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  • Types of Breakfasts Served
    Buffet Breakfast, Chinese Breakfast

Clipper Lounge is a long-established favorite with Hong Kong locals and hotel guests alike and a wonderful place to meet at any time in the day. Clipper Lounge has a timelessly elegant feel with mink, taupe and mandarin furnishings enhanced with subtle Oriental accents.

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4.3
688 reviews
  • 김성현
    김성현
    2 weeks ago

    I went to clipper lounge for the new years family dinner. The lobsters and the crabs were well prepared and the service was wonderful. Especially one of the staff, called Adam Chan was very professional and kind that our family really enjoyed the dinner there.

  • Marie C
    Marie C
    a month ago

    Wonderful buffet breakfast. Superb Chinese selections, yummy dimsum, congee and soup noodles aside from hot viands. Crusty beef croquettes, melt in your mouth pork puffs, Really crispy American bacon, juicy Canadian bacon, honey glazed ham from the carving table, cooked to order ORGANIC eggs, plethora of fruits, still and sparkling water, soy and other milk choices. If only my stomach had more space

  • momo mimi (mimimomo)
    momo mimi (mimimomo)
    6 months ago

    When it comes to afternoon tea, my absolute favorite is The Mandarin Oriental. Perhaps it's because I have a preference for scones and savory treats over cakes, and The Mandarin Oriental excels in both their sandwiches and scones! The desserts paired with the tea set this time were perfect for the summer season, predominantly featuring fruity flavors that were pleasantly tangy and sweet, without being overly saccharine. The portions of their desserts are generous, not bite-sized miniatures, so they are meant for sharing rather than each person having their own portion. In the case of an odd number of guests, such as my party of three, the third person can only choose three out of the five desserts included in the tea set. An additional highlight was the dessert trolley, where each person could select an extra sweet treat. We opted for the dried fruit white chocolate, truffle chocolate, and red bean mochi, and all three were delightful. We also ordered a chocolate as a birthday cake, and it was incredibly rich. After indulging in it, a cup of tea was necessary before continuing with the other delights from the tea set. Regarding the beverages, the iced chocolate was mildly flavored, not as prominent compared to the tea and sweets. The service at the Clipper Lounge was impeccable, and the staff made us feel warm and welcomed. Although the ambiance had a slightly dated charm, especially when compared to more modern establishments, I still consider it my preferred destination for afternoon tea among the many options available.

  • Helen Yu (Chestnut Journal)

    Just a tad disappointed because one naturally holds high expectations for a place like Mandarin Oriental. I sensed a hint of reluctance in the waiter when we asked for things like water. While the cake selection was delightful and very good, the egg tarts and pandan cakes were somewhat mediocre to be featured in a high tea there. The savoury sandwiches were average. Their signature scones were indeed good however, and the highlight of the tea set I think is the rose jam. The ambiance really is very good, and you can feel the civility of other patrons so the overall experience does meet the high standard of the mandarin oriental.

  • Fortino V
    Fortino V
    a month ago

    We paid HK$1,253 for the Legendary Afternoon Tea at Mandarin Oriental for two people. That's about US$ 170. It fell completely short of expectations and was less than impressive. Only coffee or tea was offered as beverages. No crystal glass of chilled champagne or anything. The cappuccino was hot and had a deep aroma of fine coffee. The latte art was a failed attempt: what was supposed to be a heart shaped design looked more like the buttocks of a person with edema on one side (please see the photo). For the price we paid, I expected a far more professional display. It's really not that hard. The finger sandwiches were of minimally acceptable fillings (both in taste and quality) placed in low quality sandwich breads. No fresh cheese, no fresh tomatoes, no fresh fruit, no clotted cream and no freshly roasted nuts were provided. The pastries did not reach acceptable quality at all. Most bakeries in Hong Kong's MTR stations honestly beat the quality of the pastries we were served. The scones (traditional and raisin) were too dry and didn't appear freshly baked. Usually one finds at least two choices of jams and spreads. Here we got only one spread and whipped butter. The pastries that were supposed to have slightly crunchy granola toppings, had soggy granola. They didn't appear or taste fresh. We left more than half of the pastries at our table. The service was less than attentive. In fact, was it not for a young man from Turkey (Onur), I would have rated the service one out of five. Why? We were welcomed, seated and then promptly forgotten. It took several efforts and several minutes to get someone's attention to request a cup of hot water. Again, although Onur was not our waiter, he kindly brought hot water for us. The four people, seated next to our table, also had trouble getting their bill. The atmosphere was not fantastic at all. We were seated immediately adjacent to a concrete column. There were high windows a couple feet behind me and a couple feet behind my partner. Therefore we couldn't see the outside. Furniture is aged. All in all, a great disappointment.

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Opening Hours

  • Monday 07:00 - 10:30
  • Tuesday 07:00 - 10:30
  • Wednesday 07:00 - 10:30
  • Thursday 07:00 - 10:30
  • Friday 07:00 - 10:30
  • Saturday 07:00 - 10:30
  • Sunday 07:00 - 10:30