Fun and games at Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong's new kids' club.
Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong has launched a kids’ club.
The city centre property is a perennial favourite amongst international business guests, but with Hong Kong shut to overseas travellers, the hotel is pivoting towards family staycations.
The kids’ club is open to children aged three to 12 years with plenty of games and entertainment to keep youngsters engaged. Which of course leaves mum and dad free to sample the adult-focused facilities at the luxe hotel.
Mini guests will be welcomed at the club with activities from Xbox game consoles to board game classics such as Monopoly, UNO and Jenga.
For families heading for a splash in the pool, water toys will also be available at the hotel’s indoor swimming pool, as well as cartoons played on the video wall.
The hotel is currently running a 'Staycation by MO' room package with a variety of curated experiences. Hong Kong is currently enduring a round of strict social distancing measures, meaning spas are closed and restaurants must shut at 6pm. As such, Mandarin is offering guests the opportunity to book now, stay later.
Along with the kids club, families staying at Mandarin Oriental will be able to take advantage of special child-friendly activities at the hotel, including a Chocolate Hunt, Manicure Workshop, Towel & Balloon Art and Amenities Memory Game.
Guests who book a two-night stay in a City View Room or a higher room category will be able to test drive a Mercedes-Benz for a day. Explore Hong Kong as a family, or treat yourself to a romantic drive a deux.
Further perks include a HK$1,000 dining or spa credit when booking a room, or HK$1,288 per stay when booking a suite; 24-hour check-in and check-out; complimentary room upgrade; daily breakfast for two adults and one child; complimentary meals for children under 12 years from the kids menu; one rollaway bed for children under 12 years; and a welcome amenity. Staycation guests will also receive dining privileges at sister hotel, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, including 25% off food at MO Bar and SOMM.
‘Staycation by MO’ is available until December 29, 2020. Prices start from HK$2,880 per night on weekdays and HK$2,980 on weekends.