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Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong 5.0

Central, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong

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  • In the heart of Central, overlooking the Victoria Harbour
  • Large, elegant rooms with contemporary Chinese decor and sleek bathrooms
  • Great harbor or city views from most rooms
  • Tranquil Mandarin Spa complete with a salon and a barber
  • Upscale dining options, including 3 Michelin star restaurants, a popular lounge, and a bakery
  • Stylish fitness center with modern machines and natural light
  • Indoor heated pool with flume jet and skylight
  • Family-friendly amenities include kids’ menus, in-room Xboxes, and babysitting services
  • Floor butler and IT support available


  • Study Rooms don’t have tubs
  • Fee for Wi-Fi
  • Some complaints of noise on lower floors

Bottom Line

The Mandarin Oriental is one of the top luxury hotels in Hong Kong, and a popular choice among well-heeled families and business travelers. It has 501 elegant rooms featuring contemporary Chinese decor, large windows with wonderful views, and gorgeous bathrooms with sleek glass-enclosed showers and bathtubs (except Study Rooms, which have walk-in showers only). Highlights include a nice spa, a modern fitness center, upscale services such as floor butlers, and a convenient location in the heart of Central. There is also a wide array of dining options, including three Michelin-star restaurants.

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In the heart of Central, within walking distance to attractions, corporate offices and Central MTR station

Map of Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

The Mandarin Oriental is centrally located in the heart of Central, overlooking Victoria Harbour. Connaught Road is a busy thoroughfare lined with gleaming skyscrapers bordering the Hong Kong Park and The Peak to the north. The Central MTR station is a 3-minute walk away, and the bridges that cross over to Kowloon are just a short drive away.

The business and financial hub of the city, Central overlooks the water from the north shore of Hong Kong Island. Its skyline is defined by tall glass-and-steel buildings and has a modern look, but some buildings from the neighborhood's past as a former British colony and military port remain.

Many tourists stay in or visit Central; its mix of modern and historic is appealing, and there are plenty of sights to take in. Central is home not only to upscale shopping centers and top-notch restaurants, but it is also home to several beautiful parks and gardens. The Chater Garden features a zoo and a playground, popular among families, and Hong Kong Park is the site of the Museum of Tea, housed in a historic colonial building.

  • 42-minute drive (without traffic) to Hong Kong International Airport
  • 6-minute walk to Chater Garden
  • 5-minute walk to shops and restaurants
  • 6-minute walk to upscale shopping at IFC Mall
  • 10-minute walk to Hong Kong Park
  • 17-minute subway ride to Victoria Park
  • 4-minute drive to Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, or 12 minutes via public transportation
  • 8-minute drive to Hong Kong Stadium
  • 8-minute drive to Ocean Park Theme Park
  • 13-minute drive to Jade Market
  • 15-minute drive to the Hong Kong Museum of Art
  • 18-minute drive to The Peak
  • 19-minute drive to Tai Tam Country Park
  • 26-minute drive to Ma Wan Tung Wan Beach
  • 31-minute drive to Big Wave Bay Beach
  • 31-minute drive to Hong Kong Disneyland

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No.5 Connaught Road, Central, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Region, China

Room Types

  • Deluxe Oriental Suite
  • Deluxe Room
  • Deluxe Suite
  • Harbour Room
  • Howarth Suite
  • Lichfield Suite
  • Macau Suite
  • Mandarin Suite
  • Meiji Suite
  • Oriental Suite
  • Premier Room
  • Studio Suite
  • Study Room
  • Superior Room
  • Tamar Suite

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