Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong has completed the renovation of the top floors of the hotel, with a new club lounge and refreshed dining facilities.
The 23rd floor club lounge measures nearly 600 sqm, and offers lounge and dining areas, as well as a boardroom, with views overlooking Statue Square Garden.
Renovation works have now seen the adjacent Cantonese restaurant Man Wah enlarged and refreshed, and a new restaurant added on the same floor.
According to the group The Aubery has been inspired by the mid-nineteenth-century art movement ‘Japanism’, and “channels the whimsical vibe of Japanese izakayas in Ginza”.
To celebrate the new facilities the hotel has launched a new Club Escape room package (available for stays until June 30, 2021), priced from HKD 5,880 per night and including:
- Club Floor Accommodation
- Off-menu tasting for two at Man Wah
- One signature cocktail for two at The Aubrey
- Late check-out until 6pm
- 30 per cent off the Best Available Rate for the second consecutive night
- Complimentary non-alcoholic beverages from the minibar
- Access to The Mandarin Club privileges including private check-in and check-out experience, on-call butler service, breakfast and afternoon tea, non-alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, tea and coffee, evening canapés served with cocktails, wines and beer, streaming wifi and local calls, pressing of two garments per stay, and two-hour usage of The Mandarin Club board room per stay
Commenting on the renovation works Pierre Barthes, area vice president and general manager of Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, said:
“This milestone transformation has been an exhilarating journey and these enhancements bring renewed inspiration to our passion for culture, cuisine and the arts. Our dedicated team is ready to surprise and delight Fans of the hotel with these new experiences.”