What is the appearance of the hotel? Check the entrance and the front desk!
It is a beautiful old hotel built in 1963.
The entrance is elegant.
There was a doorman standing at the entrance, who gave me a nice greeting.
The front desk was large and there were 3 to 4 staffs when it was crowded.
What is the Harbor View Room like?
The room I stayed in was the harbor view room. A king size bed and a choice of pillows were comfortable to sleep on.
Beside the bedroom is a bright space that you can call it a solarium, and a sofa for enjoying the harbor view.
There is a working desk on the other side. I was able to separate this area from the bedroom with a curtain.
The working desk had BOSE speakers and a USB port. There is a telescope to look at the distance, and I was excited.
The room is very bright.
Compact and luxurious bathroom
Light came in through the window and it was bright. There was a bathtub.
There is a shower room and a toilet at the back. There is a face-to-face washstand between the bathtub.
The shower room can be used comfortably with two types of shower heads. The water pressure was also good.
Amenities was prepared near the wash basin. Toothbrushes, cotton, cotton swabs, shaving sets were all available.
Shampoo, conditioner and body soap are placed in the shower room. It was the luxurious Hermes. .
Chest under the bedroom TV.
The cafe corner was packed inside. It was very enjoyable.
It is packed in the refrigerator. There are also glasses and cups.
This is a complimentary coffee and tea set with a cup and mini electric kettle. There was a coffee machine on the shelf.
In addition to wine, whiskey and juice, there were also various snacks.
This is the welcome fruit and pastry.
Closet and safe
There is a closet at the entrance. There were enough hangers prepared.
Bathrobes were in the bathroom but there were also some handy things like slippers and umbrellas.
On the other side were drawers. Capsule coffee machine is placed on this shelf. There is also a safe.
This is an easy operation to enter a 4-digit passcode. There’s a jewelry box inside, so you won’t have to worry about losing it.
Harbor view seen from the room
You can enjoy the view from the room with a telescope from the daybed placed by the window.
It is a very beautiful view that overlooks Victoria Harbor. Of course the night view was also shimmering.
Start your day with a luxurious breakfast buffet
This hotel has 10 restaurants, bars and pastry shops. The “Mandarin Grill + Bar” is a restaurant that has a Michelin star for years, with a grilled menu of meat and seafood dishes. “Café Causette” offers a variety of Asian cuisine such as Nasi Goreng and Hainan Chicken Rice, as well as international cuisine such as pizza and burgers. The “Clipper Lounge” is an extensive buffet-style restaurant. These 3 restaurants are open from breakfast.
This time I had breakfast at the “Clipper Lounge.”
Take a look at the varied buffet menu. Breads can be selected from simple breads to sweet danishes.
Fruits and cereals, milk is also soy milk and skimmed milk.
Fresh juice and salad.
Salad, ham, cheese, smoked salmon, and etc.
Warm rice, steamed dumplings with gyoza and sweet potato dumplings.
A chef stands at the counter and cooks eggs for you.
I asked the chef to make an omelet fro me. There were other grilled dishes as well.
Cocktail time at a stylish BAR
All 3 bars were a stylish bars with special features.
“Captain ’s Bar.”
Th “M Bar.”
The “M Bar” is a great bar with a view from the 25th floor.
Cantonese cuisine, French cuisine, special room restaurant and cake shop
“Man Wah” is a Cantonese restaurant located on the 25th floor.
“Pierre” serves French cuisine. Also on the 25th floor, and the view is beautiful.
The “Krug Room” is a hideout restaurant with an image of the train interior. Modern seasonal cuisine is prepared and reservations are required for dining here.
The “Mandarin Cake Shop” is a cake shop including a fun bakery just looking around the shop, such as cute sweets and artistic cakes.
Relax in the spa, refresh in the hair salon and barber
“THE MANDARIN SPA” has 9 treatment rooms, a tea lounge, a steam room and a sauna, as well as a refreshing and relaxing menu.
It offers counseling and treatment that suits each person.
The “MANDARIN SALON.”
Hair salon and nail care is also available.
The “MANDARIN BARBER.”
Traditional shaves and hairdressing services by experienced barbers. There is also a VIP room which offers a private space.
Spa latest indoor pool
The indoor pool is a new pool with the latest equipment. Images are projected on the wall and are equipped with water jets and an underwater sound system. You can also relax with nice lights.
It takes 30 minutes by car from Hong Kong International Airport, and by taking Airport Express to Hong Kong Station, you will arrive at the hotel in 8 minutes on foot. It is a 5-minute walk to Chuo MRT Station. The Macau Ferry Terminal can be reached in 15 minutes. It is convenient to go by taxi.
The area around the hotel is lined with luxurious brand stores and many shops, and you can go directly to the landmark (shopping mall) from the hotel’s connecting passage. There are also restaurants, cafes and convenience stores for your convenience. Because it was close to Central, it was crowded with many people.
Staff and customer base
All staff responded politely and kindly, and I felt that they were very sophisticated. There were many couples and friends, but there were also many business staying as well. The impression is that there are more European and American than Asians.
Harbor View Suite
This very large room has a separate bedroom and living room. It has the views of the harbor.
I was surprised at the size of the bathroom. The double sink and the large bathtub were very luxurious.
The shower room was lined with Bottega Veneta amenities.
The living room is a very luxurious room with a large work desk and a spacious space.
The Haworth Suite is one of Mandarin Oriental’s signature suites and the traditional English-style rooms are very luxurious with high-quality furniture and bedding.
The bedroom and the living room are separated and you can spend time comfortably in each room.
The large bathroom had a bathtub, a shower room, a toilet and a TV above the double sink. The amenities are also Bottega Veneta.
The large work desk is easy to work with, and the living room is comfortable with a comfortable sofa.
There was another bathroom with a washbasin and a toilet by the front door.
As it is a flagship hotel, rooms, hotel facilities and staffs were good. The building itself is old, but I did not feel bothered by it because it was refurbished in some places and well maintained. The view of the harbor view is also very beautiful, so I would like you to select a room on the harbor side. The central area is close to the hotel and you can easily get to it on the subway, so it’s recommended for people who care about location and hospitality.