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Mandarin Orchard Singapore Named Best City Hotel in Singapore at the 27th Annual TTG Travel Awards

SINGAPORE, Oct. 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Meritus Hotels & Resorts' flagship Mandarin Orchard Singapore emerged "Best City Hotel   -- Singapore " under the Travel Supplier Awards Category at the recently concluded 27 th Annual TTG Travel Awards 2016.   

Organised by TTG Asia, TTG Travel Awards honours the best of the best in Asia-Pacific travel trade, with readers of TTG Asia, TTG India, TTG China, TTGmice, TTGassociations and TTG-BTmice China voting for their favourite travel and trade organisations.

This is the fifth time that Mandarin Orchard Singapore has been conferred this prestigious accolade, first clinching the title back in 2010 and then again in 2013, 2014, and 2015.

"It is an honour to be recognised alongside this year's notable roster of winners. More than lending greater credence to our brand, this award underscores that Mandarin Orchard Singapore is standing out and making an impact where it counts, and that our value proposition is one that our target audiences embrace," said Tan Kim Seng , Chief Operating Officer, Meritus Hotels & Resorts. "We share this win with our loyal customers and industry partners, and with everyone on the team at Mandarin Orchard Singapore."

Charming guests with the brand's signature Asian grace, warmth and care for over 40 years, the 1,077-room Mandarin Orchard Singapore remains the accommodation of choice amongst discerning international travellers looking for an all-encompassing retail and hospitality experience in the heart of Singapore's world-famous shopping district.

For more information on Mandarin Orchard Singapore, visit .

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