- The original Mandarin Oriental, this award winning legendary property opened in 1963 and is widely considered to be the premier luxury hotel in Hong Kong and a landmark in the heart of Central, steps away from the city’s finest shopping & entertainment.
- One of the world’s most famous hotels, this 5 star, urban retreat offers views of Victoria Harbour and the skyline and combines sleek contemporary design, impeccable service, fantastic location, glamorous atmosphere, superb spa and gorgeous dining rooms.
- 499 contemporary luxury guest rooms and sumptuous suites, combined with traditional Asian service and old-world glamour. The refined design of the rooms reflects the hotel’s heritage. Rooms feature pure linen bed sheets, Bang & Olufsen entertainment, butler service & floor-to-ceiling windows with city or Victoria Harbour views.
- The best fine dining venues & lounge bars the city has to offer – 9 restaurants & bars, two with Michelin stars. The award-winning Mandarin Grill + Bar features meat & seafood, and includes a crustacean bar. Man Wah is a Michelin Star Cantonese restaurant with panoramic views of the harbour & city.
- Swim in the indoor pool and visit the three-story Mandarin Spa, which offers treatments inspired by traditional Chinese medicine and modern techniques.
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This experience takes you off-the-beaten-track, far from the districts you have already explored. First we take you to Shau Kei Wan, rich with scenery and history, and home to Hong Kong’s largest outdoor food market. Then we hop on a ferry to Lei Yue Mun for stops at authentic street food stalls and a meal at the Michelin Guide’s most remote eatery, famous for its fish noodle soup. This walk is ideal for those who want to experience an out-of-the-ordinary tour as well as keen photographers.
At the very heart of Hong Kong, hidden within our majestic skyscrapers and bustling streets, is a fascinating and dynamic art scene. We work with established artists and feature art year-round, including some permanent pieces in our hotel. Our Bespoke Art Walks, carefully curated and led by art connoisseurs, CdD, who take you off the beaten track into the core of the city’s creativity. Whether a novice or an art expert, you’ll be inspired and fascinated by these inspiring and thought-provoking journeys.
There’s no better way to explore a city than through the perceptive and knowledgeable insights of one of its long-term residents. The knowledgeable filmmaker Davide Attali has lived in Hong Kong for 20 years, and will be delighted to tailor-make an experience to your specific interests. David can conduct the tours in either English or French.
With a choice of 9 restaurants and bars, you can experience the best cuisine in Hong Kong right here at Mandarin Oriental, but the city is also home to some of the most exciting local dining experiences in the world. Join a renowned local food writer who will guide you on a walking feast, taking in the very best of the city’s foodie treats while sharing their passion and expertise in local cuisine. With thousands of Chinese restaurants, noodle shops and outdoor food stalls, Hong Kong’s streets are filled with the aromas of delicate wontons, handcrafted noodles, succulent roasts, creamy milk teas, fluffy buns and much more. Whether you are a keen foodie or a culinary professional, this delicious, customised programme begins in the hotel’s lobby.
Essential Hong Kong Walk: To discover the best of Hong Kong’s backstreets, culture, local markets and, of course, food, this adventure introduces you to the city’s most interesting neighbourhoods, with visits to temples, shops and many eateries. The scrumptious adventure ends with a guided dim sum lunch, taking you on a gastronomic journey through Hong Kong’s signature dumplings and dishes.
Guided Dining Program: Starting the day at the city’s wet and dry food markets, this walk takes you on a journey from market-to-table. And it’s no ordinary table. Following your walk, with a stop for a craft cocktail en route, you will be invited to one of the city’s fine-dining Cantonese or regional restaurants for a guided dinner that includes a food appreciation course. Our expert will highlight the most important details of each dish, giving you an insight into its background, flavours and textures.
Wonton-a-thon Walk: Favourite comfort dishes close to the heart of all Hong Kongers include wonton soups, beef brisket noodle soup, condensed milk toast, steamed sponge and the infamous yuanyang coffee- tea. Join this walk that goes from family-run eatery to local café to street stall, feeding you information and mouth-watering treats at every turn.
Vibrant Hong Kong never stops. Energetic, electric, pulsing with energy, its combination of diverse locations, eye-catching colour and light, fascinating people and constant movement make it the ideal destination for urban photography. This photography experience taps into the talent of Michael Kistler, a global photographer based in Hong Kong, who specialises in fine art urban photography. He will tailor-make a photographic journey according to your expertise and abilities, which takes in various locations around the city. You will learn new photography skills and tips.
Led by a professional guide, this tour is tailored for adventure-seekers and water sport fanatics in search of uninhabited islands and uncovered beaches. Guests will kayak in pristine waters along the Sai Kung Country Park coastline, and learn about various rock formations including sea stacks, sea arches and sea caves.
Go on an adventure to one of the most pristine parts of Hong Kong in the New Territories. Guests will cycle around the picturesque Plover Cove region before trekking to the highlands on foot in search of lush forest landscapes and secret waterfalls.
A junk boat trip is undeniably a quintessential Hong Kong experience. The word “junk” traditionally referred to a Chinese wooden sailboat dating back to the Han Dynasty, and today is used to describe any Hong Kong boat charter, including ones fully-loaded with all the modern luxuries. Guests will board the junk boat surrounded by the city’s skyscrapers before heading to some of the island’s most beautiful beaches. Be it an indulgent weekend day junk trip or a glamorous night-time cocktail party, there are a variety of experiences to choose from.
As our first and flagship hotel, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is as legendary as the city itself. With a central location and five-star facilities, we are renowned for our sleek design, impressive service and exquisite blend of luxury, comfort and style. One of the world’s most famous hotels, Mandarin Oriental is a five-star urban retreat in the heart of the city. By combining traditional Asian service with a sleek contemporary design, excellent dining and cutting-edge facilities, we have created a luxury hotel for the 21st century. The Central location of the hotel is ideal as the best shops and restaurants in this exciting city can be reached on foot. The sumptuous rooms and suites have been luxuriously appointed with sleek interiors and thoughtful amenities that will surprise even the most seasoned travellers. Many rooms offer breathtaking harbour views, spectacular in the evenings during the nightly laser light show.
The best fine dining venues and lounge bars the city has to offer – 9 restaurants and bars, two with Michelin stars. The award-winning Mandarin Grill + Bar offers a menu featuring meat and seafood, and includes a crustacean bar. Man Wah is an Michelin Star Cantonese restaurant with panoramic views of the harbour and cityscape. Don’t miss the afternoon tea, available at the Clipper Lounge and Café Causette on the Mezzanine floor. Our atmospheric spa offers an environment of holistic rejuvenation. With décor influenced by the sophisticated style of 1930s Shanghai, the Spa takes you on a journey towards optimum wellbeing and relaxation.
The 499 rooms and suites at The Mandarin Oriental have been recently redesigned to offer maximum space and comfort. The interiors of the Superior and Deluxe, and larger Premier and Harbour Rooms are sleek and incorporate sophisticated entertainment and IT technology that is fully supported by the hotel’s team of Butlers. Suites offer more space with a separate sitting room and whichever suite you choose, all have the same mesmerising city and harbour views.
Offering a spacious open-plan layout, the elegant Study Rooms enjoy views over the bustling city. Designed in a contemporary Asian style with elegant furnishings, silk accompaniments and covetable amenities, these rooms are suitable for both business and leisure travellers. A queen-size bed takes pride of place in the luxurious and comfortable bedroom, alongside comfy honey-coloured leather armchairs and chic cognac-toned silk drapes. Fashioned from elegant travertine stone and striking Black Forest Chinese marble, the adjoining bathroom has a large walk-in shower and good-sized vanity unit. In addition, the rooms have been fitted with cutting-edge technology throughout.
Luxuriously appointed and impeccably serviced, the spacious Superior Rooms offer views over the bustling streets of central Hong Kong. Stunningly decorated in a contemporary Asian style with rich silk drapes, sumptuous carpets and exquisite furnishings, these rooms evoke the refined spirit of the Orient. Available with either king-size or twin beds, the room also offers a comfortable seating, a beautiful cabinet designed in the style of an elegant steamer trunk and two flat screen televisions, one of which is positioned in the bathroom. In addition guests can enjoy exclusive Hermès toiletries.
City View Room
Exceptional cityscape views set the scene for serene City View Rooms, each one a residential-like open plan sanctuary with a rich autumnal colour palette in deep burgundy, gold and caramel. Luxurious furnishings in woven silk, leather and walnut are infused with a hint of the Orient as are the selection of black lacquer, bronze, and vintage Chinese artworks and accessories. The adjoining bathroom combines practicality and style with sleek Travertine stone, Black Forest Chinese marble and an oversized mirror.
Statue Square View Room
Designed along the lines of a chic personal apartment, Statue Square View Rooms are perfect for the business or leisure traveller looking for a contemporary twist on a classic interior. Choose from traditional wood panelled Taipan-style rooms or, for those looking for a little extra flexibility, Verandah-style rooms featuring an oversized Chinoise day lounger, where a curtain conveniently converts the enclosed verandah into a semi-private space. Both room types feature large picture windows offering dramatic panoramic views over the city’s iconic skyline, including the historic Statue Square and the Old Supreme Court Building, filling the interiors with natural light.
Harbour View Room
Expansive windows showcasing panoramic views over Victoria Harbour towards Kowloon provide a dramatic backdrop for guests looking for a memorable experience of quintessential Hong Kong. Choose either a traditional wood panelled Taipan-style room or, for those looking for a little extra flexibility, the Verandah-style room featuring an oversized Chinoise day lounger where a curtain conveniently converts the enclosed verandah into a semi-private space. Decorated in an elegantly neutral palette of golden beiges and creamy taupes, rooms feature elegant walnut wall panelling, distinctive vintage Chinese artworks and luxurious Jim Thompson silk textiles.
With a design that encapsulates an intimate and refined urban sanctuary, spacious Mandarin King Rooms feature an elegant Chinese Elm panelled entry, living room with lavish silk-lined walls, large desk, and a king-size bed. Featuring a bathroom with a luxurious blend of Travertine stone and Chinese marble, and an opulent roll-top pedestal bath at centre stage. Interiors throughout feature soft, natural colours and a mix of contemporary and traditional furnishings with vintage Chinese artwork and accessories.
With a well-planned design combined with panoramic vistas of Hong Kong’s vibrant cityscape, the generously sized Junior Suites are a popular choice for business travellers. An elegant wood panelled entry leads onto a separate spacious living room with comfortable sofa, leather armchair and signature Chinoise black lacquer coffee table. Walnut panelling, sumptuous brocade drapes and a separate super king-sized bed complimented by a luxurious leather panel headboard and Chinoise lattice ceiling create a distinctive Mandarin Oriental sense of modern glamour.
City View Suite
The perfect choice for maximum privacy or hosting business meetings, the corner suites enjoy covetable views of the cityscape through two walls of floor-to-ceiling glass. Flooded with light and decorated in a subtle moss green or golden beige palette, the suites offer luxurious furnishings with Chinese Elm and Jim Thompson silk wall panels, stylish designer lighting, a super king-size bed and vintage Chinese artworks. Adjacent to the serene bedroom is a spacious walk-through bathroom complete with double basins, a walk-in Grohe shower and striking stand-alone oval vintage bathtub with a dark walnut towel rail.
Statue Square View Suite
The perfect choice for maximum privacy or hosting business meetings, the corner suites enjoy covetable views of the historic Statue Square and Old Supreme Court Building through two walls of floor-to-ceiling glass. Flooded with light and decorated in a subtle moss green or golden beige palette, the suites offer luxurious furnishings with Chinese Elm and Jim Thompson silk wall panels, stylish designer lighting, a super king-size bed and vintage Chinese artworks. Adjacent to the serene bedroom is a spacious walk-through bathroom complete with double basins, a walk-in Grohe shower and striking stand-alone oval vintage bathtub with a dark walnut towel rail.
Harbour View Suite
Commanding picture-postcard views of Victoria Harbour, these suites feature an interactive entertainment system and a bedroom with a king-size bed. The bathroom has two basins, a walk-in shower and striking stand-alone bathtub. Flooded with natural light, these chic and timeless suites have a unique sense of cultural flair with several contemporary Chinese references. Finished in traditional jade green with an amalgam of red lacquer and pounded copper touches, the vast, perfectly appointed bathroom is a resort-like enclave of calm. In addition, there is a separate guest cloakroom, large walk-in wardrobe and a range of hi-tech amenities including three flat-screen televisions.
With decor alluding to the traditions of Japanese hospitality, the serenely designed Meiji Suite is one of the three elegant Signature Suites. With views stretching over Victoria Harbour towards the bright lights of Kowloon, the suite has a light, tranquil feel with pale maple furniture accented in black lacquer, a carpet weave echoing traditional tatami matting and selected pieces of Japanese artwork adorning the walls. Entrance is via a vestibule, which leads into a spacious sitting room furnished with a working desk, sofa and arm chairs. Adjacent to this lies a large walk-in closet, bathroom with stand-alone tub and walk-in shower, and the bedroom with king-size bed. In addition, there is a guest powder room and cutting-edge technology throughout.
One of the three Signature Suites, the spacious Howarth Suite exudes understated elegance and a traditionally English sense of style. Enjoying views over the sparkling lights of the city and Victoria Harbour, the suite boasts a handsome decor with wood-panelled walls, cream carpets, velvet fabrics and mahogany and walnut wood furnishings. Designed to offer luxury, space and comfort, a vestibule leads on a large living room furnished with a sofa, working desk and armchairs. Adjacent to this lies a large walk-in closet leading onto the bedroom to one side and a large bathroom with stand-alone tub and walk-in shower. There is also an additional powder room and hi-tech amenities throughout.
Inspired by the memory of one of the most esteemed guests, the Lichfield Suite is dedicated to Lord Lichfield, the celebrated photographer behind the famous advertising campaign. Created by world-renowned interior designer Nicky Haslam, the suite enjoys a chic black, white, silver and red colour scheme using clever details such as tripod lamps and metallic curtains to evoke the feel of a photographic studio. A glass-topped coffee table contains Lichfield memorabilia, while the walls of the bedroom and living room are lined with some of the photographer’s stunning work. In addition, the suite boasts a walk-in closet, a large bathroom with oval-shaped stand-alone tub and walk-in shower.
Entered through double doors into a stunning domed entrance hall, our elegant Macau suite has long been a favourite with regular guests. The decor inspired by a colonial Portuguese home, the suite enjoys commanding views of the city from its enviable position at the top of the hotel. Fusing Eastern design with Western touches, the suite offers an elegant base for rest, relaxation and entertaining. Accommodation consists of a large bedroom with king-size bed, walk-in closet and stunning marble bathroom as well as a large living room and separate dining room complete with circular dining table, seating up to six guests. Guests will also enjoy cutting-edge technology throughout and the services of a personal butler.
Enjoying prime position at the top of the hotel, the stunning Tamar suite is named after the former British Naval headquarters which Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong once overlooked. Enjoying commanding views of the city, the suite’s magnificent design alludes to the luxuries of a private yacht with elegant wood panelled walls and fine nautical details such as a striking decorative telescope. Ideal for either business or leisure travellers, the suite is comprised of a pantry, a large bedroom with adjacent walk-in closet, a bathroom with stand alone bathtub and walk-in shower and spacious living and dining room with a sofa, working-desk and dining table.
With double height ceilings and a wall of glass in the living room, the stunning presidential two-bedroom suite enjoys mesmerising views of the surrounding skyline and Victoria Harbour. To enjoy the cityscape and the prime location at the top of the hotel, a balcony runs the entire length of the living and dining room offering panoramic views of the harbour and beyond. Sublimely furnished with priceless antiquities, restored furniture and handcrafted pieces, the suite’s decor mixes old and modern to striking effect.
The Mandarin Oriental has 9 restaurants and bars, all distinct in character and serving everything from high tea to tapas to local and regional specialities. Highlights include delicious fresh seafood at The Mandarin Grill and Bar, eccentric Japanese Izakaya at The Aubrey and classic Cantonese at Man Wah.
Mandarin Grill + Bar - One Michelin Star
The restaurant is proud to have retained its Michelin star for the tenth year running. Using the finest organic ingredients and seasonally inspired produce, we offer an exciting, fresh interpretation of grill classics. Such acclaimed cuisine requires an equally stunning setting and our Sir Terence Conran-designed space never fails to impress. Overlooking Statue Square and Chater Garden, décor is wonderfully vibrant with a moulded scallop-inspired ceiling, Gerard D’A Henderson paintings and a central banquette.
Sitting on the top floor, The Aubrey will enjoy the same stunning city views of Hong Kong’s skyline as well as Victoria Harbour, and is set to be one of the most exciting restaurant openings in 2021. Described as an ‘eccentric Japanese izakaya’, the new restaurant will feature three different bar experiences in which guests will enjoy Japanese craft cocktails, Japanese whiskies, and of course, Japanese cuisine. The culinary concept will be based on sustainable ingredients and produce.
Man Wah - One Michelin Star
Located on the 25th floor, the Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant serves exquisite local and regional specialties. Often referred to as Hong Kong’s most beautiful dining space, Man Wah’s atmospheric decor and panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong skyline provide the perfect setting for wonderfully delicious cuisine. With walls adorned by original paintings on silk, and lacquered enamel and gold-plated ceiling lamps fashioned to resemble birdcages, Man Wah’s design is as celebrated as the menu.
Set in the heart of Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, The Krug Room is a ‘must-try’ for all visiting gastronomes. Created in partnership with the House of Krug, this is the only Krug Room in the world offering guests a chance to sample Executive Chef Robin Zavou’s brilliantly creative cuisine partnered with the world’s most prestigious champagne. Stunningly designed to re-create the intimate surroundings of a train carriage, boasting vibrant views of a fast-moving kitchen, The Krug Room will ensure that guests get to experience a sensory adventure that is by turns fascinating, mesmerising and exhilarating. The team creates each evening’s dinner according to inspiration and using the most exclusive products in season, paired perfectly with the diners’ choice from the largest collection of Krug champagne in Asia.
Cafe Causette’s lively show-kitchens serve a range of dishes from all over the world. Discover Asian favourites such as Nasi Goreng and Hainan Chicken Rice on an extensive menu that also features classic international offerings such as The Mandarin Burger and pizzas that are considered by many to be the best in town. A range of organic, vegetarian friendly or gluten free options are also available for guests with special dietary requests. A favourite with both Hong Kong residents and hotel guests, Cafe Causette also offers afternoon tea.
Mandarin Cake Shop
Specialising in decadently delicious cakes, chocolates and patisseries, The Mandarin Cake Shop has been catering Hong Kong’s sweet tooth for over 25 years. Stay for a cup of perfectly roasted coffee or luxurious hot chocolate served with a chocolate spoon. Alternatively, take a patisserie or two away to savour at home.
Whether it’s Sunday champagne brunch in Hong Kong or a 5-star dinner buffet with the family, Clipper Lounge is where the city’s social elite come to meet. Something of an institution, Clipper Lounge is a long-established favourite with Hong Kong locals and hotel guests alike and a wonderful place to meet at any time in the day. Clipper Lounge has a timelessly elegant feel with mink, taupe and mandarin furnishings enhanced with subtle Oriental accents. While popular for breakfast and dinner buffets, as well as our Sunday champagne brunch Hong Kong locals love, Clipper Lounge is best known for afternoon tea. Elegantly presented, the spread includes delicacies such as finger sandwiches, sweets, scones and our signature homemade rose-petal jam. We also offer extremely popular seasonal themed teas.
Named after the famous British artist George Chinnery, The Chinnery enjoys a relaxed club-like atmosphere with deep upholstered armchairs, green leather banquettes and warm wood panelling. Offering a laid-back alternative to fine dining restaurants, The Chinnery specialises in traditional British cuisine with classic dishes such as shepherd’s pie, fish and chips, and pork pie available for lunch and dinner. Home to one of the world’s largest collections of single malt whiskies, The Chinnery has over 109 varieties for guests to try. We also serve chilled draft beer in custom-made silver tankards by a veteran staff who know many guests by name.
Almost as famous as the hotel itself, Captain’s Bar is a city institution. Popular with both guests and locals, it has been Hong Kong’s favourite after-work watering hole for decades. The cosy yet classic bar is a destination for unwinding and famous for serving draught beer in silver tankards, regulars receive their own engraved with their name and it’s the kind of place guests stop by for a drink and stay all night. Popular with guests who enjoy live jazz and blues, performances are held every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings.
The Mandarin Oriental’s lap pool, soothing spa, gym and exceptional restaurants provide a good range of leisurely pursuits once sightseeing is over for the day and Hong Kong’s world class shops, markets and national parks are all easily accessible from the hotel. The Mandarin Spa is the place to go for some grown-up urban pampering and glamorous reinvention; try the Imperial Jade ritual with its sesame scrub, chi-enhancing massage and jade-roller facial; ladies can follow with a blow-dry at the salon; gents with a straight razor shave at the Barber Shop. Other luxuries include an indoor swimming pool, 24-hour gym, and a traditional wooden junk for sojourns around Hong Kong’s mesmerising coast. The outstanding concierge team will provide insights on the best sightseeing and cultural options and make bookings at the top dining venues and clubs in town.
Our atmospheric spa offers an environment of holistic rejuvenation. With décor influenced by the sophisticated style of 1930s Shanghai, the Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong encourages guests to embark on a personalised journey towards optimum well being and relaxation. The spa’s tranquil setting and sublime treatments have made us an institution which has been awarded five stars by the prestigious Forbes Travel Guide for eight successive years. Respect for the uniqueness of each individual is the foundation of our spa experience. Drawing on the philosophies of traditional Chinese Medicine, we offer a range of treatments designed to optimise your emotional, physical and mental wellbeing.
- Nine treatment rooms including two couples’ suites with private vitality pools
- Tea lounge
- Chinese herbal steam room
- Jacuzzi (male)
- Tepidarium (female)
- Spa boutique
Our swimming pool is set to offer our guests an elevated swimming experience with an array of technologically advanced features. A counter current jet system installed in one of the three lanes allows guests of all swimming levels to enjoy an exceptional swim. We also showcase a video wall where guests can enjoy the magnificent views of Victoria Harbour among many other scenic settings, accompanied with mood lighting and an underwater sound system, creating a comprehensive and relaxing ambiance. The electrical sunblind on the ceiling allows natural light to flow into the newly refurbished venue, reflective of the earthy décor. This new design is complementary to the fibre-optic lighting on the bottom of the swimming pool which is adorned with multi-coloured mosaic tiles. Featuring a waterfall and stylish loungers on the sides, the striking swimming pool experience provides our guests with holistic rejuvenation and relaxation.
Our fully equipped Fitness Centre offers a range of state-of-the-art technology including various Technogym cardio machines and a TRX Suspension Trainer. There are also a technogym wellness system and an inBody composition analyser to help analyse and track your fitness performance. In addition, our highly qualified instructors can offer lifestyle consultations and bespoke physical fitness and wellness programmemes to be followed independently or in private training sessions.
The Mandarin Barber
Located on the second floor of the hotel, the Mandarin Barber offers traditional shaving and hair services together with restorative grooming treatments for men. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming and reminiscent of a private gentleman’s club. The experienced Barber team, many of whom have been working with their loyal clientele for decades, preside over the six traditional barber chairs. For those preferring the privacy of a solitary shave and trim, a VIP room has been incorporated into the space. Lifestyle massages, waxing treatments and facials are performed in a private treatment room. The hotel’s legendary Shanghainese pedicures are offered by our in-barber resident pedicurist Ben Cheung and can be enjoyed from the comfort of our dedicated pedicure room.
A strategic part of a Hong Kong gentleman’s daily routine since 1963, The Mandarin Barber enjoys beautiful interiors inspired by the Art Deco chic of 1930s Shanghai. The result is a comfortable, masculine, urban retreat with many of the original 1960s furnishings remaining. The Mandarin Barber has also been fitted with subtle state-of-the-art technology to ensure guests can keep track of their favourite sports or follow the markets from the in-mirror television screens.
Alternatively, for a truly unique experience in our VIP treatment room, our 30-minute Baby’s First Haircut service welcomes young ones and their parents. The experience includes a Baby’s First Haircut certificate signed by our barber, with a lock of hair placed in a frame to treasure forever. The service is available on Sundays only from 9am – 11am and a reservation is needed.
The Mandarin Salon
Our renowned salon is popular with both local residents and hotel guests seeking outstanding beauty services. Located on the 24th floor of the hotel, The Mandarin Salon looks after clients in a spacious and light-filled setting with views over Victoria Harbour. Our internationally trained stylists not only understand the latest trends, but also the unique needs of their clients and will create individual looks and styles for perfect, head-turning hair. In addition, we also offer the world-famous Shanghainese Pedicure by our master, using specially crafted metal blades to rid feet of excess cuticles and hard skin as well as nail shaping. Guests may also enjoy pampering from head to toe with our soothing and nourishing manicure and pedicure services while overlooking views of Victoria Harbour.