Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

1-Night Landmark Mandarin Oriental Wellness Staycation For Two

overview

A chic boutique five-star retreat in the heart of Hong Kong, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental is renowned for its stunning stunning contemporary design, peaceful ambience and impeccable service. Situated in Central Hong Kong, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental is a favourite among luxury business travellers.

The Staycation offer at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental allows couples to check in for an indulgent weekend of pampering. Enjoy with your partner HK$1000 of spa or dining credit, use of the award-winning spa water facilities, a set breakfast at Amber or the buffet breakfast at MO Bar, complimentary late check-out (4pm), and other in-room perks for a perfect urban escape.

Until August 31 | Available for check-in on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday

price per retreat

L600 Deluxe Room

from US$690Enquire NowBook Now

L600 Executive Room

from US$740Enquire NowBook Now

L600 Premier Room

from US$790Enquire NowBook Now

L900 Landmark Suite

from US$1,057Enquire NowBook Now
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Retaining the service quality and standard of the Mandarin Oriental brand, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental steps into its own with a contemporary design focused on attracting young business travellers seeking a more luxurious experience.

There are six types of room and suite available. The 600-square-foot rooms come in Deluxe, Premier and Executive, while the suites are designed for those who like space to socialise: the 900-square-foot Landmark Suite, the 1200-square-foot Apartment Suite, and the 1700-square-foot Entertainment Suite which includes an entertainment wall, B&O Beolab Sound System, 13 by 11-foot cinema screen, and a DJ booth.

The spacious rooms and suites all feature cutting-edge design, advanced in-room technology in elegant rooms and suites,and sustainable Cochine Saigon toiletries. 

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental recently banned single-use plastic straws and bottles, and is the first hotel in Hong Kong to introduce Nordaq Fresh water filtration system, encouraging guests to be eco-friendly during their stay. 

The hotel features three in-house bars and restaurants, two conference rooms, a two-floor spa, yoga and Pilates studio, state-of-the-art gym and indoor 18-metre swimming pool. 

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental features three in-house restaurants and bars. 

The hotel's signature restaurant is the internationally acclaimed two Michelin-starred restaurant Amber. Headed by renowned chef Richard Ekkebus, the restaurants serves up modern French Cuisine.

MO Bar serves all-day dining from breakfast through to dinner, and is additionally open in the evenings for cocktails and live music events.

Please Don't Tell (PDT) was opened in 2017 in collaboration with the iconic New York cocktail bar, PDT. As the first permanent PDT outside New York City, the speakeasy is an intimate setting to enjoy creative cocktails developed by renowned mixologists Jim Meehan and Jeff Bell.
  • Swimming
  • Gym
  • Award-winning spa facilities
  • Yoga
  • Pilates
  • Shopping
  • Sightseeing
  • Accommodation for two
  • Set breakfast at Amber or buffet breakfast at MO Bar
  • HKD 1,000 dining or spa credit per stay
  • A choice of an in-room bath experience, a bottle of house champagne or a contemporary craft cocktail for two at MO Bar
  • Use of heat and water facilities and indoor swimming pool at The Oriental Spa
  • Mini bar includes two beers, non-alcoholic drinks and a collection of three local treats per stay
  • Complimentary Internet access
  • Late check-out until 4pm
  • Airfare
  • Airport transfers
  • Lunch or dinner
  • Additional drinks
  • Additional spa therapies 

location

The Landmark, 15 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong

With a prime location in Central, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental is only minutes away from the city’s best-loved shops, restaurants, entertainment and nightlife. Located in the city’s premier business district, the hotel is connected to Central MTR and Hong Kong Airport Express Station, or a 40-minute drive from Hong Kong International Airport.