Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong’s new Suite Escape Package ensures a luxurious experience for guests, allowing them to escape the tedium of modern travel, with Fast Track arrival service, private car transfers, and a 24-hour check in and departure service. Once whisked to any of the hotel’s six signature suites, guests will enjoy breakfast in bed, a fully stocked complimentary mini-bar, and internet access for multiple devices.
Each signature suite is spacious and individually furnished to embrace the hotel’s oriental heritage, together with 21st century luxurious and contemporary touches, and spectacular views over Victoria Harbour. With an unmatched location in the very heart of Hong Kong for over 50 years, the new Suite Escape Package allows guests to experience a luxurious stay in the double height Presidential Mandarin Suite, the Portuguese flavoured Macau Suite, the nautical luxury of the Tamar Suite, the Lichfield Suite, named after renowned photographer, Lord Patrick Lichfield, the Japanese inspired Meiji Suite, or the traditional English style of the Howarth Suite.
The Suite Escape Package is based on double occupancy and includes:
• Meet & Greet and Fast Track service at Hong Kong International Airport
• Round trip car transfers in either a luxury Tesla Model S or Mercedes Benz S300
• Daily in-suite breakfast for two
• 24-hour check in and check out time designed to meet any travel schedule
• A fully stocked complimentary in-suite mini-bar
• High speed internet access for up to six devices
The Suite Escape Package is available throughout 2016, with prices starting from HKD28,000 plus 10% service charge per night, subject to availability. Terms and conditions apply. Room reservations can be made directly by contacting the hotel on + 852 2820 4202 or emailing
The Presidential Mandarin Suite
The Mandarin Suite reflects the opulence of the old Chinese Court combined with the latest comforts from the west. The numerous striking antique pieces include murals by renowned artist Gerard D’A Henderson adorning the main walls of the sitting room. Located on the 22nd floor, the suite consists of a living room with double-height full-length soaring windows, dining room with kitchenette, private spa treatment suite, entertainment study room, bedroom with marble bathroom and a balcony the entire length of the suite on two sides affording spectacular views of the harbour and cityscape.
The elegantly decorated Macau Suite is inspired by a colonial Portuguese home fusing eastern design with western touches. It consists of a stunning domed entryway, large bedroom, walk-in closet, a spacious marble bathroom, large living room and dining room complete with circular dining table which is perfect for entertaining.
Located on the 22nd floor, the stunning Tamar Suite is named after the building housing the former British Naval headquarters, and now home to the Chinese military, which the hotel overlooks. The suite’s design alludes to the luxury of a private yacht with elegant wood panelled walls and fine nautical details. There is a large bedroom with adjacent walk-in closet, master bathroom with ocean coloured hues, spacious living and dining room with pantry and working desk.
This one of a kind suite honours the memory of Lord Patrick Lichfield, who was the original celebrated photographer behind Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s award-winning global advertising campaign entitled “He’s a Fan/She’s a Fan”. The interior design pays homage to Lord Lichfield’s celebrated style and is inspired by his legendary London photography studio including tripod lamps and curtains made from metallic fabric. Thoughtful details have been incorporated throughout the suite as well as some never previously shown shots of Hong Kong which are hung on the walls, together with portraits of actors Joanna Lumley, Charlie Chaplin and Marlon Brando, alongside informal photographs of the British Royal Family.
The décor of the Meiji Suite alludes to the traditions of Japanese hospitality and is serenely designed with a light, tranquil feel using pale maple furniture accented in black lacquer, a carpet weave echoing traditional tatami matting and selected pieces of Japanese artwork adorning the walls. The entrance is via a vestibule leading into a spacious sitting room, which is adjacent to a large walk-in closet, bathroom and bedroom.
The spacious Howarth Suite exudes understated elegance and traditional English style, boasting a handsome décor with wood-panelled walls, cream carpets, velvet fabrics, and mahogany and walnut wood furnishings. There is a large walk-in closet, leading to a sumptuous bedroom and bathroom.