The Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong will launch a new club lounge next month as well as upgraded and refreshed dining facilities on the iconic hotel’s top floor.
The Mandarin Club, a new 6,200 square feet club lounge on the 23rd floor, will provide guests with a luxurious all-day retreat overlooking Statue Square Garden and the surrounding cityscape. The space effortlessly blends comfort with luxury and features a boardroom, dining area, and lounge while providing a range of dining and concierge services for Club guests throughout the day.
On the 25th floor, Michelin-starred Man Wah continues its reputation as Hong Kong’s most beautiful dining space with a new makeover. Enjoying panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong skyline, the framed windows and delicate Chinese details throughout the venue play an integral part of the dining experience.
Guests can enjoy a new menu of exquisite time-honoured Cantonese cuisine by executive Chinese chef Wing-Keung Wong in either the main restaurant or one of the new private dining rooms. Chef Wong has introduced his interpretation of ancient recipes for the modern palate to the menu while also retaining his signature dishes.
Situated on the same floor is the hotel’s newest restaurant, The Aubrey (above), a collaboration with award-winning restaurant group Maximal Concepts, takes its inspiration from the mid-nineteenth-century art movement Japanism. The Aubrey channels the whimsical vibe of Japanese izakayas in Ginza while serving dishes prepared with the finest Japanese ingredients and traditional cooking techniques.
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