The Landmark Mandarin Oriental - Hong Kong
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
At a Glance
Cosmopolitan urban cool exudes from every inch of this hotel
Ideal location in the heart of Central on Hong Kong Island
113 contemporary guest rooms
Amazing 25,000 sq ft spa complex
Gourmet 'Amber' restaurant and lively 'MO' bar
The L600 rooms are amazing, more like a suite with a huge circular bath and 3 TVs, they really have the ‘wow’ factor!Scott Dunn team
The best hotel spa in Hong Kong with impressive facilities including a crystal steam room and vitality pool that are complimentary for all guests to use.Scott Dunn team
Enjoy dinner at Amber, the hotel's 2 Michelin star restaurant. you will be totally mesmerized by the delicious culinary creations - all down to Dutch Head Chef Richard Ekkebus.Victoria Hogg
If budget allows opt for a L600 room. What it lacks in harbor views it makes up in size and style - one of the biggest baths I have ever seen!Scott Dunn team
In winter the hotel provide you with a Burberry Trench Coat to keep you warm!Jessica Campbell
Call us on 858 345 1762 to start planning your vacation to The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong or take a look at our itineraries to Hong Kong
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental is superbly located in the heart of the Central district. It is just minutes from the exciting nightlife and luxury brand shopping Hong Kong offers.
The 113 contemporary guest rooms are amongst the largest in the city. Every aspect is designed for pure sensory indulgence, from the stunning glass-walled bathrooms with their seven-foot round bathtubs to the revolutionary in-room entertainment, with most rooms having three LCD televisions.
The Amber restaurant offers modern European cuisine making it one of Hong Kong’s most exciting gourmet experiences or enjoy cocktails at the MO Bar, the favorite night spot of the cosmopolitan party crowd. The hotel's vast spa is a state of the art oasis with 15 treatment rooms including a sanctuary suite for couples and 'experience' showers, vitality pools, ice fountains, amethyst crystal steam rooms and Zen relaxation rooms. There is also a beautiful large indoor pool for guests to enjoy after a day out and about in this buzzing city.
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental's 113 rooms and suites have all been designed to synthesis technology, design and comfort. The L600 Deluxe and L600 Premier Rooms have great amounts of space and luxurious bathrooms and the L900 Landmark Suites have the spacious feel and the facilities of a private spa in the bathroom. The average room size is 540 square feet so they are spacious and with the added benefit of the attentive and discreet service the hotel is known for, they are comfortable and luxurious. Landmark Suites have the luxury of a separate sitting room and bedroom and are perfect for those seeking space and comfort.
More like a suite in terms of size and facilities, the L600 Premier is the largest and most luxurious guestroom with a spacious feel and contemporary design. Feel at home with richly textured furnishings, a comfortable leather sofa, elegant desk to work on and a personal pantry including some tasty treats. The spectacular glass-walled bathroom incorporates a seven-foot spa tub and rainforest shower.
This signature guestroom offers the latest in technology with three high-definition LCD televisions, enhanced quality surround sound system and wireless broadband internet access. The room includes a spectacular circular glass bathroom including a 7-foot round spa bathtub and rainforest shower.
With a large open plan living room and dining area ideal for entertaining guests, the presidential suite is suited for families or guests looking for a little more space. There are two bedrooms both fitted with large walk-in wardrobes and en suite bathrooms. Each bathroom holds a separate bath and walk-in shower with bathroom amenities from Jo Malone. The master bedroom includes a seven-foot spherical bathtub where you can relax in a customized spa bath. Enjoy the use of your own private treatment room and delight in a Mandarin Oriental signature facial or body treatment.
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The L900 Landmark Suites have a modern design throughout with a dramatic marbled catwalk entrance leading to the open-plan bathroom with a seven-foot spherical spa bath tub and rainforest shower. To one side is the elegant bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and king-sized bed all decorated with art-deco inspired furnishings. A separate living area and dining room provides a ideal space for relaxing and entertaining.
The L600 Executive room enjoys the same spacious feel as the L600 Deluxe but has a unique layout. The king-size bed takes pride of place featuring a large walk-in wardrobe. A separate cosmopolitan living room adorned with hand-painted silk wall coverings add a natural feel to this urban sanctuary. The sunken hourglass bath, twin vanity units and rainforest shower complete the spa-inspired bathroom.
Children are welcomed at the Landmark Mandarin Oriental with special gifts and child sized bathrobes, and books, DVDs, games, baby equipment and babysitting can all be arranged on request. The Amber restaurant has a 'little fans' menu especially for younger guests. The hotel's concierge is also happy to customize activities for families.
There is an 18 meter indoor heated pool, pilates and yoga studios, fully equipped gym, award winning spa with luxurious treatment suites and a plethora of pampering and wellness options. The MO bar provides all day dining and serves cocktails into the small hours and Amber's contemporary French Cuisine has been awarded two Michelin stars and can be enjoyed in a cutting edge and beautifully designed setting.
Health and fitness enthusiasts can enjoy the hotel's pool, fitness center and spa. Or for an indulgent in-room experience try the hotel's 'bath menu' and have your spa experience brought to your room.
Location & Directions
Situated on Queen's Road Central, in the central business district set back from Victoria Harbour. The hotel is 2-3 minutes walk by air-conditioned walkways to most of the key commercial buildings including Gloucester Tower, Princes Building, Alexandra House, Chater House, Standard Chartered Bank, HSBC, Exchange Square and IFC.
When to go
Hong Kong has a tropical climate and can be visited year round. October to April are the driest months although December to February are cooler. May to September is hot, humid with the most rainfall during these months.