Architect’s rendering of  the future Mandarin Oriental, Honolulu  

In the last decade, the market for luxury experiences, such as travel, living, entertainment, and dining has surged. More recently, the market has shifted from luxury goods to luxury experiences as people seek higher levels of fulfillment and the definition of luxury continues to evolve. 

Mandarin Oriental is a brand that understands this desire and prides itself on anticipating its clients’ every need. With seven residences around the world and hotels in 24 countries, Mandarin Oriental offers upscale living that allows home buyers the opportunity to immerse themselves in a custom lifestyle catering to their every wish. 

Penthouse view of Diamond Head from the double-height living room on the 37th floor of The Residences at Mandarin Oriental.

One of Mandarin Oriental’s newest residences planned for the United States is The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Honolulu. The 37-story tower will have only 99 residences and is scheduled to be completed in early 2025, with closings underway. It represents the epitome of true luxury: legacy, creativity, exclusivity, and quality.

“Following the Residence Gallery opening in March, local and international buyers are responding to Mandarin Oriental’s brand of effortless luxury,” says Harold Clarke, CEO of Harold X Clarke Advisors, a leading real estate industry expert who is overseeing sales and marketing for the development.