Nestling the banks of the Chao Phraya River, this exquisite hotel simply oozes unparalleled luxury. Elegant guest rooms and suites combine traditional Thai design with refined touches including butler service and floor-to-ceiling windows that reveal scenic views. Dining is a pleasure with the hotel boasting 10 decadent restaurants and bars, making it one of the city's most renowned gourmet destinations. A myriad of leisure facilities are also sure to impress and include a world-class spa and wellness centre, and two shimmering pools.
Why we recommend the Mandarin Oriental Bangkok
- Picturesque riverside location
- Elegant guest rooms
- 10 restaurants and bars
- Two pools and a fitness centre
- Award-winning spa
Attractions near the Mandarin Oriental Bangkok
Indulge at revitalising Oriental day spa
At a cluster of antique Thai houses set amidst verdant tropical gardens and lily-filled ponds stands a luxurious traditional day spa. Award-winning and centred on ancient Indian Ayurvedic practices, the rejuvenating sanctuary entices with its decadent decor and serene ambience. Rejuvenate body and mind with a scrub or wrap, a hydro, thermal or aroma therapy, or an invigorating water-jet bath.
With a vast assortment of menu options, you can swiftly relax into a revitalising 20-minute facial or surrender completely to an all-encompassing package of three or more hours. Complete your decadent experience by lazing on a sunbed overlooking the garden or with a relaxing dip in the plunge pool.
Culinary spoils with traditional entertainment
With 10 restaurant choices at Mandarin Oriental, it can be difficult to decide where to dine. You’ll find the pinnacle of unique, traditional fine dining at Sala Rim Naam. The beautifully decorated pavilion is positioned across the sparkling river from your hotel.
The menu features traditional Thai favourites – the mouth-watering offerings are extensive, and vegetarians will relish the plentiful options. Delight in the delectable Lon Poo Talay (sea crab meat cooked in coconut milk) or the Mussamun Nuea (southern-style beef curry with sweet potato and onion) as stunning classical Thai dancers adorned in vibrant costumes perform each evening.