"A haven of calm on the banks of the river, Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok is a truly remarkable hotel."
A sophisticated retreat in one of the world’s most exciting cities, the hotel enjoys a reputation for style, service and excellence. Timeless yet contemporary, classic yet cutting-edge, the ultimate Bangkok address.
Located on the banks of the Chao Phraya, the original structure was the first hotel to be built in the whole of Thailand when it opened back in 1879 as The Oriental. Today, the hotel's first-rate standards places it amongst the world's best hotels. All suites at the hotel are individually decorated, with no two suites alike. A stay at the Mandarin Oriental is sophisticated, unique, and unforgettable.
Elegantly refined and sumptuously designed. Combining elegant Thai style with seductive modern touches, each of the rooms and suites have its own distinct character. 339 rooms, most with river views. 35 suites, including the legendary Authors’ Suites. Large bathrooms with separate bathtubs and walk-in showers. Private butler service.
The exquisite spa boasts a serene design and over forty unique treatments blending contemporary and ancient techniques. With the beautiful swimming pools, state-of-the-art gymnasium and range of complimentary exercise classes, Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok is the perfect place to calm your mind, work out or just simply relax.
- Fitness Centre
- 2 swimming pools
- Fitness classes
- Tennis & squash
- Jogging track
- Kids Club
- Cooking school
Home to nine outstanding restaurants and bars, Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok is the city’s premier gourmet destination. Le Normandie is frequented by connoisseurs for its lavish style and impeccable service. Lord Jim’s delivers an aquatic experience with river views and fresh seafood. The signature restaurant Sala Rim Naam has been recreated in an ornate Thai pavilion and the China House is an elegant, avant-garde eatery, serving authentic Chinese cuisine.
Bangkok has a tropical monsoon climate and the highest average temperature of any city in the world. Temperatures in Bangkok regularly peak above 30°C throughout the year. The period between November and February is the driest period in Bangkok; September is the wettest month on average. The humidity levels also remain high during this period. The climate in Bangkok is at its hottest from March to August. If you visit between May and October expect short spells of rainy weather, with frequent afternoon showers, monsoons and spells of thunder at times.
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"From gleaming temples to traditional floating markets, there are plenty of fascinating attractions to visit in bold Bangkok."
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- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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