Concierge.com's insider take:
A new name and a multimillion-dollar renovation have turned this once drab address into the talk of the town. Staffers keep the 527 earth-hued guest rooms utterly spotless and seamlessly handle all requests with unobtrusive friendliness. The design places a premium on comfort and function, with pillow-top beds, roomy closets, a sizable work station, and ergonomic desk chairs. Book a suite facing Marina Bay for views of the Singapore Flyer and the Merlion, a sculpture of the country's whimsical mascot. If funds allow, opt for a room on floors 18 to 21, which confer access to the Oriental Club Lounge, a top-floor spread with private meeting space, panoramic harbor views, and complimentary cocktail hours. On-site, you'll find a small but serene spa with the massages, couples treatments, and facials for which Mandarin Oriental is known, as well as a sprawling pool so lush it feels more tropical resort than urban high-rise. Dining options include everything from dim sum and sushi to hearty Morton's steaks for the homesick.
From the readers of Condé Nast Traveler:
2011 Gold List
Overall Score: 89.5
- Design: 88.7
- Food: 86.5
- Location: 86.6
- Rooms: 91.8
- Service: 94.0
Also appeared in the Gold List in 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007
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