What is turndown service like at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong?

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Return to your room at the end of the day at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong and you’ll find your room prepared for a good night’s sleep. The housekeeping staff at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel draws the electronically controlled shades (you’ll need them, as the rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows that look out onto the very-close-by offices that surround this skyscraper hotel), turns down the bed and tidies the room. You’ll find a selection of chocolates, bottled water and a clever dish designed to hold fragrant aromatherapy oils that will induce sleep. The ample stash of bath products by cult brand Aromatherapy Associates will be replenished, the lights dimmed and a room service breakfast menu left behind for your order.

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