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Photograph: The Mandarin Club | Courtesy Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

Mandarin Oriental to launch new club lounge and restaurants in February

The luxury hotel will complete renovations and welcome guests with a staycation package to experience it all

By
Fontaine Cheng
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Having closed its top floors for renovations since June 2020, the Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is set to complete the revamp and reopen on February 1 to reveal a brand new luxury club lounge as well as the expanded version of Chinese restaurant Man Wah and the newest dining addition, Japanese izakaya, Aubrey on the top floor.

The new club lounge, named The Mandarin Club, will be an expansive 6,200sq ft lounge area on the hotel's 23rd floor and will provide dining and concierge services for Club guests all day. It will also offer central city views that overlook Statue Square Garden. The lounge will feature a luxurious yet inviting interior filled with soft textures and wood floors, accented with warm hues of ochre and marsala on a modern palette of slate and tan throughout.  

Meanwhile, both new and revamped restaurants will be located on the 25th floor of the hotel. One-Michelin-starred Chinese restaurant Man Wah, which expanded over to where M Bar used to be, will benefit from a bigger dining space and new private dining rooms that feature refined Chinese details to reflect the cuisine it offers. The new menu will continue to provide fine dining Cantonese cuisine created by executive Chinese chef Wing-Keung Wong, who interprets traditional recipes for the modern tastes and has kept some of his signature dishes in the process.

The Mandarin Oriental's newest restaurant, The Aubrey, is a Japanese izakaya inspired by Japanism art movement, which impacted western art and Impressionism in the mid-19th century. With this concept, the restaurant will reflect a whimsical and eccentric vibe while offering Japanese cuisine using premium ingredients and traditional cooking techniques, along with Japanese whiskies and cocktails. The new restaurant is a collaboration with the restaurant group Maximal Concepts, who are also behind restaurants such as Mott 32 and Limewood in Hong Kong.

To celebrate the launch, Mandarin Oriental is offering The Club Escape room package for guests to experience all of the new openings. Priced from $5,880/night, and available to stays from February 1 to June 30 2021, the package includes Club Floor accommodation, an off-menu tasting for two at Man Wah, one signature cocktail for two people at The Aubrey, late check-out (until 6pm), and access to The Mandarin Club priveledges which offers private check-in and check-out, breakfast, afternoon tea, light snacks, evening canapés with Champagne, complimentary minibar drinks and more. Those who book the package will also enjoy 30 percent off the best available rate for a second consecutive night.

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