10 Cheapest Mandarin Oriental Hotels In The World


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Mandarin Oriental Hotels and Resorts is one of the world’s leading luxury hotel brands, with hotels across the Asia-Pacific region, America, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. But if you are looking for a bargain and a nice discount, we suggest you pick one of the cheapest Mandarin Oriental hotels in the world.

The rates at these hotels may be cheaper, but you are not forgoing any of the luxuries, and as there are so many wonderful luxury hotels within the Mandarin Oriental portfolio to choose from, you can pick up some super rooms at incredibly discounted rates, simply by choosing your destination carefully. It is also wise to take advantage of discounted special offers that happen throughout the year in the lower season across some of the greatest cities in the world.

How about the Mandarin Oriental Fan Club Loyalty Program? Will this give me a great discount or cheaper rooms? Nope. You simply get some extra benefits. You can join for free and get basic property-specific benefits, but you will get a much, much deal if you book your next Mandarin Oriental hotel stay with our luxury travel concierge. You will get five complimentary benefits at no extra cost, so it always makes sense to book with us.

Whether you are looking for pools, a spa, a beachside resort, or a convenient city location for business or a short break, here are the cheapest Mandarin Oriental hotels in the world. The pricing is based on a 3-night stay in mid-July 2019. Pricing may vary according to your date of travel.

1. Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur

Definitely, one of the cheapest Mandarin Oriental hotels in the world is the Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur. But what you gain at the cheap price, you certainly don’t lose in the level of luxury. Just take a look at the incredible pool at the Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur pictured above.

Why is it so cheap? The city of Kuala Lumpur is generally a cheap city to visit. Wages are low, so staff costs are low. Land prices are nowhere near Central London, Hong Kong, or Manhattan, so you benefit from cheaper rooms and better discounts.

Whether you’re in town for business or leisure, consider staying at the luxurious Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur, which boasts the city’s largest club lounge, which also features in our review of the best club lounges in Kuala Lumpur. Try the award-winning spa’s signature treatments and infinity-edge pool, or enjoy a workout at the Fitness & Wellness Centre. Play a round at the Indoor Golf Centre or take tennis lessons from the Peter Burwash International coach. Select from the hotel’s ten restaurants and lounges, including Lai Po Heen for classic Cantonese, Mosaic for local and international fare, and Mandarin Grill for the finest cuts of meat.

Rates here start at around $181 USD per night, and that’s not even on a deal. This is just their standard rate for 3-nights in July.

2. Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai

The Mandarin Oriental Shanghai is a gorgeous luxury hotel located in Shanghai’s new Harbour City development, a skyscraper-dotted expanse of green in the heart of Pudong’s growing financial district, just minutes away from Shanghai IFC and the Shanghai World Financial Centre.

Although the hotel is across the river from the historic city center, it is conveniently located for tourists because it’s only a 10-15 minute walk to Lujiazui metro station and some of Shanghai’s major sightseeing attractions (e.g., Pearl Tower). It is also located on the riverside. A one-minute stroll from the hotel entrance takes you to a beautiful riverside promenade lined by lush greenery and excellent restaurants. Is it the best hotel in Shangai? It is quite hard to choose the best hotel in Shanghai, so we have compared Mandarin Oriental vs. Peninsula vs. Four Seasons Shanghai to help you decide.

Guests staying in one of the Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai 44 suites receive complimentary Club Lounge access, and this lounge features in our best club lounges in Shanghai. Emulating the feel of a residential living room, the large yet intimate space features wood and marble flooring, a dining room, a library, and a wine bar. All of them have panoramic views of the Huangpu river and Lujiazhui skyline.

In the hotel’s basement, you will find recreational facilities with a wonderful Spa, a gym (with state-of-the-art equipment), a 25 meter indoor, stylish swimming pool (with jacuzzi), and an excellent spa.

The hotel has three restaurants on-site, all of them featuring excellent and high-quality food. Fifty 8° Grill focuses on modern French cuisine, Yong Yi Ting specializes in regional Jiang Nan cuisine, while the all-day dining restaurant Zest specializes in Asian and International cuisine (with buffet).

What is the room rate? Rates start at $217 USD per night, and that’s with no deal or discount. That is just the standard rate.

3. Mandarin Oriental Miami

Next up on our list of the cheapest Mandarin Oriental hotels around the world is the Mandarin Oriental Miami. Located on the idyllic island of Brickell Key, Mandarin Oriental, Miami, is a luxurious waterfront urban resort that is as distinct as the city itself. This 326 room hotel is located on a 44-acre island in Biscayne Bay, considered one of Miami’s most prestigious locations, with easy access to Miami’s downtown commercial districts, South Beach, Coconut Grove, Key Biscayne, and major airports.

What’s also so great about this hotel is the price, starting at $217 USD per room per night. Again, there is no three-for-two discount applied to this deal. The rate is just the standard rate.

4. Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C.

Surprisingly, Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C., is also one of the cheapest Mandarin Oriental hotels in the world in the month of July 2019 and is coming in at just $243 USD per night, but this rate IS on a special discounted deal. This is a 2 nights for the price of 3 deal, so the third night is effectively free. Otherwise, the rate would be $365 USD per night which is significantly more expensive. To bag this cheap rate, just book 3 nights or more at the right time of year, and you have yourself one of the cheapest deals at this luxury hotel chain.

Nestled along Southwest D.C.’s waterfront with views of The Jefferson Memorial, Tidal Basin, Washington Channel, District Wharf, and Washington Monument, this Mandarin Oriental hotel provides guests access to D.C.’s most sought-after attractions. Explore eleven of the Smithsonian museums, all within walking distance, along with numerous monuments and memorials. Visit the Tidal Basin for cherry blossom viewing and sightseeing and District Wharf for dining, concerts, shopping, and water sports, accessible from the hotel’s footbridge.

Arrive at Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C., and you know you have arrived somewhere special. The lobby is inspired by the work of John Russell Pope, designer of the Jefferson Memorial, and boasts the familiar domed ceiling and column placement of the neighboring memorial. This urban oasis offers expansive Jefferson Memorial and Washington Monument views that are unmatched by any other luxury hotel in the Nation’s Capital. Breathtaking views of the water and city monuments serve as an enticing backdrop to the hotel.

The private 4,000 sq. ft. garden makes it the hotel of choice for the discerning traveler. Our 373 rooms, including 51 suites, offer several layouts made possible by the unique shape of the hotel, with deluxe guestrooms measuring between 400 to 700 square feet and the three-bedroom Presidential Suite measuring 4,150 square feet.

The Club is one of the best executive club lounges in Washington DC, a refined, private space for guests to work, relax and socialize. The Club’s Living Room offers a casual setting in which to enjoy the exclusive Bowers & Wilkins Sound Bar. Plus, the Balcony is the perfect place to take in the view of the nation’s capital.

The Spa by Mandarin Oriental, the city’s only Forbes 4-star spa, enjoys a zen-like ambiance and is an oasis of holistic therapy for the body, mind, and spirit. Our 1,400 ft² state-of-the-art fitness center is equipped with a full range of TechnoGym training equipment, including both cardiovascular and resistance machines. Our 50-foot indoor lap pool is heated to an inviting temperature.

5. Mandarin Oriental, Prague

You can’t beat Prague for historic architecture and beauty in a city. The prices here tend to be quite cheap, which might just drum up that extra reason to visit. Rates here start at $420 USD per night but with a 3rd night free discount (much like the Washington property above), bringing the average rate right down to a much cheaper $280 USD per room per night, a great deal.

A historic hotel deeply immersed in local tradition, Mandarin Oriental, Prague is a carefully restored monastery dating back to the 14th century. Though set in the shadows of Prague Castle and surrounded by charming cobbled streets, the hotel offers a decidedly modern experience. Choose a Deluxe Terrace room for its private patio overlooking a flower garden or a Deluxe Suite for its vaulted ceilings and antique parquet flooring — each has been lovingly restored to preserve its character. The spa is the only one in the world set in a former chapel; under its glass floor, you can view remnants of an even earlier Gothic church.

6. Mandarin Oriental, Taipei

Mandarin Oriental, Taipei is a five-star urban retreat located in the heart of Taipei. This unique and exclusive luxury hotel is the perfect choice for business and leisure travelers. Contemporary luxury blends with classic Oriental style in its 303 rooms and suites. These rooms are among the most spacious in Taipei.

The award-winning spa is a lovely space that provides a completely holistic experience and a relaxing retreat for the mind, body, and soul. Choose from an inspired selection of restaurants and bars, each offering exquisite menu choices and beautifully atmospheric interiors.

Once again, this hotel is not cheap. The room rate is $461.04 USD per night, but stay for 3 nights at certain times of the year, and you can enjoy a 3rd-night free deal which discounts the rate to an average of $306 USD per night.

7. Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong has long been considered one of the best hotels in the world. Dedicated to unsurpassed luxury and known for its legendary service, this heritage, steeped in the values of the Orient, has made it the address of choice for visiting royalty, film stars, and notable public figures for almost half a century.

It is the only city hotel in the world to achieve 30 Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star awards for six titles under one roof. An icon in the world of luxury hotels, it offers Michelin-starred dining options, an award-winning spa, and a location in the heart of the city that is only steps from the city’s finest shopping and historical sights.

The hotel overlooks Victoria Harbour with an elegant interior that echoes a glamorous past. 501 spacious rooms and suites offer guests the ultimate in accommodation with sophisticated entertainment and business technology.

The ten restaurants and bars have been created by epicurean masters from around the world and include: two-Michelin starred Pierre restaurant by Pierre Gagnaire; stunning Cantonese dining at one-Michelin starred Man Wah; innovative contemporary European cuisine at the one-Michelin starred Mandarin Grill + Bar; and the Krug Room; a ‘secret’ restaurant hidden in the heart of the kitchen.

This hotel is not cheap. The usual rate is $485 USD per room per night, but they have a discounted 3rd-night free rate, bringing the average room rate down to $323 USD per night. A bargain in such an exciting and expensive city.

8. Mandarin Oriental Singapore

The Mandarin Oriental Singapore is a brilliant luxury hotel choice in Singapore with incredible views from floor-to-ceiling windows in the rooms and with one of the best hotel club lounges in Singapore. The design of the building is uninteresting when compared to some of the other hotel options in Singapore, but the interior is breathtaking. The rooftop pool is an absolute highlight of this hotel, with comfy loungers, tropical plants dotted about, and fountains spurting into the pool area.

And the price? Just $335 USD per night. No discounts and no deals; this is just the standard rate.

9. Mandarin Oriental New York (NY)

You probably didn’t expect to see New York in our cheapest Mandarin Oriental hotel listings, and yet here it is, mid-July, coming in at our number 9 spot. How has this happened? Like many luxury hotels, this Mandarin Oriental offers a 3rd-night free discount, so a rate which was $845 USD per night has gotten a whole lot cheaper as the 3rd night is a free special offer. This leaves us with a much cheaper $563 USD average rate per room per night. A lovely discount at one of the top hotels in Manhattan.

One of the best things about this particular Mandarin Oriental is its location, New York, at the northwest arc of Columbus Circle in the Time Warner Center, just steps away from Central Park and a short walk from performance venues such as Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall, while the world-class shopping of Madison Avenue and Fifth Avenue is also a stroll away through Central Park.

Floor-to-ceiling windows share spectacular views of Central Park, the Hudson River, and the Manhattan skyline. A guestroom highlight is the unique soaking tubs with picture windows overlooking the Hudson River or Central Parkin all suites and some guest rooms. Request one of these!

Dining facilities include Asiate offering modern American cuisine. The hotel lounge, The Aviary NYC with a distinctive culinary approach to cocktails and service, and The Office NYC, a speakeasy-style environment balancing the world of old and new.

The huge 14,500 square-foot Spa at Mandarin Oriental, New York, provides the ultimate urban oasis. Facilities include amethyst crystal steam rooms, experience showers, his and hers Relaxation Lounges, a steam sauna, and a fireplace. The high-performance fitness center also includes a 75-foot naturally-lit indoor lap pool. It’s hard to imagine you would want more from a luxury hotel in NYC.

10. Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo

Tokyo is not usually a cheap city, and as a result, this hotel sits at the bottom of our cheapest Mandarin Oriental hotels listing. There simply isn’t a cheap way to stay in Tokyo, but considering its prestigious status, this hotel comes in remarkably good value sitting at $647 USD per room per night. This is a standard rate with no deals or discounts.

Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is the only hotel in Japan to have achieved a Forbes Five Star rating for the third consecutive year. Superbly located within the prestigious business and cultural center of Tokyo, Nihonbashi, the hotel offers 179 rooms and suites, all with breathtaking views of the capital. There are three Michelin-star restaurants featuring Cantonese, French, and molecular cuisine. The hotel neighbors the original Mitsukoshi department store, as well as centuries-old shops offering products from traditional artisans, and is within walking distance of the Imperial Gardens and Ginza shopping and entertainment attractions.

Of course, there are many other Mandarin Oriental hotels around the world. Highlights include the Mandarin Oriental Bangkok, Beijing – Wangfujing, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, which has two Mandarin Oriental hotels, the main Mandarin Oriental and The Landmark Mandarin Oriental. There are also great hotels in Jakarta Macau, Sanya, Taipei, and Tokyo.

In North America, you will also find Mandarin Oriental hotels in Canouan, Miami, Santiago, and Washington, D.C.

In Europe, the Middle East & Africa, there are great properties in Barcelona, Bodrum, Doha, Dubai, Madrid – Hotel Ritz, Marrakech, Milan, Munich, Paris, and Prague.

One of the most exciting new hotels in the Mandarin Oriental portfolio is probably the new Mandarin Oriental due to open in Hawaii in 2020. The Mandarin Oriental, Honolulu will be the anchor of Mana`olana Place, a 36-story mixed-use tower with gardens and public plazas. The 36-story tower is scheduled to open in 2020. The building will have 125 hotel rooms and is designed to reflect the Hawaiian culture. This hotel on the island of Oahu is unlikely to be cheap but will be a great luxury hotel choice on the Hawaiian Islands.

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