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December 28, 2006
brooklyn, New York
June 3, 2007
From journal Asia, May-June 2007
February 7, 2011
March 2, 2006
Mandarin Oriental must be one of the most prestigious hotels to stay at with 371 tastefully furnished rooms, 104 club rooms and suites, 4 suites with the highest level of luxury, a spa, health club, and pool.
Dining choices: The Tivoli, Paseo Uno, Tin Hau, Clipper Lounge, Mandarin Deli, Captain's Bar, Kipling's Cigar Bar. Catering for up to 600 guests.
We only visited their lobby, and went to have drinks there just to see the place which was quite upscale and very impressive.email: reservations firstname.lastname@example.org inquires: email@example.com
From journal MNL
January 8, 2001
One luxury that you can always enjoy in Asia, but which costs an arm and a leg in the States, is the spa service offered in most luxury hotels. I always go for the massage. For a fairly minimal price compared to here (about $20/hour), you can get a massage in the hotel spa, or even in your room. There is nothing better for an exhausting day of sightseeing or shopping.
From journal Manila - a quick introduction
charlotte, North Carolina
July 22, 2008
December 25, 2009
December 26, 2009