Travelers have followed river banks to stay at the legendary Mandarin Oriental Hotel for more than 140 years. The iconic Mandarin Oriental is a genuinely remarkable luxury five-star boutique hotel at a fabulous location on the Chao Phraya river bank in one of the world’s most exciting cities; Bangkok. The hotel is known for its acclaimed dining and one of the most famous city spas.

Discover the history and the luxury of the Mandarin Oriental in Bangkok. Find out for yourself what makes this iconic riverside hotel so unique.

The Mandarin Oriental is Thailand’s First and Most Famous Luxury Hotel

Over its history spanning almost a century and a half, the Mandarin Oriental Hotel has been inspiring guests from intrepid travellers to famous literary figures. John Le Carré, Barbara Cartland, Somerset Maugham, and many other renowned authors penned their works while looking over the Chao Phraya River. With a world-leading reputation for impeccable service and style, the Mandarin Oriental sets a high bar for hotels in Bangkok and beyond.

Bamboo Bar is one of Bangkok famous bars. Oriental Hotel interior Bamboo bar. Thailand Event Guide

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The Mandarin Oriental Offers Timeless Settings with Contemporary Luxury

Presenting itself as a tranquil riverside haven from the hustle of Bangkok, the Mandarin Oriental’s accommodations are second to none. Each of the more than 300 rooms and 40 suites has a distinct character. They combine the Mandarin Oriental’s storied history with modern amenities. Lush Thai silks and deep, dark teak wood furniture create a sanctuary. Well-appointed bathrooms with walk-in showers and separate bathtubs create a lavish decadence. The private butler service adds an extra indulgent touch.

For those who want even more extravagance, the spacious, stylish suites offer fantastic views. Each suite is a tribute to the Mandarin Oriental’s heritage, either to a famous guest or the beautiful Thai culture.

The Exclusive Lifestyle Lives Beyond the Rooms at the Mandarin Oriental

The Mandarin Oriental has nine bars and restaurants that are known the world over. Le Normandie’s imaginatively exquisite French meals draw visitors far and wide. Gourmands can savour succulent seafood at Lord Jim’s or Chinese specialities at China House. The Riverside Terrace grills up barbecued delights, while Sala Rim Naam delights with classic Thai dishes and dancing.

Guests can indulge in signature treatments at the Oriental Spa, Thailand’s only Forbes Five-Star Spa. Or, they can get and stay fit through one of the many complimentary classes scheduled, from Pilates to Yoga. After which, they can have a sauna or steam or relax by one of the two swimming pools.

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