Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand

This newly-renovated gem on the Chao Phraya River coastline has provided innovative wellness programs and idyllic views of the city since its inception in the 20th century.

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Property Overview

For over a century, travelers have found sanctuary along the Chao Phraya River to stay at the legendary Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok. A five-star hotel in one of the world’s most exciting cities, this hotel is known as a haven on the banks of the river. This iconic hotel has reopened the River Wing following the largest renovation in its history. This stunning transformation has further enhanced the accommodations and facilities, all while maintaining their classic, Thai-influenced elegance and unique resort style.


SmartFlyer Exclusives

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • Daily breakfast for up to two guests per bedroom
  • $100 USD equivalent in local currency Resort or Hotel credit utilized during stay (not combinable, not valid on room rate, no cash value if not redeemed in full)
  • Early check-in/late check-out, subject to availability
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi


Agent Tips

  • Sala Rim Naam is located across the river from the hotel and features a lavish Thai buffet alongside cultural performances and dance shows.
  • As part of Mandarin Oriental's Fan Club, your SmartFlyer travel advisor provides you access to the hotel's exclusive excursion program from guided bike tours to lotus petal folding classes for families.
Rooms + Suites

Beds laden with goose-down bedding by Ploh.

Combining elegant Thai style with seductive modern touches, each of Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok's rooms and suites possess a distinct character. Walking into your room is enough to bring tears to your eyes, from the stunning skyline views to its traditional Thai interiors. From well-appointed living spaces to beds laden with goose-down bedding by Ploh, the hotel's accommodations make for a particularly comfortable stay. The Mandarin Room is for any guests looking to experience flat-style living in Bangkok: floor-to-ceiling windows open out to a balcony with views across the city and river.

A blend of classic aromatherapy and massage techniques enhanced by unique Thai practices.

Opened in 1993 and recognized as Thailand's first-ever hotel spa, The Oriental Spa is the brand's signature stamp on the wellness industry. Their treatments here feature a blend of classic aromatherapy and massage techniques enhanced by unique Thai practices. For example, the Spirit of Isaan incorporates black sticky rice, coarse coffee beans, and jasmine rice soap together for an indulgent detoxifying body wrap and exfoliation. Afterwards, your practitioner will treat you to a rhythmic bamboo massage that kneads and stretches away any tension. In addition to the spa, the hotel also features an outdoor pool along the river, a fitness center, a pedicure studio, and a Muay Thai boxing studio. Their Thai boxing classes guide you through a complete body workout that strengthens muscles, improves balance, and increases endurance.
Restaurant + Bar

An eclectic mix of international fine dining and elevated Thai classics.

The Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok features a wide range of dining experiences for every occasion that are bustling with locals and visitors alike. Le Normandie by Alain Roux was established in 1958 and has since boasted French haute cuisine. Kinu by Takagi is a concept led by two-Michelin-starred chef Takagi Kazuo and serves refined, seasonal Kyoto-style cuisine known as Kyo-ryori. Lord Jim's is the place to enjoy a classic selection of seafood and roast meats, while Baan Phraya provides guests with an authentic riverside dining experience in their 19th-century Thai house. Their terraced options along the river are also of note, boasting both signature Thai dishes with panoramic views of Bangkok's riverside.

Since its inception in 1953, The Bamboo Bar features live jazz and blues and has become a global stomping ground in the music community. This bar was the city's first jazz venue and retains its mid-century charm. This is elevated by their enforced dress code – think elegant 50s nightclub – and their signature cocktails inspired by Thai and jazz history. We also recommend taking drinks out to the verdana or enjoying an afternoon tea.
Who's it for?

A wellness sanctuary along the riverside.

Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok is the place to go for anyone looking for a wellness getaway in the bustling Thai capital. Mandarin Oriental's signature spa experiences are not to be missed and are well-paired with their diverse range of culinary options that leave you satiated but never weighed down. Their Thai boxing classes leave you invigorated and are both a fun and empowering way to work out.
  • Location
    Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok is located along the Chao Phraya River on the edge of the Bang Rak district.

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