Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park is to officially reopen fully on Monday April 15, with refreshed bedrooms rounding off a multi-million pound investment into the luxury property.
The 181-bedroom, five-star hotel underwent a renovation following a fire last summer, which damaged small parts of several floors within the building and planting façade on the roof that was thought to have been the cause of the blaze.
In December, Mandarin Oriental reopened its dining facilities and spa.
Adam D. Tihany oversaw a light refurbishment of Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, Bar Boulud, London and Mandarin Bar, plus the makeover of the new spa.
Now the new guestrooms and suites, including two newly-created penthouse suites, will be unveiled in April and mark the end of the hotel’s £80m renovation.
Internationally renowned designer, Joyce Wang, has overseen the redesign of all guest rooms and suites, along with the creation of the hotel’s new Penthouses, taking inspiration from the parkside location, as well as the glamour of the early 20th century’s Golden Age of travel.
The first phase of the renovation was unveiled in September 2017, with public spaces.