Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok | Thailand | If Only

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Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok has been an oasis of relaxed luxury in this dynamic city for over 140 years, and is filled with the stories of the celebrated guests who have made this hotel an essential stop on their world travels for many a year.

Timeless yet contemporary, classic yet cutting-edge, this hotel's unique blend of luxury and its stunning riverfront location make it one of Bangkok's most prestigious addresses.

The colonial style, original part of the hotel is flanked two modern wings that seamlessly combine the traditional and the modern.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 293 rooms



Celebrating the connection with internationally acclaimed authors who have stayed within its walls, many of the hotel’s guestrooms and suites in the Garden, River and Main Wings tell the story of past guests and their history, combining Bangkok’s rich cultural heritage and Western tradition.

Most guestrooms have design elements that include wide French windows with views of the city or the river, spacious living areas and luxurious baths. All are furnished with fine materials from the Orient, including natural teaks and Thai silks, and are enhanced with exotic fruits and flowers, provided daily for a luxurious touch.

Elegant and spacious suites that feature high ceilings and breath-taking views, pay homage to traditional Thai style, historic influences, and famous authors.



The hotel's restaurants and bars offer guests an array of the finest cuisines. Dine by the river at Lord Jim’s, The Verandah, or Riverside Terrace with its Lebanese mezze, Japanese Teppanyaki, fresh seafood and mouth-watering barbecued meats. Enjoy elegant dining at Sala Rim Naam, and Le Normandie - renowned throughout Asia for its splendid menu, impeccable service, elegant ambiance and superb river views.

Refreshing cocktails or tea can be sipped at Ciao, The Bamboo Bar, China House or The Authors’ Lounge, where traditional afternoon tea is served with old world charm.



Stay active with a selection of pools, state-of-the-art fitness centre and a range of classes and sporting facilities. Practice on two outdoor tennis courts or the squash court. A sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi are also available in the fitness centre. The breath-taking Grand Palace of Bangkok is a short boat ride away on the Chao Phraya River and the famous skytrain is within a short walking distance.



The Oriental Spa offers an exclusive and luxurious atmosphere with décor that has been influenced by classic Siamese aesthetics.

Guests begin their experience with a short boat ride to the Spa, which is situated across the river from the hotel. Welcomed with a soothing tea and a foot cleansing ritual, guests then have a private consultation that allows the therapist to tailor treatments to individual needs.

Ten treatment rooms with private shower and steam facilities, five specialty suites, including four for couples, with private steam and vitality pools, and the Moroccan Rhassoul are just some of the state-of-the-art treatments and hydrotherapy facilities to be enjoyed in the Spa - frequently voted among the best in the world.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Bangkok International Airport


Approximately 30 minutes from Bangkok International Airport


Bangkok is hot all year, and the best time to visit is late November to mid-January, it's still humid, but comfortable. Temperatures rise from March (when the Northern Haze also occurs) until the rainy season starts in late May, and from then until October there are a few showers most days, especially in the afternoon, so an umberalla would be useful.