The Mandarin Oriental Resort Team has announced it is expanding its existence in London with the opening of the Mandarin Oriental Mayfair this winter.
Located on Hanover Square, the property contains 50 guestrooms and 78 non-public residences. It will also host a spa, featuring an indoor 25-metre swimming pool, sauna, vitality pool, leisure room and a variety of bespoke wellness solutions.
Furthermore, the Mayfair resort will dwelling the first namesake Akira Back cafe in the British isles from Michelin Star chef Akira Again, as well as his ‘ABar Lounge’ concept. The Akira Back brand name has a portfolio of over 20 places to eat and lounges all over the world.
The over-all undertaking, comprising Mandarin Oriental Mayfair and the 78 Residences at Mandarin Oriental, is produced and owned by Clivedale London, an impartial, Mayfair- based real estate developer.
The lodge has been designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, the designers of the ‘Cheesegrater’ in London. The interior style and design of the hotel’s community spaces was designed by Tokyo based mostly studio, Curiosity. Artworks by community British artists attribute during the lodge with one particular-off furniture parts curated by Curiosity’s founder, Gwenael Nicolas.
In the meantime, the 50 guestrooms and suites have been intended by British isles centered Studio Indigo, influenced by London, even though reflecting the group’s oriental heritage.
Susanne Hatje, standard manager, reported: “We are very psyched to open a Mandarin Oriental hotel in the coronary heart of these kinds of an legendary spot. Mayfair has this kind of a rich heritage and pedigree in luxury, vogue and artwork and is regularly evolving.
“This is a great parallel for our new residence, which will introduce delightful touches for which Mandarin Oriental is liked, but in a far more personal and informal placing. We feel that our warm, club-like ambiance, which flows all over the lodge, is set to make Mandarin Oriental Mayfair a new vacation spot of alternative in the space.”