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Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park to undergo restoration

Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park to undergo restoration

Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has embarked on a comprehensive multimillion-pound restoration of its European flagship Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London, designed to confirm this historic hotel’s position as one of the best in the world.

The hotel remains open throughout the renovation which will be completed in spring next year.

Internationally renowned designer Joyce Wang has been commissioned to oversee the overall design concept, and has taken her inspiration from the hotel’s royal heritage and peaceful park side location, as well as the glamour of the early 20th century’s golden age of travel.

Already a familiar name for Mandarin Oriental, Wang oversaw the recent renovation of The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong. 

All 181 rooms and suites will be more luxurious and comfortable than ever before, encompassing details inspired by the building’s Edwardian heritage and the natural beauty of Hyde Park.


Art deco inspired features including carefully curated artworks and custom-designed furniture, will result in a warm and inviting environment.

In addition, two new luxurious penthouse suites will be created, with private terraces and extensive park views. 

The hotel’s entrance, main lobby and reception areas will be reconfigured and redesigned to maximise natural daylight, and the building’s iconic façade will be revitalised.

In keeping with the recently installed contemporary pool and fitness area, Adam Tihany has been appointed to oversee the design of the next-generation Spa at Mandarin Oriental, London which will be significantly expanded to include couples’ facilities and an exclusive Mandarin Oriental Spa Studio concept, offering powerful and effective express beauty and grooming treatments for both men and women.