"For breathtaking style, legendary service and an unbeatable reputation, it just has to be Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong."

The much-loved Mandarin Oriental is a luxury hotel that offers stunning interiors, mesmerising views and Michelin-starred dining.

Some worried that the hotel's $150 million refurbishment in 2006 would affect its unique character but if anything the renovation brought the hotel up to date and allowed it to remain as luxurious as it ever was. A fusion of contemporary and colonial styles, the hotel oozes class and makes its lucky guests feel like royalty.

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The 501 rooms and suites at The Mandarin Oriental have been recently redesigned to offer maximum space and comfort. The interiors of the Superior and Deluxe, and larger Premier and Harbour Rooms are sleek and incorporate sophisticated entertainment and IT technology that is fully supported by the hotel's team of IT Butlers. Suites offer more space with a separate sitting room and whichever suite you choose, all have the same mesmerising city and harbour views.



The Mandarin Oriental has 10 restaurants and bars, all distinct in character and serving everything from high tea to tapas to local and regional specialities. In addition there is a beautiful indoor heated swimming pool, a fitness and wellness centre with cutting edge equipment and a stunning 5 star spa with eight private treatment rooms.

  • Swimming pool
  • Gym
  • Spa
  • Health suite
  • Hair/beauty salon
  • Jacuzzi


As famous for food as they are for service, the legendary restaurants on offer at the Mandarin Oriental produce dining experiences that guests will savour forever. Three of the restaurants have Michelin Stars - stunning French restaurant Pierre has two stars while Cantonese restaurant Man Wah and the Mandarin Grill and Bar both have one star each respectively. Its other dining and bar options offer guests and Hong Kong locals alike unique and quality establishments, each with their own quirks and specialities. 

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The climate of Hong Kong is sub-tropical, with temperatures reaching above 30°C in summer but dropping below 10°C in winter. The coolest months are mid-December through February, when conditions are mainly cloudy and cold but dry. During the months of March through May temperatures and rainfall increase dramatically, and there is little sunshine. The months of June to mid-September see the highest temperatures and rainfall, so conditions are incredibly humid. Perhaps the best time to visit would be in autumn, between mid-September and December, when temperatures are moderate, skies are clear and the sun shines.


Weather information for
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