mandarin Oriental

Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong

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.

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Mandarin Oriental Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand

For over 140 years, royalty, celebrities, dignitaries, and distinguished travelers from Graham Greene to Rudyard Kipling have stayed in the legendary Oriental on the Chao Phraya. The 331 guest rooms and suites, with views over the river and the city, are sumptuous. The many restaurants and bars, serving all types of Asian and Western cuisine, are in a class of their own: Le Normandie is one of the best French restaurants in all of Asia - with an opulent setting and a superb menu - and is frequented by members of the Thai Royal Family. The Oriental Spa and fitness center are fabulous, with world-class treatments, equipment and facilities. This richly historical hotel has been consistently ranked by top publications as one of the world's finest hotels. The Mandarin Oriental Bangkok is a one-hour drive from Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK).

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Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong

The iconic Mandarin Oriental has been the standard-bearer for hotels in Hong Kong since it opened its doors in 1963. Just 40 minutes from Chek Lap Kok International Airport (HKG), the Mandarin Oriental sits in the heart of Central, Hong Kongs financial district, and has 502 rooms and suites decorated with modern Asian touches, such as Chinois day bed loungers that easily convert into sofa beds, and views of the city and/or Victoria Harbor. The Mandarin Spa offers a full suite of spa and beauty services based on traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic healing therapies, and has eight private treatment rooms including two couples' suites, each with private steam shower and tub. There are 10 distinct restaurants and bars, including Man Wah, the hotels exquisite Cantonese restaurant on the 25th floor, the elegant Krug Room, which serves special tasting menus paired with Krug champagnes, and The Mandarin Cake Shop, which displays its myriad of freshly baked treats like jewelry in gorgeous glass cases. Other facilities and amenities include a fitness center, indoor heated pool on the top floor, wi-fi access everywhere, and IT butlers to assist you with any technological queries you may have.

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Mandarin Oriental Hotel

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The Mandarin Oriental is ideally situated in the heart of Kuala Lumpur between the Petronas Twin Towers and Kuala Lumpur City Center Park. The hotel has 643 rooms, including 41 suites, Mandarin Oriental Club floors, and 51 fully serviced apartments. There are also plenty of restaurants and bars, including Casbah, an Arabesque-style lounge, Lai Po Heen, a Chinese restaurant serving Cantonese cuisine, and Wasabi Bistro, a contemporary Californian-Japanese inspired restaurant. Amenities include two ballrooms and 16 function rooms, a business center, high-speed or wireless Internet access throughout the hotel, a spa with nine treatment rooms, a fitness center, an outdoor infinity pool, tennis courts and squash courts. The hotel is only approximately a 30-minute drive from Kuala Lumpur international airport (KUL).

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Mandarin Oriental Macao

Macao Peninsula, Macao

One of the most exclusive hotels in Macao, Mandarin Oriental Macao is a decidedly elegant and lavish retreat. With a chic, contemporary design, gourmet restaurants and personal service, our hotel exudes a sophisticated atmosphere and a sense of relaxed luxury. Located on the waterfront just 15 minutes from the airport, the hotel boasts 213 rooms and suites all with large floor-to-ceiling windows and spectacular bay views. The hotel’s Vida Rica restaurant offers gourmet Asian cuisine and snacks, and there is also a cake shop and a Lobby Lounge bar/café. The hotel also has a luxurious spa/fitness centre and a small 25m lap pool.

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