October 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;10/27/2006, Issue 24, p23
Trade Publication
The article reports on the reopening of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Hong Kong, China. It has been reopened with an aim to establish it as one of Asia's leading properties. The general manager Peter French reported that around 200 guestrooms and suites and majority of the hotel's restaurants and bars including the renowned Mandarin Grill & Bar have been opened for the customers. The opening of a new restaurant and a spa is also in series. The property rates range from HKD3,400 to HKD45,000.


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