Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong was the base of operations for this 36 hour Anthony Bourdain style “The Layover” visit (which, included doing the same things as getting a suit made in ONE day and trying some mean roast goose)
This is one of the hotels located at the prime business area of Hong Kong in the Central District. And wow does it amaze after all these years.
The Lobby may not look as grand as some newer hotels, but you cannot discount the fact that it is still elegantly maintained and furnished, sticking true to its Asian inspired roots.
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Mandarin Oriental has really been more keep to the luxurious business traveler in mind, and thus, the room reflects such purpose:
Comfortable bedding to complement a conducive study table complete with universal-style sockets for all types of power plugs (because the world cannot get around to agreeing to even one universal plug). Television with all the channels for your entertainment, housekeeping amenities, and a comfortable shower and lavatory. Even remote controlled lighting and air conditioning for your convenience!
The room itself is the typical size of hotel rooms, but the collective appointments and amenities are what brings it all together for a good sleep at the end of a busy working trip, especially this one where it only lasts 36 hours.
And speaking of end of the day, the rooms are turned in ready for the night with all the things you may want to help you sleep. From eye masks to scented room sprays, and even the television tuned in to the more relaxing channels featuring zen inspired exercises and suggestions to try out their spa.
So who won’t not have a relaxing sleep at the Mandarin Oriental, especially when you wake up to a great view of both the Central district, and Victoria Harbor?
Yes. Since 1963, The Mandarin Oriental is the reference point on what it means to have a great business hotel in the central district of Hong Kong.
Oh, and if you are feeling more flush, check out its more luxurious brother: The Landmark.
Tel. Nos. +852-2522-0111
Nearest MTR Terminal is at the Central Terminal.
Learn more about them at http://www.mandarinoriental.com/hongkong/
or at their Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/MandarinOrientalHongKong
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