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Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

Open All Year... After its grand opening in September 1963, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong quickly became recognised as one of the most prestigious Hotels of the World.

Hotel Overview

After its grand opening in September 1963, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong quickly became recognised as one of the most prestigious Hotels of the World. The concept was to create a Hotel firmly rooted in Eastern culture, providing gracious service to a standard generally only experienced in Asia, while incorporating sophisticated and modern amenities as required by discerning International travellers. The Hotel is owned by Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, the award-winning International Hotel company which operates 20 properties in 14 countries. The Hotel was designed and constructed by Leigh and Orange, one of the oldest architectural firms in Hong Kong, while the interior decor is largely the work of Don Ashton. The Hotel houses an important and impressive collection of antiques, pieces of which are displayed throughout the property and in some of the larger Suites.


The Mandarin Oriental is located on Connaught Road Central, in the heart of the Business and financial district. Overlooking Victoria Harbour and the city skyline of Hong Kong. 


  • Three minutes walk to Star Ferry and MTR underground Station.
  • Ten minutes walk to the Airport Express Link Hong Kong Station.
  • Ten minutes by car from Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
  • Thirty-five minutes by car from Hong Kong International Airport
  • Surrounded by Hong Kong's most exclusive Shopping and night life
  • Easy access to Hong Kong's prime tourist attractions


The Mandarin Oriental has 55 Suites and 486 Guestrooms, each of which has a marble Bathroom with anti-mist mirrors, TV with Satellite programmes and on-command Video Movies, a two-line Telephone, high speed Internet and e-mail Access, personal Bar, Safe, and individually controlled Air-conditioning. Almost all have private Balconies complete with a pair of binoculars, a unique feature in Hong Kong, with spectacular views across Victoria Harbour towards Kowloon, and of the breathtaking Hong Kong cityscape.

Side Harbour View Suites: Occupying the corner position of the building, the superior side harbour view Suites occupy 56 m² and consist of a harbour-view sitting Room connected to the Bedroom by a hallway, as well as two Bathrooms. The details follow the same teak and burlwood panelled theme as the Guestrooms, with Irish linen and carpets, and custom-designed chinoiserie silk. The living Room has a two-seater Sofa, two Armchairs, teakwood Coffee Table and a teakwood Writing Desk. Standard features in all Suites include two Colour TV, Facsimile Machine, personal Bar, In-Room Safe and Hairdryer, as well as Daily Fresh Fruit and Newspaper, and 24-hour Room Service.

Theme Suites: Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong features 12 luxury Theme Suites, each decorated in a distinctly different style. The most prestigious is the Mandarin Suite, which Houses several pieces from the Hotel's antique collection. The Suites are: Mandarin Suite Rroom 2402, Tamar Suite 2403, Macau Suite 2418, Victoria Suite 2201, Bauhinia Suite 2214, Pine Suite 2220, Magnolia 2102, Howarth 2114, Jade 2118, Tartary 2001, Meiji 2014 and Qing 2018.

The Mandarin Suite: The Mandarin Suite, with a view overlooking the city of Hong Kong and the magnificent Victoria Harbour, consists of a living Room, dining area, master Bedroom, Guest Bedroom, Cloakroom and two marble Bathrooms. A Balcony extends the entire length of the Suite on two sides, while the total Suite occupies a 180 m² space. The Mandarin Suite reflects the opulence of the old Chinese Court combined with the latest comforts from the West. There are a number of striking antique pieces in the Suite's luxurious sitting Room area. Perhaps the most remarkable are the two Taoist vases from the Sung Dynasty that have been modernised into lamps. Other exceptional pieces include a large 19th century Shansi lacquer chest, and a colourful screen depicting village life in the Pearl River Delta. Also beautiful is the Qing Dynasty Court Robe, which has been framed and hangs in the living Room. The grey-and-white-marbled master Bathroom has separate vanity units, a Steam Room and Whirlpool, and comes complete with a Television that is set in the gold domed ceiling.

The Tamar Suite: The Tamar Suite commands a panoramic view over the city and Victoria Harbour. Extending to a total of 136 m², the Suite consists of a living Room, dining area, Study, one Bedroom, Butler's Kitchen and two marble Bathrooms. A Balcony runs along the full length of the living and dining area. The decor of the Tamar Suite reflects the nautical theme of its namesake H.M.S. Tamar, the British Royal Navy Shore Establishment which it formerly overlooked. The teak wall panelling, brass fittings and English Adams-style Fireplace provide the comforts of home within the most luxurious surroundings. The simple but elegant furnishings of the sitting Room and dining area are in delicate shades of blue, including padded silk walls and pale blue Chinese Tai Ping carpets. The wood wall panelling continues through to the Bedroom, which is offset in plum and rose upholstery with Regency-striped draperies.

The Macau Suite: The Macau Suite, long a favourite at the Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, was redesigned in 1990 by interior designer Lynn Henchman and occupies a 73.8 m² space. Double doors open to reveal a gold domed entrance hall and black marble floor with a decorative inlaid border. The interior reflects opulent classic European taste, created with the use of Spanish fabrics, French and English trimmings, ornate mirrors and hand-painted finishes. The sitting room, with its striking yellow, gold and cream colour scheme, also features a circular dining Table, and a wall of maple-wood cabinets trimmed with ebony. The Bedroom is furnished with golden yellow silks, with black trimmings and a striking canopy Bed. The stunning white and black marble Bathroom has an extra large Bathtub as well as a separate Shower cubicle complete with Massage Jets.

The Bauhinia Suite: The Bauhinia Suite occupies 94 m² with spectacular views of Victoria Harbour. It is named after the national flower of Hong Kong. The Suite comprises a spacious sitting Room, master Bedroom, one Bathroom and Cloakroom. The light, contemporary design uses a black and white theme, but traditional Oriental touches have been added, including a pair of Ming Dynasty Horseback chairs and cabinet. The latter also serves as a cocktail cabinet and is situated behind a sleek black marble Bar. This Suite is also home to a large, lacquer and gilt horse made of wood that dates back to the late Ching period. This Suite is particularly well suited for entertaining since it has a glass-topped dining table with seating for six Guests. The Table and matching chairs are adjacent to the plush white settees and low black marble Coffee Table. In the Bedroom, a stunning white, grey and gold silken bedspread forms the centrepiece, while a black marble wall sets off a colourful abstract print that hangs behind the Bed. A Dressing Room connects the Bedroom to a luxurious marble Bathroom.

The Pine Suite: The Pine Suite occupies 94 m² on the North side of the Hotel, overlooking Victoria Harbour. Interior designer Lynn Henchman re-designed the Suite, which has a large sitting Room, master Bedroom, Dressing/Valet Room, two Bathrooms, a Guest Cloakroom and a Butler's pantry. This is also the only Suite that has a Sauna. The decor follows the traditional Oriental design Theme used throughout the Hotel. Pinewood and rosewood have been used predominantly for the furnishings special touches include the ornamental pine and bamboo pagodas over each of the harbour-facing French windows. The sitting Room has a subtle colour scheme of cream and pale beige that is complemented by bleached pinewood panelling, and rose-coloured silk curtains and wall coverings. The master Bedroom has a four-poster Bed with a gold-lacquered temple carving used as a Headboard.

The Tartary Suite: Interior designer Peggy Paik created this extremely elegant Art Deco style Suite by using gleaming silver complemented by subtle shades of grey and blue. The Suite covers an area of 62.6 m². In the sitting Room, the silver embossed console Table, Chairs with lion armrests and Rajasthani antiques, all provide key focal points. From the artwork and ceramic vases to the subtle fabric-covered walls, textiles have been used to great effect throughout to add interest. Clear Perspex, cool chrome and bleached wood help to illuminate details whilst satin-covered cushions on the two plush settees add colour. The Art Deco Theme continues in the Bedroom, where decorative mirrors echo the shape of the stools, Tables and Chairs. The stools are softly padded and the bedspread covered with a quilted grey and cream geometric pattern. A chaise longue, covered in Jim Thomson Thai silk, complements the silver, grey and blue colour scheme of the Suite.

The Victoria Suite: Occupying an area of 94 m², this two-Bedroom Suite was designed by the internationally renowned interior decor firm Copperthwaite and Partners. Overlooking Victoria Harbour and Chater Square, the Victoria Suite is based on an English country house. The bright, spacious sitting Room has a polished oak floor with Persian-style rugs. The centre of attention is the reproduction Fireplace, above which hangs a specially recreated 19th century oil painting of Victoria Harbour, for which the suite was named. Providing character is the richly coloured mahogany furniture inlaid with silkwood. Among the noteworthy pieces is a cocktail cabinet that houses shining crystal and silver tableware. The sofa and Armchair are upholstered in cream and blue chintz, echoing the pale English-print wallpaper. Blue moire drapery frames the Balcony window. The hallway, with its console table and decorative mirror leads to a Guest Cloakroom. In the master Bedroom is a king-size four poster Bed decorated with richly coloured chintz. In one corner of the Room is an unusual triangular Dressing Table. The Dressing area leads from the Bedroom to the luxurious Italian marble Bathroom, which features a pair of Victorian lamps flanking the mirror. The second Bedroom has a two-poster Bed, a period high-back Chair, Dressing Table and a Cabinet where the Television is stowed. The pink Portuguese marble Bathroom has a dark wood finish.

The Howarth Suite: This 62.6 m² Suite is named after John Howarth, architect of The Mandarin Hotel, as it was known when it opened in 1963. This traditionally Oriental-style Suite is decorated primarily in blue and cream. The pure lines of the rosewood furniture, dramatic fabrics and rich carpet add to the quiet dignity.

The Magnolia Suite: The Magnolia Suite occupies an area of 62.6 m² and was most recently refurbished by Lynn Henchman, who accented its tasteful and relaxing atmosphere. The original hand-painted silk mural, offset by fine Egyptian artwork, is located in the Bedroom and was responsible for giving the Suite its name. Hong Kong-based Charlotte Horstmann, a well-known antiques dealer and collector, designed it. Turquoise and gold borders accentuate the picture windows that overlook Victoria Harbour. Rich turquoise appears throughout this elegant Suite, while a green and gold Sofa adds a regal touch to the sitting Room. The wall covering creates a marbled effect in gold and cream, and the luxurious Bathroom features Portuguese Rose Aurora marble floors and walls.

The Qing Suite: The name and Theme of this Suite pronounced Ching were inspired by the carving found on the back of a Qing dynasty chair, which is reproduced on the headboard above the Bed. Boasting 62.6 m², the Suite's strong Chinese Theme has been combined with modern luxurious touches. These were first created by Korean designer Peggy Paik and recaptured by Hong Kong-based designer Lynn Henchman. Predominantly red and gold, the Suite contains many pieces of rosewood reproduction furniture in the style of the Qing Dynasty. The reproductions include the altar table in the hallway; the cabinets in the living Room, which house the Television and private Bar; and a decorative Writing Desk. Completing the warm ambience, a deep cushioned Sofa and Armchairs in red are grouped around a vibrant green marble Coffee Table with a glass top. A soft gold carpet highlights the gold pattern overlaying the red Regency-stripe wallpaper. Authentic 19th century Chinese artworks decorate the Suite. A finely detailed embroidered bridal collar hangs above the seating area and, in the Bedroom, a Burmese-Thai wedding scene is located above the Bed. A rich, dusky red-and-gold silk has been used for the curtains and pelmet, and a matching footstool, upholstered in rich gold fabric, provides the perfect excuse to sit back and enjoy the full harbour view beyond the Balcony.

The Jade Suite: The 74 m² Chinese-inspired suite has a green and white colour scheme and a light and airy feel. The white furniture and fabrics in the Bedroom provide a striking contrast to the jade green carpeting throughout.

The Meiji Suite: This traditional Japanese-inspired Suite has rich gold, black and burgundy furnishings and intricately embroidered seat covers. The eye is drawn to the delicate painted panel on the living Room and the colourful Japanese artwork in the Bedroom. The three red and black lacquer chests add to the Oriental ambience, while the Japanese Shoji window screens serve to diffuse the light from the harbour-view windows.


Lodging Facilities

Laundry & Dry Cleaning
Health / Beauty Care
Child Care
Cafeteria / Snack Bar
24 H Room Service
No Smoking Rooms
Fitness Room
Meeting Rooms
Indoor Swimming Pool
Newspaper Stand
Business Centre / Services


Internet Access
Bathroom with Shower or Bathtub
Satellite TV
Mini Bar
Safe Box

Conference facilities

PC - Printer
Booths for Simultaneous Interpreting
LCD Projector
Flip Chart
Slide Projector
Xerox Copier

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  • Fitness Centre
  • Exclusive Shopping Arcade within the Hotel
  • The Mandarin Cake Shop
  • Beauty Salon & Barber Shop
  • Cigar Divan
  • An Indoor style Roman-style Swimming pool
  • A Health Centre with Sauna, Whirlpool men's Spa only Massage and Reflexology
  • A shopping Arcade
  • Babysitting Service
  • Beauty Salon/Barber Shop
  • Concierge service
  • Electrical adapters
  • Foreign exchange facilities
  • Handicapped facilities
  • In-Room Safes
  • International Courier
  • Laundry and Valet, same-day service
  • Mail and postage facilities
  • Massage/Shiatsu
  • Multi-lingual personnel
  • Newspaper
  • Non-smoking Rooms
  • Notary public services
  • Outlets for personal Computers in Guestrooms
  • 24-hour Room Service
  • Safe Deposit Boxes
  • Secretarial Services
  • Telephones, three in each Room, two lines and FAX port, IDD available
  • Translation, Interpretation Service
  • Video Conferencing equipment

Food & Beverages

Vong Restaurant: Vong the Internationally acclaimed Restaurant concept is famous in New York, Chicago and Hong Kong where it has quickly become a fashionable addition to the dining scene. This dynamic Restaurant offers innovative French cuisine with Asian influences, a lively Bar, an elegant interior and spectacular views over Victoria Harbour.

Opening Hours:

  • Lunch: 12:00-03:00, Monday to Friday
  • Dinner: 06:00-Midnight Daily
  • Bar: 11:00-01:00, Monday to Saturday, 12:00-midnight, Sunday & Public Holidays

Man Wah Restaurant: Man Wah is Hong Kong's premier Cantonese Restaurant. The private Room, Tsui Yin Ting, resembles a Chinese pavilion, while the menu includes seasonal specialities and recipes from Imperial China. The striking table settings add an extra dimension to the elegant surroundings.

Opening Hours:

  • Lunch: 12:00-03:00, Daily
  • Dinner: 06:30-11:00, Daily
  • Dim Sum: 12:00-03:00, Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays

Mandarin Grill: A favourite venue for the city's Business elite, Mandarin Grill offers superb cuisine and fine wines in elegant surroundings. The menu has some 300 dishes to choose from ranging from Grill Room classics to vegetarian and organic choices. Breakfast spans all possibilities, while Sunday Brunch is a treat for the whole family.

Opening Hours:

  • Breakfast: 07:00-11:00, Monday to Saturday
  • Sunday Breakfast: 07:00-10:30
  • Lunch: 12:00 noon-03:00, Daily
  • Dinner: 06:30-11:00, Daily
  • Brunch: 11:30-03:00, Sunday

Chinnery Bar: The Chinnery Bar is named after the famous British artist George Chinnery, who lived and painted in Hong Kong and Macau. This intimate retreat has a cosy club like atmosphere, a superb menu of classic dishes, and one of Asia's most extensive selection of single-malt whiskies.

  • Opening Hours: 11:00-11:00, Monday-Saturday
  • Lunch: 11:30-02:30, Monday-Friday
  • Lunch: 11:30-03:00, Saturday
  • Dinner: 07.30-10.30, Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays

Clipper Lounge: Located on the mezzanine floor, the Clipper Lounge has large, comfortable seating and views of the Hotel's busy lobby. The Clipper serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, but is renowned for afternoon tea which is served on silver stands and features the Hotel's signature rose-petal jam.

  • Opening Hours: 07:30-11:30, Daily
  • Breakfast Buffet: 07:30-10:00, Monday to Friday,  07:30-10:30, Saturday, 07:30-11:00, Sunday and Public Holidays
  • Lunch Buffet: 12.00 noon-2.30, Monday to Saturday except public holidays
  • High Tea: 03.00-06.00, Daily
  • Dinner Buffet: 7.00pm - 10.00, Monday to Saturday except Public Holidays. A la Carte menu is also available
  • Tony Carpio 3-piece live band: 04.00-08.45, Monday-Saturday

Captain's Bar: The Captain's Bar is popular for its lunch time buffet and for drinks at the end of the working day. A fabulous resident band adds to the lively atmosphere and a jazz trio entertains every Sunday evening.

  • Opening Hours: 11:00-02:00, Daily
  • Lunch Buffet: 12:00-02:30, Monday to Friday
  • Snacks: 03:00-01:00
  • Band & Dancing: 09:00-01:45, Monday to Saturday
  • Jazz Band: 09:00-01:00, Sunday

The Cafe at Mandarin Oriental: The Cafe at Mandarin Oriental provides a stylish and relaxed dining experience. Situated at street level with full-length windows overlooking the busy Central district, The Cafι features an extensive menu that focuses on informal dining.

  • Opening Hours: 06:30-01:00, Daily
  • Breakfast: 06:30-11:30
  • Lunch: 11:30-03:00
  • Afternoon Tea: 03:00-06:00
  • Dinner: 06:00-01:00
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