Mandarin Oriental partners with Bowers & Wilkins for better in-room sound - Insights

Mandarin Oriental partners with Bowers & Wilkins for better in-room sound

Mandarin Oriental logoMandarin Oriental Hotel Group offering guests a cutting-edge sound experience with Bowers & Wilkins at select hotels worldwide. The latest Bowers & Wilkins audio equipment is now in-room at Mandarin Oriental properties in New York, Washington DC, Boston, Barcelona, Geneva, Paris, Hong Kong, and Shanghai.

To celebrate the launch of this partnership, Mandarin Oriental will host the inaugural #DestinationSound music event featuring country music star, Eric Church, at Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas on Friday, April 1. Presented by Mandarin Oriental and Bowers & Wilkins, #DestinationSound is a global music series aimed at curating unforgettable musical experiences, in some of the world’s most iconic cities, with renowned performers from around the world. The event is by invitation only and guests will be part of a select group to see Eric Church perform live and answer questions about his most recent album, Mr. Misunderstood.

By visiting the #DestinationSound website, fans will have a chance to win a prize package which includes a USD 500 Mandarin Oriental Gift Card, USD 650 of Bowers & Wilkins products and select Eric Church memorabilia. All who enter will receive special video highlights from the #DestinationSound performance.

Bowers & Wilkins will also introduce a private listening experience at Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC. Located in the hotel’s exclusive Club Lounge on the 8th floor, the Bowers & Wilkins Sound Bar will provide guests with access to a range of signature sound products, including the new 803 Diamond Speakers and P7 model headphones.

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