Mandarin Oriental, Singapore offers wellness retreat

Embark on a pampering and rejuvenating journey as Mandarin Oriental, Singapore presents a Wellness Retreat package, available until 31 December 2018. Unwind in a well-appointed room, choose a workout session of choice, enjoy a soothing massage and conclude with a sumptuous lunch.

Be greeted with sweeping views of the iconic Singapore Flyer and the Benjamin Sheares Bridge in our Ocean View room. With an extravagant buffet breakfast, a feast awaits at Melt Café. Inhale in the positive benefits yoga offers at the outdoor pavilion and achieve fitness goals through a workout with an instructor. The journey continues at The Spa with an indulgent Mineral Wellness massage, designed to ease muscle tension, and re-energise the body using rich creams and mineral infused compressions. A nutritious spa lunch curated using the finest and freshest of ingredients at elegant Italian restaurant by the pool, Dolce Vita, completes the holistic experience.

The Wellness Retreat package includes well-appointed Ocean View accommodation, international buffet breakfast at Melt Café, 60-minute yoga or personal training session, 90-minute Mineral Wellness spa massage for two and Spa lunch at Dolce Vita for two.

Valid until 31 December 2018, room rates start at SGD 1,190 per night based on double occupancy and are subject to 10% service charge and prevailing government tax.

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