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At the Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, the sense that you’re walking into a legendary hotel is unshakable from the moment you enter the lobby. Contented murmurs fill the space and everywhere you look, corporate types dressed in tailored Hermes suits look like they are on their way to a fashion show. To many locals, the “Grande Dame of the Far East” (as she is lovingly called) is an institution, holding the title of Hong Kong’s first luxury hotel that set the benchmark for all others. To tourists, she is just the perfect introduction to the city with her unbeatable location in the heart of the business district, intuitive staff, Michelin-starred eats and a spa designed over two floors to be an environment for complete holistic rejuvenation. For well-to-do Hongkongers, getting a Shanghainese pedicure at the Mandarin Salon or a shave at the barber is almost a rite of passage, while elsewhere, the famous afternoon tea served at the Clipper Lounge is a time-honored tradition that regularly attracts the city’s movers and shakers.