The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong has unveiled the first of two new suite offerings it plans to introduce in 2017.
Located on the top floor and designed in the style of a luxury apartment, The Apartment Suite comprises 139 sqm of accommodation space created by Hong Kong architect Joyce Wong.
The entranceway leads to an open-plan living space comprising furnishings designed with gold, royal blue and natural wood colours, while the dining space comes with a cocktail bar and pantry. Bespoke items including artworks and chandeliers feature throughout the suite, while modern fixtures have been installed in the Gaggenau kitchen. The living space also includes a three-metre-wide curved sofa, armchairs and a study area with a bespoke desk.
In the master suite bedroom, meanwhile, the bed includes a quilted leather headboard with curving “wings” and stylish in-built reading lights, walk-in dressing spaces along with a bathroom designed to resemble a miniature spa, including a deep soaking bathtub and rainforest shower. The entire suite space can also be converted into a two-bedroom residence by combining with the adjacent L450 guestroom, which can be accessed via an interconnecting door. Adding this second bedroom brings the suite’s total floor area to 181 sqm.
“The Apartment Suite is the perfect accommodation for style-conscious travellers who can enjoy all the comforts of a home-away-from-home in the heart of vibrant Hong Kong,” said the hotel’s general manager, Torsten van Dullemen.
Meanwhile, the hotel is preparing to launch a second new suite in mid-2017, designed as a “super-entertainment suite”.
A “Central Retreat” package is currently being offered by the hotel for booking The Apartment Suite, which includes credit for use at the hotel’s F&B outlets and spa, chauffeur transport between the airport and the hotel, and complimentary minibar, among other features. The package is priced at HK$50,000 (US$6,444) per night and runs until June 30 this year.