The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
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Fashionistas, welcome to the motherland. Great shopping waits just around the corner.Two key words for understanding Hong Kong's Landmark Mandarin Oriental are location and luxury. "Landmark Oriental" and "Central" go together like "sky" and "blue".
An easy walk from the hotel leads you to the zoo; a little further to The Peak for the renowned view of Victoria Harbour. Adjacent to The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, the world's top fashion houses vie for attention in The Landmark Atrium, the IFC (or head to "the lanes", if you prefer street shopping). You'll find a ton of restaurants and bars two blocks from the hotel in Lan Kwai Fong or up the Mid-levels escalator in SoHo.
The luxury suites at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hotel feel more like a designer home than a hotel room, in a blend of British colonial charm with Chinese accents. Head down to the spa after a hard day touring the sights; the heated chairs in the water room are the perfect way to relax - unless it's a Friday night, in which case you should be heading to Mo Bar for a cocktail.
- Banquet & Catering Facilities
- Boutique Shopping
- Fitness Centre
- Indoor Sauna / Spa
- Meeting / Conference Rooms
- Meeting / Private Room
- Private Dining Room
- Spa Services
- Swimming Pool - Indoor
- Video conference
- Airport Shuttle Service
- Butler Service
- Concierge (24-Hour)
- Express Check In / Check Out
- Front Desk
- Front Desk (24-Hour)
- High Speed Internet
- High Speed Internet (Wireless)
- Laundry Facilities
- Laundry Service
- Non-Smoking Rooms
- Room Service
- Room Service (24-Hour)
- Turndown Service
- Valet Parking
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I stayed at Intercontinental Hong Kong,Grand Hyatt Hong Kong,Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong in Hong Kong.
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong had the largest room I stayed in Hong Kong.
Unfortunately, I couldn't see Victoria Harbour.
But I could see DOLCE & GABBANA, EMPORIO ARMANI.
it is a hassle traveling with 12 people but this central hotel did the trick. we tend to travel more luxurious that this hotel but it was fine. breakfast buffet was harried, the right to use amber would have been nice. the spa facilities were nice but steam should have been hotter, sauna hotter, bubble massage and rushing water pipe more vigerous. service by the individuals around the property was great but we had some issues that took a while to sort out as it seemed no one was really incharge. we usually stay at the peninsula but wanted to be more central this time..i think we will aim higher next year..
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- The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
- 15 Queen's Road Central
- The Landmark
- Hong Kong, S.A.R.
Forbes - Five Star Hotel - 2013 & 2014
Forbes - Five Star Spa - 2014
Forbes - Five Star Restaurant - 2014
Michelin Guide - Two Michelin Stars
Condé Nast Traveler - Gold List, Best for Service - 2009
Condé Nast Traveler - Readers Choice Travel Awards - No.13 Best Overseas Business Hotel - 2008
Conde Nast Traveler - Gold List, Best for Facilities - 2008
Forbes Traveler 400 - The World's Very Best Hotels and Resorts -2008
Conde Nast Traveller, Reader's Travel Awards - No. 2 Best Overseas Business Hotels - 2007
UK Tatler Travel Guide - Best City Hotel in the World - 2006
Conde Nast Gold List - Best Hotel Rooms in Asia - 2007
Conde Nast Gold List - Best Service in Asia - 2006
Conde Nast Readers' Choice Awards - Top 50 Hotels in the World - 2006
Institutional Investor - Top 60 Hotels in the World - 2006
SpaFinder Reader's Choice - Top Spa of Greater China - 2006
Hong Kong's Best Restaurants - Highest Rating for food 10/10 - 2006 & 2007