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Mandarin Oriental Singapore Unveils Stunning Transformation, Grand Hyatt Singapore Delays Reopening

Singapore’s iconic Mandarin Oriental hotel has emerged from a six-month-long makeover, redefining luxury and elegance in the heart of the city-state. Nestled in the Marina Bay dress circle since 1987, the hotel has undergone a profound transformation, drawing inspiration from quintessential Singaporean elements like Peranakan architecture, black and white houses, and Angsana trees. Jeffrey Wilkes, the visionary behind the redesign, aimed to seamlessly blend indoors and outdoors, making guests an integral part of the vibrant city.

The 510 rooms and suites reflect the hotel’s new design philosophy, with each space intricately tailored to its surroundings. Marina Bay-facing rooms boast dappled batik patterns and cool hues mirroring the bay waters, while those facing the South China Sea embrace warm tones reminiscent of the morning sun. City-facing rooms incorporate Singapore’s lush greenery through botanical prints, bringing nature indoors. The hotel’s 42 suites redefine luxury living, including the opulent Presidential Suite and the Royal Marina Bay Penthouse, offering panoramic views and expansive balconies.

Public spaces echo the same sense of tranquillity and sophistication. The revamped lobby welcomes guests with natural light and vibrant colours, creating a serene oasis. The transformed Haus 65 executive lounge promises an array of exclusive privileges and cultural events, including daily tastings led by sommeliers. The hotel’s dining offerings have also been revamped, presenting a refreshed garden-style space for all-day dining and a delightful patisserie, The Mandarin Cake Shop.

In contrast, the Grand Hyatt Singapore, another prestigious player in the city’s luxury hotel scene, has deferred its grand reopening plans. Initially intending to unveil its top-to-bottom renovation in mid-2023, the hotel has rescheduled. The Terrace Wing and its facilities are now set to reopen in Q1 2024, while guest rooms in the Grand Wing will be accessible in 2024.

As Singapore’s hospitality landscape continues to evolve, these developments signify a commitment to offering guests unparalleled experiences, blending cultural richness with contemporary luxury. Travellers and locals alike can anticipate a new era of elevated hospitality, embracing the city’s essence in every detail.

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