Live it up at the luxurious Mandarin Oriental Hotel at the heart of the Hong Kong Central district. Enjoy the views from up top with all the sights and attractions at your doorstep below!
Despite its stylish appearance, the Mandarin Oriental is a traditional house that celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2013. The Mandarin’s signature characteristics are its chic, contemporary interior and the dedicated, warm-hearted service.
Savour the tasteful flair, make yourself comfortable and let your
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eyes roam freely across the panoramic views of Victoria Harbour. Asian tradition is fused into a harmonic union with a tasteful Occidental style, lending the interior a uniquely special flair.
A glowing recommendation goes to the Mandarin Oriental’s superb spa: Reunite body, mind and soul and enjoy a spell of serene tranquillity. No less than eight elegant treatments rooms are available on two floors. And then, of course, all of the modern and the traditional treatments are tailored to your individual requirements.
Of course, you may also decide to slip into the large swimming pool’s welcoming water and do a few easy laps. Pick up the pace at the fully equipped gym and ask a personal trainer to detail you an individual training plan for maximum results.
Afterwards, of course, you have earned yourself a little indulgence: Gourmet chef Uwe Opocensky combines fresh, organic ingredients to create culinary sensations that are both delicious and healthy. A tasty mouthful comes with a scenic eyeful: The Mandarin Grill & Bar Restaurant boasts a magnificent view out over Statue Square. The stylish interior features a high ceiling reminiscent of shells and the service is simply outstanding.
French cuisine enthusiasts will delight over the Pierre’s classic creations spiced up with contemporary elements. Jean Denis Le Bras and his dedicated team add a special touch to every item on the menu. The Pierre looks out over Victoria Harbour and seats its distinguished guests in comfortable armchairs draped in a soft fabric.
The Man Wah is your first choice for exploring the region’s traditional cuisine prepared to perfection. Sample, explore and savour… treating your palate to the exotic delights up and down the menu. Moreover, the Man Wah commands a breathtaking panoramic view of the Hong Kong skyline and Victoria Harbour.
The Krug – Room is dedicated to the celebrated champagne of the same name. However, the Krug – Room also serves delightful delicacies prepared in the open show kitchen. It is a fascinating concept: The restaurant is reminiscent of a railway compartment with a view of the action behind the pots in the kitchen.
Treats from around the world and a welcoming, relaxing flair are the Café Causette’s signature elements. The interior adds Oriental flair. Settle down to the traditional afternoon tea or reserve a table for a long and leisurely dinner.
And afterwards? Visit the M Bar for an exotic cocktail or a glass of choice champagne. The stylish M Bar is just right for a night with friends above the blinking lights of Hong Kong. The menu lists a selection of light but elaborate snacks.
Hommage is paid to the British artist George Chinnery in the hotel’s bar of the same name. And certainly, it is one of the region’s most stylish bars: Settle down in one of the deep armchairs and sip a select whisky.
Precious wood and a red and brass design are the Captain’s Bar’s signature elements. The comfortable bar looks back on a long and proud tradition: It has been welcoming guests for more than fifty years. At night, a Jazz band plays up and the beer is served from the tap in elegant silver steins.
Follow your nose to the scrumptious Mandarin Cake Shop. The leading confectioner Yves Matthey specialises in exquisite pralines and cakes but also prepares delicious bread. Have your pick and enjoy the sweet delicacy with a cup of freshly roasted coffee. Bon Appetite!
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