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Mandarin Oriental Singapore Completes Impressive Pool Area Redesign

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Mandarin Oriental, Singapore has opened its new swimming pool and deck area following a redesign by renowned hospitality interior design firm Buz Design and St Legere Design International of Hong Kong. Located on the 5th floor of the hotel, the area has been transformed to offer guests a more comfortable respite from the city.

The revamped pool area is surrounded by lush tropical landscape and has been raised to different levels to emphasise the spectacular views of Singapores city skyline. Lining the upper deck of the swimming pool are five well-appointed, Oriental-inspired private cabanas. Each one is equipped with controlled dimmer lighting, a ceiling fan, iPod dock, Wi-Fi connectivity and an on-call button for food and beverage service.

The 25-metre swimming pool with Italian glass mosaic designs in shades of calming lilac, blue and purple, is suitable for lap swimming and relaxation, and is further enhanced at night with glittering fibre optic lighting. The underwater benches, hand-sculpted sandstone water features and a contemporary wet deck, allow guests to lounge in the sun whilst still being immersed in the coolness of the water. Designer Frank Gehrys lounge furniture makes an additional contemporary statement.

Younger fans of the hotel can enjoy a purpose-built childrens pool with bubble jet water features, which is surrounded by family cabanas and shielded from the main pool to provide more privacy for families.

The new pool area has also benefited both dining and event facilities, which have been greatly enhanced during the refurbishment. A new casual lounge overlooking the citys most famous landmarks offers stunning vistas. The relaxed ambience is perfect for enjoying the natural breeze together with signature cocktails and Italian tapas.

A new and sizable lounge cabana has been added providing a further option for relaxation amid comfortable sofas, armchairs and gently whirling ceiling fans. In the evening, this setting becomes an ideal venue for intimate events and private dinners.

When a larger event space is required, the Harbour Terrace is a perfect choice. This substantial and flexible space boasts a prime location overlooking the harbour front. With its built-in stage, this impressive venue is ideal for outdoor events at a maximum capacity of 30 tables for sit-down dinners and cocktail receptions for 400 people.

The hotels Dolce Vita restaurant located next to the pool now offers enhanced alfresco dining and similarly emphasises spectacular new views. With accolades for its superb Italian cuisine by Michelin-starred Chef Marco Pedrelli, the restaurant has a popular following and is particularly renowned for its unique la carte champagne brunches on Saturdays and Sundays.

Featuring an impressive atrium lobby and 527 refurbished rooms, suites as well as the premium Oriental Club Lounge, the hotel also has extensive meeting and banqueting facilities, five renowned restaurants and a lounge overlooking spectacular Marina Bay.

The hotel is located close to the financial hub with easy access to Marina Square Mall, Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre, Suntec City, Millenia Walk and Esplanade Theatres on the Bay.

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