One of the world’s most famous hotels, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is a five-star urban retreat in the heart of the city. By combining traditional Asian service with a sleek contemporary design, excellent dining and cutting-edge facilities, Mandarin Oriental have created a luxury hotel for the 21st century. In the middle of the Central district, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is ideally located for all major attractions. With a refined design reflecting the Oriental heritage, the rooms and suites are some of the most spacious in the city. The restaurants and bars offer a range of cuisine and dining experiences. After a long day, privileged guests can escape the stresses of the city with the luxurious spa and leisure facilities.
Exceptional cityscape views set the scene for the serene City View Rooms, each one a residential-like open-plan sanctuary with a rich autumnal colour palette in deep burgundy, gold and caramel. Luxurious furnishings in woven silk, leather and walnut are infused with a hint of the Orient as are the selection of black lacquer, bronze, and vintage Chinese artworks and accessories. The adjoining bathroom combines practicality and style with sleek Travertine stone, Black Forest Chinese marble and an over-size mirror. Thoughtful details such as picture windows add a touch of modern comfort. To ensure a wonderful night’s sleep, the guestroom also offer a comprehensive pillow menu, from which you can choose your favourite style.
Expansive windows showcasing panoramic views over Victoria Harbour towards Kowloon provide a dramatic backdrop for guests looking for a memorable experience of quintessential Hong Kong. Choose either a traditional wood panelled Taipan-style room or, for those looking for a little extra flexibility, the Verandah-style room featuring an oversized Chinoise day lounger where a curtain conveniently converts the enclosed verandah into a semi-private space. Decorated in an elegantly neutral palette of golden beiges and creamy taupes, rooms feature elegant walnut wall panelling, distinctive vintage Chinese artworks and luxurious Jim Thompson silk textiles. The showpiece is the bathroom, embellished with opulent Travertine stone and Black Forest Chinese marble, and in the Verandah-style, featuring crisp white timber blinds and double basins.
The Mandarin Grill + Bar is proud to have retained its Michelin star for the sixth year running. Using the finest organic ingredients and seasonally inspired produce, the restaurant offer an exciting interpretation of grill classics with a dash of progressive gastronomy.
This stunning two-Michelin starred restaurant, situated on the 25th floor, isIt is here that diners can experience outstanding modern French cuisine in a stunning environment.
Located on the 25th floor, the Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant serves exquisite local and regional specialties. Often referred to as Hong Kong’s most beautiful dining space, Man Wah’s atmospheric décor and panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong skyline provide the perfect setting for wonderfully delicious cuisine.
Set in the heart of the hotel’s vibrant kitchen, The Krug Room is a ‘must-try’ for all visiting gastronomes. Created in partnership with Krug champagne, The Krug Room offers guests the chance to sample Executive Chef Robin Zavou’s brilliantly creative cuisine partnered with the world’s most prestigious champagne.
Café Causette’s lively show-kitchens serve a range of dishes from all over the world. Discover Asian favourites such as Nasi Goreng and Hainan Chicken Rice on an extensive menu that also features classic international offerings such as The Mandarin Burger and pizzas that are considered by many to be the best in town.
Something of an institution, the Clipper Lounge is a long-established favourite with Hong Kong locals and hotel guests alike and a wonderful place to meet at any time in the day.
With a fabulous location on the 25th floor, the M bar is the stylish epicentre of Hong Kong’s nightlife. Enjoying stunning views over the glittering skyline, have established as one of the city’s most popular destinations.
Named after the famous British artist George Chinnery, The Chinnery enjoys a relaxed club-like atmosphere with deep upholstered armchairs, green leather banquettes and warm wood panelling. Offering a laid-back alternative to the fine dining restaurants, The Chinnery specialises in traditional British cuisine with classic dishes such as cottage pie, fish and chips, and pork pie available for lunch and dinner.
Almost as famous as the hotel itself, Captain’s Bar is a city institution. Popular with both guests and locals alike, it has been Hong Kong’s favourite after-work watering hole for decades.
Specialising in decadently delicious cakes, chocolates and patisseries, The Mandarin Cake Shop has been catering Hong Kong’s sweet tooth for over 25 years.
A luxurious retreat spread over two floors, the spa’s tranquil ambience and indulgent treatments will transport you into a healing world of calm. Drawing on the philosophies of traditional Chinese Medicine, the Spa offer a range of treatments designed to optimize your emotional, physical and mental wellbeing.