Mandarin Oriental Singapore is back in business
The Mandarin Oriental Singapore has reopened its doors following a major six-month renovation conducted by the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group.
Led by Principal Designer Jeffrey Wilks of interior design firm DESIGNWILKES, the hotel’s original interiors have been remade with color and inspiration drawn from signature Singaporean elements including Peranakan-style architecture, black and white houses and Angsana trees.
“Every corner of the hotel tells a story, from Singapore’s lush landscapes to the intricate details found in traditional shophouses,” said Wilkes. “We wanted guests not just to be visiting the city, but to feel a part of it.”
Renovations also included the design of the hotel’s 510 rooms and suites, including a newly redesigned Presidential Suite and the four-bedroom Royal Marina Bay Penthouse on the uppermost two floors of the hotel. Both suites feature expansive balconies, spacious living and dining areas and the Penthouse also offers a fully equipped kitchen for private dinners.
The redesign isn’t just limited to the rooms, the hotel’s all-day dining concept has been renamed embu and includes a refreshed garden-style space with a specially tailored kids’ buffet and playground. The Mandarin Cake Shop offers finely crafted pastries, artisan bread and chocolates as well as afternoon tea.
>> Booth F905