5 star luxury wrapped up and presented in the heart of central Hong Kong.
With its enviable position situated in the heart of the city, the luxury Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong is within close proximity of not only the business area but the major shopping district nearby.
With stunning views overlooking Victoria Harbour, this venue is within touching distance of a number of different places of interest.
This includes the likes of the Hong Kong Zoo and Botanical Gardens which can be found less than a mile away not to mention Victoria Peak.
Head to the top in order to take advantage of some of the most spectacular views! On the other hand the Peak Tower serves as the ideal place to enjoy a wide variety of shops, bars and restaurants.
If you want to gain an insight into traditional life in Hong Kong, then why not check out the walled village in Tsang Tai Uk, whilst there are also a host of traditional temples to explore.
This features Che Kung Temple, Man Mo Temple and the aptly named Temple of Ten Thousand Buddha.
To enjoy some of Hong Jong’s most glorious past then you should investigate the Hong Kong Museum of History based in Kowloon. There are even several theme parks in and around such as Hong Kong Disneyland Resort situated in Lantau Island.
Each of the 501 bespoke rooms at the sumptuous Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong boasts a wide variety of mod cons.
This includes 37-inch flat-screen televisions, private terraces not to mention plenty of sleek design to help you relax and unwind.
Furthermore, there are modern entertainment systems to enjoy, Bathroom TVs, CD players, air conditioning, tea and coffee making services, free bottled water, free newspaper, complimentary toiletries and even pillow menus.
All rooms offer plenty of space and ultra-hip design and spectacular views of either the city or harbour. This is thanks to the individual floor-to-ceiling windows.
There are no fewer than 10 dining options available at the Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong. This provides an impressive Michelin star venue entitled Pierre.
Guests can also enjoy a host of treatments and therapies at the wellness centre, whilst you can even work up a sweat at the onsite fitness centre boasting a plethora of cardio vascular equipment.
Other facilities include a steam room, Jacuzzi, sauna and indoor swimming pool that is fully heated.
Guests can benefit from dining all through the day at Cafe Causette whilst if you are still feeling peckish there is a cake shop with plenty of fresh delights. Other services offer several shops and numerous lounges.
Wireless internet access is available but charges will be incurred. There are no parking facilities available at the Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong.
This venue is within close proximity of the underground railway station, known as MTR. Guests have access to both the Airport connection link and Star Ferry. Hong Kong International Airport is less than 35 kilometres away or a 30 minute trip by the Airport Express train.
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