Mandarin Oriental share global hotel developments

Sally de Souza, Director of Corporate PR and Media Content for Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, visited Sydney with representatives from the brand’s properties, to host a media lunch and share openings and updates.

The lunch, which was held at Bennelong Point Sydney Opera House on Wednesday 11 June 2018, enabled media to learn about the hotel group’s new developments over the next five years. Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group currently manages 31 properties globally, with 17 hotels and 10 residences in the works.

Of significant note to Australian travel advisers is Mandarin Oriental, Melbourne, which is set to open in 2023. The Melbourne property will include 196 hotel rooms and 148 residences operating out of a mixed-use tower on Collins Street, in the Melbourne CBD. Ms de Souza said “[We are] delighted to have a presence in this important market.”

New destinations that will be added to the Mandarin Oriental portfolio include Santiago in Chile, Canouan, Dubai, and Melbourne.

The full list of hotel openings is:


  • Mandarin Oriental, Bali
  • The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok
  • Mandarin Oriental Qianmen, Beijing
  • Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing, Beijing
  • Mandarin Oriental, Chengdu
  • Mandarin Oriental, Manila
  • Mandarin Oriental, Melbourne
  • Mandarin Oriental, Saigon
  • Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen

Europe, Middle East & Africa

  • The Residences by Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona
  • Mandarin Oriental, Doha
  • Mandarin Oriental, Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road
  • Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Dubai
  • Mandarin Oriental Bosphorus, Istanbul
  • Mandarin Oriental Mayfair, London
  • The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Munich
  • Mandarin Oriental, Muscat

The Americas

  • Mandarin Oriental, Boca Raton
  • Mandarin Oriental, Honolulu
  • Mandarin Oriental, Viña del Mar

Ms de Souza also touched on the brand’s European flagship Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London, which is currently closed due to a fire that broke out earlier this year, thus the reopening after the refurbishment of its rooms, suites and public areas was delayed. A reopening date will be announced later in the year.

Ms de Souza also confirmed the closing of the Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas due to the sale of the building, however they will be looking for opportunities to re-enter the market.

Sally de Souza
Sally de Souza, Director of Corporate PR and Media Content for Mandarin Oriental at the Sydney media lunch
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