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The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental is Hong Kong’s urban retreat. The luxury hotel is adjacent to a popular designer shopping mall, right on the famous Queens Road, and steps from Lan Kwai Fong nightlife. The well-appointed 98  rooms and 13 suites are spacious and complete with fulsome amenities from yoga mats to champagne flutes. It’s a top pick.

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location15 Queen's Road Central, Central, Hong Kong

phonenumber+852 2132 0188

website Website

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Virtuoso or FAN Club

You have access to two VIP programs. Which you choose depends on the amenities you need. Scroll to the bottom of the post to learn how to book them both.
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What We Love

  • Queens Road location in the heart of shopping and dining
  • Large contemporary rooms
  • The massive circular bathtubs (L600 rooms and above)
  • Personalized service
  • One of Hong Kong’s best spas
  • Well-stocked in-room bars
  • Two-Michelin-Star restaurant
  • Rose petal martinis at MO Bar
  • Mandarin Oriental FAN Club/Virtuoso benefits

Good to Know

  • The low-rise hotel is fifteen stories; no panoramic or harbour views
  • The indoor pool is more of a lap pool than a family pool
  • There’s no excuse to skip exercise as they have clothes and shoes for you

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong Rooms

Rooms at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental are some of the most generously-sized in Hong Kong. They come with well-stocked personal pantries that are robust minibars with various wines, liquors, soft drinks and snacks (at your cost, but nice to have available).

Teapots, glassware, in-room Nespresso, a kettle, tea and more round out the offerings. And, it’s no big deal if you forgot an entire toiletry bag at home because the bathroom is stocked with toothbrushes, and then some. Forget plastic. The eco-minded hotel bottles complimentary water in reusable glass bottles.

L450 Rooms

L450 rooms are about 450 square feet and feature a walk-in closet, separate bath, and shower, a small sitting area and desk. The Deluxe room version features more natural light. These are the most basic category of rooms here, still fantastic, and come in a king or double twin versions. L450 rooms do not have the large circular bathtubs that you’ll hear me rave about below.

L600 Rooms

L600 rooms come in three different versions: L600 Deluxe, L600 Premier, L600 Executive. They are all approximately 600 square feet in size and have open-plan layouts.

You can walk the rooms in a complete circle as the bathroom opens up to the living room and the bedroom. Seven-foot circular bathtubs, a rain shower and surround sound speakers steal the show in the bathrooms here. 

The layouts provide a greater sense of privacy as one can read in the living room while someone else watches a TV show in the bedroom, somewhat out of sight. You could also reasonably entertain in the living room with its sofa, two upholstered chairs, and fulsome personal pantry minibar.

The L600 Deluxe comes in a king and two double bed version. The L600 Deluxe Double is one of the only rooms in Hong Kong that can sleep a family of four. The double beds are side-by-side (it might just be me, but double beds in Asia feel smaller than their American counterparts) in the bedroom though a rollaway can be placed in the living room for an additional fee. The sofa is leather and not a pull-out.

I’m typing this from the comfort of an L600 Premier Room. I love it. Suites suit my family of three’s sleeping habits best. I can see this room working for us due to its layout and generous size. It’s a slightly different layout than the L600 Deluxe (personal pantry is in a different location) and comes in a king bed version only.

L600 Executive rooms offer a view of the atrium. Designed for executives and couples, it has an even more open floor plan — the bathtub area can open up to the bedroom.

I love all of the room’s amenities including the cold display fridge, which housed various amenities that the staff placed in there each day. My welcome also included a scratch-off map with printed photos I’d Instagrammed from other Mandarin Oriental properties worldwide. Very thoughtful.

L900 Landmark Suite

Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong L900 Suite
Photo courtesy of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group

If you’d like a living room that completely closes off from the bedroom, the L900 Suite is for you. A generous 900 square feet includes the killer bathtub and amenities mentioned in prior rooms plus a dining table for four, a marble entrance, and powder room.

Apartment Suite

The 1500-square-foot space boasts a 6-seat dining table, cocktail bar, Gaggenau kitchen, and guest bathroom.

Entertainment Suite

If you need to host a party, celebrate a product launch or entertain clients in Hong Kong, here’s your spot. The 1798-square-foot Entertainment Suite has a cinema, DJ booth, separate dining area, FreshBed sleep system and more.

The Oriental Spa at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental

Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong Spa
Photo courtesy of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group

When arriving at a long haul destination early in the morning, I try to book a spa treatment first thing. The other reason is that I’m never sure if my room is going to be ready and it’s nice to have a place to clean up.

After consulting with The Oriental Spa team via email before arranging the appointment, I decided on a scrub (my post-flight go-to) and a deep cleansing facial.

It’s wise to plan enough time to fully use the lounging facilities (including experience showers, vitality pools, ice fountains, amethyst crystal steam rooms, saunas, and Zen Relaxation Rooms) at this two-story spa. The recommended arrival time is at least 60 minutes before a treatment; even more time would be therapeutic.

I dropped everything off (my room was ready much to my delight), regrouped for a few minutes and headed straight to the spa to sip fresh ginger tea, changed, and spent a little time in the water therapies.

My treatments were fantastic. Ninety minutes later, I felt moisturized, detoxed and tackled a full day of walking the town. Detailed extractions and mini-massages along the way helped big time. And, I slept like a baby that night, completely avoiding jet lag. Seriously, the spa is the best path to recovery for early morning arrivals.

Wellness Offerings

Locals may join The Oriental Spa at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental if that gives you any indication as to how nice it is. 

With 12 hours’ notice, one may book into a variety of yoga classes on offer throughout the day in the small studio.

Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong swimming pool
Photo courtesy of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group

The swimming pool in the spa area is perfect for laps. Three people at a time can use it.

Bath Packages

You may have a killer bathtub so step your bath routine up a notch by ordering a Bath-Inspired package. At the time of this writing, there are three to choose from.

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong bath tub
Photo courtesy of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group

The energizing bathtub kickstarts the day with cents by Lush and Aromatherapy Associates moisturizer and body lotion. A fruit basket and Acai juice await post-bath.

Prepare for a night out with a Cocktail Bathtub with Lush bath salts and signature bath-side cocktails including my personal favorite, the Rose Petal martini, in addition to dried fruit, super-soft towels, and fragrant candles.

Or, end the day with the Romance Bathtub including a bevy of flickering candles, romantic music, scents by Lush, a half-bottle of bath-side Champagne on ice (nonbreakable glasses) and chocolate-dipped strawberries.

A butler draws baths in advance and arranges the set-up by request if you don’t feel like doing it yourself.

Dining

In-Room Dining

As I was working during the day, I ordered in-room dining in the evenings.

Nasi Goreng at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

It arrived rather quickly, and when I called to have the dishes collected, staff removed them right away. They do not use the standard in-room dining push carts. Chic upright cabinets carry food, flatware, placemats, and accessories from the kitchen to rooms and suites. Staff prepares a proper table setting for your enjoyment. 

At Mandarin Oriental hotels, I always order nasi goreng and Hainanese chicken rice when on the menu. It’s such a treat as these dishes are not available in San Diego (that I can find).

Hainanese Chicken Rice at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

MO Bar

MO Bar excels at all-day dining and evening fun. I adore their rose petal martinis, afternoon tea and also the breakfast buffet. It takes a savvy team to get all of that right, wouldn’t you agree?

The breakfast buffet was included with my Mandarin Oriental FAN Club rate. It’s incredibly fulsome with lots of fruit, dim sum, made-to-order eggs and other hot dishes, noodle soups, pastries, fresh juice and so much more. I look forward to breakfast at Mandarin Oriental hotels.

Amber

Amber, the hotel’s Two-Michelin-Star French restaurant is closed for renovation until Spring 2019. With a fresh new design and Executive Chef Richard Ekkebus’ talent, it’s sure to be even more fabulous. I’ll update this section with more details soon.

PDT

Keep walking through MO Bar, and you’ll arrive at the 25-guest speakeasy, PDT (Please Don’t Tell). It’s in collaboration with the New York PDT and the first outside of NYC. Find an intimate space, craft cocktails, and elevated American bar snacks. 

Nearby Things to Do in Hong Kong 

The Queens Road in Central offers quite a bit to do. Within just a few blocks of The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong guests enjoy some of the cities best dining, shopping, nightlife, and culture.

An inland location from the harbour means that you can reach more activities within a shorter radius of the hotel. This can be important when in Hong Kong with kids who aren’t keen to walk very far.

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong location
Photo courtesy of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group

This includes (but is not limited to):

  • The Landmark shopping mall (adjacent to the hotel)
  • Mid-Levels Escalator
  • Tai Kwun, a fantastic re-imagined heritage building with shops, galleries and places to eat
  • Hollywood Road antique shops and Man Mo Temple
  • Li Yuen Street East and West (“The Lanes”) and Pottinger Street markets
  • Star Ferry and ferries to outer islands
  • Wellington Street, a street with Michelin-recognized Hong Kong food spots like Yat Lok, Mak’s Noodles, more.
  • Hong Kong Observation Wheel
  • The Peak Tram
  • Hong Kong Park
  • IFC shopping mall

You can read my list of over 50 things to do in Hong Kong.

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong Reservations

La Jolla Mom readers have access to value-added amenities at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong that you will want to take advantage of. These include:

  • Upgrade at the time of booking, subject to availability (not applicable for L450 Deluxe, L600 Executive and L900 Landmark suite)
  • Daily full breakfast, for up to two in-room guests in the restaurant
  • USD 100 Equivalent Resort/Hotel credit, (not combinable, not valid on room rate, no cash value if not redeemed in full, excludes Sushi Shikon, PDT, Bastien Gonzalez treatments and spa merchandise at The Oriental Spa)
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Early check-in/late checkout, subject to availability

To secure the above, send me your dates. I’ll check Virtuoso and Mandarin Oriental FAN Club to see which rates are more beneficial.

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The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
15 Queen’s Road Central
Central
Hong Kong
+852 2132 0188

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