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It’s no secret that Hong Kong is a shopping paradise, and there’s no more convenient place to stay while indulging your inner shopaholic at Hong Kong’s famous sales Full review →
Chic and exclusive contemporary boutique hotel in the heart of Central, a short walk from the shopping and entertainment district. Full review →
Mandarin Oriental is probably the only brand that could, and did, make it work, thanks to great design and its signature impeccable service.
Although its sister property, the original Mandarin Oriental, has now reopened (with much hullabaloo), the Landmark is no slouch, either.
"Once you get to the room, the wow factor begins" at this Central district hotel—whose designers include Adam Tihany—connected by skybridges to commercial buildings and shopping. Full review →
Intelligent conversion of former offices into some of the largest hotel rooms in Hong Kong.
For fine dining, the Michelin two-starred Amber is consistently spectacular, and the MO Bar (serving Hong Kong's favorite high tea) has become one of the premiere places to see and be seen. Full review →
With only 101 rooms and 12 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. Full review →
Located atop the Landmark shopping complex and popular with designers who have shops there, this small hotel has a contemporary yet laid-back, refined atmosphere. Full review →
In a daring act of brand extension, the venerable Mandarin Oriental took a big step into the world of design and boutique hotels with their 2005 opening: The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong. Full review →
This new, ultra-contemporary, boutique-like addition to the Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong family offers only 100-odd rooms, making it a bit less bustling than its flagship counterpart. Full review →
At Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, you’ll swear your room is working hard to please you, one 480-thread-count sheet, aromatherapy amenity and downtown city view at a time. Full review →
Not to be confused with the larger Mandarin Oriental nearby, this impeccable 109-room luxury boutique hotel offers everything money can buy. Full review →
Not only are the comfortable, smartly designed bedrooms big on luxury and size but they also come with stylish bathrooms attached: these feature either sunken or circular baths.
Sporting all of the five-star services of a large luxury hotel, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental manages to feel both intimate and well equipped. Full review →
The gorgeous Landmark hotel is one of the more intimate luxury options in Hong Kong. Full review →
Boasts some of the largest guest rooms in the city, yet its intimate size allows for excellent customer-service standards and an instant response to any request. Full review →
The Landmark is boutique-sized, with just 113 guestrooms, but it packs a major punch in both style and food. Full review →
Want to get out onto the harbor? The hotel has contacts at the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club who can arrange for a sail (depending on your skill). Full review →
Located amidst the towering skyscrapers in the heart of the city’s shopping and business districts, the Landmark Mandarin Oriental is housed within an exclusive shopping centre. Full review →
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