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Hong Kong's Mandarin Oriental unveils The Aubrey

Mandarin Oriental's newest dining space, The Aubrey, is set to open in February.

Hong Kong’s Mandarin Oriental hotel will be unveiling a new club lounge and restaurants next month.

The spaces open on February 1 and will include The Mandarin Club, a 6,200sqft lounge with views over Statue Square and the surrounding cityscape from the hotel’s 23rd floor. Facilities include a board room, all-day dining area and lounge.

Michelin-starred Cantonese specialist Man Wah continues to hold fort on the 25th floor, but now boasting a makeover. Diners will be able to enjoy views over Victoria Harbour while sampling a revamped menu, which embraces traditional signature Cantonese dishes as well as Chef Wing-Keung Wong’s interpretation of ancient recipes. Guests can choose to be seated in the new-look restaurant or in one of the new private dining rooms.

The Aubrey, the hotel’s latest restaurant, will also be enjoying its big reveal. The space is a collaboration with local restaurant group Maximal Concepts, which owns and manages 18 further dining brands in Hong Kong, including Mott 32, Limewood and Stockton. The Aubrey takes over from Pierre, Mandarin Oriental's French-influenced restaurant which closed last year.

The Aubrey will be serving Japanese cuisine inspired by the izakayas - informal Japanese bars or pubs - of Ginza, an upmarket district of Tokyo.

“This milestone transformation has been an exhilarating journey,” said Pierre Barthes, area vice president and general manager. “These enhancements bring renewed inspiration to our passion for culture, cuisine and the arts.”

To celebrate the new openings, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong has launched a special ‘Club Escape’ package. It includes Club Floor accommodation, off-menu tasting for two at Man Wah, one signature cocktail for two at The Aubrey, late check-out until 6pm and a 30% discount on the Best Available Rate for a second consecutive night. Guests will also have access to The Mandarin Club privileges, including private check-in and check-out, breakfast and afternoon tea, complimentary soft drinks and tea and coffee, light snacks throughout the day, evening canapes served with champagne, wines, bottled cocktails or house spirits and complimentary beer and non-alcoholic drinks from the mini-bar.

Prices start at HK$5,880 per night for stays between February 1 and June 30. Bookings can be made online.


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