Mandarin Oriental’s Hotels Get Ready To Welcome Back Guests

Mandarin Oriental’s Hotels Get Ready To Welcome Back Guests

Following the temporary closure due to COVID-19 related restrictions, a number of Mandarin Oriental’s hotels across the world announced that they are opening doors and welcoming guests again. To mark the reopening, the iconic properties have introduced new packages, offers and flexible cancellation policies designed to better accommodate and respond to the shift in travel during the COVID-19 era. Meanwhile, they have put in place Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s We Care programme of health and safety practices and precautionary measures to uphold its commitment towards the comfort, safety and health of its guests and colleagues. The following are some of the most anticipated Mandarin Oriental’s hotels reopening across the world:


Mandarin Oriental, Milan

Following the reopening of its restaurants in May, Mandarin Oriental, Milan announced that it will fully reopen and welcome guests from 1 September 2020. Housed in four elegant 18th-century buildings in the heart of Milan – steps away from the fashion district and the artistic neighbourhood of Brera, the hotel is reopening all the favourite facilities much loved by guests. They include the the sublime and holistic Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Milan, the favourite Mandarin Bar & Bistrot and the refined two-Michelin-starred Seta recently awarded the Best of Award of Excellence 2020 for its wine list from the prestigious American magazine Wine Spectator.

The hotel has designed a special welcome back Staycation by M.O. package for guests to enjoy this charming city. The stay includes daily breakfast for two in Mandarin Bar & Bistrot, early check-in, late check-out, a bottle of sparkling wine and a hotel credit per booking of EUR100 per room or EUR200 per suite.

Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC

Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC reopened its doors to guests on 24 August 2020, with compliance with local regulations to offer reduced facilities in dining, Spa, and the Fitness Center. Located along the Capital’s revitalized Southwest Waterfront, Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC offers five-star luxury with refreshed guest rooms in a picturesque setting and sweeping vistas of the waterfront or courtyard gardens. It is conveniently located a short walk from the nation’s most prominent monuments and attractions in the District Wharf neighborhood.

In addition to the signature Staycations by M.O. package which offers hassle-free local travel experience coupled with a range of benefits, the hotel also launched Working from M.O. for those looking a home office alternative with unique flexible working solutions. Offer includes complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, printing facilities, dining credit, access to the Fitness Center, and of course the brand’s legendary service.

Mandarin Oriental, Geneva

Mandarin Oriental, Geneva is now open with its renovated meeting and events space, further enhancing this elegant hotel’s position as the ideal location to host or attend an event in the city. The renovation follows the hotel’s launch of its exclusive signature suite last year, the Royal Penthouse, and encompasses the entire 11,675 square feet (1,085 square metres) conference and events wing on the hotel’s first floor.

With the brand’s signature Mindful Meetings by Mandarin Oriental programme in place, all six event spaces offer unique views of the River Rhône, the Old Town and the mountains. Event attendees will enjoy the state-of-the-art technology and refined interiors composed of colourful bespoke fabrics in an abundance of natural daylight. Contemporary artist Jean Boghossian worked with the hotel to create a unique piece of his famed “fire series” for each room. These serene works of art resonate with Geneva’s international standing as the city of peace.