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Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong Opens New Spa Treatment Rooms

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The Mandarin Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong has opened new treatment rooms, bringing the total number of rooms to nine. 

The nine rooms include two VIP Suites, a new dedicated Thai Massage Room, a new Couples Room called Patchouli, two existing Couples Rooms and three Individual Rooms. A new steam shower and relaxation area will be featured in Patchouli and a custom-made Thai bed will be available in the Thai Massage Room allowing for ultimate comfort and spaciousness.

Guests can choose from a series of treatments and packages including a traditional 60-minute or 1 hour 30 minutes Thai massage consisting of gentle rocking motions, rhythmic acupressure and assisted stretching to deeply relax and revitalise the body and mind.

Couples can choose from an array of treatments to enjoy side-by-side in the VIP Suites or Couples Rooms including the 2-hour Time Together experience which is ideal for those who wish to escape the vibrancy of Hong Kong.

Guests are encouraged to arrive 45 minutes prior to their appointments to benefit from the spas heat and water facilities including a Chinese herb steam room, a hydrotherapy Kneipp pool, as well as experience showers and a dedicated relaxation area.

Set over three floors and covering 2,100 square metres, The Mandarin Spa is home to The Mandarin Salon and The Mandarin Barber.

The Mandarin Spa is open from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Mondays to Fridays and from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Reservations are advised.

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