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Mandarin Oriental Singapore

Located in Marina Bay, the Mandarin Oriental Singapore is a luxurious hotel that offers stunning views of the ocean, bay, or cityscape from the floor-to-ceiling windows in its beautifully appointed rooms. The hotel's unique fan-shaped design is a Marina Square landmark and is connected to the Marina Square Mall, which provides guests with easy access to an array of shops, restaurants, and bars.

Mandarin Oriental Singapore Location

Situated along Marina Bay, Mandarin Oriental Singapore is connected by an indoor walkway to the large Marina Square Mall, home to various shopping, dining, and drinking spots. The hotel is steps away from the Singapore Flyer, Esplanade Theatres on the Bay, and Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre. Public transportation is easily accessible, with the Promenade MRT station nearby and the Esplanade MRT station only a 10-minute walk away. The Central Business District and Marina Bay Sands can be reached via a five-minute taxi ride, while Orchard Road is just 15 minutes away by taxi.


Mandarin Oriental Singapore Design

Despite its concrete facade, this fan-shaped hotel remains a favourite among luxury hotels. The hotel features a dimly lit lobby adorned with art installations and a soaring atrium crowned by a 15-metre-long crystal chandelier. During peak check-in and check-out hours, the lobby can become crowded with guests.

 Mandarin Oriental Singapore Pool

Mandarin Oriental Singapore Facilities

Mandarin Oriental Singapore offers a wealth of facilities, including a spa, swimming pool, business centre, gymnasium, fitness centre, and outdoor yoga patio. The staff is always courteous, regardless of how busy the hotel is.

 Mandarin Oriental Singapore Room

Mandarin Oriental Singapore Rooms

Mandarin Oriental Singapore offers a staggering 527 rooms and suites, all luxuriously appointed with floor-to-ceiling windows that frame postcard-perfect views of the ocean, bay or city. Outfitted in a neutral palette with a gridded wooden wall panel, olive-colored bedspread, textured headboard, and lush carpets, the rooms exude elegant luxury. Book one of the 59 suites, such as the Premier Suite, for a pampering experience that includes an airy living-cum-dining room and a separate master bedroom with its own living area. All rooms feature tea-making facilities, while Nespresso coffee machines are available only in suites and Club rooms. Mandarin Citrus bath amenities are standard, but guests can enjoy the more luxurious Atelier Cologne bath range in higher-category rooms. However, despite recent updates, some furnishings, like the TV cabinet, may be looking slightly washed out.


Mandarin Oriental Singapore Dining

Mandarin Oriental Singapore has a wide range of dining options available to satisfy all cravings. Dolce Vita, which serves classic Italian cuisine, is a standout choice. Guests can try the treccia mozzarella served tableside with rocket leaves, anchovies and sundried tomatoes, or the homemade tagliolini with Umbria sausage, ricotta, spinach, and black truffle. Additionally, its à la carte weekend buffet brunch with free-flowing champagne is popular with the expat community.


Steak lovers should not miss Morton’s The Steakhouse, which offers the legendary Morton’s Martini with complimentary fillet mignon steak sandwiches from 5 pm to 7 pm daily. For dim sum, Cherry Garden is a popular choice with the nearby office crowd. Melt Café, which serves an international buffet spread, impresses with quantity but not quality. If these options do not suit, there are more dining options available in the Marina Square Mall.


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