Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong unveils club lounge and restaurants

by | 12 Mar 2021 | Projects, Refurbishments

Following the completion of its latest renovation programme, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong has revealed its new club lounge and refreshed dining facilities on the hotel’s upper floors.

Cleverly updating a much-loved Hong Kong landmark, this project introduces guests to both The Mandarin Club and The Aubrey, and showcases a fresh look for Michelin-starred restaurant Man Wah.

Elevated lifestyle and culinary experiences

An undoubted highlight of this latest revamp of Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is the new 6,200 sq ft Mandarin Club. Located on the hotel’s 23rd floor, it provides an all-day retreat for guests, with stunning views over Statue Square Garden; this exclusive club lounge fuses comfort with luxury in a space comprising a boardroom, lounge and dining area.

Meanwhile, the hotel’s celebrated Michelin-starred restaurant Man Wah on the 25th floor has benefitted from a significant makeover, enhancing the experience of dining in this panoramic space. Here, the restaurant’s famous views over Victoria Harbour and beyond are complemented by interiors filled with delicate Chinese details.

Guests dining in this space, or one of the venue’s new private dining rooms, can enjoy the Cantonese menu of executive Chinese chef Wing-Keung Wong who reinterprets ancient recipes for the modern palate.

Mandarin Oriental teams up with Maximal Concepts

There’s also a new dining venue on the same floor for visitors to try, The Aubrey. A collaboration between Mandarin Oriental and international restaurant group Maximal Concepts, this establishment takes inspiration from the mid-19th-century art movement Japanism, channelling the vibe of izakayas in Tokyo’s Ginza district, and combining high-quality ingredients with traditional cooking methods.

“This milestone transformation has been an exhilarating journey and these enhancements bring renewed inspiration to our passion for culture, cuisine and the arts,” said Pierre Barthes, area vice president and general manager of Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong. “Our dedicated team is ready to surprise and delight fans of the hotel with these new experiences.”

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