Singapore’s one and only Mandarin Oriental is easily one of the city’s most stunning hotels, and it has an incredible view to match its luxurious accommodations. This is a landmark in a dynamic city that offers the best of what Singapore has to offer under one roof.
Situated along Marina Bay, the Mandarin Oriental is located in the heart of the city’s business district, steps away from must-see attractions such as the Theatres on the Bay and the mythical creature Merlion. Also nearby, One Fullerton is not to be missed with plenty of dining and bar options to take in the breathtaking view. While you’re there, make your way to Marina Bay Sands for a day of shopping, then unwind at the Lantern, located on top of the Fullerton Bay Hotel. Besides shopping, you can enjoy the beautiful parks and gardens that are just around the corner, or enjoy a jog or leisurely stroll along the seaside promenade. Though Singapore may be young at heart, this city is full of history. Make sure to head down to the original site where Sir Stamford Raffles, the founder of Singapore, first stepped ashore to learn more about the city’s colourful history.
The beauty of a Mandarin Oriental hotel, whether in Singapore or anywhere else in the world, is that it isn’t just luxurious — it’s truly a home away from home. Designed with a balance of Eastern and Western influences, the 59 suites in the hotel feature floor-to-ceiling windows so you can get lost in the picturesque view both day and night.
The interior design is inspired by nature, with natural elements and neutral hues that create a relaxing environment. The mix of contemporary and traditional influences reflect the beauty of the city’s multicultural heritage. The suites come with personalised check-ins in your room and lavish amenities by Aromatherapy Associates to boost your energy levels.
The hotel offers a variety of dining experiences so you can have anything your heart desires. Some of our favourite choices are the Cherry Garden, which highlights some of the best of Cantonese cuisine, and the alfresco Italian restaurant Dolce Vita.
For those who can’t make up their mind, we suggest checking out Melt Café, as it focuses on a mixture of cuisines. From Japanese to Indian to Western cuisine, you’ll be able to indulge in the best the world has to offer. The restaurant also offers plenty of nutritious meals for the health-conscious. For those who are looking to satisfy their heavier cravings, the Mandarin Oriental Singapore is also home to the legendary Morton’s Steakhouse.
While staying at the Mandarin Oriental, soak up the sun at the outdoor pool. With its tropical touches, you would almost forget you’re in Singapore if not for the skyline. If you’re looking for privacy, the pool features grand cabanas with your very own service button so you don’t have to lift a finger. When the sun gets too hot, head out to the casual lounge and enjoy the breathtaking view over a signature cocktail and Italian tapas, or check out the alfresco restaurant Dolce Vita for an extensive brunch by the pool.
A sanctuary for healing and relaxation, the warm earth tones and the interior of the spa all add to the experience. The spa offers treatment rooms with couples’ suites, a manicure and pedicure area, and a dedicated section for reflexology treatments. We recommend trying the signature therapy treatment, which has been developed with specialists who focus on traditional Chinese medicine and aromatherapy. The body massage is complemented by custom-blended essential oils for a truly unique and relaxing experience. The treatment begins with a consultation so it can be personalised and you can get the most out of it. On top of the massage, the therapists will also provide you with nutritional and exercise advice to make sure you benefit from it in every way.
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