Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park launches new-look bedrooms to mark phase one of £185m renovation


Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park London is gearing up to unveil phase one of its extensive £185m renovation, reopening some of its bedrooms and suites.

Following the reveal of the new-look lobby and reception in January, the bedrooms and suites have now been unveiled, designed by Joyce Wang, who sought inspiration from the royal park and the glamour of the 20th century for the new design.

Each bedroom has a new layout, featuring alcoves, grey panelled walls and mirror artwork.

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Art Deco-inspired features and wildlife adornments are present throughout the space, while beds come with leather-tufted headboards, large leather-topped writing desks, and rugs inspired by the hotel’s park-side location.

All guest rooms include Bower and Wilkins music player with Bluetooth connectivity, Nespresso coffee machine and tea making facilities, and a pillow menu.

Bathrooms are fashioned from Volakas marble with either a walk-in shower or a bath with an in-built shower. Miller Harris bathroom products and Jo Hansford hair are the chosen amenities.

The Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park started its epic transformation project in December 2016, which will see its bedrooms, restaurant and public areas refurbished.

The work is scheduled for completion in spring 2018.

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