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Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong



Reviewed by Faye Bradley Neighbourhood(s): Central

Setting: Regal, oriental, historical

Facilities: Gym, restaurants, spa, swimming pool, sauna

Room: Harbour views, art-adorned, spacious, sleek

Dining: Man Wah – Cantonese fine dining, Mandarin Grill + Bar – Sunday roasts, The Aubrey – izakaya, The Krug Room – champagne, Café Causette – all-day dining, Clipper Lounge – Sunday brunch, The Chinnery – intimate lounge, Captain's Bar – upscale bar, The Mandarin Cake Shop – desserts

Restaurant food recommendations:

  • Man Wah – Pan-fried Hokkaido scallop, bread crumb, Sautéed lobster, superior fish broth, Pork belly with taro and taro crisps

  • Mandarin Grill + Bar – Steak tartare, Beef wellington

Restaurant drink recommendations:

  • Man Wah – Pu'er tea, Chinese Rosella, earl grey and strawberry green tea

  • Mandarin Grill + Bar – Champagne

Crowd: Business trips, fine dining dates, splurge weekends

Price: $$$$

Insider tip: Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong recently unveiled its Mandarin Club, a sleek, contemporary business hub that also serves as a dining and drinking lounge for those on leisure trips – definitely worth adding on to your accommodation choice ---

Mandarin Oriental Hotel Hong Kong

Location: 5 Connaught Road Central, Central, Hong Kong | Phone: +852 2522 0111 Insta: @mo_hkg | Facebook: @MandarinOrientalHongKong

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