Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park offers rickshaw rides and picnics
Situated in the heart of London's Knightsbridge, guests at Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London will be one step ahead of the crowds and travelling in style in the hotel's bespoke rickshaw during the London 2012 Games this summer.
Dressed in red, Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park's luxury rickshaw will be available throughout the games, from 27 July until 12 August 2012, to transport hotel guests to the stylish boutiques of fashionable Knightsbridge and the surrounding Hyde Park.
Hyde Park will be the location for several sporting events during the London Games, including the Marathon Swimming in the famous Serpentine Lake. Taking advantage of its unparalleled positioning, Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park will be offering luxury picnics for guests, with the option of having a personal butler to care for every need as well.
The Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park Rickshaw Experience starts from GBP 850 per night based on two people sharing and includes:
Accommodation for two in one of the hotels Courtyard King rooms
Daily English breakfast
A private ride on board the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park rickshaw
A luxury picnic in Hyde Park for 2 people
Exclusive of VAT and 5% discretionary service charge, valid between 27 July until 12 August 2012 and is subject to availability.
Bookings and cancellations must be made a minimum of 72 hours in advance. Reservations can be made by contacting the hotel directly on +44 (0) 207 235 2000, or through Mandarin Oriental's worldwide sales and reservations offices or the Group's direct on-line reservations service, mandarinoriental.com.
About Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London
With bustling Knightsbridge on its doorstep and leafy Hyde Park at its rear, Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park is London's most prestigious address. Blending sumptuous guestrooms with a world-leading spa and a stylish bar, it is the definitive destination for a luxury escape. And with two award-winning restaurants including Bar Boulud, London and Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, the first London restaurant for one of the UK's most renowned chefs, Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park stands at the culinary centre of the capital.