Mandarin Oriental Hotels Features Fine Arts

Mandarin Oriental Hotels Features Fine Arts
This exhibition presents 100 works from the famed Uli Sigg Collection – one of the world's most significant and comprehensive collections of contemporary Chinese art. This package, which is available from February 21 until May 15, 2009, includes one night's accommodation, a sumptuous breakfast at the hotel's signature restaurant Asana, tickets to Mahjong and limo service to and from the Museum. Mandarin Oriental, Boston

Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo introduces the Delightful Japan 2009 accommodation package, which offers guests the chance to experience traditional Japanese art and gain a deeper appreciation of Japan and its culture. Well-known Japanese traditional forms of art include the tea ceremony, the art of ikebana flower arrangement and calligraphy. However, the opportunity to fully experience these art forms can be difficult for those visiting the country. This package offers guests a rare opportunity to immerse themselves in these traditional arts and practices. Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo

Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo announces the MO Azuma Odori accommodation package, which includes premium seats for the 85th Azuma Odori geisha dance performances at Shinbashi Enbujo Theatre in Ginza, Tokyo. Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is located in the prestigious Nihonbashi area, where 400 years of history and traditions mix with modern urban innovation. This cultural accommodation package provides a rare opportunity for guests to experience the country's rich traditional traditions first hand. Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo

Elbow Beach, Bermuda
As Bermuda celebrates her 400th Anniversary, Elbow Beach, Bermuda offers couples a unique way to celebrate their own milestones with the Nostalgic Bermuda Wedding Package. Priced at USD 100 per person the package pays homage to the traditional Bermuda wedding. Mandarin Oriental Elbow Beach, Bermuda