What’s new at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental ?


The Landmark Mandarin Oriental is the sassy little sister of the world renowned Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong. It’s also the more social of the two.

The hotel’s MO bar is filled with people who wouldn’t look out of place on a GQ or Vogue cover and they regularly come to groove to the sound of the bar’s live music, of which some of the most notable performers, include Alicia Keys and John Legend.

Not exactly your type of crowd? Don’t be scared away. Some of Hong Kong’s best restaurants and spas can be found in this gem, and if privacy is an important criteria when selecting a hotel, a limited room count and discreet service should have that need covered.

What’s new at the Landmark?

Since September 2015, guests of the hotel’s Oriental Spa are the only ones in Asia to walk out looking fresher and younger than ever thanks to Dior Skincare products.

Offered as part of the hotel’s 10 year anniversary celebrations, the Dior Prestige Treatment is 1 hour and 30 minutes of relaxing and rejuvenating treatment using only Dior’s top tier range. It’s an indulgence that you simply owe to your body.

But the steamy interiors of the Spa aren’t the only place where you’ll find proof of the hotel’s coming of age. Not unless designer Joyce Wang can help it.

Joyce Wang and compatriot Andre Fu, are proof that there’s something in the waters of Victoria Harbour that breeds talented young designers. In 2014, Wang’s work earned her a World Interior of the Year award (one of the industry’s most prestigious) for her redesign of Hong Kong restaurant Mott 32, and her growing portfolio of work includes Ammo at Asia Society, a collaborative work with Swarovski and now, a redesign of the Landmark Mandarin Oriental.

Room & Suites

With the redesign, the hotel settles into its status as Hong Kong’s urban sanctuary of choice.

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental earned itself a reputation as a den for fashionista’s and Wang’s designs- made with that crowd in mind- is the home sweet home between the shopping sprees, business deals and night’s out these guests dream of.

Interiors are now softened with added color, whilst an interplay of textured materials and metallic finishes and artwork complement each other perfectly. Read on for the selection of rooms and amenities and some incredible pics.

L450 Superior & L450 Deluxe


Perfect for work or play, the L450 is the place to return to after a day out and about. Equipped with a large sofa ,an elegant modern desk and a spa like bathroom, this urban sanctuary will leave you recharged and ready for high paced Hong Kong.

L600 Deluxe, Premier & Executive 


Blending the traditional and the modern, the L600 guestrooms are hotel design marvels that’ll have the best in the business taking note. An earthy palette of colors, original artwork, and silk wall coverings bring nature into the roomy interiors, and the generously sized bedroom is a rarity in Hong Kong. The room’s centerpiece, is a circular glass-enclosed bathroom complete with a seven-foot round spa bathtub and walk in rain forest showers. Pure bliss.

L900 Landmark  Suite 


The jewel in the crown, the L900 is more apartment than hotel room and ideal for small families or those who want to entertain. The suite’s sitting room is furnished with custom leather chairs, a massive desk and a six seat crackled gesso dining table. Art-Deco lamps light up the spacious bedroom and the comfortable King-size bed serves as the room centerpiece.

About Nimah Koussa

The best part about being a travel writer is bringing cities and destinations to life: their stories, secret addresses, luxurious gems and unique holiday moments. And I have been one for a little more than 10 years. From the best bars and restaurants in different cities of the world to hotels where you can check-in to get away from it all, this Magazine is all about making every trip just a bit more meaningful.

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