Mandarin Oriental, the international luxury hotel chain, is gearing up to reopen more properties as destinations around the world start to lift COVID-19 restrictions.
The Mandarin Oriental, Miami and Mandarin Oriental, Canouan in St. Vincent & Grenadines fully reopened July 1. Meanwhile, Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur reopened its infinity pool July 1, joining already opened rooms, suites, dining, and The Spa.
Qatar’s Mandarin Oriental, Doha IZU restaurant, Gelato, Mandarin Lounge, and Baraha Lounge are open as of July 1.
At the Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok, all rooms and suites, The Oriental Spa, Health & Wellness Centre and pools have opened. Still closed are Le Normandie, Lord Jim’s, The Authors’ Lounge, The Verandah, and The Lobby.
As of July 7, Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo’s Italian restaurant, K’shiki, as well as in-room dining will be open. All other restaurants, including Oriental Lounge, Mandarin Bar, Gourmet Shop, and The Spa will remain closed.
These properties join recently opened Mandarin Oriental, Lago di Como and Mardarin Oriental, Milan in Italy, Mandarin Oriental, Prague in the Czech Republic, Mandarin Oriental, Geneva in Switzerland, Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta in Indonesia.
Mandarin Oriental has put in place its “We Care” protocols, including PPE available for all guests, including masks, disinfectant hand sanitizers and disposable gloves, mandatory health declaration forms upon arrival at hotel, and temperature checks for guests and staff. Guests will also be asked their personal preferences on service levels and level of interaction with staff is collected prior to arrival.