Forbes Five-Star Mandarin Oriental, New York has announced that as of 1 April 2021 the hotel will once again be welcoming guests.
The anticipated reopening debuts a new dining experience, MO Lounge, along with enhanced safety measures and programming designed to ensure wellbeing yet still deliver the service excellence for which Mandarin Oriental is renowned.
Ideal for guests and locals alike, MO Lounge is located adjacent to the hotel’s lobby and features breath-taking views of the Manhattan skyline and Central Park. The menu features the finest locally sourced and sustainable ingredients, accompanied by an extensive selection of beverages, spirits and cocktails.
Guests will also have the opportunity to re-experience the ultimate in wellness at the hotel’s Five-Star Spa. The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, New York is an oasis of rejuvenation and relaxation and offers the Group’s signature therapies and treatments in a meditative setting.
To mark the reopening, the hotel has created a range of packages and offers with amenable terms, recognising the importance of flexibility in the current climate. The aptly titled ‘Travel Again’ package offers a saving of up to 20% off Best Available Rates and is available until 7 September 2021. For further information and reservations, visit mandarinoriental.com.
About Mandarin Oriental, New York
A stunning fusion of modern design with stylish oriental flair, Mandarin Oriental, New York features 244 elegant guestrooms and suites — all with breathtaking views of Manhattan and Five-Star hospitality. Luxurious amenities include MO Lounge, all-day dining overlooking Central Park and the Manhattan skyline; a 14,500 square-foot Five-Star Mandarin Oriental Spa; and a state-of-the-art fitness center with a 75-foot lap pool. In addition, there is premium meeting and event space, including a 6,000 square-foot pillar-less ballroomwith three walls of windows overlooking Central Park. Located in Columbus Circle’s Time Warner Center, Mandarin Oriental, New York is in an idyllic location just steps away from world-class dining, shopping and entertainment, including the Broadway Theater District, Lincoln Center, Central Park, Jazz at Lincoln Center and the Time Warner Center’s Lincoln collection of upscale retail shops and restaurants.