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The Landmark Mandarin Oriental

Contemporary retreat in a fashionable neighbourhood

Boutiqueified counterpoint to the old-world luxe of their Connaught Road outpost, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental serves as a sleek, unfussy retreat to bounce onto Central’s innumerable shopping and dining spots. The interiors, in a bold, contemporary style, make masterful use of space – the hotel’s standard rooms are claimed to be the city’s largest. Sharing a building with the namesake Landmark complex, the hotel enjoys prime positioning to service trips out into Central and beyond, but many instead will flock to The Landmark for Richard Ekkebus’s modern French cuisine at Amber, and the transcendent all-day MO Bar. Likewise, the Oriental Spa draws admirers with its decadent Sodashi treatments.

 

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