Take Time Out With Mandarin Oriental’s Silent Night Initiative

Lindsay Judge   |   30-11-2022

This December Mandarin Oriental is inviting guests to experience the Group’s Silent Night traditions at their spas around the world.


Taking place on 14th December 2022 this year marks the 8th edition of the event which asks guests to “turn down the volume and discover the award-winning wellness menu and mindful treatments the Group has on offer. In addition, this year the Group is also offering Ayurveda-inspired therapies and guidance provided by Oberoi Hotels and Resorts.


Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona


Silent Night, now an annual festive tradition, shines a light on the individual commitment to quiet contemplation, offering both a respite and activities to guide guests in their meditative journeys.


On this occasion talking and music will cease within the spas at 5pm, to instil a sense of peace and allow for contemplation and mindfulness. In addition to the silent spa ritual, several spas will be offering complimentary ‘Silent Night’ themed activities, such as guided meditation and yoga, Reiki energy techniques, deep sleep applications, and acupressure treatment add-ons.


“Amid the hustle and bustle of the busy holiday season, the search for stillness and calm is so important, which is why we aim to create a space where people can press the pause button and have some time to think, meditate or just take a break from being inundated with the noise of modern urban life” said Jeremy McCarthy, Group Director of Spa & Wellness. This annual ritual in our spas serves as an important reminder to incorporate stillness and rest into our busy lives.” 


Tasca, Mandarin Oriental, Jumeira


For those who don’t have an opportunity to visit the spa on 14 December, the Group invites all to participate individually and have a night of digital disconnection in contemplative calm incorporating sleep and wellness tips provided on the Mandarin Oriental content channels. Plan ahead, as all Mandarin Oriental social media channels will go dark that evening, to reduce some of the digital noise and encourage an evening of disconnection.