Mandarin Oriental, Singapore reopens on 8 September 2023 with a refreshed look and feel
to its 510 rooms, including 42 suites, with views of the city’s
bustling Marina Bay. There are also 45 Residential Suites with one to
MICE offerings include the Oriental Ballroom, which features a 20-m
wide curved LED screen. For smaller gatherings, 16 meeting rooms feature
the latest AV tech. The Spa will offer wellness programmes, alongside a
modern fitness centre and an outdoor swimming pool.
Appointed with an eclectic mix of art and furnishings on the 21st
floor, HAUS 65’s quiet ambience provides elegant social lounge space for
cultural, culinary, artistic events and more. It will be helmed by a
team from Mandala Club.
Curated experiences include tours to experience local culture, from
guided forest hikes to cooking classes at a local home. Also on offer is
the Circuit Sidecar Adventure Experience – a Singapore Night Race on a
vintage Vespa sidecar tour. Heritage River Cruise will explore the
history of Singapore with a cruise along the Singapore River.
“As we reopen, we are excited to bring the soul of Singapore to life
through our transformation, weaving together Mandarin Oriental’s
legendary service and the rich tapestry of local culture, delivering an
immersive Singapore experience to our guests,” said Philipp Knuepfer,
general manager of Mandarin Oriental, Singapore & area VP
· Cherry Garden – serving Cantonese cuisine
· Dolce Vita - authentic Italian cuisine with delightfully contemporary touches.
· BAY@5 – a poolside lounge with panoramic views of the bay
· The Mandarin Cake Shop - pastry boutique serving artisanal pastries and handcrafted sweets
· MO BAR - cocktails with views of the city skyline
· Morton's, The Steakhouse – classic American steakhouse
The hotel is along Marina Bay and is close to the financial hub, and
minutes from the Suntec Singapore International Convention &
Exhibition Centre, and Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay.