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Overview

Located along Marina Bay and designed to replicate the brand’s iconic fan logo, the Mandarin Oriental, Singapore is a stunning five-star hotel. Perfect for couples or the whole family, this luxury hotel boasts 527 rooms and suites, all featuring oriental accents, subtly reminding you where you are in the world and highlighting the hotel’s legendary reputation for personal and passionate service. Guests can indulge in a tailor-made treatment or two at the impressive spa or visit the range of exquisite dining venues and bars, all boasting unique and memorable culinary experiences. For VIPs staying in a Club Suite, the exclusive Oriental Club Lounge located on the 19th floor offers business and leisure travellers a peaceful retreat with panoramic views of the Singapore Skyline.

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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 527 Rooms

Experiences

Dream

Combining subtle Oriental touches with luxurious contemporary comforts, the 527 rooms and suites at the Mandarin Oriental, Singapore all exude a sense of understated style. Each accommodation category is well-appointed and offers breathtaking views of the ocean, bay or city from the floor-to-ceiling windows. Modern facilities such as HD LCD televisions and interactive entertainment systems come as standard alongside generous writing desks, and deluxe amenities. In addition, all rooms and suites offer a twice daily maid service.

Dream

Eat

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore offers guests a range of dining experiences in the seven unique bars and restaurants. Cherry Garden, one of the most beautiful restaurants in Singapore, was designed according to the principles of Feng Shui and serves flavoursome Cantonese cuisine, whilst Morton’s offers the classic American steakhouse experience in the heart of Singapore, boasting unrivalled fine dining in a bright and contemporary space. Teppan-Ya serves delicious Japanese specialties with a fresh, minimalist setting overlooking the surrounding cityscape. Additionally, if you don’t feel like leaving the comfort of your room or suite the in-room dining menu offers everything from pizzas and pastas to Indian curries and Japanese bento boxes.

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Play

The property is home to a stunning outdoor pool, cabanas and a fun-filled kids’ pool - perfect for the whole family. Away from the hotel’s luxurious surroundings, guests can explore the sights of Singapore, as it is located within walking distance of many major attractions. Be sure to visit the iconic Gardens by the Bay, which boasts the world’s largest glass greenhouse, the world’s tallest indoor waterfall and majestic supertrees. Guests can also stop off at Singapore Zoo, home to over 300 species of mammals, birds, and reptiles, or watch racing drivers flaunting the latest technology on the tracks at the Singapore Grand Prix.

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Unwind

Located adjacent to the hotel’s stunning pool area The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore is the place to unwind and reset the body and soul with a wonderful assortment of luxury treatments. Guests can expect the most holistic experience imaginable, by allowing the team of highly trained therapists to create and customize treatments to their individual needs. Alternatively, enjoy an authentic spa experience with a range of signature treatments. For gym-lovers, there’s a fully-equipped fitness centre that caters to all levels of ability, plus certified personal trainers are on hand should guests want one-to-one workouts.

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Getting There

Arrival Airport

Singapore International Airport

Approximate flight times

Approximately 13 hours from the UK

Time difference

GMT +8

Transfers

Approximately 20 minutes from Singapore International Airport

Climate

Being in the tropics and hot and humid, there isn’t a particular season that’s better for sightseeing in Singapore, with fairly consistent weather year round and not much of a difference between the wet season and the slightly drier summer season. In May and June, the heat is at its peak and there may be haze from the forest clearing fires in Sumatra.

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Location

Singapore