Revamped to fit a more modern outlook, the spa now comes with elegant interiors and opulent amenities that make it one of the most impressive wellness facilities anywhere in the capital.
Decorated heavily with traditional Chinese symbolism, the spa boasts floral walls and refreshing colour palettes that are in harmony with the contemporary furnishings.
Along with 14 treatment rooms, the spa now comes with a spacious Oriental Suite with two massage beds and an exclusive Rasul water temple wherein guests can indulge in a range of reinvigorating therapies.
New facilities also include a room for traditional ASANTE Chinese Medicine consultations, a Bastien Gonzalez Pedicure/Manicure Studio and two additional beauty rooms.
Furthermore, there’s also a comprehensive high-tech workout studio called the Technogym, a 17-metre stainless steel, heated pool, and a PilatesPT studio.
The Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group was formed in 1985 as part of a merger between two luxury Asian Hotels: The Mandarin in Hong Kong and The Oriental in Bangkok.