Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Hong Kong


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Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Hong Kong


Hong Kong

Overlooking glittering Victoria Harbour, the hotel has been the centre of Hong Kong’s social and business scene since 1963. The glamorous past is echoed in a lavish redesign which saw all rooms and suites transformed into the vanguard of contemporary luxury. The Mandarin Oriental's reputation continues to endure with their legendary service. Each of the guestrooms enjoy sprawling views of the water and Hong Kong’s legendary skyline. Adorned in a classical style, an obvious Asian and Oriental influence lingers within the furniture and use of space and materials. All of the rooms are equipped with the modern amenities and conveniences one would expect from a hotel of this standing.

Hotel facilities include a state-of-the-art fitness centre where you can work on reaching your peak physical fitness with the available personal trainers before taking a dip in the indoor heated swimming pool. The Mandarin Salon is an exquisite hair and beauty sector within the hotel – a pampering session all guests should experience before leaving.


Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Hong Kong

You enter our Macau Suite through double doors that reveal a domed entrance hall and continue through rooms inspired by a Portuguese colonial home. The Macanese were the true inventors of the East meets West look, this is synthesised in the rooms style. Our Macau suite has long been a favourite of loyal guests. Read More...

Our Tamar Suite is named after the former British Naval headquarters, which Mandarin Oriental used to overlook. The style reflects some fine nautical details alluding to the luxuries of a private yacht, with timber panelling and metals.

Approximately 93 to 115 square meters / 1,001 to 1,238 square feet. Read More...

Named in memory of one of our most esteemed guests and a loyal ambassador of Mandarin Oriental hotels. Patrick Lichfield was the renowned photographer behind our famous advertising campaign. This suite created by Nikki Haslam reflects the eclectic tastes and style of Lord Lichfield.

Approximately 80 square meters/861 square feet. </ Read More...

The design alludes to all the acute finesse associated with the traditions of Japanese hospitality. Pale maple furniture is accented in black lacquer, the carpet weave echoes tatami matting and selected pieces of Japanese artwork decorate the walls. The overall effect is light and tranquil.

Approximately 80 square meters/ 861 square feet. Read More...