Mandarin Oriental


Sweet relaxation, refined luxuries and age-old traditions: Welcome to the celebrated Mandarin Oriental Bangkok. Set on a quiet stretch of the Chao Phraya River, the stylish hotel welcomes you to the vibrant city!


The riverside setting is superb and provides you with the additional benefit of being able to hop on a shuttle boat that drops you off at the nearby Grand Palace and some more of Bangkok’s attractions. Moreover, a few minutes’ walking distance and you arrive at the closest Skytrain read more » Station that whisks you away to the Bangkok city centre in no time at all.


Despite this privileged central location at the heart of one of the world’s largest cities, one cannot help to marvel at the peace and quiet that reigns in the lush, tropical Mandarin Oriental’s gardens.


The Mandarin Oriental’s interior design is unique and varies at every step throughout the facilities: The spicy mix picks up classic bourgeois elements, Thai traditions and funky, contemporary features.


Most of the Mandarin Oriental Bangkok’s rooms and suites command a breath-taking view out over the majestic Chao Phraya River. Regardless of the category, the refined accommodation units include large bathrooms equipped with both a bathtub and shower cabin.


And then, there is the Mandarin Oriental Bangkok’s superb and award winning cuisine! Both the traditional Thai and the international restaurants have become a hotspot for gourmets from all over the world.


Having dined and wined to your palate’s full content; the legendary Bamboo Bar is your first choice for a cocktail mixed to perfection, Bangkok’s most celebrated hand-made Jazz music providing the acoustic backdrop.


The Mandarin’s luxurious spa is a temple of sweet relaxation and wellbeing. The spa’s experienced professionals have composed a spa programme that includes no less than 40 treatments and therapies combining ancient lore with modern science.


The facilities furthermore include two swimming pools, a state-of-the-art gym offering group and individual training sessions as well as two outdoor tennis courts. Participate in a lip-smacking Thai cooking class or pick up a portable memory at the hotel’s boutique. Welcome to Bangkok – welcome to the Mandarin Oriental! « show less


The Mandarin Oriental Bangkok combines Thai charm and friendliness with unbridled creature comforts in a superb location on the Chao Phraya River. Welcome to Bangkok, welcome to the Mandarin Oriental!


The read more » generous rooms are equipped with either a king-sized bed or two single beds. Fresh fruit and flowers speak of the hotel’s dedication to extravagant details. The bathrooms are furnished with a bathtub as well as a separate shower cabin.


The Mandarin Oriental Bangkok’s Premier Rooms have been designed and furnished in a stately colonial style. Classic chandeliers, precious parquet flooring, divans and cosy sofas underline the elegant ambience.


Some of the Premier Rooms are set out on two floors with the bathroom upstairs and a comfortable seating area downstairs. However, for easy accessibility, the Premier Rooms are also available as a single storey unit.


You certainly need not climb any stairs to let your eyes roam freely across the wonderful views of the Chao Phraya River. Moreover, some units include a charming winter garden with a view out over the city’s blinking lights.


The bright Mandarin Rooms feature floor to ceiling windows and a private balcony – with breath-taking views of the river and Bangkok included! The stately furniture with its soft upholstery, the thick and luxurious linen and elegant bathrooms set the dial to supreme cosiness.


The one-bedroom Executive Suites are the first choice for guests appreciating a little extra space. In addition to the stylish bedroom, a luxuriously equipped living room boasts teak furniture, select pieces of art and a graceful Thai design.


Let your jaw down in front of the State Rooms’ tall windows or step out onto your private balcony to gaze up and down the river. Elegant, dark timber furniture and precious silks create a chic flair. Sink onto the soft, king-sized bed or stretch out on the sofa. The bathrooms are lavishly equipped and feature every comfort imaginable.


The spacious Family Suites offer two bedrooms furnished with teak, draped in silk and adorned by traditional Thai style elements. The master bedroom is equipped with a king-sized bed, the secondary bedroom with two single beds.


A separate sitting area allows you to spread out in fine style. The bathroom is equipped with both a large tub and a separate shower cabin. Large windows flood the interior with daylight and command a wonderful view out over the river.


The Authors Suites are reminiscent of the many international writers that have visited the Mandarin Oriental Bangkok in the past. Each suite has been individually furnished, the ambience tailored to honour the name-giving author.


Additional perks include floor to ceiling windows, a private balcony, spacious living room, large bathroom, a separate guest bathroom as well as a walk-in closet. A fine example is the elegant Joseph Conrad Suite, which features a private terrace overlooking the Mandarin Oriental’s blossoming gardens.


The design is a gracious composition of blue and cream hues that is underpinned by an elegant four-poster bed, bright blue armchairs and dark teak furniture. High ceilings and a private balcony create an airy and spacious flair that allows you to breathe freely.


Located on the 16th floor of the River Wing, the Deluxe Suites offer two bedrooms with a view of the river and the city. Teak furniture and hand-made Persian carpets are tangible commitments to the refined luxury the Mandarin Oriental stands for.


Make yourself comfortable on the soft furniture, relish the precious Thai silks and look forward to a good night’s rest in the spacious and cosy bedrooms.


The exquisite Siam Suite offers two comfortable bedrooms and a design that sums up the essence of the inspiring North Thai style. Precious antiques from Chiang Mai, Persian carpets and select pieces of art set the tone. Rest your eyes on the might river or gaze up at the magnificent Lotus carvings that adorn the Siam Suite’s ceiling.


The Selandia Presidential Suite pays tribute to the legendary ship built more than a hundred years ago. The ocean and seafaring traditions are at the essence of the flair, graced by ivory and blue colours. Silk curtains frame the tall windows and the comfortable furniture invites you to settle down with your eyes on the panorama.


The master bathroom features charming details like crystal bedside lamps and silver style elements. The adjoining bedroom boasts teak flooring, graceful wood panelling and billowing curtains in remembrance of the Selandia ship.


The legendary Royal Oriental Suite has housed kings and queens, head of states and other international celebrities. Combining elegance with luxury, the suite has been decked out with precious timber panelling, an invaluable art collection, quality textiles and a carefully balanced colour scheme.


The living and dining room feature finest Oriental carpets. The master bedroom’s centrepiece is an antique four-poster bed, complemented by a teak wardrobe. The second bedroom boasts a wardrobe designed in the distinctive North Thai style and is flanked by gilded wood carvings.


The Royal Oriental Suite’s unbridled creature comforts furthermore include a fully equipped kitchen, a generous guest bathroom as well as two balconies that command a breath-taking panoramic view of the Chao Phraya River.


And then, there are the exciting Heritage Authors Suites – homage to three famous authors who once graced the Mandarin Oriental with their esteemed visit. The Somerset Maugham -, Noel Coward – and James Michener Suites reflect both the hotel’s original colonial character as well as the writers’ distinct personalities.


The three Heritage Authors Suites all include an especially large bedroom and living room as well as a Victorian bathroom complete with a shower and a separate bathtub.


The charming Adisorn Lodge Heritage Suite, located in the historic Authors’ Wing, is dedicated to the memory of the hotel’s venerated former director. High ceilings and bright colours create a unique flair.


Only the most precious timber has been carefully crafted to provide the elegant wood panelling and flooring. Classic elegance meets modern style: Elaborate carpets and a hand-picked art collection complete the intriguing atmosphere.


The generously appointed bedroom is adjoined by a cosy living room furnished with a teak desk and comfortable sitting area. At the end of a long and exciting day, draw yourself a foam-topped bath in the graceful, Victorian bathroom.


No matter which of the Mandarin Oriental’s elegant accommodation units sparks your fancy, a butler is at your side within minutes whenever required. Make yourself at home. Slip into a relaxing bath, relish the exquisite courtesy toiletries and beauty products and wrap up in the soft bathrobes afterwards.


Needless to say that the world is just a click away with the high-speed internet connection available in every room. Moreover, for your entertainment a HD LCD television complete with a sophisticated audio system forms part of the technical gadgets. « show less


There is plenty to do at the luxurious Mandarin Oriental in Bangkok: Find out more about the many cultural activities, for example, the hotel’s superb Thai cooking classes.


In fact, the Mandarin read more » Oriental has received international acclaim for its superb cuisine and thousands have flocked to the pots to find out more about the secrets behind the kitchen’s doors.


The experienced chefs teach your fingers to be nimble with a knife, how to turn up the heat with the Thai spices and many other savoury ingredients. However, much more than chopping vegetables, you will learn about the traditions and culture of the Thai kingdom.


Of course, fascinating Bangkok is the best place to start off on the intricate trail of getting to know captivating Thailand. It is a fascinating and mysterious country – the only one in Southeast Asia that was never conquered by a colonial power.


The Mandarin Oriental helps you on your quest to understand intriguing Thailand. With the help of local university professors and other studied experts the hotel has compiled a cultural programme that serves as an introduction to Thai art, architecture, music, dancing and more.


On a different day, you conscience might urge you to balance the exquisite cuisine with a training session at the state-of-the-art gym, which is equipped with both cardio and strength building training stations.


Afterwards, wind down in the sauna, the steam bath, the whirlpool or do a few easy laps in one of the two swimming pools. A personal trainer is at your side whenever required.


Professional trainers offer yoga, Thai Chi and Pilates lessons. You may choose whether you prefer to join one of the scheduled courses or prefer an individual session. Last but not least, you may power yourself out on the tennis or squash courts. « show less