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  • Mandarin Oriental Bangkok exterior
  • Arrival
  • Deluxe Premier Room
  • Deluxe Premier Room bathroom
  • Authors' Suite bedroom
  • Authors' Suite living room
  • Selandia Two-Bedroom Suite living room
  • Royal Suite
  • The Mandarin Oriental Shop
  • Le Normandie
  • Terrace Rim Naam
  • The Verandah
  • The China House
  • Ciao Terrazza
  • Sala Rim Naam dancers
  • Lord Jim's
  • The Authors' Lounge
  • The Authors' Lounge dining
  • Main pool
  • SPA Thai massage
  • Gym
  • Yoga monk
  • Bangkok view
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Mandarin Oriental Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand

Renovated 11 November 2019

For more than 143 years, travellers have followed the Chao Phraya River to stay at the legendary Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok. A luxury five-star hotel in one of the world’s most exciting cities, it enjoys a reputation for style, service and excellence. A haven of calm on the banks of the river, Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok is a truly remarkable hotel. This iconic hotel has reopened the River Wing following the largest renovation in the 143-year history. This stunning transformation has further enhanced the accommodations and facilities in this iconic hotel, while maintaining its classic, Thai-influenced elegance and unique resort style.


Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok lies on the banks of the Chao Phraya River and in the heart of the Creative District. The hotel’s private boats carry guests to the nearby IconSiam and BTS Skytrain for easy access to the city’s business and shopping districts. Easy access to Suvarnabhumi International Airport, which is 33 km away from the hotel.


With 271 elegant rooms, 44 60 luxurious suites, innovative restaurants and a world-class spa, Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok offers a luxurious five-star experience. Combining elegant Thai style with seductive modern touches, each of the rooms and suites enjoys its own distinct character. Flooded with light, these rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows that open to a balcony with views across the city and river. Décor enjoys an elegant, Thai feel with a king-size bed swathed in luxurious linens and a selection of furnishings upholstered in the finest silks. The bedroom incorporates a spacious seating area featuring a teak working desk, comfortable sofa and a coffee table.

Deluxe Premier Room

These 43sqm rooms are located in the River Wing and each boast a large sofa to relax and enjoy river and pool views. Décor is inspired by life on the Chao Phraya river with wooden floors and Thai touches such as teak furniture and beautiful Thai silk fabrics, while a selection of prints from the hotel's rich collection of artworks adorn the walls. Both king and twin beds are available.

Junior Terrace Suite

This large junior suite is ideal for long-staying guests looking for a large open plan space with a combined sitting and dining area. It features a wonderful terrace of 17sqm/188sqf and a working desk. Ideal for long-staying guests, these large 97sqm junior suites feature a stunning 17sqm terrace that overlooks the river and city. The suite combines a spacious open-plan living area with a large sofa and armchairs, a writing desk and a dining table seating up to five. It is decorated with wooden floors throughout and accented with rugs and prints from the hotel's art collection inspired by the Chao Phraya River.

Royal Suite

The jewel in the historic crown is the 306sqm Royal Suite designed to suit official and security needs of discerning guests. It offers private access, meeting, fitness and spa facilities, as well as additional bedrooms to accommodate family and entourage. It is decorated in sumptuous royal colours of purples and yellow that juxtapose with white marble and crystal chandeliers for an ambience of classical but understated elegance.


Guests can now enjoy luxurious rooms and suites, designed in traditional Thai flair, luxuriously appointed for the utmost comfort, and surrounded by magnificent terraces and lush gardens, all with views on to the River of Kings. Guests of Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok are also invited to indulge 11 outstanding restaurants and bars, the world-class Oriental Spa, the hotel’s Fitness & Wellness Centre that offers complimentary classes daily, take cultural classes, and refine their culinary skills at the resort’s own Thai cooking school.

Spa & Wellness

The exquisite spa boasts a serene design and a range of unique treatments blending contemporary and ancient techniques. An exclusive first in Bangkok located on the Garden Wing, the new Spa Studio by Mandarin Oriental offers time-efficient treatments, for ladies and gentlemen in a calming yet sophisticated setting. Featuring customised facial treatments designed to deliver exceptional results using QMS Medicosmetics, which is a Gala Spa Award winning product range from Germany, as well as waxing, express foot, shoulder and head massages.

The Oriental Spa, which opened as the first city spa in Bangkok, has received numerous awards including being the only spa in Bangkok to have been awarded 5-star by Forbes. A temple of wellbeing, set in a restored century-old teakwood house, The Oriental Spa is an oasis of peace and tranquillity. Guests can discover a range of unique treatments blending traditional Thai and modern Western techniques in private rooms and suites.

Guests begin their experience with a short boat ride to the Spa, which is located across the river from the hotel. They are welcomed with a cooling tea and then enjoy a private consultation that allows the therapist to tailor treatments to guests’ individual needs.

- Ten treatment rooms with private shower and steam facilities
- Three treatment rooms dedicated to facial therapy
- Five speciality suites — including four with private vitality pools
- Moroccan Rhassoul
- Relaxation lounge
- Spa boutique to extend your experience at home

Designed with privacy in mind, spa suites offer a luxurious space in which to enjoy your treatment. Private Spa Suites allow guests to embrace nature in a private, healing sanctuary. Choose from a selection of treatments and time periods that suit you. All Suite Experiences include: extra time for relaxation in the luxurious and peaceful environment of your private Suite; a selection of options from the Bath Menu; and a refreshing fruit platter with an assortment of fruit juices and other beverages.

Fitness & Wellness

Stay active with the pools, state-of-the-art fitness equipment, range of classes and sporting facilities. The Fitness Centre is the perfect place for health-conscious people who appreciate professional service and a highly personalized approach to fitness. The centre is located across the river, just past the lotus pond.

The state-of-the-art Fitness Centre has everything you need for a total body workout with aerobic machines, weight training facilities, sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi. Personal training sessions are also available. There is a choice of two swimming pools reserved exclusively for the relaxation and recreation of hotel guests, open from 6am to 8pm. A wadding pool surrounded by cabanas for relaxing dips and a 25-metre long pool, ideal for swimming laps.

Complimentary Classes

The hotel offers free fitness classes to the guests and members. Choose from Muay Thai (Thai boxing), meditative yoga, HIIT Training, Fit Ball Workout and a variety of Fitness & Wellness sessions. The hotel also offers a range of healthy activities designed exclusively for children from 8 to 16 years of age, including kids exercise, kids yoga and kids Muay Thai. Memberships. Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok offers a limited number of exclusive membership packages.


In Sanskrit yoga means “union”, the coming together of the mind, body and breath through various techniques encompassing Asanas (posture) for the healthy body, Pranayama (breathing exercises), Dhyana (meditation) and Yoga Nidra (yogic relaxation) for the deepest rest eventually leading us into a blissful state of being.

At Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok you will be ffered an extensive range of Yoga programmes, from lively group sessions to one-on-one private classes, tailored to meet your specific needs. Private Yoga sessions are designed and conducted by Yoga Lifestyle Trainer Neelam Khatri; Neelam has extensive experience of teaching yoga and conducting workshops, retreats and programmes for individuals, groups and children. She has been actively associated with many projects of The Art of Living Foundation, including teaching Yoga at other highly acclaimed locations.

Muay Thai boxing

A national sport to Thailand, Muay Thai boxing is a form of exercise that is popular amongst Thais, expats and visitors to Thailand. Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok offers guests staying within the hotel complimentary daily Fitness and Wellness classes, including a one-hour Muay Thai training session for up to four guests. These sessions are held by Khun Rose, a Muay Thai champion who holds a record of 46 fights with 38 wins, every Saturday at 5:30pm and beginners are welcome.

Guests who wish to book a private Muay Thai class can also do so as Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok partners with a leading Muay Thai training studio. Prices start from THB 2,600 per hour for one person or THB 4,700 for two guests. Guests can also book packages of 5 and 10 hours. Prices exclude 10% service charge and 7% government tax.

Fitness classes

Cardio and strength training classes offer an ideal way to get your heart pumping and increase muscle tone. In the specially designed training rooms, qualified fitness experts will lead you through dynamic and high energy classes of 30, 45 or 60 minutes duration.

Complimentary classes for the hotel guests and Fitness & Wellness Centre members are held daily and include high-intensity workouts such as HIIT, Tabata Training and a fun-filled 60-minute Zumba dance class to burn calories and have fun at the same time. Specially designed group classes targeting key muscle areas include the 30-minute Core Burn, Glutes Workout and Fit Ball Workout. For a gentler cardio workout Cardio Light or Stretching classes are also available.

Tennis courts

Guests can enjoy two floodlit tennis courts between 6am — 10pm daily. Should guests wish to have a tennis partner, they can arrange through the Fitness & Wellness Centre. Tennis rackets and balls can also be provided. Tennis Court Rental — THB 700 per hour. Tennis Partner — THB 800 per hour. Prices exclude 10% service charge and 7% government tax.

Fully equipped Business Centre has four workstations and two boardrooms should you need extra space. There are also mobile telephones and portable computers available to rent, state-of the-art audio-visual equipment, scanners, colour printers and Dictaphones. In addition there is a range of secretarial and translation services.

A celebration at Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok is one to remember. With a choice of beautiful and atmospheric venues, unrivalled experience and legendary service, the hotel’s team will bring to life the event of your dreams. Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok offers a limited number of exclusive membership packages.

Explore Bangkok

In keeping with the traditional feel of Bangkok’s first luxury hotel that opened almost 145 years ago, the area around what was once known as ‘New Road’ is one of the most fascinating and diverse in Bangkok. A short walk away from the venerable façade of Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok is the Buddhist temple of Wat Suan Phlu, as well as the city’s burgeoning Creative District, where you’ll find the Haroon Mosque and the Assumption Cathedral (which is around 200 years old). Also here is Bang Rak quarter, at once the heartland of modern Bangkok and a kaleidoscopic pageant of street life in this most hospitable of Asian capitals.

Just 20 minutes away by tuk-tuk or taxi you will find the world-famous sights around The Grand Palace. The palace itself and Wat Phra Kaew (the Temple of the Emerald Buddha) are best visited shortly after opening time at 8.30am to avoid the crowds. Just around the corner at Wat Pho, however, you can enjoy a more peaceful sense of the spiritualism that is a central tenet of Thai Buddhism. Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok offers complimentary boat shuttles that connect guests with commuter boats at Sathorn Pier (a major transport hub). From here you can explore sights of the Chao Phraya River — the lifeblood of the city.


Le Normandie

Since its establishment in 1958, Le Normandie has been renowned across Asia as the height of French fine dining in Thailand, a connoisseur’s dream of the finest cuisine, impeccable service and elegant ambiance. Awarded two Michelin stars every year since the Bangkok guide’s inaugural edition, Le Normandie is acclaimed for Chef Arnaud Dunand-Sauthier’s contemporary French cuisine and its outstanding wine collection. Situated on the top floor of the hotel’s Chao Phraya Wing, through its floor-to-ceiling windows Le Normandie offers breathtaking views over the magical river. On the plate, exquisite produce and pure, precise flavours conjure stunning dishes that make for a unique haute cuisine dining experience.

The Verandah

The Verandah’s relaxing haven elevates all-day dining through a wide variety of western and Asian dishes, including much-loved Thai classics such as Pad Thai. Overlooking the Chao Phraya River, guests can dine outdoors or indoors and choose from a generous buffet breakfast through to a full à la carte menu, available throughout the day. Freshly-baked pastries and homemade ice cream are just some of the temptations on offer for those after a sweet treat. After 6:30pm, guests are kindly asked to wear elegant attire and proper footwear, while gentlemen are requested to wear long trousers and closed shoes. The Verandah allows smokers from 5:30pm onwards at the designated smoking area.

The China House

A stunning, two-floor colonial style residence has been transformed into The China House, an avant-garde restaurant inspired by the vibrant Art Deco period of 1930s Shanghai. Within this striking setting guests can enjoy classic Chinese cuisine in a refined atmosphere, while the delicious weekly dim sum menu, as well as a weekend buffet brunch, both have a loyal following. The China House, situated just outside the hotel’s lobby area, is also home to three private dining rooms that seat from six to 10 guests as well as a larger room for up to 20. After 6:30pm, guests are kindly asked to wear elegant attire and proper footwear, while gentlemen are requested to wear long trousers and closed shoes.

The Authors’ Lounge

The Authors’ Lounge is located on the ground floor of the original Oriental Hotel and exudes old world charm reminiscent of the early 1900s. Turn-of-the-century style wicker furniture and hand-painted fabrics provide the perfect accompaniment to framed photographs of many of the famous writers who have stayed at the hotel since the late nineteenth century. Renowned for its traditional afternoon tea of delicate finger sandwiches, pastries, freshly-baked scones and home-made jams, The Authors’ Lounge is a truly unique setting and one of the most photographed locations in Bangkok, if not Thailand. Those looking for a small, intimate gathering may do so in one of the four private adjoining lounges. The Authors’ Lounge adheres to a smart dress code for all guests, including children. Ladies are kindly asked to wear elegant attire and proper footwear, while gentlemen are requested to wear long trousers and closed shoes.

Sala Rim Naam

Located across the river from the hotel, Sala Rim Naam is housed in a richly-decorated pavilion and offers a menu of outstanding Thai cuisine. A lavish Thai buffet lunch is served daily and guests can also enjoy a gourmet set dinner menu accompanied by the city’s most spectacular cultural performance and dance shows. After 6:30pm, guests are kindly asked to wear elegant attire and proper footwear, while gentlemen are requested to wear long trousers and closed shoes.

Riverside Terrace

Riverside Terrace sits on the banks of the famed Chao Phraya River, offering guests outside dining and the chance to watch life go by on the ‘River of Kings’ and chefs working at their interactive food stations. A lavish BBQ is prepared in front of guests, house-smoked meats, fresh seafood, open fire rotisseries, tandoori ovens and buffet stations add to the mouthwatering selection of dishes. After 6:30pm, guests are kindly asked to wear elegant attire and proper footwear, while gentlemen are requested to wear long trousers and closed shoes.

Ciao Terrazza

Drawing inspiration from Italy’s age-old traditions and culinary culture, Ciao Terrazza offers modern and light re-interpretations of Mediterranean Italian dishes. At the heart is the fiery oven where artisanal pizzas are prepared, offered alongside authentic pastas and risottos, all of which are crafted with the finest produce imported from Italy and from local markets. Ciao Terrazza offers alfresco dining accompanied by spectacular views both of the ‘River of Kings’ and the original Oriental Hotel façade. At the chef’s table, groups of up to four people can watch the chefs at work from an air-conditioned area overlooking the kitchen. The menu can be tailor-made or enjoyed à la carte. Advance reservations are recommended.

Terrace Rim Naam

Located directly opposite the hotel on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, Terrace Rim Naam offers an incomparable al fresco dining experience. The à la carte menu features a selection of authentic Thai dishes where award-winning Chef de Cuisine Pom weaves in her own unique twists, creating remarkable and distinctive Thai dishes. Her mastery of technique and approach result in distinctive and rarely-seen Thai dishes that use only the finest seasonal ingredients. After 6:30pm, guests are kindly asked to wear elegant attire and proper footwear, while gentlemen are requested to wear long trousers and closed shoes.

Lord Jim’s

Named after the seafaring hero created by novelist Joseph Conrad, Lord Jim’s reputation for magnificent seafood is almost as well known as its namesake. Boasting uninterrupted views of the river, this seafood and prime cut grill is a local institution and one of Bangkok’s most beloved places to meet. The sumptuous lunchtime buffet of seafood, roast meats, international dishes and Lord Jim’s classics such as pan-fried foie gras are all offered on table-clothed tables. By night, Lord Jim’s transforms in to a more relaxed and vibrant setting with an à la carte menu of sharing plates, sustainably-sourced fish and prime cuts of meat cooked over the wood-fired grill. An extensive wine list, featuring both new and old-world wines, is also available for guests to enjoy. After 6:30pm, guests are kindly asked to wear elegant attire and proper footwear, while gentlemen are requested to wear long trousers and closed shoes.

Kinu by Takagi

Chef Takagi Kazuo of the two-Michelin-starred Kyoto Cuisine Takagi brings the elevated Kaiseki dining experience to the Thai capital for the first time. His composed, delicate and expressive dishes, offering his refined Kyoto-style cuisine, known as ‘Kyo-ryori’, reflect the seasons and cultures of both Japan and Thailand. He skillfully integrates a number of local Thai ingredients alongside the finest Japanese produce.

The 10-seat restaurant will offer Kaiseki dining, the sophisticated and elegant iteration of Japanese cuisine that is a true expression of culinary skill and experience. As with Omakase dining, guests leave themselves in the hands of the chef as he creates a 10-course seasonal menu that is an elegant celebration of Japanese aesthetics.

In two nightly seatings, the culinary journey starts with a welcome drink served in a Japanese-styled Minka area, before diners are led to the counter where the real theatre begins. Here they witness the chef, a true master, at work. Guests may also choose to enjoy one of Bangkok’s finest sake collections, and the dining experience concludes with a tea ceremony.

This 10-course dinner starts at either 6:30 or 9pm promptly, with guests encouraged to arrive 30 minutes earlier to enjoy a drink in the Minka. Guests who arrive late will join the meal where it currently stands. Price starts from THB 7,500 per person, excluding 10% service charge and government tax. Full payment is required upon reservation. Guests are kindly asked to wear elegant attire and proper footwear, while gentlemen are also requested to wear long trousers and closed shoes.

The Bamboo Bar

From its humble beginning in 1953, The Bamboo Bar has grown in status and reputation to become a beloved Bangkok institution frequented by jazz lovers from around the world. Again in 2020 The Bamboo Bar was the top-rated bar in Thailand and one of Asia’s very best, now ranked No.7 in Asia’s 50 Best Bars 2020.

The iconic spot was Bangkok’s first jazz venue and retains a sensual, 1950s ambience. Drinks and cocktails are crafted by Mandarin Oriental’s award-winning mixologist team, including their signature cocktails alongside a ‘Compass’ cocktail menu which draws inspiration from Thailand’s five regions. Live bands and internationally-renowned singers perform nightly from 9pm (except Sunday).

After 6:30pm, guests are kindly asked to wear elegant attire and proper footwear, while gentlemen are requested to wear long trousers and closed shoes. Remarks: Always popular, The Bamboo Bar is unable to accept reservations. Children under the age of 21 are welcome inside The Bamboo Bar before 7:30pm and after this time may join an adult on the outside terrace area, upon availability.

The Mandarin Oriental Shop

With their refined atmosphere rich in gourmet history, The Mandarin Oriental Shops in Bangkok have been delighting guests and residents for years. Mouth-watering homemade delicacies including pastries, cakes, macarons and seasonal favourites tempt with their delicate flavours and flawless execution, while beautiful hand-made culinary gifts, seasonal hampers and mooncakes are also available. The Mandarin Oriental Shops are located at Siam Paragon, Central Chidlom, The Emporium, Gaysorn Village or in the lobby corner at Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok. A selection of Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok luxury gift items and carefully selected souvenirs are also available at The Oriental Boutique, located in the Authors’ Wing of the hotel.

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Discovering culture & history of Bangkok, Muay Thai boxing, yoga, tennis, Oriental Spa lovers & shopping.




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