Presiding over the Victoria Harbour since 1963, Mandarin Oriental has long been a luxury icon amidst Hong Kong’s glittering skyline.
The Mandarin Oriental is always local Hong Konger’s favourite meeting place. The hotel’s avant-garde facilities cater to both high-society business and relaxing social evenings. Its 501 rooms are spaciously designed , and offer mesmerizing views of the city and habour. This is a place where executives can take a breather in comfort after the stress of a busy day at work. Fashionistas can also look forward to shopping at world-class fashion houses just around the corner.
Dining options abound at the Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong including favourites such as The Captain’s Bar and Mandarin Grill and Bar.
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Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong Information
- Location & Getting There
In the heart of the Central district, overlooking Victoria Harbour, Mandarin Oriental is a 40-minute drive from Hong Kong International Airport.
The hotel provides 430 guestrooms with mesmerizing views of the city and harbour, and 71 individually-designed suites. Superior, Deluxe, Premier and Harbour Rooms offer the choice of king or twin-sized beds and large windows that open out onto magnificent views of different parts of the city. There are 10 different types of suites, with the more luxurious ones such as Tamar Suite comprising of a pantry, a large bedroom with adjacent walk-in closet, a bathroom, a spacious living/dining room with a sofa, working desk and a balcony that runs the entire length of the living/dining room. The Macau Suite features a separate dining room complete with a circular dining table that sits up to 8 guests, while the Mandarin Suite hosts up to 12 guests, has a kitchen as well as a couple’s spa suite adjoining the bedroom.
- Indoor lap pool
- Salon & barber
- Traditional Chinese Medicine treatment
- Conference rooms
- Dining: 6 restaurants, 4 bars & lounges
The richness of Hong Kong’s food and culture lies just minutes away from the hotel. Located across Victoria Harbour from Hong Kong Island, guests can explore the vibrant west Kowloon, shop till they drop at Temple Street Night Market and Jade Market (fashionistas can also look forward to shopping at world-class fashion houses just around the corner), sample Hong Kong’s world-class nightlife at Lan Kwai Fong or simply head to one of the many outlying islands for a hike. An abundant of other tourist attractions are bound to keep guests well entertained throughout their holiday.
In-room amenities can be provided upon special request with no extra charge and babysitting service is available.