Mandarin Oriental

Lying in the heart of Marina Bay, Singapore’s main dining and entertainment district, Mandarin Oriental is perfectly situated for all travellers. Shaped like Mandarin Oriental’s iconic fan, the stunning hotel enjoys a wonderful setting in Marina Bay. It has been designed to the height of modern luxury and in the true sense of the word; aim to exceed the expectations of every guest. Combining subtle Oriental touches with luxurious contemporary comforts, the 527 rooms and suites exude a sense of understated style. Mandarin Oriental is known for their panoramic views; guests can choose the endless ocean, the activity of Singapore harbour or the dynamic city with its soaring edifices shining brilliantly against the night sky. Guests can enjoy delicious cuisines from around the world and spend time at the spa or have personalized fitness sessions. 

Singapore Tours 2017 - 2018 -  Mandarin Oriental
Singapore Tours 2017 - 2018 -  Mandarin Oriental
Singapore Tours 2017 - 2018 -  Mandarin Oriental Lobby
Singapore Tours 2017 - 2018 -  Mandarin Oriental Pool
  • Singapore Tours 2017 - 2018 - Ocean View RoomOcean View Room
Ocean View Room

These rooms offer stunning views of some of Singapore’s most famous sites, including Benjamin Sheares Bridge and the Singapore Flyer. Using a soft and soothing neutral colour palette, natural elements have been incorporated into the design with textured ivory cloth on the walls and a twig motif on the bedspread. Fusing contemporary style with Oriental influences, each room displays Asian artwork alongside elegant wood furnishings and a beautiful marble topped desk. Glass-enclosed bathrooms are fashioned from granite with stand-alone baths, walk-in showers, and wood-panelled vanity areas.

  • Singapore Tours 2017 - 2018 - Marina Bay View RoomMarina Bay View Room
Marina Bay View Room

With floor to ceiling windows, these rooms offer breathtaking views of Marina Bay and the famous city skyline. Designed with a sense of understated luxury, décor fuses rich silks and elegant artwork with contemporary furnishings such as marble-topped desks and polished wood panels. A neutral colour palette of soft browns and creams lends rooms a relaxing feel. Separated from bedrooms by a glass panel fitted with Venetian blinds, bathrooms are equally enticing with large baths, walk-in showers, and wood panelled vanity areas.

  • Singapore Tours 2017 - 2018 - Mandarin RoomMandarin Room
Mandarin Room

Overlooking the city skyline, these spacious rooms offer a luxurious design enhanced with the highest levels of comfort. Every room enjoys the benefit of a private balcony, where guests can enjoy a drink while watching night fall over the city. Pale browns and gentle creams create a warm, welcoming feel enhanced by plush carpets and striking Swarovski-studded headboards. A generous seating area equipped with a comfortable sofa lies adjacent to a large working space with marble-topped desk, making these rooms perfect for all travellers. Lying adjacent to the bedroom, large bathrooms have walk-in showers, separate baths, and wood panelled vanity areas.

  • Singapore Tours 2017 - 2018 - Dolce VitaDolce Vita
Dolce Vita

Enjoying a relaxed, convivial atmosphere, Dolce Vita puts a uniquely modern twist on the alluring flavours of authentic Italian cuisine. Freshness of produce and the finest seasonal ingredients have always been of paramount importance for Chef Johnny and he translates them into delicious daily creations. Providing the perfect backdrop for the cuisine is Dolce Vita’s elegant, minimalist décor, which features comfortable wooden chairs with yellow and white striped cushions, linen covered tables, and a large open kitchen. With floor-to-ceiling glass windows opening up to views over the stylish pool area, Dolce Vita has a light, sun-kissed ambience to complement the wonderful menu.

  • Singapore Tours 2017 - 2018 - Cherry GardenCherry Garden
Cherry Garden

One of the most beautiful restaurants in Singapore, Cherry Garden offers an eclectic menu of Cantonese cuisine, presented with artistic modern flair. Entered via a striking antique doorway, the restaurant has been designed according to Feng Shui. Charcoaled teak panels, white walls, and slate floors recreate the look of a splendid Oriental residence. Using fresh, seasonal produce the menu changes regularly but always offers authentic Cantonese dishes. A varied wine list features a balanced selection of old and new world wines specially selected to match the menu. A wide selection of Chinese teas is also available.

  • Singapore Tours 2017 - 2018 - Melt - The World CaféMelt - The World Café
Melt - The World Café

This all-day restaurant offers an imaginative dining experience showcasing chefs at work in show kitchens to provide a multi-cultural culinary feast. Designed using natural, textured materials including stone, wood, leather, and glass, MELT has a stylish, cosmopolitan feel. A large show bar with a mirrored counter stands in the centre of the restaurant creating a focal point for diners, while giant baskets of fruit bring bursts of colour to the dining space. With both à la carte and buffet options, not to mention the diversity of cuisines on offer, MELT offers a truly unique dining experience.

  • Singapore Tours 2017 - 2018 - Axis Bar & LoungeAxis Bar & Lounge
Axis Bar & Lounge

With sweeping views over Marina Bay, Axis Bar and Lounge is the place to see and be seen in Singapore. Enjoying a chic, contemporary design that combines leather, ebony, and metal, Axis exudes style and sophistication. By day, Axis is a relaxed lounge where you can enjoy a selection of light bites or afternoon tea served with sandwiches, scones, and sweets. As night falls, Axis transforms into a chic, contemporary bar where you can sip a glass of champagne, a smooth cocktail or try a light tapas bite, with the sparkling city skyline as your beguiling backdrop.

  • Singapore Tours 2017 - 2018 - Bay@5Bay@5
Bay @ 5

Overlooking some of Singapore’s most famous landmarks, Bay@5 is their outdoor lounge. Its chic poolside setting invites guests to relax on soft sofas and comfortable chairs under white canopies while taking in the stunning views. With a choice of delicious snacks and small plates such as sashimi, mini wagyu beef burgers, and Australian rock oysters, the menu also features a choice of classic and contemporary cocktails and refreshing soft drinks. Come for a light lunch, an afternoon snack or time your visit so as to enjoy one of Singapore’s famous sunsets.

  • Singapore Tours 2017 - 2018 - Spa SuiteSpa Suite

The spa is a harmonious place of well-being reaching far beyond the traditional spa experience. Located adjacent to the hotel’s pool area, the spa's design draws inspiration from Singapore’s rich past to create a tranquil sanctuary in which to enjoy a range of indulgent treatments. It is recommended that you arrive at least 45 minutes prior to your appointment time in order to discuss your treatment with their Spa concierge and enjoy the spa’s heat and water experiences.

  • Singapore Tours 2017 - 2018 - Fitness CentreFitness Centre
Fitness & Wellness

Whether you’re looking for a vigorous workout or a low-key exercise session, the fitness centre will help you stay fit. Catering to all levels of ability and conditioning, it is equipped with a full range of equipment including a Kinesis Wall, free weights, and stretching area. If you’re looking for extra motivation, they offer one-on-one fitness sessions with a qualified personal trainer. After a consultation, they will devise a tailor-made wellness plan for you to follow. Offering a physical, mental, and spiritual workout, yoga is one of the worlds most practiced and well-regarded exercise disciplines. Catering for all levels of ability, they offer private classes in their outdoor yoga pavilion.

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