MANDARIN ORIENTAL HOTEL GROUP INVITES GUESTS TO TRAVEL AGAIN WITHIN HONG KONG – SINGAPORE TRAVEL BUBBLE
Hong Kong, 19 November 2020 – Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group gets ready to satisfy travellers’ wanderlust with the travel bubble between Hong Kong and Singapore officially set to begin on 22 November 2020. To celebrate, the group’s three luxury properties across the two Asian hubs are offering an array of enticing packages and privileges for travellers to rediscover the urban destinations.
In Hong Kong, the iconic Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong and The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong are tempting guests with the “One More Night” offer. Encouraging travellers to take their time and get reacquainted with the dynamic city, the hotels will offer a complimentary night when guests stay for two night at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong or three nights at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong. Fans of M.O., members of the Group’s guest recognition programme, will enjoy additional benefits, such as daily breakfast, a choice of either a dining or spa credit and more.
On the other side of the bubble, Mandarin Oriental, Singapore invites guests from Hong Kong for a warm holiday vacation. Particularly curated for families, the hotel introduces the “Kids Stay Free, Fun For Whole Family” package that includes a three-hour Nerf Xperience or Family Activity Session at Kiztopia for two parents and two children per stay. To appeal to couples and friends who are eager to discover the Lion City from a new perspective, the hotel’s “Relax and Ride” package will present a sensational ride on vintage Vespa sidecars for two to explore famed Marina Bay.
Renowned as a treasured gastronomic destination in the Lion City, Mandarin Oriental, Singapore is generously including a complimentary Italian signature cocktail and poolside Italian snacks in its “Italian Summer” package, which also gives guests SGD 75 dining credits at Dolce Vita and a 15% dining benefit at Dolce Vita and [email protected]
“Travel has been disrupted for nearly a year, but we strongly believe the desire for destination discovery has never ceased,” said Pierre Barthes, General Manager of Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong and Area Vice-President, “Lifting mandatory quarantine between the two Asian hubs is an encouraging step for travellers and is undoubtedly a positive early sign of tourism recovery in Asia. At Mandarin Oriental hotels, guests are assured a safe experience with the ultimate in comfort and our legendary services at all times. Whenever you are ready to travel again, we are ready to host you.”
To ensure the safety and health of guests and colleagues, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has put in place their “We Care” Health and Safety Programme with enhanced standards of health practices and precautionary measures in all properties around the world. Each property remains alert to local advice from health experts and government authorities, adopting best practices accordingly.
All packages available at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong and Mandarin Oriental, Singapore are subject to availability and local government and immigration guidelines. Terms and conditions apply.
Keeping in mind guests’ need for flexibility in planning future travel, Mandarin Oriental has fully flexible cancellation policies in place for new reservations.
About Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is the award-winning owner and operator of some of the world’s most luxurious hotels, resorts and residences. Having grown from its Asian roots into a global brand, the Group now operates 33 hotels and seven residences in 23 countries and territories, with each property reflecting the Group’s oriental heritage and unique sense of place. Mandarin Oriental has a strong pipeline of hotels and residences under development and is a member of the Jardine Matheson Group.