All posts tagged Mandarin Oriental

Year of the Dragon 2012

Year of the Dragon Party at Mandarin DC (Video)

Washington, DC (January 26, 2012) – The Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Washington, DC hosted a Year of the Dragon Party. Over 250 VIP guests walked into an Asian inspired Sou’Wester Restaurant. A highlight of the evening was a local dance […]

Win Tickets to a Private Year of the Dragon Party

Washington, DC (January 11, 2011) – With the Chinese New Year quickly approaching, Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C. is preparing for its annual invite-only gala and is asking the public to “Dub the Dragon,” or submit the best dragon pet name. […]

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Four Seasons and Mandarin’s 5k and 10k

Washington, DC (September 16, 2011) – Now that fall has finally cracked its whip in the District, it is now time to lace up those running shoes for two great weekend runs hosted by our favorite hotels. On Saturday, the […]

Mandarin DC Premieres Beauty Suites

Washington, DC (September 12, 2011) – The Mandarin Oriental opened its spa to rejuvenation patrons to debut their new beauty suites that will open October 1st, 2011. These suites are intended to expand on their already successful holistic and health […]

Cityzen Receives (AAA) Five Diamond Award

Washington, DC (August 17, 2011) – For the sixth consecutive year, CityZen, the acclaimed signature restaurant at Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C., has been awarded the coveted American Automobile Association’s (AAA) Five Diamond Award for 2012.  Currently, the restaurant is the […]

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Weekend Jazz at the Mandarin

Washington, DC (March 17, 2011) – The smooth sounds of Jazz make a return this spring and summer at Mandarin Oriental “Weekend Jazz” free concert series. They will feature entertainment by top jazz vocalists from Washington D.C. and beyond. Beautiful sunset […]


Mandarin Oriental

Spring has opened its eyes here in the Capitol, and the first visually stunning awakening comes from the cherry blossoms. The cherry blossoms, “Sakura” in Japanese, are a gift from Tokyo, first given to Washington, DC in 1912 and again […]

Sweet Success!

On Monday, the Mandarin Oriental was transformed into a sugar coated culinary amusement park created by some of our best regional restaurants and catering companies. Executive Chef David Serus from the Ritz Carlton, Chocolatier Katie Musser from CoCo Sala, and Silvan Kramer from Café […]

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