Style: 5-star Luxury Hotel Perfect for: city break, meetings, fine dining, spa
Area: with the world-famous Hyde Park on one side and the shopper's paradise of Knightsbridge on the other
Originally the Hyde Park Hotel, there was great expectations when it was purchased in 1996 by one of the world's most famed hotel companies. After five years and a multi-million pound refit the result was worth the wait as the Mandarin Oriental, Hyde Park has proved itself to be one of the most popular 5-star luxury hotels in the capital.
Part of its allure is the magnificent building, previously a gentlemen's club back in the 1880s. A stunning Victorian edifice in one of the most prestigious areas of London adjacent to the natural delights of Hyde Park and the retail delights of Knightsbridge.

All of the hotel's rooms and suites are the last word in refined elegance and five-star luxury, cleverly mixing the Victorian setting and traditional decor with state-of-the-art gadgetry and modern conveniences. All suites offer superb views of Hyde Park and to ensure guests stay is as smooth and trouble free as possible, there is a dedicated Floor Manager in case of any unexpected difficulties.

The hotel's continuing success and reputation are, however, not based purely on location alone. The winning formula of sophisticated accommodation, elegant gourmet dining, superb facilities and unmatched service ensure that this is without doubt one of the leading 5-star hotels in the capital.


For guests dining at the hotel, there are two treats in store. With the award-winning cuisine of Lyon-born chef Daniel Boulud at Bar Bouluud, this French inspired bistro and wine bar follows on from the highly successful format of Bar Boulud in New York.
Also the famed Chef Heston Blumenthal, of the three Michelin starred The Fat Duck in ...
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Bray, Berkshire fame, will be creating an exciting new restaurant in the hotel. Combining Blumenthal's multi-sensory approach to cooking and spectacular interiors from internationally renowned designer Adam Tihany, the result will be a classically designed British interior that will perfectly complement Blumenthal's English tastes and will surely be set to become one of the most sought after places to eat in the Capital.


Before or after dining guests can relax in the ultra-chic Mandarin Bar and enjoy the finest cocktails served in handcrafted glasses amongst ornamental barware, mohair, marble, glass, mirrors and wood - all these textures combining to create a relaxed and residential atmosphere.


The Spa as with everything else in such an establishment as this sets the standard for restrained, harmonious design coupled with the very latest innovations. A sumptuous range of restorative treatments, massages and therapies are available in this tranquil sanctuary in the heart of the city. Together with the dedicated staff and modern gymnasium, the Spa at Mandarin Oriental is ...
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guaranteed to rejuvenate mind, body and soul.

  • Harrods
  • Harvey Nichols
  • Hyde Park
  • The Royal Albert Hall
  • Exhibition Road Museums (10 minutes)
  • The National Theatre (20 minutes)
  • The Tate Modern (15 minutes)
  • The Tate Britain (10 minutes)
  • The National Gallery (15 minutes)
  • The British Museum (20 minutes)
  • Houses of Parliament (10 minutes)
  • The City & St Paul's (20 minutes)
  • Bond Street (10 minutes)
  • Oxford Street (15 minutes)
Figures in brackets show the travel time by car from the hotel
  • Knightbridge Tube Station - Picadilly Line
  • Hyde Park Corner Tube Station - Picadilly Line
  • Mandarin Bar
  • Bar Boulud, London
  • Heston Blumenthal's first London Restaurant
  • The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, London
  • Fitness Centre
  • Business Centre
  • Meeting Rooms
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