The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong joins ‘Tomorrow’s CENTRAL’ project

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is set to elevate luxury hospitality standards as part of the transformative ‘Tomorrow’s CENTRAL’ project, enhancing guest experiences and offerings.

Hong Kong – The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong which has been delivering exceptional hospitality in the heart of Hong Kong’s Central district since 2005, is partaking in LANDMARK’s transformative project ‘Tomorrow’s CENTRAL’. As part of this project, the hotel is poised to enhance the luxury offering, setting a new benchmark for ultra-luxury living in the heart of Hong Kong.

At the reimagined LANDMARK, guests will have convenient access to 10 world class luxury Maison destinations (Cartier, CHANEL, Dior, Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Saint Laurent, Sotheby’s, Tiffany & Co., and Van Cleef & Arpels), over 200 additional exceptional retail experiences and more than 100 gastronomic offerings. During the hotel’s refurbishment, which is scheduled to begin in November 2024, the hotel will continue to operate its acclaimed seven Michelin stars on the 7th floor – namely the 2-Michelin and Green-starred Amber and SOMM under the helm of Chef Richard Ekkebus, together with 3-Michelin-starred Sushi Shikon and 1-Michelin-starred Kappo Rin. Additionally, two new dining and bar concepts will be introduced, including a splendid alfresco terrace in the heart of Central, adding an additional level of vibrancy to the hotel’s award-winning dining.

The project will also be extended to the guestrooms and suites, which are going to be artfully refreshed to complement the overall elevated offerings whilst The Oriental Spa will allow guests to escape the bustling city with new and revitalising facilities. The acclaimed Hong Kong designer Joyce Wang, who has created the hotel’s current chic residential-style interiors, has been appointed to oversee this new and exciting design phase, which will introduce exquisite craftsmanship to guestrooms and suites with elevated wellness spaces and vibrant new dining venues.

Greg Liddell, Area Vice President, Operations, said, “The return of Joyce’s signature touch to this hotel will again set a global benchmark, and we are looking forward to unveiling exceptional new experiences, as we embark on a new era for The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong while celebrating the 20th anniversary of the hotel in 2025.”

Michael Smith, Chief Executive of Hongkong Land, added, “The reimagined The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong will be an integral part of our upcoming transformative journey for the LANDMARK, exemplifying our vision of creating a world-class luxury lifestyle and business destination in the heart of Central.”

Laurent Kleitman, Group Chief Executive of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group concludes, “Hong Kong is and has always been home of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group. Because of this we are especially proud to be adding to the city’s world-renowned dynamism and energy. The renovation of The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is the beginning of a series of transformations of our most iconic flagship properties around the globe.”

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