Located on the world-renowned shores of Oahu, The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Honolulu marks the return of the iconic hotel brand to Honolulu, this time introducing unprecedented luxury residences and a hotel to the prominent Ala Moana district.
Standing 37 stories tall, this luxury high rise offers 99 contemporary residences and 125 hotel guestrooms, preferred access to two Michelin-Star chefs’ restaurants, and the largest spa in Oahu sprawling over 20,000 square-feet. A private, residents-only level of amenities will include a glistening pool, a Peloton room, a chef’s kitchen with a dining room, a golf simulation room, an outdoor lounge space complete with cabanas and fire pits, a Zen garden, a karaoke room and a state-of-the-art theater. Residents will also be able to enjoy a speakeasy-inspired dining experience and full access to a retail salon which will offer top-of-the-line couture, jewelry and timepieces. Pricing for The Residences starts at approximately $3.5M and range to $35M—the most expensive penthouse on the market in Honolulu. The crown jewel of the tower, the Hale Nani penthouse offers approximately 6,000 square feet of living space configured as four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms, as well as a 647-square-foot lanai area. Future residents of this penthouse can soak in 270-degree views of the best sights in Honolulu, including Diamond Head, the Pacific Ocean, Waikiki and more.
An elite group of designers from around the globe were brought to bring the interiors to life in a way not seen before. The team includes interior designer Dianna Wong, restaurant-hospitality interior designer Meyer Davis, landscape architect Hart Howerton, master water feature designer Fluidity Design, commercial architectural firm auWorkshop architects+urbanists and renowned Italian designer Molteni&C, the latter of whom marks their inaugural debut in Hawaii. The 125 lush modern guestrooms, which comprise the hotel, will be designed to reflect Hawaiian culture and celebrate the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s heritage.
The Mandarin Oriental, Honolulu is the first project approved under the Ala Moana Transit-Oriented Development plan which is designed to increase a vibrant and cohesive immersion of the neighborhood. This iconic hotel and residences will transform this cosmopolitan hub of Waikiki with guests and residents being minutes away from the famed Ala Moana beach and Honolulu’s most lauded shopping districts and dining.
The completion date is slated for mid-2022 with the sales of residences already underway. To learn more, visit moresidenceshonolulu.com.