Mandarin Oriental Bangkok - One Of Bangkok’s Oldest Luxe HotelsMandarin Oriental  

The original building of this hotel dates from 1886 and has been restored to reflect the glamour of that era with four-poster beds and fine white linen. Famous guests have included the accomplished novelist, Somerset Maugham, and Noel Coward. This has led current owners to create the “Author’s Lounge” – a colonial-style lounge with whitewashed walls and wicker furniture. There, you can take “high tea”. Which is a traditionally elegant experience involving many types of tea and tiny, delicious cakes.

Stay in a split-level suite decorated with silk and carved teak. Enjoy your private view of the Chao Phraya River. There are two ample-sized pools and a spa offering traditional Thai treatments alongside more contemporary relaxation. The restaurant serves some of the best Thai fares in town - try the aromatic yellow beef curry. You won’t want to leave, but when you must, you can take a complimentary water taxi right from the riverside gardens.

Type: Luxury   Spa
Mandarin Oriental Bangkok exterior

BMW 730d limousines

Hotel lobby

Authors lounge

Le Normandie restaurant

Lord Jims restaurant

Sala Rim Naam restaurant with Thai dancers

China House

Ciao bar

Authors suite living room

executive suite

oriental suite living room

premier room

presidential suite


Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Spa

spa suite



Ciao restaurant

riverside terrace

swimming pool

48 Oriental Avenue Bangkok 10500, Thailand