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Mandarin Oriental, Singapore shuts for $100m revamp

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore is undergoing a total refurbishment.

Singapore's luxury Mandarin Oriental hotel is closing for renovations.

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore originally opened on Singapore’s Marina Bay in 1987 and will be temporarily shutting its doors until September this year. The multi-million-dollar transformation will include a complete redesign and refit of the interiors, from the lobby through to all guest rooms and dining spaces. The hotel plans to reopen in time for Singapore's Formula One event in mid-September.

Popular dining spots Morton's The Steakhouse, Chinese fine-dining restaurant Cherry Garden and MO Bar will return with a new look, while popular buffet space Melt Cafe will undergo a complete transformation. Meanwhile, the hotel's suites will be rejigged to look out over Marina Bay rather than the city.

Interior design specialists Design Wilkes will lead the project. The company has already worked on briefs for Mandarin properties in Dubai, Bangkok and Tokyo.

“As the sun set on the Marina Bay on March 7, we said farewell to the 527 rooms, seven food and beverage outlets, luxury spa and many other facilities that have proudly served our guests for 35 years,” said hotel general manager Philipp Knuepfer, adding that the team is looking forward to welcoming a spectacular new version of Mandarin Oriental, Singapore in the autumn.

Interested parties can follow the renovation project on social media platforms Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, where the Mandarin team will be regularly providing updates on progress.

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