The Landmark Mandarin Oriental

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is one of Asia’s most luxurious, stylish and contemporary hotels, with some of the largest hotel rooms in Hong Kong and one of the premier holistic spas offering a comprehensive range of Eastern and Western treatments and extensive wellness facilities. Designed as an urban oasis located in the heart of Central, the 111-keys hotel boasts six stunning restaurants and bars including the two-Michelin-starred Amber restaurant and the three-Michelin-starred Sushi Shikon. The Hotel is a pioneer in sustainability and advocates ethical sourcing and the removal of single-use plastic.   In addition, the Hotel’s exceptional speciality suites ae perfect for designer showcase, product launches and other celebrations.

FANTASTIC FACTS

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is the first hotel to debut its own music album. Titled “Friends of MO Bar,” the compilation features world-renowned musicians who performed and stayed at the hotel such as Alicia Keys, Harry Connick Jr., John Legend, Wyclef Jean, and many more, and currently has produced 3 CDs.

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong boasts among the highest staff to guest ratio of 3:1 in Hong Kong, dedicated to offering highly personalised services to discerning guests from around the world.

The Oriental Spa is the only Spa in Greater China having the world-renowned Pedi:Mani:Cure Studio by Bastien Gonzalez and a resident French podiatrist offering the foot virtuoso’s award-winning treatments; and it is the only spa that has been rewarded “Most Attractive Spa Treatment of the Year” at the SpaChina Awards for two consecutive years thanks to Bastien Gonzalez’s innovative and luxurious approach to pedi:mani:cure.

The two-level MO Bar features a dramatic moving, glass “drawbridge” and a large circular light sculpture representing the Chinese symbol for “shared experience.”

 

 

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The Landmark

Hotel at a glance

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With a prime location in Central, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental is only minutes away from the city’s best-loved shops and restaurants.

  • Located in the city’s premier business district
  • Adjacent to Central MTR station and a short walk to Hong Kong Airport Express station
  • A five-minute walk to the nightlife and entertainment district

With a striking contemporary décor, our rooms and suites are among the largest in Hong Kong.

  • Spacious guest rooms with cutting edge design
  • Elegant suites with sense of luxury
  • Advanced in-room technology

Expect a vibrant atmosphere and delicious cuisine in our dining outlets.

  • Contemporary French menu by renowned chef Richard Ekkebus at Amber
  • Cocktails, organic dining and stunning design at MO Bar
  • Late-night cocktails with an intimate bar concept at PDT

Our award-winning spa is widely regarded as one of the best in Asia.

  • Two-floor, state-of-the-art facility
  • 15 treatment rooms, including a VIP Sanctuary Suite for couples
  • Authentic Turkish Hammam, Moroccan Rasul and Roman Laconium
  • Holistic spa areas include experience showers, vitality pools, ice fountains, amethyst crystal steam rooms, saunas, and Zen Relaxation Rooms
  • 18-metre indoor pool
  • Hi-tech fitness centre
  • Yoga and Pilates studios

We offer excellent technology, great service and a discreet environment for business meetings and events.

  • Located in the heart of Central’s business district
  • Two high-tech meeting spaces, together accommodating up to 80 guests
  • High speed Wi-Fi in the hotel’s public areas
  • Complimentary greeting service at the airport gate for some room categories

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Your essential guide to The Landmark

Hong Kong’s beguiling energy is epitomised by its slick Central district and the super-central Landmark Mandarin Oriental is located on one of the most historic – and zingiest – streets in town.