Largely unchanged for over 117 years, one of London’s landmark hotels has finally emerged from it’s first ever full scale renovation and it is an ultimate shrine to art decor luxe traveling.
Under the watchful eye of architecture firm Purcell along with Joyce Wang and Adam Tihany, the 181 room Mandarin Oriental hotel, overlooking Hyde Park, London, has been transformed into a modern space that pays homage to traditional travel and luxury living.
Overlooking the capital’s iconic Hyde Park, the Mandarin Oriental is a London landmark, and is once again an experience that must be seen to be believed.
After a number of delays, which included a fire in 2018, the hotel finally opened its doors in 2019 and is packed with jaw dropping features that fuses modern luxury travelling with traditional Mandarin Oriental features.
The five-star hotel features impressive art deco inspired custom furnishings, rich leather fixtures, marble-lined bathrooms in all the rooms, hand-painted, gilded silk walls throughout, and impeccable design in every corner, not to mention breathtaking views across the city of London.
The hotel also includes two elegantly designed new restaurants, a stunning spa, and even a water temple dedicated to complete relaxation and wellness.
If you are looking for a romantic night away, a special occasion dinner, or just wanting a hotel experience like no other, the Mandarin Oriental could be exactly what you are looking for.
If you fancy enjoying a night at the Mandarin the average room will cost £1,080 for a basic room for two people. To book visit Mandarin Oriental online.
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