Book your room at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
Get an overview of this hotelCentral business district hotel overlooks harbor
Near shops, dining
Overlooking Victoria Harbour, this Hong Kong landmark is located in the midst of Central's financial, shopping, and entertainment area.
World of bliss
The hotel's tri-level spa merges beauty and health through traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic treatments. Global influences are also featured at its ten restaurants and lounges, including the Michelin-starred Pierre.
All 501 guestrooms feature a blend of European and Asian decor, complimentary butler service, marble bathrooms with designer toiletries, and high-speed Internet access (surcharge).Would you like to give us feedback? Share it! Opens in a new window
Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong5 Connnaught Road Central Hong Kong
The 25-story hotel is connected by an air-conditioned walkway to the Landmark shopping complex, and is within four blocks of SoHo dining, Lan Kwai Fong nightlife, and Hollywood Road antiques. On-site dining options include seven restaurants and lounges serving cuisine ranging from classic European to contemporary French-Asian fusion. The top-floor Vong restaurant and bar offers harbor and city views.
The health club includes saunas and treatment rooms (surcharge) providing massage, nail care, facials, and acupressure.
Event facilities range from a 14-seat boardroom to a 5,597-square-foot space; audio-visual equipment and event catering are available.
- 24-hour front desk
- Coffee/tea in common areas
- Computer station
- Conference space
- Express check-in
- Express check-out
- Gift shops or newsstand
- Hair salon
- Multilingual staff
- Number of floors - 25
- Shopping on site
- Spa treatment room(s)
- Spa tub
- Steam room
- Total number of rooms - 501
- Wedding services
- Year Built 1963
- Access via exterior corridors
- Blackout drapes/curtains
- In-room climate control (air conditioning)
- Designer toiletries
- DVD player
- Hair dryer
- Hypo-allergenic bedding available
- In-room childcare (surcharge)
- In-room massage available
- Partially open bathroom
- Pillow menu
- Separate bathtub and shower
- Turndown service
Where to Eat
Pierre - Serving modern French cuisine with Victoria Harbour views on the 25th floor. Honored with one Michelin star.
Man Wah - Man Wah is the hotel's signature Cantonese restaurant and features panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong cityscape. The menu offers local favourites alongside seasonal specialties with touches of modern flair.
Mandarin Grill - Long favoured by the international business set, the Mandarin Grill specializes in grilled meats and seafood. Gourmands can enjoy oysters and sashimi at the Crustacea Bar. Private dining available.
Café Causette - A smart mix of silk and tweed, Café Causette offers informal contemporary all-day dining; Signature dishes include Nasi Goreng, Hainan Chicken Rice, and Thai Red Duck Curry, while the pizzas are also famed among locals as the best in town.
The Clipper Lounge - Deep sofas and armchairs and low tables make this mezzanine lounge popular for afternoon tea, as well as breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffets. Open from early morning to late evening.
Chinnery Bar - Named after the 18th-century British artist George Chinnery, this small gastropub has dark-wood panels, leather banquettes, upholstered armchairs, and mahogany tables. British pub-style cuisine is served, and 120 single-malt whiskies are available. Open from late morning to late evening.
Captain's Bar - Cocktails and conversation convene nightly near the hotel lobby. Live music available.
The Krug Room - Intimate chef's table featuring unique dishes accompanied by Krug Champagne.
M bar - 25th-floor bar serving cocktails and Cantonese tapas.
Cake Shop - Patisserie offering handmade chocolates, cakes, and breads, arrayed like jewels.
A live jazz band performs in the Captain's Bar every evening.
Nearby Things to Do
The 24-hour gym has free weights and cardiovascular equipment, including 10 treadmills with individual TVs and headsets. Other facilities include saunas, steam rooms, hydro-steam shower in the women's section, and a hot-and-cold spa tub in the men's section.
Jogging tracks are available along Queens Pier, opposite the hotel, or in Hong Kong Park, three blocks away.
The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or near the hotel; fees may apply.
Warm tones and woods complement the contemporary interior design at the Mandarin Spa, which spans three floors. A wide array of treatments and therapies are carried out within the spa's facilities, which comprise a salon, men's barber, and eight private treatment rooms—including two couples' suites with private bath and showers—an “Ayurvedic Sanctuary,” hydrotherapy room, Kneipp pool, Chinese herbal steam rooms, and Vichy shower.
Drawing on a combination of specially-selected methods and philosophies from around the world, the Mandarin Spa provides treatments to relax, restore, and repair the body and mind. Healing therapies are inspired by traditional Chinese medicine and the ancient philosophies of Ayurveda.
Oriental Harmony (110 minutes):
Four hands work in perfect unison in a remarkable experience that inspires a harmony of the senses. The treatment begins with a soothing footbath in purifying waters, leaving them soft and supple and the mind relaxed. Next, two therapists correspond in time and movement, first providing a warm scrub that soothes and replenishes the skin and later a harmonious massage that balances the body. The treatment concludes with both head and feet being massaged simultaneously. The mind is uplifted, the body is energised and the skin is left exotically fragrant.
Imperial Jade (120 minutes):
This stimulating new ritual offers the perfect antidote to the pulsating rhythm of the city and consists of two hours of superlative pampering during which the body is stimulated with a series of techniques. The journey begins with a foot-cleansing herbal compress and reflexology to open meridian energy lines. A Chinese-style massage is then performed to stimulate acupressure points and aid in tension release, balancing both yin and yang energies.
A luxurious combination of locally-sourced sesame and ground rice body scrub follows to lighten and stimulate the skin before a green tea and algae body mask—specifically blended to eliminate toxins and refine the skin. The treatment concludes with a ginseng facemask, renowned for its anti-aging effects through cellular renewal, during which cool jade rollers are used on the face to lift and tone while hydrating the complexion, ensuring equilibrium in both mind and body.
Hydrotherapy Tub Treatment (30 minutes):
This body treatment combines the therapeutic benefits of multi-directional jet pressures and essential oils to enhance the body and mind, with different programmes to work on specific key areas of concern. It is ideal for relieving physical and mental tension and refreshing the body.
Aroma Stone Massage (50 or 120 minutes):
Stone therapy is a Native American Indian practice used since ancient times as a healing treatment. The use of stones generates energy, creating a sense of balance and calm as well as giving relief to deep-seated muscle tension.
Chinese Meridian Massage (60 minutes):
Although attention is placed on the tendomuscular system, focus is on acupressure points and directional flow of the subtle channels in the body. Chinese meridian massage is more than a system of relaxation and tension release. The focus is on the subtle energy channels which influence the organs on a deeper level and treats complex complaints. (Cupping may also be included within the treatment time if guest's particular condition requires this.)
Abhyanga (60 minutes):
Abhyanga is a light form of massage that does not involve muscle manipulation. "Abhyanga" literally means "application of oil", and uses herbs, oil, touch and friction to elicit a deeply relaxing effect on the nervous system. It has a balancing effect on all three doshas or body types. It also helps mobilise toxins, promote youthfulness, and increase energy. A steam bath or hot shower is highly recommended after this massage.
- Prenatal massage
- Thai massage
- Couples treatment rooms
- Manicures and pedicures
- Body scrubs
- Aromatherapy treatments
- Hydrotherapy treatments
- Spa tub in spa
- Body treatments
- Facial treatments
Minimum check-in age is 18
Check-in time starts at 2 PM
Children and extra beds
- Children are welcome.
- Pets not allowed (service dogs only)
You need to know
Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
- No onsite parking is available.
Only service dogs are allowed
No rollaway/extra beds available
No cribs (infant beds) available
- An early check-in fee will be charged
- A late check-out fee will be charged
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We should mention
Only registered guests are allowed in the guestrooms.