Mandarin Oriental London
Overlooking Hyde Park on one side and Knightsbridge on the other, the building was initially conceived to host an exclusive “Gentleman’s Club” in 1889. Only after a fire in 1902, it became the famous Hyde Park Hotel, acquired by the Mandarin Oriental Chain in 1996.
The hotel consists of a basement, a lower ground floor and an upper floor, 8 floors on the Hyde Park side (North) and 9 floors on the Knightsbridge side (South). On the lower and upper ground floor there are two restaurants, a bar, conference rooms, the reception and the spa. The operational part of the hotel is located in the basement, which is not part of the renovation of the building.
- 234 rooms suites and public areas
- Mandarin Oriental Group
- 12 100 m2
- London, United Kingdom