This year has been a mixed year for Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, Mandarin Oriental London Hyde Park catching fire just before the completion of an extensive renovations and culminating with the worsening political and economical situation in Hong Kong where the group owns and operates two luxury hotel properties.
The Hyde Park hotel officially reopened on April 15 in London, Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing Beijing debuted in China, and Mandarin Jumeira opened as the first resort of the group in the U.A.E. Meanwhile the Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok is preparing to reopen its River Wing after a $90 million renovation.
This December Mandarin Oriental, Santiago will officially open its doors after a rebranding of the Hotel Santiago. This will be the first Mandarin Oriental hotel in South America. The group took over management of a 310-room luxury hotel in 2017, renaming it Hotel Santiago. A large-scale restoration and remodelling project was undertaken, to enhance the guest rooms and facilities, while the hotel remained open. Upon its completion in December, the hotel will begin anew as Mandarin Oriental, Santiago.
Located in the Las Condes neighborhood, Mandarin Oriental, Santiago has an outdoor pool, spa, fitness center, five restaurants and bars, and suites with panoramic vistas of the city and the Andes mountains beyond. The luxury hotel will aim to give visitors a customized experience in Chile—whether it’s skiing or wine tasting in vineyards.
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