The ultra-luxury Mandarin Oriental is coming soon to Hawaii on the corner of Kapiolani Blvd and Atkinson Drive. Offering 99 luxury residences and 125 hotel guest rooms, the design team assembled to develop the upcoming 38-story tower is some of the best of the best. The water features? Designed by the same designer of the famed Fountains of Bellagio in Las Vegas. Milan-based Molteni&C and Dada, hailed as the "Lamborghini of kitchen design". The interior designer? Dianna Wong, who has worked with Hermes, Caesars and The Beverly Hills Hotel. Restaurants? Two restaurants, each with respective Michelin stars. Spa? Over 20,000 square feet of 5-star pampering, the largest in all of Oahu.
The Mandarin Oriental will no doubt outdo the luxury amenities of other nearby luxury condo-hotel towers like Trump Waikiki and the Ritz-Carlton.
Ownership of one of the coveted 99 residences will be anything but ordinary when associated with a brand like the Mandarin Oriental. Setting a new standard in Honolulu for luxury, all kitchens will be designed by Milan-based Molteni&C and Dada, known for their high standards and hailed as "the Lamborghini of kitchen design". Each kitchen will feature best-in-class appliances: Gaggenau gas cooktop, combi-steam oven, single oven, microwave drawer, dishwasher, and under-counter wine cooler, Blanco sink and faucet, and Sub-Zero refrigerator. For the Penthouse residences, there is a built-in espresso machine. As for the bathroom? They'll have Dornbracht fixtures, polished black marble sinks, leathered white marble walls, limestone flooring, Claybrook stone baths, and Toto washlets. These are the details that combined in totality, make something like the Mandarin Oriental residences like none other in Hawaii.
Thinking of buying and turning it into a vacation rental? Or adding it to the Mandarin Oriental hotel pool? That may be possible somewhere else, but not possible for these Mandarin Oriental residence units. Make no mistake, the Mandarin Oriental is believed to become the most exclusive residence in the area.
Residents will have access to four full levels of amenities. Some levels are shared with the hotel, some will be exclusive to residents. Here's the breakdown per level. It's lengthy...
6th Floor (Residents & Hotel)
2 Meeting Rooms
4,000 sq ft ballroom with its own lobby and terrace
7th Floor Spa
Over 20,000 sq ft spa with multiple treatment rooms and a tea room
Six treatment rooms
VIP treatment room
Couple Treatment room
Spa reception and Retail area
8th Floor (predominantly for Hotel, but Residents may access)
Fitness and pool terrace
72 ft pool
9th Floor (Residents only)
58 ft pool
2 BBQ areas
Outdoor fire pit
Private club lounge
Private club dining room and bar
Dolby movie theater and bar
Additionally services for residents may enjoy:
24-hour concierge service
Preferred hotel rates
Preferred access to limited dining experiences by a Michelin Star Chef
Priority seating at the tower's restaurants
Grocery & personal shopping
Personal chef services
Located in the neighborhood of Midtown Ala Moana, The Mandarin Oriental will be adjacent to the Hawaii Convention Center and serve as a gateway to Waikiki and Ala Moana. Within walking distance will be the Honolulu rail's proposed Ala Moana stop, access to shopping and dining at the Ala Moana Center, the shores of Ala Moana Beach and just outside of nearby Waikiki's shopping, dining and beaches. For those who prefer to Uber or call a taxi, everything is literally minutes away from you by car.
Below is a sample floor plate. There are 10 floor plans total. Please see the underlined floor plans for additional details.