Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong slashes staycation rates


A Harbour View Room at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong.


Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong has slashed staycation rates for long-stay guests.


The luxury property, one of Hong Kong’s top hotels, is now offering preferential rates and a slew of benefits for guests booking for a stay of seven nights or more.


The property’s ‘Long Stay Experience Package’ boasts rates starting from just HK$1,400 per night for a minimum seven-night stay.


Guests who take advantage of the offer at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong can also look forward to additional benefits, including one complimentary breakfast either in-room or at the Clipper Lounge or Café Causette, a HK$1,000 dining credit for each seven consecutive nights booked, a 15% discount on food and drinks ordered through in-room dining, 25% off laundry services, 30% off minibar items, a complimentary rapid antigen test kit per guest per stay and a guaranteed room upgrade to the next room category when booking selected room types.


A range of interactive online classes will also be available to guests between March 21 and April 24, including a sound-healing class, a guided meditation and a yoga session, all led by holistic practitioners from The Mandarin Spa.


There will also be cooking and baking demos from the culinary team at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, as well as a cocktail workshop with instruction from mixologists at The Aubrey, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong’s recently opened dining space.


Guests can even enjoy a virtual tour of the historic hotel.


Long Stay Experience Package enquiries or bookings can be made online or by reaching out to mohkg-reservations@mohg.com.


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