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In a nice touch, your morning newspaper is quietly posted into a cupboard so you don’t have to open the door; and should you prefer linen to cotton sheets, or a pillow developed by NASA, that can be arranged.The hotel has three Michelin-starred restaurants – Pierre, which has two stars, and the Mandarin Grill and Man Wah, each of which is one-starred.The lobby’s always filled with the contented murmurs of a world-class meeting spot.The shoreline may have shifted but this flagship’s status as the place to see, and be seen, has not changed.Even if you’ve only gone in for a cup of tea, it can be a shock stepping out of this cosseted environment into Central’s maelstrom.The 501 rooms and suites have been cleverly re-designed to maximise space.The population of Chinese residents grew from 16 percent to 21 in the electorate in the past four years.The Mandarin Oriental has been a fixture of Hong Kong social life since 1963.
Unlike its nearby big sister – the Mandarin Oriental – the Landmark is boutique-sized, with just 113 guestrooms, but it packs a major punch in both style and food.
Former balconies have been converted into work areas – desk with discreet IT features on one side, small sofa on the other – which can be curtained off from the bedroom.
Television screens are incorporated into swivelling mirrors in the bathroom; modern and traditional images of Hong Kong hang on the walls.
Those who work at the Mandarin tend to stay a long time.
Frequent guests speak fondly of Giovanni and Danny, on the concierge desk, but throughout the hotel – from the Cake Shop to the two-floor spa, the indoor lap pool, the fitness centre and the lavatories – there’s a sense of well-trained staff.