Mandarin Oriental renovates London hotel

September 26, 2017 by  
Filed under EUROPE, Hospitality, Lens Lines

HONG KONG, 26 September 2017 : Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s European flagship, Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London, will embark on the first phase of a restoration that is due to be completed by the third quarter of 2018.

The hotel remains open throughout the renovation.

The first phase of the renovation includes the introduction of 95 new rooms and suites in the Knightsbridge wing.

In addition, the hotel’s classic entrance, main lobby and reception lounge have been reconfigured to maximise natural daylight, and the building’s iconic façade has been revitalised.

Suites have their own individual layout and hallway entrances, offering a spacious bedroom with separate walk-in closet. They come with Nespresso coffee machines and tea making facilities.

Additionally, Knightsbridge Suites have a curated library of hand-picked books by renowned Mayfair publishers, Heywood Hill, for guests to enjoy during their stay.

The second phase of the renovation on the Hyde Park side of the building has already begun, and will involve the complete restoration of all rooms and suites facing the park. In addition, two new penthouse suites, with spacious private terraces offering views of London’s skyline and the nearby park, will be added.

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