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Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London

Elegant Luxury Hotel | City Setting
66 Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 7LA, England
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Hotel Introduction
A trendy destination for sophisticated travellers, the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park takes traditional English luxury and nudges it up a notch with fashionable interiors, spacious guestrooms, delightful views of Hyde Park and hip shops, and graceful details at every turn.

Enjoy award-winning dining at The Foliage, or sample the food and beverages at the other charming restaurants and lounges. Pamper yourself at Mandarin’s onsite spa, which is consistently ranked among the best urban spas in the country, or work up a sweat in the gym. And whether for business or pleasure, gatherings held in the stylish event spaces are sure to be a success.

The rooms and suites in this five-star hotel are decorated in individual styles, but lovely antiques, marble bathrooms, and fine fabrics such as Irish linen and Frette cotton are standard. Little touches—like your choice of six pillows and heated towel rails—speak to the hotel’s dedication to providing every comfort for its guests. Modern technology, including high-speed Internet access, flat-screen TV, DVD player, and iHome alarm clock, is incorporated into every room as well.

Clean lines, geometric shapes, dark wood, and butterscotch leather are hallmarks of the chic interior of Foliage, designed by the internationally acclaimed Adam Tihany. The restaurant wins prestigious awards year after year for innovative cuisine such as haddock ravioli and banana amaretto caramel almond milk. Diners at The Park are treated to amazing views over Hyde Park, while enjoying a healthy menu of seasonal dishes. From May through September, The Park Terrace offers splendid outdoor dining. The trendy Mandarin Bar is a see-and-be-seen locale for sipping a luscious cocktail.

One of the city’s most exotically beautiful and serene spas, The Spa at Mandarin Oriental was named “Best Day Spa” at the Health & Beauty Awards for a long list of reasons. Indulge in the amethyst crystal steam room, sanarium, vitality pool, and Zen colour therapy relaxation area after a trip to the gym. For the ultimate in luxury, book one of the eight treatment rooms for pleasures such as a massage, reflexology, body scrub, facial, manicure, or pedicure.

Hotel Features
The Ballroom at the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park was where Queen Elizabeth II and her sister, the late Princess Margaret, learned to dance.

In keeping with its name, every morning the staff of Foliage picks leaves from Hyde Park to place under the restaurant’s glass plates.

The impressive meeting and conference facilities at the Mandarin include five dedicated function spaces—including the Ballroom, which holds up to 400 for a reception. Many of the spacious suites at the hotel are also ideal for hosting intimate gatherings. Business travellers will find the Business Centre to be a home away from home, with a knowledgeable staff and high-tech professional tools at your disposal.

Whether ready to immerse yourself in a world of culture, shopping, or five-star dining and entertainment, Knightsbridge offers a bounty of options within easy walking distance of the Mandarin Oriental. Just minutes walking distance away Harrods, Harvey Nichols and Sloane Street beckons with an array of tempting boutiques. The close proximity to the Royal Parks, including Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens and St James's, provides the perfect opportunity for a leisurely stroll through some of the city's most picturesque open spaces.

From London Heathrow take the Heathrow Express to Paddington Station and then transfer by tube to either Knightsbridge Station (0.1 miles from the hotel) or Hyde Park Corner (0.4 miles). From London Gatwick take the Gatwick Express into Victoria Station, then transfer by tube to Knightsbridge or Hyde Park Corner Station. Equally accessible are London’s other airports: London City (10.6 miles), Stansted (39.5 miles) and Luton (33 miles).

The hotel Concierge can be contacted in order to arrange a transfer. Please note that a fee will apply.

66 Knightsbridge - London - SW1X 7LA - England

Tel: +44 (0)20 7235 2000


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