The hotel at a glance
Whether you’re on a mission to raid designer stores, close a deal or simply spend some time in an intimate setting, the Landmark, is your hotel of choice.
Located on Queens Road central and surrounded by the Landmark mall, the Mandarin Oriental Landmark wears its “bleasure” credentials on its sleeve. Unlike its bigger brother the Mandarin Oriental, the Landmark is relatively small featuring only 101 rooms and 12 suites. But what it lacks in size, it more than makes up for in service. The staff call you by name and offer an exceptional personalized experience making the Landmark feel like a home away from home between two busy shopping sprees. Even if you don’t want to jump into the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong’s streets, the hotel offers plenty of arguments for you to stay within its midst.
Peter Remedious and Adam Tihany teamed up to create a gem of contemporary design that borders on the luxurious. Every bit of the hotel shines with their Midas touch and will probably have you jotting down ideas for your own home before you leave.If you feel like getting pampered, the Landmark’s spa is one of the best Asia has to offer. Complete with amethyst crystal steam rooms, experience showers, Turkish hammams and a Bastien Gonzalez podiatry studio; you would hardly believe that one the world’s busiest cities lies beyond it’s walls.
When you’re freshened up and willing to mingle, head to the Landmark’s MO bar, one of the Island’s most popular haunts for socialites. From Wenesday to Saturday, the MO’ s decks pump out some of the best grooves on the Island and features live guest acts including big name celebrities. It also serves a sweet Mo Tox cocktail that we highly recommend you try.
Regardless of whether you spent the day in the spa or a meeting room, ending it in the Amber restaurant for some fine dining is an absolute must. This two star Michelin restaurant serves some impressive contemporary French cuisine, courtesy of Dutch chef Richard Ekkebus. Seafood is king here, and Ekkebus’s dishes are tinged with a distinctive Dutch influence that will have you booking a table the very next day.
We really enjoyed the Landmark. It’s got a very distinctive “chic” and is Hong Kong’s best boutique offering for those in the “ business and leisure” market. Regardless of the reasons for your stay, we are sure you will love the little oasis on Queen’s road Central.
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- 15 Queen's Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
Check-in / Check-out
- Check-in: 2 pm
- Check-out: noon
- Public areas: HKD160 per day
- In-room: HKD160 per day
Transportation & Transfers
- Car park / valet service: free of charge
- Transfer service: subject to additional charges
- Children are welcome in this hotel
- Public areas: smoking not allowed
- Smoking rooms: available
Food & beverages
Amber (Restaurant: French cuisine)
MO Bar (Bar, Breakfast, Afternoon tea, Light meals)
- Continental breakfast: HKD253
- American breakfast: HKD308
- Buffet breakfast: HKD228.80
Amenities & services
- 109 rooms and suites
- In-room amenities (iPod dock, flatscreen TV, in-room safe, minibar, coffee / tea making facilities, complimentary newspaper daily)
- Air conditioned hotel
- Laundry service
- Concierge service
Spa (The Oriental Spa)
- Hammam / steam room
- Indoor pool
- Fitness center
Always included in this hotel
- Free use of The Oriental Spa’s “Heat and Water Experience” with sauna, steam, vitality pool, ice fountain & relaxation room
- Free local calls
- Welcome amenities
- Welcome tea