Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park Fashion Favourites

Perfectly placed in the heart of Knightsbridge, Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park has launched a ‘Fashion Favourites’ programme for 2004. This programme includes tickets to see the new Vivienne Westwood exhibition, “34 Years in Fashion,” at the Victoria and Albert Museum.The exhibition will explore the career of renowned fashion designer, Vivienne Westwood and features over 150 designs from both her own and the V&A’s collections.  Vivienne Westwood’s career spans many eras, evident in the displays which range from punk to historical art and tartan to ball-gowns.  This exhibition is the largest that the V&A has ever dedicated to a British designer and film and catwalk footage are shown throughout.

With a strong focus on indulgence, Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London has long boasted an unrivalled position with luxurious rooms and suites, award-winning Spa, bar and restaurants, complemented by Guest Floor Managers providing the ultimate in personal service. Just minutes from the boutiques of exclusive Sloane Street, this programme also includes the collection of any new purchases by the hotel’s porters who will collect shopping bags and deliver them to guests’ rooms.

Priced from £325.00 plus vat, the ‘Fashion Favourites’ programme includes:
- Accommodation in a luxurious double room
- A bottle of chilled champagne on arrival
- Full English breakfast in The Park restaurant with its views of Hyde Park
- Two tickets to Vivienne Westwood: 34 Years in Fashion
- Hotel porters to collect new purchases from any of the boutiques of Sloane Street and Knightsbridge

Prices are based on two adults sharing a double room and exclude service charge and VAT. The programme is available between 1 April and 11 July 2004, both the programme and exhibition entrance are to subject to availability.  For reservations please contact Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park directly on +44 (0) 207 235 2000 or refer to www.mandarinoriental.com.

Mandarin Oriental is the award-winning owner and operator of some of the world’s most prestigious hotels and resorts.  In total, the Group operates 18 luxury hotels in key business and leisure destinations, with a further six hotels under development: Washington D.C. (opening spring 2004); Chiang Mai (opening late 2004); Hong Kong and Riviera Maya (opening 2005); and Tokyo and Boston (opening 2006).  Mandarin Oriental’s properties represent some 7,500 rooms in 12 countries with 12 hotels in Asia, nine in The Americas and three in Europe.
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