Luxury staycations and updates

Hyatt’s Hong Kong flash sale until 5pm today; Cordis is 5; Accor opens Mondrian in Seoul; Bali convention centre, and marvels at Mandarin Oriental

A FLASH sale offered by the four Hyatt hotels in Hong Kong offering up to 50 per cent off on accommodation, F&B, events and spa treatments is due to end today.

Deals will be shown live from 11am to 5pm on 25 Aug 2020 on e-shop; visit the Facebook event page for more details.

The group’s four hotels in the city are Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong, Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui and Hyatt Regency Sha Tin.


Accor takes sbe to Seoul
Accor and European hospitality company sbe has opened the first Mondrian hotel in Asia. With new hotels slated for the French destinations of Bordeaux and Cannes next year, the Mondrian brand expects to grow its lifestyle hotel portfolio to 15 properties by 2022.

Mondrian Seoul Itaewon has 296 guest rooms and a 867 square metre ballroom with integrated LED screen and five stylish meeting rooms. There is also an outdoor pool with viewing deck overlooking the city, the Privilege rooftop bar, while Rumpus Room and Blind Spot offer more intimate after-work settings.


Bali embraces new normal
The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali has been awarded the official New Normal Verification Certificate by the Governor of Bali. The certificate is a requirement from the Bali Tourism Department for all hotels in Bali to verify operations comply with new normal protocols.

Alongside the Westin is Bali International Convention Centre, which has also undergone rigorous cleanliness, health and safety protocols with body temperature checks, and ample hand sanitising stations around the venue. The Mangupura Hall is pictured above.

Measures also include clinical sterilisation of chairs and tables, frequent sanitising of high touch points, flow markers to ensure social distancing, and amenities that are sanitised after each use. All associates interacting with guests wear masks and gloves, and the food handlers are highly trained in safe food preparation and service.

See Westin Resort Nusa Dua and Bali International Convention Centre 


Mandarin marvels
Mandarin Oriental properties in Asia are offering a series of staycation packages for guests seeking to recreate a luxurious, cosy retreat closer to home.

Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong  – Book a Staycation by M.O. room package in advance to enjoy at a later date where a host of curated experiences are presented by experts and tastemakers. Among the offerings are an exclusive art tour by Lévy Gorvy, HKD $500 off a minimum spend of HK$5,000 on Vestiaire Collective, the global platform for pre-owned fashion. There is also a chocolate master class, wine appreciation class, mixology class, flower wreath class and Hotel MO Heritage Tour.

The Landmark Oriental, Hong Kong – The anniversary “LMO Turns 15” offers 15 exciting benefits, including one-way limousine transfer on arrival or departure, welcome champagne, early check-in and late check-out. When reserving a room, guests will receive HK$1,000 daily celebration credit for spending at Amber, SOMM, MO Bar, PDT, in-room dining or spa & wellness treatment at the Oriental Spa (except BGA) among other discounts.

Mandarin Oriental Singapore – While reserving a room for a minimum two-night stay, guests will receive a daily dining or spa service credit of SG$75 per day, or a daily credit of SG$150 for reserving a suite. Guests who stay more than three nights can enjoy the One More Night offer, with a complimentary third night.

See also, Luxury Breaks

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok – After renovation, the Get Togethers by M.O. offers local touches through the five senses. Activities start with Sunrise Yoga at the riverfront facing the Chao Phraya River, followed by Alms Giving to Buddhist monks on the riverside lawn and a half-day walking tour to explore some hidden local historic sites.


Cordis’ fifth
To mark the fifth anniversary of Cordis, Hong Kong, the hotel has launched exclusive accommodation, dining and spa offers for August.

Among the offers is the “Stay & Give Me WOW” Room Package at HK$5,000 for a night in the luxurious Chairman Suite, plus a selection of tailormade experiences, including dinner at Michelin-starred Ming Court and the “Shanghai 555 Spa Retreat” at Chuan Spa for stays between August 26, 2020 and March 31, 2021.

The 125 sqm, Chairman Suite includes a separate living room with panoramic views of Kowloon and complimentary access to the Club Lounge.

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