Hong Kong, 8 April 2013 – With luxurious hotel amenities and legendary service, the Tai Pan Club at Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C. surrounds guests with a range of pampering experiences. Exclusively available to guests in rooms and suites on the hotel’s eighth floor, the Tai Pan Club now features a host of new services this spring, including expanded gourmet culinary offerings, secure access, private concierge service and expedited check-in/check-out options.
“The Tai Pan experience has been refined to reflect our guest preferences,” said General Manager Adriaan Radder. “Frequent Tai Pan patrons, as well as our first-time guests, will find exciting enhancements to our services as a result. The culinary offering alone will entice guests to add the Tai Pan experience to their next stay at Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C.”
Rates for the Tai Pan Club experience begin at USD 395, and provide guests with the following amenities:
Luxury Overnight Accommodations
Members will delight in one of the hotel’s 49 guest rooms, including 5 suites, located on the eighth floor. Rooms feature 480-thread count sateen linens, customized furnishings, high-speed Internet access, three dual-line phones with voicemail, two flat-screen televisions and lavish marble bathrooms, many with monumental views.
The Club Lounge
Located on the eighth floor, the Lounge features an inviting modern décor with oriental accents and can be securely accessed by members only. The Club features daily breakfast, daily cocktail and hors d'oeuvre reception and a selection of sweets, savories and seasonal whole fruit. The Club Lounge also includes a fully staffed bar, comfortable sitting area, views of the cityscape, business facilities and private library for meetings (complimentary in two-hour increments).
Dedicated Concierge and Private Check-in
Tai Pan guests have access to a dedicated staff who will provide express check-in/check-out, in addition to exclusive services obtaining theatre tickets, last-minute dinner reservations and site-seeing excursions to explore the nation’s capital.
The Tai Pan Lounge derived its name from the Chinese term “Tai Pan,” commonly used to refer to influential foreign businessmen and high-powered executives in the 19th Century doing business in China and Hong Kong.
For Tai Pan Club reservations, please contact the hotel directly at +1 (202) 787-6140, toll free (888) 888-1778, or visit www.mandarinoriental.com/washington.