One of the Fragrant Harbour’s most prominent hotels, Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong will welcome staycationers with a brand-new club lounge and two top-floor restaurants come February. Following eight months of refurbishment, The Mandarin Club will open on the 23rd floor with panoramic views of the city, including landmarks like the Statue Square Garden. Featuring elegant interiors, wood flooring, and pastel colour palette, the 6,200 square feet lounge comes with a boardroom and dining area for social events.
Venture two floors up and you’ll find The Aubrey, a Japanese izakaya launched in collaboration with award-winning restaurant group Maximal Concepts. Taking the place of what was formerly French fine-dining restaurant Pierre, the new dining establishment prides itself on a menu featuring traditional cooking methods and fine Japanese ingredients, alongside premium beverages. Inspired by mid-19th century Japanism art movement, the interiors are whimsical yet inviting.
On the same floor is the Michelin-starred Chinese restaurant Man Wah, now fresh from a makeover. Boasting a redesigned interior, the fine dining restaurant now offers a larger dining space and new private rooms. Exquisite Cantonese cuisine created by executive Chinese chef Wong Wing-Keung takes centerstage, with time-honoured recipes given a contemporary touch.
Guests looking forward to experience these new openings can check out the Club Escape room package, priced from US$758 per night. Perks include signature cocktails at The Aubrey, off-menu food testing for two at Man Wah, late checkout until 6 pm, as well as a 30 percent discount on best available rate for a second night. Club lounge members can also expect private check-in and checkout, along with complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, along with canapés served with champagne, wines, bottled cocktails, house spirits, and beer.
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