The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong has
opened a 2,250-square foot Entertainment Suite designed by Hong
Kong architect and designer, Joyce Wang.
At the heart of the suite is a salon with
a 4-meter long ‘Cabinet of Delights’ where guests can find boutique
wines on tap, rare vintages selected by Amber restaurant’s expert
sommelier, and a mixologist ‘booth’.
Other treats include fine
Cuban cigars, snacks, a popcorn machine, exotic teas and coffees,
and a crystal vitrine filled with sweet and savoury delicacies
created by the hotel’s Michelin-star chef.
In the living area, audiovisuals include a B&O
BeoLab sound system, a concealed 160-inch (13ft x 11.5ft) TV
screen with a 5000 lumens laser projector.
coffee table conceals a range of the latest virtual reality and
Play Station gaming equipment, while a reconditioned 1930’s vintage
American jukebox for vinyl connoisseurs and an in-suite DJ booth
will help to make parties all that more unforgettable.
Guests can engage hotel chefs to prepare private
dining from a state-of-the-art kitchen to be served in a bright
and airy dining room that can seat up to 10 diners.
The master bedroom encompasses its own
sitting area and a separate dressing area with walk-in wardrobes.
Wang’s signature touches are revealed in the cocoon-like headboard
and leather padded walls with hand tufted silk rugs adding to the
For the perfect night’s sleep, the master
bedroom also showcases the FreshBed sleep system that uses
patented climate-control technology for tailored temperatures and
silent ventilation for purified, allergen-free air, combined with
an ergonomic mattress.
The spacious bathroom features a freestanding
oval-shaped bathtub made from one piece of marble complete with a
custom-design Champagne caddy. The rain-shower’s multi jet system
can be fitted with an aromatherapy capsule to infuse the shower
experience with naturally reviving or relaxing essential oils.
Wang custom designed all the hand-made furnishings,
including a series of glass moulded chandeliers, wall finishes in
limestone with metal inlay, and acrylic cabinet doors decorated
with nature-inspired artwork.
The suite connects seamlessly with
an adjacent guestroom, which is designed in a similar aesthetic,
should an additional bedroom be required.
The Entertainment Suite marks the culmination of
an 18-month renovation programme that has seen the hotel’s entire
room inventory transformed.
“The Entertainment Suite elevates the guest
experience by making many forms of entertainment possible in a
spectacular private retreat. It is ideal for Oscars-worthy
parties, extravagant dinner receptions or the most romantic
getaways,” said Torsten van Dullemen, the hotel’s General Manager.
“It is also perfect for those seeking a statement space as a
showroom, catwalk, social or music venue, or ultra-chic screening
or movie set.”
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