London calling

In the heart of London, where Knightsbridge meets Hyde Park, the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park is a haven of luxury, where opulence and environmental responsibility coexist harmoniously for an unparalleled stay.

Written by Hillary Buckman

07 December 2023


When London beckons, look no further than the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, with rooms and suites created by the renowned designer Joyce Wang. Inspired by the natural beauty of Hyde Park and the Golden Age of Travel, the hotel spaces exude a subtle charm redolent of the Art Deco period, while thoughtfully selected artworks contribute to the ambience. Beyond its elegant design, the hotel is a tranquil sanctuary for relaxation and wellness.

The award-winning spa invites you on a journey of rejuvenation, and the unique fitness and wellness areas offer a peaceful setting to restore your wellbeing – a welcome escape from the city’s hustle and bustle.

The Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park is home to three exceptional restaurants, one of which boasts two Michelin stars, as well as a Japanese izakaya and a splendid bar. Whichever distinguished destination you choose, you can savour a range of delectable flavours that complement the sophistication to be found in this luxury hotel. For those with a penchant for perfection in their travels seeking an exceptional experience, discover the refined retreat that is the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park.


Tribute to history

The hotel’s Presidential Suites are named after notable figures who have left their mark on Hyde Park and the surrounding areas, bringing a sense of grandeur to the suites.


Augusta Suite

Augusta, Princess of Wales (1719–1772), transformed Kew Palace and its gardens, including the iconic Chinese Pagoda, after her marriage to Frederick, Prince of Wales.


Banksian Suite

The adventurer and botanist Sir Joseph Banks (1743–1820) sailed with Captain Cook, introduced exotic plants to Britain and expanded Kew Gardens. Bridgeman Suite Charles Bridgeman (1690–1738) was the royal gardener who transformed Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park in 1728, famously creating the ha-ha sunken wall.


Paxton Suite

Sir Joseph Paxton (1803–1865) is known for designing the Crystal Palace for the Great Exhibition in Hyde Park, which later found a new home in Crystal Palace.


Wallace Suite

A renowned British explorer, geographer, anthropologist and biologist, Alfred Russel Wallace (1823–1913) co-published the theory of natural selection with Charles Darwin and collected plants from Southeast Asia, which are now found in both Kew Gardens and Hyde Park.

Pioneering sustainability

With 36 hotels spread across 24 countries, the Mandarin Oriental marque is more than a beacon of luxury – it’s a trailblazer, championing sustainability and responsibly managing its environmental impacts and social commitments.

The group’s commitment to ecological preservation is unwavering.

It has successfully eliminated 99 percent of single-use plastics from all its operations (excluding supplier packaging) – a bold initiative that has the potential to prevent more than 930 metric tons of plastic waste annually.

With sustainability at the core of every endeavour, Mandarin Oriental guests are assured of unparalleled experiences that are naturally better for the planet.

Unforgettable festive experiences

If you’re planning a festive stay at the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park late this year, the Wintery Wonderland experience is a must.

The warm welcome begins with a bottle of champagne and festive treats in your room or suite, and you’ll wake up to a full English breakfast for two, either in the restaurant overlooking Hyde Park or in the privacy of your room.

As a guest, you’ll also be able to explore the neighbouring Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park with two adult tickets.

The concierge can also arrange additional tickets, ensuring no-one misses out on this enchanting seasonal event, while a concierge shopping guide provides exclusive access to benefits in nearby luxury boutiques. Make this winter one full of wonder at the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park.

This offer is valid from 20 November to 26 December 2023.



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