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A Suite with Style


Extravagant entertaining is expected at this new space at the Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong that is fit for a fashion queen, award-winning actor or you and some of your best friends. PHOTOGRAPHED by FUNG KING

Published on Sep 7, 2017



IN THE HOTEL SPACE RACE
, the new Joyce Wang–designed Entertainment Suite at the Landmark Mandarin Oriental is in a whole new orbit. Singapore-based, Macau-born fashion designer Yoyo Cao, pictured here, normally stays at the hotel when in Hong Kong, and she dove into these new digs. Along one wall of the 210-square-meter suite is the “Cabinet of Delights,” where boutique wines are on tap right next to the mixology booth, one step away from the crystal vitrine filled with sweet and savory dishes from the hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant Amber. There’s also a state of-the-art kitchen and a 10-seat dining table accommodates enough for a proper party—or guests of the best movie night ever. Pump up the volume on the B&O BeoLab sound system; it’ll really amplify the action on the 160-inch television screen. Once all the entertaining is done, there’s an indulgent Italian bath made from a single piece of marble—with a champagne caddy, of course—and an ergonomic bed that offers separate climate controls on each side. At once utilitarian with ingenious bells and whistles, the Entertainment Suite suits Cao’s minimalist aesthetic just fine: the Pre Fall ’17 line of her Exhibit clothing brand matches conservative style and pragmatic details with exaggerated proportions and more than a few shiny objects.

mandarinoriental.com/landmark; Entertainment Suite from HK$128,000; for more on Yoyo Cao, visit yoyokulala.com.

 

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