Welcome to a new era.

Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London is undergoing one of the most extensive renovations in its glorious 115 year history, designed to solidify the hotel’s position as one of the best hotels in central London. Situated in Knightsbridge, just a short walk from Harrods, the hotel remains open throughout the renovation which will be completed in Spring 2018.

International renowned designer, Joyce Wang, has been commissioned to oversee the overall design concept, and has taken her inspiration from the hotel’s royal heritage and peaceful parkside location, as well as the glamour of the early 20th century's Golden Age of travel.

All 181 rooms and suites will be more luxurious and comfortable than ever before, encompassing details inspired by the building's Edwardian heritage and the natural beauty of Hyde Park. Art Deco inspired features include carefully curated artworks and custom-designed furniture, creating a warm and inviting environment.



In addition, two entirely new, luxurious penthouse suites will be created, with private terraces and extensive views over the park. Esteemed New York designer Adam D. Tihany has been appointed to oversee an inspirational and uplifting renovation of The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, as well as a light refurbishment of the hotel’s popular restaurants and bar.

On the 25 January 2017, the hotel revealed a dramatic new lobby and reception area, that combine contemporary grandeur with a refreshing play on traditional luxury for guests to enjoy.

To celebrate the transformation, Mandarin Oriental commissioned Sir Peter Blake, one of the most famous pop art artists in the world, to create a collage entitled ‘Our fans’ that will cover the hotel’s iconic façade until 1 May 2017. Find out more >

NOTICE FOR GUESTS

Until the summer of 2017 the main entrance to the hotel will be located further along Knightsbridge through the Ballroom Entrance.

We would like to reassure our loyal guests that during this period of renovation, we are doing everything possible to minimise disruption, with noise being restricted from 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday and from 10am to 1pm on Saturday.