Oriental Flair And Mystique at Mandarin

With its oriental origins, luxury hotel Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco is distinguished by its exotic Asian flair, from the dramatic interior of each guest room and suite to its renowned Asian afternoon tea service.

To honor the Chinese lunar calendar and to usher in the Year of the Ram, the hotel has created a celebratory package, available January 31 through February 13, 2003. Featuring a host of oriental-inspired treats, the package includes: deluxe accommodations with unobstructed city and bay vistas; complimentary welcome jasmine tea served with traditional almond cookies; a special four-course Asian inspired menu at its signature restaurant, Silks, and a walking tour of historical San Francisco Chinatown including dim sum lunch. The festive one-night package price begins at US$635 for two in a king room. Prices include all taxes and services and other room categories are available. 
Reservations can be made by contacting the hotel directly at (800) 622-0404; through Mandarin Oriental’s worldwide sales and reservations offices; or through the Group’s direct on-line reservations service, www.mandarinoriental.com/sanfrancisco. This offer may be combined with other packages, and is subject to availability.
Located in the heart of the city, the 158-room Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco offers panoramic views of the city from the top 11 floors of San Francisco’s third tallest building, 345 California Center. The luxury hotel is the recipient of Mobil Travel Guide’s coveted Five-Star Award for four consecutive years, in addition to being accorded by Institutional Investor the 11th position worldwide for the world’s top hotels in 2002.

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 three additional hotels under development, including New York (opening late 2003), Washington D.C. (opening 2004) and Tokyo (opening 2006). Mandarin Oriental now operates some 7,000 rooms in eleven countries with nine hotels in Asia, six in The Americas and three in Europe.

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