Lording it over Singapore’s Marina Bay, the Mandarin Oriental is well located for work, rest and play.

Insulated from the heat and bustle of Singapore by quadruple glazed windows, rooms at the Mandarin Oriental have outstanding views of the city skyline.

Just like Singapore itself, this hotel exceeds all expectations with its clean fresh appearance and airy open spaces. Amenities at this award-winning luxury hotel include state-of-the-art glass lifts that swiftly shoot you up 21 floors to the full-size lap pool and roof terrace gardens. The hotel’s serene spa offers everything from body scrubs to jet lag treatments, and the buffet at the Melt cafe has to be seen to be believed!


These are just some of the exceptional highlights that have netted this hotel a five star rating by Forbes magazine from 2012 to 2015 for both accommodation and the spa – the only hotel in Singapore to do so. Other awards include Travel + Leisure’s Top Hotels in Asia 2014 and TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice 2015, both well-deserved by this top luxury hotel in Singapore.

Whether you’re visiting Singapore on business, as a tourist or with family, you need to be in the heart of the city. Mandarin Oriental’s Marina Square location puts it within easy reach of shopping, attractions, colonial architecture, green parks and the scenic waterfront.


Rooms and Suites in Mandarin Oriental Singapore


Your eyes will inevitably be drawn to the view from your floor-to-ceiling window – and every room has one! The hotel is in a prime location with stunning views of the ocean, marina, high-rise city skyline and beyond. Breathtaking by day, it’s truly memorising after dark.

If you can tear yourself away, there’s an LCD TV with on-demand movies and an interactive entertainment system standing by for your iPod or MP3 player. Rooms and suites at the Mandarin Oriental all have Asian-inspired touches to introduce an element of surprise to the otherwise understated style and contemporary decor.

Colourful silk accents, textured wall coverings and Asian artworks beautifully complement the white goose down bedding and neutral palette in each restful room. Polished wood furniture, marble-topped desks and full bathrooms featuring granite and glass provide a relaxing space to unwind.


Eat and Relax: Mandarin Oriental Buffet & Restaurants

Dolce Vita Restaurant terrace

As tempting as the street stalls and restaurants of Chinatown may be, it’s hard to beat the seven restaurants within the hotel.

Specialised menus cater for international tastes at Morton’s, The Steakhouse, Dolce Vita and Japanese restaurant Teppan-ya, while tastebuds yearning for Cantonese food will enjoy sampling the Cherry Garden menu.

The noteworthy Melt cafe is famous for its mega buffets.

Melt the World Cafe, Mandarin Oriental

Open for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch, the fixed price includes either unlimited soft drinks or free flowing wine and beer. Sunday brunch includes shucked oysters, premium seafood, carving stations, an outdoor barbecue, roasted suckling pig, and the award-winning pastry theatre for dessert.

Upgrade your brunch to include endless Veuve Clicquot Brut champagne and cocktails for the ultimate gourmet feast. Any visit to this mega buffet should be followed by a quiet nap in a private cabana on the rooftop pool terrace. Sunbeds with plump cushions are complemented by dimmer lighting, an iPod docking station and that all-important call button for bar service with a smile.

Melt Cafe Terrace, Mandarin Oriental

Out and About in Singapore!

The Mandarin Oriental is right next door to the Marina Square shopping mall and is within easy walking distance of the Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre. For tourists in Singapore, this is a great location as there are many Singapore attractions close to the Mandarin Oriental hotel.

Take a trishaw to Chinatown or a yellow cab to the glittering shops along Orchard Road. Bumboats offer pleasant cruises up the Singapore River, offering views of the central business district. Stroll along the colonial riverside district and enjoy the pleasant Gardens by the Bay and its Flower Dome conservatory.

Mandarin Oriental Singapore

Further afield you’ll find Singapore Zoo, which offers a night safari, the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, and the orchid collection in the Singapore Botanic Gardens.


Book a cooking lesson with executive sous chef Eric Cheam and learn to cook some authentic Asian dishes.