About Landmark Mandarin Oriental, The
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental provides a blend of sleek design, state-of-the-art facilities, and the high-end hospitality of the Mandarin Oriental brand. With just 113 oversized rooms and suites, the Landmark offers a vast array of cutting-edge amenities in an environment distinguished by its lavish, contemporary design. Equally aesthetics-conscious is the 25,000-square-foot Oriental Spa, where 15 treatment rooms, amethyst crystal steam rooms, a Rasul chamber, vitality pools and experience showers, laconium, relaxation room, and Turkish hammams (among many other holistic facilities) are adorned with bamboo, natural stone, and wood.
International spa and business travelers looking for state-of-the-art luxury will find this spa hotel an ideal place to relax between meetings or sightseeing excursions. The hotel is situated in the heart of Hong Kong's commercial and business district, near many top destinations and attractions. All guest rooms feature technologically advanced extras such as iPod stations and widescreen plasma televisions. The innovative design of many public areas (e.g. the MO Bar) has made the hotel a hot spot for celebrities and power players.
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Awards & Accolades
2008 Readers' Choice Awards Winner for:
- Best Brand
2007 Readers' Choice Awards Winner for:
- Best for Urban Hotel Spa
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The 25,000-square-foot (1,850 square meters) Oriental Spa occupies the hotel's fifth and sixth floors. In addition to 15 treatment rooms, the spa has a 700-square-foot (65 square meters) couple's suite with its own vitality pool and heated amethyst crystal steam shower. The spa experience begins with a journey through the heat and water facilities, designed to relax the body and mind in preparation for spa treatment. Spa guests are invited to lounge in the calming relaxation room, meditate in the amethyst crystal steam room, or release tension and soothe aching muscles in the vitality pool with underwater hydro-massage beds, dry sauna, laconium, experience showers, and tepidarium chairs.
The Oriental Spas are well known for their signature Time Rituals, which allow spa-goers to book a block of time during which to enjoy a combination of customized spa therapies rather than selecting specific services from the menu. Another signature offering, the 110-minute Oriental Harmony treatment involves two therapists who use skin-pampering Mandarin Oriental products to relax and rejuvenate guests through body scrub, touch therapy, and a concluding simultaneous hand and foot massage.
The Mandarin Oriental Signature Spa Therapies, developed in consultation with traditional Chinese medicine specialists and aromatherapists, begin with a private therapist consultation, followed by a customized body ritual that combines Oriental meridian massage techniques with the spa's exclusive essential oils. Guests are also provided with nutritional and exercise guidance.
The spa's fitness center, which is fully equipped with cardio and weight-training machines, offers personal training and assessments, as well as an 18-meter heated indoor swimming pool in a stylish bright and airy setting. Holistic exercise services include more than 40 yoga classes held each week as well as private and group Pilates classes using Reformer and Gyrotonic equipment. Guests can relax in the tranquil setting of the Poolside and juice bar before and after treatments.
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Landmark Mandarin Oriental, The
Location & Hours
Landmark Mandarin Oriental, The15 Queen's Road Central
China (Hong Kong S.A.R.)
- Located approximately 30 minutes from Hong Kong International Airport by car. Limousine transfer can be arranged with the hotel.
- Standard voltage in Hong Kong is 220 volts (50 Hz). Devices brought from outside the country may require an adapter.
- The most comfortable, least rainy weather in Hong Kong occurs between October and January.
Facilities & Amenities
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental is situated close to (in many cases just steps from) Hong Kong's internationally known business and leisure destinations. The Landmark complex, of which the hotel is a part, encompasses more than 100 upscale fashion, jewelry, and lifestyle boutiques, among them the first Harvey Nichols store outside of the United Kingdom, Louis Vuitton, Giorgio Armani, Fendi, Dior, and Celine.
Just a few minutes' walk from the hotel, the historic Star Ferry travels between Kowloon and Hong Kong Island in open-plan boats allowing for panoramic views of the night time neon skyline. Once on the island, those new to Hong Kong often visit Victoria Peak, which is accessible by tram and provides magnificent 360-degree views.
Hong Kong Park covers eight hectares of grassy landscape incorporating a bird sanctuary, a children's playground, and a sports center, all only a ten-minute walk from the hotel. Ponds, waterfalls, and streams are interspersed throughout the park's verdant landscape. A serene garden with colonnades provides ideal surroundings for tai chi devotees to practice their art. Park visitors with an interest in Asian domestic culture and ceramics may want to visit the Flagstaff House Museum of Teaware.
Rooms & Dining
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental offers 113 rooms and suites with an average size of 540 square feet (50 square meters). The extra-large L900 Landmark Suites are 900 square feet (84 square meters) in size. Rooms have such advanced, forward-looking amenities as large round bathtubs, widescreen plasma televisions, and wireless internet access.
Three restaurants suit the hotel's overall urban-chic aesthetic. Amber serves modern French cuisine in an environment dominated by shades of tan and brown as well as a copper-tube sculpture that is suspended from the ceiling. The dinner menu at Amber may include Duck Foie Gras, Line Caught Amadai, and Mieral Bresse Pigeon. The MO Bar serves a breakfast buffet in addition to light organic choices (e.g. Wagyu Kobe beef burger) during the afternoon and evening. The "O" symbol (a red neon wall-sized example of which adorns the bar) signifies communal experience in the Chinese culture and provided the establishment with its title.