The Landmark Mandarin Oriental
In the midst of a gut renovation helmed by renowned interior designer Joyce Wang, the new look of this centrally located hotel defines modern luxury. The custom-made furniture are rife with thoughtful details—like reading lights concealed within headboards—that transform the space into a stylish home away from home. Industrial brass fixtures are juxtaposed with lush fabric walls to reflect Wang's love for texture play. Signature elements of the esteemed hotel brand are retained via features like circular bathtubs and cooling vitrines—lavishly decorated units that house welcoming pastries from the Michelin-starred Amber restaurant downstairs. After toasting with complimentary vials of Bordeaux from Chateau Le Chatelet available in all suites, guests can kick back at the Oriental Spa, one of the city's finest wellness centers. The sanctuary is known for its ever expanding list of prestigious collaborators: It's the first spa in Asia to feature exclusive treatments using products from Diorskin. Another must-try program is the synchronized manicure and foot treatment from Bastien Gonzalez, a French footcare expert to the stars.