DC’s Mandarin Oriental ends its COVID-19 closure, ready to welcome guests back


The Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC reopened its doors to guests today following a temporary closure due to COVID-19 related restrictions.

Located along the Capital’s revitalized Southwest Waterfront, Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC offers five-star luxury with refreshed guest rooms in a picturesque setting and sweeping vistas of the waterfront or courtyard gardens. It is conveniently located a short walk from the nation’s most prominent monuments and attractions in the District’s Wharf neighborhood.

To mark the reopening, the Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC has introduced several new packages, offers and flexible cancellation policies designed to better accommodate and respond to the shift in travel during the COVID-19 era.  These include:

  • Staycations by M.O.:  Avoid travel hassles and book a distinctive getaway in your own city. Package includes daily in-room breakfast, early check-in and late check out, and a bottle of champagne or sparkling wine.
  • Working from M.O.: Perfect for those looking a home office alternative, the “Working from M.O. (Day use Only)” programme provides unique flexible working solutions. Offer includes complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, printing facilities, dining credit, access to the Fitness Center, and of course the brand’s legendary service.
  • A Room with a Suite:  Reserve a suite and receive an accompanying deluxe guest room or private fitness room complimentary.

For guests seeking a peaceful respite, The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC is also available to provide Mandarin Oriental’s renowned treatments and programs with updated Covid-19 safety and hygiene measures in place. All treatments are tailor-made to each guest, with a spa menu that offers a range of holistic treatments and therapies from around the world.

To ensure a safe and comfortable environment to both guests and staff Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC has stringent health and safety measures in place in both back and front of house areas.  Additional details can be viewed here, and all guests are encouraged to contact the hotel directly at the time of reservation to receive the most updated information on availability of facilities.

Troy Petenbrink

Troy, also known as The Gay Traveler, is a well known travel and food writer. His has been a regular contributor to a variety of outlets including National Geographic, Travel Channel, DCRefined, CBS Local, and Metro Weekly. He also appears on local Washington news outlets as a travel expert.

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