Central Hong Kong, a vibrant district blending tradition and modernity, sets the stage for the 60th anniversary celebration of Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong. This legendary hotel, known for its refined elegance, presents exclusive offers and commemorative collections to mark this milestone.
As part of the 60th anniversary, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong introduces the Limited Edition Chinaware Collection. Designed by renowned Hong Kong designer Alan Chan, the collection showcases the iconic print of the Mandarin Oriental teahouse. Synonymous with the unique packaging of The Mandarin Oriental Cake Shop since 2006, this collection of chinaware is available for retail and online purchase through the hotel's official shop, allowing guests to take home a piece of the hotel's legacy.
For those seeking an unforgettable experience, the FANtastic60 Package awaits. This exclusive offer allows guests to celebrate Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong's 60th anniversary with a special 2-night consecutive stay in the Club Room or Suite categories. With this package, guests can indulge in the luxurious amenities and services of the hotel while reveling in the excitement of the anniversary celebrations.
Amidst the anniversary festivities, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong continues to offer its exceptional accommodations. The rooms embody understated luxury, combining tasteful furnishings with meticulous attention to detail. Whether guests choose a room with panoramic views of the Victoria Harbour or the glamorous city skyline, they are guaranteed a haven of comfort and indulgence. By staying at Club levels, guests can enjoy a tempting array of culinary delights at The Mandarin Club including breakfast, afternoon tea and evening cocktails along with a host of exclusive privileges and bespoke services throughout the day.
Home to nine individually unique restaurants and bars of which two boast Michelin stars, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong will offer guests and visitors a calendar of culinary adventures from internationally acclaimed 2 Michelin chefs from its sister properties including Alain Roux from Le Normandie from Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok, Deiniol Pritchard from Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London.
Mandarin Grill + Bar has been long renowned as Hong Kong’s favourite dining room and has retained its Michelin star since 2009 for 15 consecutive years. Each of the three chefs, will be presenting their exceptional cuisines during May, July and September respectively.
Man Wah, one of the hotel’s signature Michelin-starred restaurants ushered in a new era of Cantonese fine dining when it reopened in 2021. This dining institution continues its legacy as an exquisite homage to time-honoured Cantonese cuisine. In October, Chef Fei, one of China’s most renowned chefs will specially curate a seasonal menu featuring classic Cantonese dishes from his eponymous restaurants in Guangzhou and Shenzhen.
Guest bartenders from Asia’s 50 Best Bar will also be making their debut takeovers at The Aubrey, an elevated Japanese izakaya inspired by the journey of a hungry travelling mind. The Aubrey is currently ranked NO.38 in Asia’s 50 Best Bar Awards since its opening in 2021. The guest shifts include Shingo Gokan, the recipient of Bartenders’ Bartender Awards, Nutmeg & Clove (NO.36), Hope & Sesame (NO.18), MO Bar from Mandarin Oriental, Singapore (NO.8), and The Bamboo Bar from Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok (NO.46).
Honouring the hotel’s Chinese heritage and original design, The Mandarin Spa offers a haven of tranquillity in the heart of the hotel and is renowned for providing holistic rejuvenation and relaxation in a meditative setting designed to sooth the body, mind and spirit. The Mandarin Spa will be launching new brand partnerships and bespoke treatments by 111SKIN and OSKIA. Throughout this celebratory year, guests can choose from a roster of wellness and healing practitioners from a variety of expertise including hypnotherapist, reflexologist, facial acupuncturist, and holistic sound therapist, all are inspired by both traditional and modern techniques from around the world. Fitness enthusiasts will also enjoy new privileges of Diamond Membership, due to launch later in Q2 2023.
In celebration of 60th anniversary celebration, the hotel has launched the ‘Giving Back to Hong Kong’ philanthropic campaign and partnered with local charities including Food Angel, Make A Wish Foundation, Chicken Soup, Food Link, Help for Domestic Workers, Blossom Minds and The Purpose Business. Our colleagues have delivered almost 5,000 hours of community services since the beginning of the campaign and have pledged a further 17,000 hours in celebration of the upcoming 60th anniversary (a total of 21,900 hours: 60 years x 365 days). The hotel will also offer 60 placements to Hong Kong students to launch their careers in hospitality industry.
Situated in the heart of Central, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong provides convenient access to the city's attractions, high-end shopping, and cultural landmarks. Guests can explore the dynamic streets, immerse themselves in the local culture, and experience the vibrant energy that defines Hong Kong.
As Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong reaches this remarkable milestone, it redefines luxury hospitality with impeccable service, attention to detail, and an unwavering commitment to guest satisfaction. The year-long 60th celebration programmes will commemorate the iconic hotel’s past 60 years, in the heart of Hong Kong as well as in the hearts of Hong Kong people.