Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group

The Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, Mandarin Oriental short, is a Southeast Asian hotel chain, the luxurious homes of the 5-star category operates.


The first hotel was opened in 1963, under the current name, the company has existed since 1974. Since 1987, it is listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. The most famous houses of the group are the Mandarin in Hong Kong and The Oriental in Bangkok, which gave their name through a merger of the group.

Gained notoriety, Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong in 2003, when the Hong Kong superstar Leslie Cheung rushed out of a window. Even today, it is therefore a popular " pilgrimage " for fans.

On February 9, 2009, there was in the new building of the Television Cultural Center in Beijing, in which a new Mandarin Oriental is to be built, from fireworks to fire. The shortly before the opening standing, 44 -storey high building could not be saved and burned completely out, but without collapsing.


As of November 2013, the company operates 24 facilities in Asia, Europe and North America. The only Mandarin Oriental in the German-speaking area is located in Munich.


  • People's Republic of China People's Republic of China: Guangzhou, Hong Kong (3 Hotels), Macau ( 2 hotels ), Sanya and Shanghai
  • Indonesia Indonesia: Jakarta
  • Japan Japan: Tokyo
  • Malaysia Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur
  • Philippines Philippines: Manila
  • Singapore Singapore
  • Thailand: Bangkok


  • Germany Germany: Munich
  • France France: Paris
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom: London
  • Switzerland Switzerland: Geneva
  • Spain: Barcelona
  • Czech Republic Czech Republic: Prague

North America

  • Bermuda Bermuda
  • United States United States: Atlanta, Boston, Las Vegas, Miami, New York City, San Francisco and Washington, DC


  • World Hotel Award 2007 - Mandarin Oriental Prague
  • Tatler 101 Best Hotels of the World, 2007 - Mandarin Oriental Prague
  • Global Traveler Awards 2007 - Mandarin Oriental New York