The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

An intimate and mod Hong Kong oasis
With only 98 rooms and 13 suites, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental is a chic and intimate hotel in the heart of Hong Kong, located right on The Queen’s Road Central in the heart of the city’s business and fashion districts.

Outfitted with a modern, streamlined look, the hotel is an oasis for travelers with discriminating taste who appreciate excellent service and who want to be as centrally located as possible.

The intimate size of the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel ensures that the staff will remember you by name throughout your stay, and, indeed, service is some of the best in the city. The uncompromising staff will attend to your every need and whim — maybe before you even knew you needed something.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • In a city where cutting-edge design and architecture thrives, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is at the forefront with its ultra-contemporary, luxurious and subdued design scheme.
  • The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong’s doors open straight onto one of Hong Kong’s busiest streets, giving the hotel the feeling of being at the heart of the action.
  • The turndown service at the Hong Kong hotel is truly luxurious. Upon returning to your room in the evening, you’ll find a selection of chocolates, bottled water and a clever dish designed to hold fragrant aromatherapy oils that will induce sleep.
  • The 15-room Oriental Spa offers an array of luxurious water features to enjoy such as experience showers, vitality pools, ice fountains, amethyst crystal steam rooms, saunas, and Zen relaxation rooms.
  • Any craving can be satisfied here, where chef Richard Ekkebus helms Amber, the hotel’s renowned, upscale French-Japanese restaurant, while expertly prepared cocktails and nibbles can be had at MO Bar, adjacent to the lobby.
Things to Know
  • No need to worry if you forgot an important cord at home — the Five-Star hotel also provides a technology kit with all of the cables you may need.
  • You’ll be able to stay wired during your stay at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, but it will come with a fee. The hotel charges browsing internet at HKD100 (USD $12.8) per day or streaming internet at HKD190 (US $24.3) per day.
  • The boutique-style hotel has only 111 rooms, and that intimate scale is first noticed in the lobby, which feels like it could be your own living room, with its warm, welcoming hues.
The Rooms
  • The hotel’s über-contemporary design style extends to streamlined rooms where massive spa-like bathrooms offer a serene respite from bustling Central.
  • The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong offers some of the best hotel bathrooms we’ve ever seen, thanks to rain showers, ample amenities and in many, huge circular soaking tubs.
  • All of the rooms and suites at this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel have the same cozy design, with loads of technological gadgets, from in-room entertainment systems to flat-screen TVs in the bedroom and bathroom.
  • The well-appointed rooms are expertly divided into three distinct spaces: seating, sleeping and bathing, providing the perfect place to unwind after a long day.
The Restaurants
  • Following a 2019 redesign, the Hong Kong hotel’s signature restaurant Amber showcases fresh, light-filled interiors and curvaceous furniture guided by acclaimed New York designer Adam Tihany.

  • Culinary director and chef Richard Ekkebus has given the Five-Star contemporary French restaurant’s menu a bit of a makeover too, shifting its focus to modern dining using traditional French cooking techniques while cutting out diary and minimizing additives like sugar and salt. Ultra-fresh dishes might include Okinawa corn with Kristal Schrenki caviar, teardrop peas with pomelo and cuttlefish, or a refreshing dessert with avocado, lime, pistachio and granny smith apple.

  • MO Bar features all-day dining and delicious cocktails. Breakfast brings dim sum, while lunch offers both a la carte and set menu options with specialties like Hainan chicken rice and the Impossible burger.
  • In the afternoon, MO Bar serves a unique selection of sandwiches and pastries accompanied by luxurious tea blends. For a stronger sip, visit SOMM, where a team of expert sommeliers pairs more than 100 wines and sakes with a menu of elevated French bistro fare. 
  • Speakeasy-style PDT Hong Kong is a hot spot for evening tipples. A unique collaboration with popular New York spot PDT (Please Don’t Tell), this fresh 25-seat concept features a phone booth entrance, American comfort foods (such as chilli dogs and Okonomiyaki-style tater tots) and a list of creative cocktails.

24-hour room service
Babysitting services
House car
Indoor pool
Meeting rooms
Getting There
15 Queen’s Road, Hong Kong, China
HKG (28-45 min)  
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
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