Mandarin Oriental Hotels are a chain of 45 luxury hotels in 26 countries. I have visited a few Mandarin Oriental hotels, but I have only ever stayed the night in the Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas back in December 2010 when Expedia Canada published a mistake rate package and the Mandarin Oriental hotel stay cost me $12 for one night. I took loads of pictures.
Looking back over my article from 2010, I see internet was $18 per day at Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas. And the hotel chain had 30 hotels in late 2010 with plans to expand the chain by 50%. Looks like Mandarin Oriental met their expansion target in the past three years.
Now, internet is free for any guest who books through Mandarin Oriental direct channels on a published rate and completes a customer profile for Mandarin Oriental.
Mandarin Oriental ‘My Profile’.
Mandarin Oriental even has its own Best Rate Guarantee policy offering 10% off a lower competing rate.
My Expedia rate in 2010 still would not have qualified for free internet under these new rules since I booked a Air + Hotel package rate through Expedia.
I’ll keep my eye out for Best Rate Guarantee claims. Mandarin Oriental San Francisco in the financial district is the top 11 floors of the city’s third tallest skyscraper. I have been in the hotel’s skybridge walkway. Still have not stayed in a room there yet.
- Book a published rate through Mandarin Oriental channels.
- Create a customer profile.
- complimentary high speed internet for up to six devices during your hotel stay.