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Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

A heritage-imbued Hong Kong mainstay

A hotel as beloved by the denizens of the city as it is by those who travel for its old-world panache – the Hong Kong stock exchange once held a two-minutes silence for its temporary closure for renovation – the Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong presides over an Eastern culture style, paired to a more contemporary look. Spacious wood-panelled rooms for the most part – some suites in a decidedly more contemporary style – and a generous array of dining and drinking venues, including the traditional Cantonese cuisine of Michelin-starred Man Wah, Pierre Gagnaire’s modern French two Michelin-starred Pierre and the experiential train-carriage-like Krug Room give manifold reasons to stick around and experience what this grand dame has to offer.


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