In less than 50 years of nationhood, Singapore has risen to become a first world powerhouse. It's home to the city-state’s Botanical Garden, the night zoo, and all the entertainment on Sentosa Island. Of course, you can experience endless shopping at every price point as well, and 24/7-dining.
With every top-rated hotel here boasting a luxury experience, your choices are just about limitless. But if being in the heart of the city and steps from Marina Bay sounds appealing to you, choosing the Forbes Five-Star Mandarin Oriental Singapore might be a wise choice. The sophisticated, understated entrance and lobby is filled with rich materials and striking Asian art. The serenity and cool elegance immediately puts you in a Zen frame of mind.
The guestrooms are contemporary in design, spacious and well-fitted. Views of the city, skyline, river, harbor or Marina Bay can be seen in every room. Business travelers will love the desk space which comes with a well-stocked drawer of amenities, including paper clips and yellow highlighters. The in-room TV screen even greets you with a personalized welcome message upon arrival.
If you enjoy ultimate pampering, become an Oriental Club member which gives you access to exclusive benefits and services. Club guests enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi, private check-in and out, two pressed garments per day and food and beverage offerings. Champagne breakfast, afternoon High Tea, cocktails and hors d’oeuvres are all a part of the treats afforded to club members.
Speaking of indulgence, The Spa at Mandarin Oriental is a serene space where expert masseuses use a variety of techniques to personalize each treatment. The hotel’s fitness center also offers personal trainers, body composition analysis and state-of-the-art equipment.
When it comes to dining, the Melt The World Café offers an interactive breakfast buffet and Axis Bar and Lounge serves creative cocktails alongside a bar menu. Plan to experience the ambience and cuisine of Cherry Garden, the Mandarin Oriental’s renowned Cantonese restaurant. Here the décor is reminiscent of a Chinese village inn’s interior space, while the food is a refined blend of global products cooked with authentic techniques.
The restaurant offers a number of “set menus” featuring Cherry Garden’s Peking duck with traditional condiments; Chinese crepes with spring onions, cucumber and homemade sauce; baked half lobster with cheese sauce; and cherries served with refreshing lychee sorbet.
The staff at the hotel offer anticipatory service without hovering, which is consistent with the property’s philosophy. Whether you’re traveling for leisure or on a work trip, Mandarin Oriental Singapore has everything you need while visiting. And its views, especially from its rooftop pool, aren’t too shabby either!