Mandarin Oriental


Located in a privileged setting in Singapore, the luxurious Mandarin Oriental Singapore nestles on the banks of Marina Bay.


Its architecture imitating the luxury chains logo already distinguishes the hotel as a member of the celebrated Mandarin Oriental group.


And, certainly, the location could not be more perfect: The Mandarin is located at only a few minutes’ distance from the superb shopping and entertainment at The Shoppes at Marina Bay, the famous Orchard Road and the concert and theatre read more » centre Esplanade.


The bustling island city’s sight and attractions are all within easy reach. Of course, the fine facilities and excellent setting are coupled with the Mandarin Oriental’s trademark immaculate service and warm-hearted hospitality.


And later, why not stop by the extraordinary Oriental Spa for a traditional treatment or a relaxing massage. A glowing recommendation also goes to the private yoga lessons.


Several gourmet restaurants invite you to savour and sample both the regional delicacies and international classics.


The Mandarin Oriental Singapore is your first choice in Singapore – combining a spectacular architecture with refined comforts and personalised service. Welcome to Singapore! « show less


The Mandarin Oriental Singapore’s 527 stylish rooms and suites unite contemporary comforts with elegant Asian design. Vast panorama windows command a fantastic view out over the Singapore skyline, the read more » city, the harbour and the ocean.


Premier Rooms


The Premier Rooms feature floor to ceiling windows looking out over Marina Bay and the city’s inspired skyline. The design radiates unobtrusive luxury accentuated with precious silk textiles, select works of art and modern furniture like the polished marble-top writing desk. The carefully balanced colour scheme incorporates soft ochre touches with a hint of cream. Furnished with a large bathtub, a separate shower cabin and wood-framed washbasin, the bathroom is separated from the bedroom by an elegant glass element.


Ocean-view Rooms


The Ocean-view Rooms boast a magnificent view out over a number of Singapore’s attractions including the Benjamin Sheares Bridge, the Singapore Flyer and Marina Bay. Pastel colours are coupled with ivory-coloured wall textiles and precious bed day-covers. The modern design incorporates Far East elements, including pieces of art, precious timber furniture and a beautiful marble writing desk. The glassed granite bathroom has been equipped with a free-standing bathtub, a shower and a wood-framed washbasin.


Mandarin Room


The generous Mandarin Rooms look out over the city’s skyline and are characterised by their luxurious design and top-of-the-range comforts. At night, step out onto your private balcony, a drink at hand, to watch the city’s blinking lights competing with the stars high above. Bright ochre and soft cream hues are set off by precious Swarovski crystals decorating the bedhead. The large seating area features a comfortable sofa and marble writing desk. The large bathroom offers a shower cabin, separate bathtub and an elegant wood-panelled washbasin.


Grand Ocean-view Room


The large and elegant Grand Ocean-view Rooms offer a graceful open architecture with a large seating area as well as a magnificent, private balcony looking out over the city and the South China Sea. The design speaks of a modern, Far East elegance coupled with superb comforts, soft carpets and select timber furniture in combination with Asian décor. The bed and sitting areas are separated by a large marble writing desk. The bathroom has been equipped with a shower cabin, separate bathtub and elegant double washbasins.


City-view Club Rooms


The elegant City-view Club Rooms are the first choice for those guests that consider quiet privacy and access to the exclusive Oriental Club Lounge a priority. In addition to the spectacular views of the city, the Club Rooms offer soft carpets and polished wood panelling framing the bed and the fireplace. The interior boasts a contemporary chic, Asian works of art and luxurious furniture like a marble writing desk, precious timber tables and comfortable arm-chairs. The adjacent granite bathroom offers both a shower cabin and a separate bathtub.


Marina Bay Club Room


Set on the top-most floor, the Marina Bay Club Rooms offer a breathtaking panoramic view of the city’s skyline, Marina Bay and the ocean. Of course, access to the exclusive Oriental Club Room comes includes with these elegant accommodation units. In addition, you may look forward to a superbly luxurious design that combines modern chic with Far East elements and incorporates precious silks, fascinating artwork and contemporary furniture. Decked out in soft ochre and cream colours, the Marina Bay Club Rooms have been equipped with a marble-top writing desk and polished wood panelling behind the beds. The adjacent bathrooms feature a large bathtub, separate shower cabin and wood framed washbasins.


Marina Bay Club Suite


The spacious Marina Bay Club Suites have been fitted with floor to ceiling windows and command a sweeping view of the Marina Bay harbour and the Singapore skyline. Located on the Mandarin Oriental’s top-most floors, the Club Suites include access to the exclusive Oriental Club with its sophisticated facilities and privileges. The large and comfortable living room has been furnished with cream-coloured arm-chairs and a dark timber table. A large wooden door opens onto the elegant bedroom equipped with soft carpets, precious art and a king-sized bed. The bathroom includes both a large bathtub and separate shower cabin as well as a wood-framed washbasin.


City-view Suite


The elegant City-view Suites address both the demands of business travellers and those away on a city break. The spacious living and work space has been decorated with sophisticated batik textiles, dark and comfortable sofas, soft carpets and wooden tables. The cosy bedroom welcomes you with a large bed draped in an elegant day-cover and polished wood panelling. The large bathroom features a free-standing bathtub and a separate shower cabin. Furthermore, the City-view Suites include an additional guest bathroom.


Marina Bay Suite


Floor to ceiling windows fitted with quadruple layered glass provide a sweeping view as well as superb sonic protection from the hum of the large city below. The comfortable bedroom looks out over the harbour and Singapore’s dramatic skyline. The furniture consists of either a king-sized or two single beds draped in luxurious day-covers. Large wooden doors open onto the large living room designed in soft cream and pastel coloured hues. It has been fitted with cosy arm-chairs and a dark wooden table. Last but not least, you may look forward to a scenic private terrace, a large bathroom and a separate guest bathroom.


Premier Suite


Designed in unostentatious elegance, the Premier Suites betray a touch of Oriental grace and a unique style. The master bedroom features a king-sized bed and a walk-in closet – all with a luxurious finish. The adjacent living room has been decked out with sofas, coffee tables and a generous dining area. Generously large and radiating graceful sophistication, the granite bathrooms offer a shower cabin, free-standing bathtub and chic washbasins. Moreover, every suite additionally includes a guest bathroom. Two of the Premier Suites furthermore boast a private balcony and a small kitchen.


Oriental Suite


The highly exclusive Oriental Suite radiates all the details, the luxury and comfort of a private home. Carefully balanced ochre and cream hues are set off by silk cushions, fresh flowers, soft carpets and floor to ceiling windows looking out over Singapore’s skyline. The superbly elegant master bedroom commands a fantastic panorama and has been fitted with a king-sized bed, a walk-in closet and a private balcony. The adjacent living room boasts sofas, armchairs, various coffee tables and an additional balcony. A wooden partition separates the dining area from the living room. A party of eight can comfortably be entertained around the large dining table, with food and snacks being served right out of the adjacent kitchen. The luxurious, glassed bathroom has been fitted with a large tub, separate shower cabin and an elegant washbasin. The Oriental Suite furthermore offers a guest bathroom.


Mandarin Suite


Last but not least, there is the Mandarin Oriental Singapore Hotel’s finest: the sensational Mandarin Suite. The spacious suite has been designed in a contemporary style spiced up with Far East elements. Every detail radiates unparalleled elegance – from the white carpets to the tasteful furniture draped in precious silk. The Mandarin Suite’s two generous bedrooms have been fitted with king-sized beds and vast panorama windows looking out over Singapore. The master bedroom additionally features a private balcony. The two bathrooms offer both a shower for a quick wash and a free-standing bathtub for a long and leisurely soak. Asian art and select sculptures accentuate the proud Asian origin of the hotel chain and, of course, the Singapore location. The spacious living room invites you to put your feet up or to step out onto the large balcony. Those expecting guests will be pleased to learn that the Mandarin Suite offers a comfortable dining area easily seating eight, a private kitchen and two guest toilets. Everything is in place for your ultimate comfort! « show less


Welcome to Singapore, welcome to the sensational Mandarin Oriental Singapore Hotel! The Dolce Vita Restaurant invites you make yourself comfortable and savour the tantalising fragrance hinting at the celebrated, read more » authentic Italian cuisine with a modern twist.


The master behind the pots and Michelin-star-winning chef Marco Pedrelli has lent his talented spoon to several renowned European restaurants and is a fervent advocate for the true spirit of the traditional Italian cuisine.


Fresh ingredients and the finest pick of each season are Pedrelli’s first rule. Day after day, he applies his principles, believes, talent and dedication to creating sensational delicacies.


The Dolce Vita’s décor is elegantly minimalist, featuring comfortable timber chairs with yellow-white striped cushions. Add to that a clean, linen cloth and an open kitchen granting a perfect view of the culinary magic taking place. Floor to ceiling windows look out over the pool and lend the interior a bright and airy ambience that adds a cheerful feel to sumptuous aromas. Just perfect!


Yet another wonderful dining option is the Cherry Garden: one of Singapore’s most charming restaurants. It offers a vast selection of Cantonese delicacies prepared to perfection and served with a flourish.


An antic gate designed in accordance with Feng Shui lore admits you the elegant restaurant decked out with teak panelling, white-washed wall and precious slate flooring – all the hallmarks of a stately, Oriental residence.


The Cherry Garden’s menu is strongly dictated by seasonal specialities, however, always with a strong focus on the classic Cantonese cuisine. To complement the fine treats, an elaborate wine menu lists bottled treasures from around the world. Alternatively, you may choose a delightful Chinese tea speciality.


Apart from the central dining area, the Cherry Garden offers three separate dining rooms for private meetings. The Lotus and the Jasmine Rooms offer capacity for twelve guests and may be connected. The Bamboo Room is slightly larger and easily accommodates 24 guests.


The MELT’s design is an intriguing composition of natural materials like stone, wood, leather and glass, resulting in a chic, metropolitan atmosphere. The large show bar with its mirror-inlayed counter is set at the heart of the restaurant, providing a natural focus with opulent fruit baskets adding splashes of colour.


The MELT is celebrated for both its superbly diverse à-la-carte menu and extravagant buffets that feature tongue-tantalising specialities from around the globe.


Tender premium beef and freshly caught seafood –both selected with an uncompromising eye on quality- have made the Morton’s one of the world’s most popular restaurant chains. Its elegant image and undisputed reputation make it a praiseworthy addition to the Mandarin Oriental Hotel.


Experience American dining in a casual, yet elegant flair. The Morton’s cuisine specialises on tenderised meat cuts from grain-fed cattle in a classic steak house style. An open show-kitchen, spotlessly white tablecloths and Leroy Neiman prints set the tone.


Sip a Martini at the bar as an appetizer and slip into one of the dining booths to study the elaborate menu that, in addition to the meat treats, offers some of the most sumptuous desserts in all of Singapore.


The Morton’s two private dining rooms become the perfect setting for private events. They accommodate ten and twenty guests respectively.


The traditional Japanese cuisine spiced up with contemporary Californian elements may be experienced at the Wasabi Bistro – a sister restaurant to the legendary Wasabi Bistro in Kuala Lumpur. The straight-lined but tasteful décor includes Japanese art and ceramics.


Tall panorama windows command a breathtaking city view. Settle down at the Sushi Bar to watch the chef’s nimble fingers cut, select, stir, role and decorate the crisp delicacies. Again, you may choose to dine in private: the private dining room accommodates up to eight guests.


The Mandarin Oriental’s Axis Bar is just the right place to settle down in all comfort, raising your eyes to the view of Marina Bay. The Axis radiates modern chic and sets the tone with leather, ebony and polished metal.


Throughout the day, the Axis Bar is a relaxing lounge serving snacks and a delightful afternoon tea complete with sandwiches, scones and other sweet delights.


With the sun dipping behind the horizon, the ambience changes slightly: The Axis transforms into a funky bar excelling at exotic cocktails, scrumptious tapas and chilled champagne – the city lights providing the backdrop.


The Bay@5 is the Mandarin’s open-air lounge looking down at Singapore’s sights and attractions far below. Grouped around the elegant pool, make yourself comfortable on the soft sofas or the cosy armchairs below white sunroofs.


Delightful snacks and light meals are at the heart of the menu and include Sashimi, mini hamburgers, Wagyu beef and Australian oysters best accompanied by a new cocktail invention or a refreshing non-alcoholic beverage.


If you time your visit right, you may be on top of it all just as the setting sun strikes the Singapore scenery on fire all around!


And then, of course, there is the Mandarin Oriental Singapore’s superb spa – a place of sweet harmony and elaborate treatments! The spa is located adjacent to the hotel’s swimming pool with a design reminiscent of Singapore’s proud and opulent history.


Our recommendation is to 45 minutes prior to a scheduled treatment, allowing for plenty of time to talk to the spa concierge and to take advantage of the relaxing heat and water therapies.




No matter whether you are looking for a taxing training session or soft exercise: the Mandarin’s gym invites you to stay fit even while on holiday. Every fitness level is welcome! The facilities include a Kinesis wall, weights and an area for stretching exercises.


Swimming Pool


The twenty five metres pool is just right for doing a few quick laps or just to cool off floating on your back. The open-air swimming pool is set amidst lush, green gardens and commands a spectacular view.


Personalised training programmes


Need motivation? A personal trainer will assist you in your fitness efforts with an individual training programme. The first step is a detailed consultation that will define the tailored training agenda.




Yoga is recognised as a highly efficient and wholesome form of training that goes beyond strengthening the body by stimulating the mind and the soul in equal measure. All training and experience levels are welcome and can be accommodated in a private, open-air yoga session. Talk to the spa concierge for more information! « show less