Located overlooking the glittering Victoria Harbour, Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong has been the centre of the city's social and business scene since 1963. Following the recent redesign and through constant attention to detail, the finest in 21st century luxury is offered for travellers. This reputation continues to endure with the hotel's legendary service.
This stunning two Michelin starred restaurant, situated on the 25th floor, is Pierre Gagnaire’s pied a terre in Hong Kong. Diners can expect outstanding modern French cuisine in a stunning environment.
Long renowned as Hong Kong’s favourite dining room, the Mandarin Grill + Bar has retained its Michelin star for the third consecutive year.
It is here that talented Executive Chef, Uwe Opocensky, serves an exciting adaptation of grill specialties with a dash of progressive gastronomy. High-quality organic ingredients and seasonally inspired dishes remain the backbone of this restaurant, however Uwe’s ingenious touches adds an otherwise unexpected flair.
Michelin-starred Man Wah is the hotel’s signature Cantonese restaurant that is often referred to as Hong Kong’s most beautiful dining space due to its imperial splendor and panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong’s cityscape.
Café Causette offers informal contemporary all-day dining, with something for everyone.
Set in the heart of the hotel’s vibrant kitchen, The Krug Room is a ‘must-try’ for all visiting gastronomes. This intimate dining space offers excitement and intrigue throughout.
The Clipper Lounge is fondly referred to as “Hong Kong’s sitting room” and offers a relaxing haven throughout the day.
The M bar is the buzzing epicenter of Hong Kong’s nightlife. Perched on the 25th floor, this stylish bar, which boasts stunning views, has established itself as one of the city’s favourite night time destinations.
The Chinnery’s club-like atmosphere makes it the perfect place to unwind and escape from the hustle of Hong Kong.
An institution in its own right, Captain’s Bar has been Hong Kong’s favourite after-work watering hole for decades.
Home to perfectly roasted coffee and luxurious hot chocolate that is served with its own chocolate spoon, The Mandarin Cake Shop has been delighting guests and local residents for over 25 years.
This award-winning spa draws on the established Asian healing philosophies of traditional Chinese medicine to offer an extensive range of treatments, alongside heat and water experiences. The Mandarin Spa is also home to The Fitness Centre and swimming pool.
- 2,100 sq. m / 22,600 sq. ft, two-floor spa
- Eight treatment rooms (two couples’ suites and six single suites)
- Tea lounge
- Chinese herbal steam room
- Experience showers
- Ice Fountain
- Kneipp Pool
- Spa ...
The rooms are extremely spacious and sleek personal retreats; glass walls give views over the harbour and cityscape, a mesmerising scene at night. You have advanced technology, supported by an IT butler and bathrooms created for relaxation and revival.
At the hotel:
The 25th floor restaurants and bars are the high spots of dining and entertainment in Hong Kong. Each of our ten venues has a reputation in Hong Kong as regular business rendezvous, meeting in the restaurants you certainly never have to gi...
Whether it’s a lavish wedding reception or an intimate candlelit dinner, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong can offer you a truly unique and unforgettable experience.
Extremely spacious corner suites with two walls of glass, the rooms are flooded with light. Views are fabulous, especially when enjoyed from the palatial comfort of your window side bathtub. The design is stylish and dignified with timber panelling in Chinese Elm and a selection of fine jade pieces. There is a separate guest cloakroom and if you are travelling with a large wardrobe of clothes a spacious walk-in closet is offered.
Fine linens to touch and silk matting underfoot. Bathrooms finished in jade green with pounded copper and pools of red lacquer. A particularly versatile space as the adjoining living area holds another bed, making this an ideal suite for families travelling in style. Silent views of the busy harbour are quite hypnotic.
These handsome rooms have a traditional English influence in furnishing and design. Navy blues, velvet fabrics, mahogany and walnut woods, culminate in an understated elegance.
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.
Named in memory of one of the most esteemed guests and a loyal ambassador of Mandarin Oriental hotels. Patrick Lichfield was the renowned photographer behind the famous advertising campaign. This suite created by Nikki Haslam reflects the eclectic tastes and style of Lord Lichfield.
The 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.
You enter the 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. The Macau suite has long been a favourite of loyal guests.
The presidential Mandarin Suite is a magnificent space. With double height ceilings and walls of glass in the living room, the boundaries seem to melt into the skyline. A fine place to view the silent ebb and flow of traffic in Victoria Harbour.
This is a home of supreme taste and comfort, holding a gallery of priceless antiquities, touched with the flood of natural light. Original furniture from the Mandarin Suite has been restored and is blended with astutely selected handcrafted pieces.
The couple’s spa suite provides guests with their own private sanctuary for treatment, reflection and exercise. The vast en suite bath overlooks the Hong Kong cityscape.
The suite consists of living room and dining area offering plenty of space for entertaining; master bedroom, cloakroom, marble bathroom and the option of an additional guest bedroom with sitting area.
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