Introducing the New Face of Luxury, The Mandarin Oriental Hotel and Residences, Honolulu

Photo Courtesy of the The Residences at Mandarin Oriental

With the brand’s exciting return to Honolulu since 2006, the Mandarin Oriental Hotel and Residences, Honolulu is ushering a new era of luxury in Hawaii with its elegant branded residences. Developed by Salem Partners and designed by a world-renowned team of international designers including Meyer Davis, Dianna Wong and Hart Howerton and Fluidity Design, the striking 418-foot tower will showcase a never-before-seen innovative collaboration across its 37 stories while boasting the high-end quality of the prolific brand.  

The iconic tower will house 125 chic and contemporary guestrooms and suites, designed to reflect the local culture while paying homage to Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s heritage. Blurring the lines of indoors and outdoors, each residence will feature a generous lanai offering breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and spacious open floor plans. 

Beginning on the 19th floor, a collection of 99 exclusive homes – The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Honolulu– will represent one of the most distinguished residential offering available in the world. Residents will enjoy the perks of the world-class brand with access to a private resident-only amenity level featuring a luxury pool, outdoor lounge space complete with cabanas and fire pits, as well as a karaoke room, and Dolby Theater along with privileged access to an array of top-notch amenities and services offered at Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Honolulu including the 13,000-square-foot spa, which is the largest and most lavish spa on O‘ahu. With an array of hotel spaces to discover, residents will have preferred access to a signature restaurant and bar, wedding chapel, expansive indoor-outdoor terrace surrounding by lounge spaces as well as a Retail Salon offering a bespoke shopping experience with high-end fashion, luxury jewelry and timepieces. 

The development is slated to break ground and launch sales in Summer 2019.

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