Singapore – Mandarin Oriental Hotel

Mandarin Oriental Singapore is one of the city’s most luxurious hotels. The property features an impressive atrium lobby with 527 rooms and suites, four executive floors and a premium Oriental Club Lounge, and all rooms have spectacular views of the ocean, bay or city. The hotel is located along Marina Bay and close to the heart of the Central Business District with easy access to Marina Square Mall, luxury boutiques and entertainment venues such as The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands. It’s also just a stroll away from The Singapore Flyer ferris wheel and Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, Suntec Singapore International Convention and Exhibition Centre, and Sands Expo and Convention Centre.

The Club Lounge and Ballroom
Offering the ultimate in privacy and featuring panoramic views of the city skyline, the Oriental Club Lounge exudes a contemporary and stylish design with oriental accents which complements the renovated Club rooms. The Club Lounge, located on the 19th floor provides exclusive services to Club Floor guests such as complimentary non-alcoholic beverages throughout the day, Oriental afternoon tea service, evening cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, guaranteed late check-out till 4pm, complimentary internet access, free local calls, luxurious amenities, choice of newspapers and bookings for Esplanade’s performances upon request.
The Oriental Ballroom encompasses a modern surround sound system and intelligent lightings, providing guests the opportunity to create the desired theme or mood for their events. At the Bridal Salon, couples can discuss their wedding requirements and plans assisted by the dedicated wedding consultants, and review a selection of wedding packages, menus, invitation cards, music themes, linen, chinaware and decorative elements, in a stylish and relaxed manner.

There are five restaurants and two lounges at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore. Cherry Garden specialises in authentic Cantonese cuisine presented in a modern style. Dolce Vita, a poolside restaurant, offers Italian cuisine with a selection of fine wines. Melt Café is an eclectic and chic brasserie with a show kitchen and cooking stations. Both Axis Bar and Lounge and BAY@5, an outdoor lounge by the pool, offer panoramic views of the city skyline and are ideal for evening cocktails.
Morton’s The Steakhouse, America’s premier fine-dining steakhouse, opened its first restaurant outside of the United States at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore. Teppan-Ya offers the sophisticated diner a refreshing new take on contemporary Japanese cuisine amidst magnificent views.

Spa and leisure
The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore is a sanctuary of tranquillity offering relaxation and calm. The intimate space has been transformed to include six treatment rooms, including two couples’ suites, a separate manicure-pedicure section, a reflexology area, a tea lounge for relaxation and one-to-one consultation areas. The spa offers a range of relaxing and results-driven treatments, including Mandarin Oriental Signature Spa Therapies and products. There is also a fitness studio equipped with the most advanced exercise equipment, and an outdoor patio surrounded by lush greenery for yoga lessons.

The stylish 25-metre outdoor swimming pool is surrounded by lush tropical landscape and is raised to different levels to emphasise spectacular views of the Singapore city skyline. It includes private cabanas, a bubble-jet children’s pool, a large cabana for intimate gatherings and private events as well as wet decks, which allow guests to sunbathe while they enjoy the coolness of the water.

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore opened in 1987, and was built by US architect John Portman, who also designed the FAN-shaped atrium for the hotel. H.L. Lim of LTW Design Works, the renowned interior designer who has handled many prestigious projects, including the refurbishment of The Oriental, Bangkok, and was responsible for transforming Mandarin Oriental, Singapore into a modern landmark with a multi-million dollar renovation in 2004. The renovation included the redesign of all 527 guest-rooms and suites, and the enhancement to all public areas, dining and meeting facilities. Re-launched in May 2005, the hotel now provides guests the ultimate in luxury and sophistication along with unparalleled service.

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