One of London’s most iconic hotels is to reopen its doors this week following months of closure due to Covid-19.
Some of the capital’s luxury hotels have already started to welcome guests back, but Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park will be doing so from Thursday (23 July).
The hotel will reopen with only The Rosebery restaurant for now, available for all-day dining, afternoon teas and as the source of in-room dining.
The reopening of the Knightsbridge hotel’s two-star Michelin restaurant, Dinner by Heston Blumenthal and Bar Boulud London “will be announced in due course”, and The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, London also remains closed “in line with the current UK Government guidelines”.
To celebrate the reopening and as a nod to summer, the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park’s new summer-themed Afternoon Tea in The Rosebery has been launched (priced at £54 per person, with a supplement of £12 for a glass of Champagne, £16 for three wine pairings, £15 for three beer pairings and £17 for three sake pairings).
The hotel is also running a Staycation by M.O. package, priced at £749 per night.
The London deal includes daily breakfast, served in guests’ rooms or in The Rosebery; early check-in and late check-out; complimentary parking for one vehicle; a bottle of Moët & Chandon Champagne; a credit of £100 per stay when booking a room (£250 when booking a suite); and an afternoon tea picnic for two in Hyde Park.
The hotel also said it had put in place “highly flexible policies for changing or cancelling individual reservations”.