• Located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, the River of Kings, the renowned Mandarin Oriental Bangkok has for 145 years been a symbol of luxury and staying here gives you the feeling of stepping back in time. Its luxurious and contemporary atmosphere combined with traditional Thai elegance has perpetuated its legend.
  • The opulent 358 rooms and 35 suites are spread throughout 3 British inspired buildings with numerous Thai elements, facing either the river or the gardens, and all have own distinct personality. Whether you go for an historic Author’s Suite or a Premier Room with balcony, all guests can enjoy the unobtrusive butler service and iconic river views.
  • Choose from 11 world class restaurants & bars, including Le Normandie which serves Michelin Star French cuisine. Savor Thai dishes at Terrace Rim Naam and Sala Rim Naam, Japanese cuisine at Kinu by Takagi, Italian cuisine at Ciao Terrazza, and Chinese delicacies at The China House. Try the afternoon tea in The Authors’ Lounge, or sip a cocktail in The Bamboo Bar.  There is also an excellent Thai cooking school.
  • Situated in a magnificent Thai house on the other side of the river, the Oriental Spa, considered one of the “finest spas in the world,” offers a variety of signature treatments in a totally relaxed ambiance. Enjoy the wading pool with cabanas, or swim in the lap pool.
  • The impeccable service & special ambiance in this exquisite setting make the mythical Mandarin Oriental an excellent choice for visitors to the Thai capital.


We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.

  • Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
  • Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
  • Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
  • Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
  • Complimentary private airport transfers.
  • Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
  • Early check-in and late check-out.
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi.
  • Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.

A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.


Muay Thai Kickboxing

Muay Thai is popular among Thais, expats and visitors to Thailand. We are delighted to collaborate with Attachai Muay Thai Gym, a leader in Muay Thai training, to offer the finest Thai boxing experience in a luxury setting. These sessions are perfectly suited for people of all skill levels and those who simply want to try a fun, new exercise.

Boot Camp & Circuit Training

Our circuit training and boot camp classes offer an ideal way to get your heart pumping. In the new functional training area, trainer Kittichai Namuangrak (Khun Max) brings 16 years of fitness industry experience to these exciting, high-energy training sessions.


Practise your backhand on our outdoor tennis court. Enjoy personalised crossfit training with our trainer in the new functional training room. Our multi-sports court is also available to hire for futsal, basketball and volley ball.


In Sanskrit yoga means “union”, the coming together of the mind, body and breath through various techniques encompassing Asanas (posture) for the healthy body, Pranayama (breathing exercises), Dhyana (meditation) and Yoga Nidra (yogic relaxation), leading us into a blissful state of being.


Chat with one of our expert travel designers today to begin planning your perfect vacation

Call: +852 9465 4577


Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Lobby

For more than 143 years, travellers have followed the Chao Phraya River to stay at the legendary Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok. A luxury 5 -star hotel in one of the world’s most exciting cities, we enjoy a reputation for style, service and excellence. A haven of calm on the banks of the river, Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok is a truly remarkable hotel and and staying here gives you the feeling of stepping back in time. Its luxurious ambiance combined with traditional Thai elegance has perpetuated its legend. The opulent 358 rooms & 35 suites are spread through 3 British inspired buildings with numerous Thai elements, facing either the river or the gardens, and all have own distinct personality. Whether you go for an historic Author’s Suite or a split level Premier Room with balcony, all guests can enjoy the unobtrusive butler service and iconic river views. In the oldest part, we find some of the world’s most beautiful suites, veritable decorative art museums, each bearing the name of the celebrated Anglo-Saxon writer who stayed there.

Situated in a magnificent Thai house on the other side of the river, the Oriental Spa, considered one of the “finest spas in the world,” offers a variety of treatments in a totally relaxed ambiance. World class restaurants abound with 11 venues ranging from elegant French cuisine to Cantonese and al fresco Thai favourites. The impeccable service and special atmosphere in this exquisite setting make the mythical Mandarin Oriental an excellent choice for visitors to the Thai capital. Ride a riverboat down the Chao Phraya. Take a day trip to visit the floating market, followed by a Thai cooking class. Explore the gilded Grand Palace and the Royal Temple, home to the Emerald Buddha.

The Mandarin Oriental has 358 rooms and 35 suites. Superior rooms have partial river views, the Deluxe Rooms are located on higher floors and have full river views, the colonial style Premier Rooms have parquet flooring – some are split level and some have a conservatory. The Mandarin Rooms have floor to ceiling windows, balconies with partial river views and comfy seating areas. The spacious one and two-bedroom suites all vary but the unique Author’s Suites in the River Wing are best known. All of the Mandarin Oriental Bangkok’s rooms have the benefit of a private butler service.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Deluxe Room

Deluxe Room

Located on the higher floors of the hotel, these elegant rooms offer river and city views. Featuring traditional Thai touches such as teak furniture and beautiful silk accompaniments, the rich decor is supremely stylish yet wonderfully comfortable. Furnishings include the choice of king or twin beds swathed in luxurious linens, while spacious bathrooms have large soaking baths in which to relax and walk-in showers. These rooms are 40m2 and are suitable for 2 people; butler service is provided.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Superior Room

Superior Room

With a rich décor influenced by the vibrant surroundings, these rooms enjoy views of the bustling Chao Phraya River. Traditional Thai silks and dark teak furnishings have been used throughout to provide a sense of place, while fresh exotic fruits and flowers are provided daily for a luxurious touch. Furnishings include the choice of king or twin beds, a working desk and armchairs, and a spacious en-suite bathroom with separate bath and walk-in shower. These rooms are 40m2 and are suitable for 2 people; butler service is provided.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Garden Room

Garden Room

Located in the Garden Wing, these rooms feature either a single or a split level layout. Fusing colonial-inspired design with chic contemporary touches, the decor reflects both the hotel’s unique heritage and local Thai culture.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Mandarin Room

Mandarin Room

Flooded with light, these rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows that open to a balcony with views across the city and river. Décor enjoys an elegant, Thai feel with a king-size bed swathed in luxurious linens and a selection of furnishings upholstered in the finest silks. The bedroom incorporates a spacious seating area featuring a teak working desk, comfortable sofa and a coffee table. Guests can refresh in the elegant bathroom with walk-in shower, separate bath and spacious vanity area. These rooms are 63m2 and are suitable for 2 people; butler service is provided.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok State Room

State Room

Located between the 3rd and 9th floors of the River Wing, these spacious rooms enjoy wonderful panoramic river views. Entered via a teak panelled hallway, rooms are decorated in a traditional Thai style with dark wood furnishings and brightly coloured silks. Large floor-to-ceiling windows open up to balconies overlooking the river. Within the bedroom there’s a seating area furnished with a comfortable sofa, coffee table and large working desk. The adjacent bathroom offers a serene space in which to refresh with a large soaking bath and stand-alone shower. These rooms are 63-67m2 in size, with a choice of king or twin beds and are suitable for 2 people; butler service is provided.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Executive Suite

Executive Suite

Located in the River Wing, these one-bedroom suites are perfect for guests looking for a little more space. An impeccably decorated sitting room lies adjacent to the suite’s stylish king bedroom. Decorated in a classic Thai style with rich silk drapes, teak wood furniture and beautiful artwork, suites exude elegance and comfort, while the floor-to- ceiling windows are ideal for admiring the beautiful river view. These suites are 55m2 and are suitable for 3 people; butler service is provided.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Deluxe Theme Suite

Deluxe Theme Suite

This one-bed suite offers spectacular views of both the river and the city. The bedroom is comfortably spacious, while the suite’s bathroom is equipped with both a large soaking bath and stand-alone shower.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Garden Suite

Garden Suite

Floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the river and our gardens. The elegant bedroom features a large marble bathroom with separate bath, a walk-in shower and a walk-in wardrobe. There is also a living area, dining room and balcony.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Family Two Bedroom Suite

Family Two-Bedroom Suite

Located in the River Wing, these elegantly spacious two-bedroom suites are decorated in a traditional Thai style with dark teak wood furnishings and silk accompaniments. A separate sitting area adjoins the bedrooms, which are furnished with a king bed in one room and twin beds in the other. The bathroom offers guests the choice of a large soaking bath or stand-alone shower. Flooding the rooms with light, the suite’s floor-to-ceiling windows offer sweeping views of the Chao Phraya River. These suites are 95m2 and are suitable for 5 people; butler service is provided.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Authors Suite

Authors' Suite

Located in the River Wing, these suites are tributes to some of the great literary figures that have stayed at the hotel over the years. Individually designed, each suite pays tribute to one of these celebrated authors in name, décor and ambience. All feature floor-to-ceiling windows, a balcony, spacious sitting room, a large bathroom with separate bathtub and walk-in shower as well as a powder room off the living room; some suites also have a walk-in closet. These suites are 92m2 in size, with a choice of king or twin beds and are suitable for 3 people; butler service is provided.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Siam Suite

Siam Suite

Inspired by the beauty of Northern Thailand, this exquisite two-bedroom suite features elegant living and dining spaces, two large bedrooms and a teak panelled foyer. Furnished with antiques from Chiang Mai, magnificent Persian carpets and a varied art collection, the suite is both beautifully appointed and eminently comfortable. Large floor-to-ceiling windows open out over the river, flooding the rooms with light, while a carved lotus cornice provides a true sense of space. The spacious bathroom is a haven of calm with a stand-alone bath and large walk-in shower. This suite is 130m2 in size, with twin beds and is suitable for 4 people; butler service is provided..

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Selandia Suite

Selandia Suite

Named after the legendary ship The Selandia, the Selandia suite features two large bedrooms, a spacious living room, a dining area and study area. There are two balconies and two bathrooms. Views stretch out over the river.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Oriental Suites

Oriental Suite

This stunning suite features timber panelling, an extensive art collection and two large bedrooms. There is also a living room, dining room with Oriental carpets, a pantry, powder room and two balconies with panoramic river views.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Ambassador Suite

Ambassador Suite

Located in the original Oriental Hotel, this luxurious two-bedroom suite offers beautiful river views from a private Victorian-inspired glass conservatory featuring seating and a dining table for 6. Accessed via private elevator.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Royal Suite

Royal Suite

This stunning suite has played host to royalty and Heads of State, as well as internationally acclaimed celebrities from around the world. Beautifully designed with an emphasis on elegance and space, the timeless interior features exquisite timber panelling, an extensive art collection and soft furnishings carefully chosen to complement the suite’s soothing colour scheme. Decorated in shades of citron, cream and cobalt blue, the main living room enjoys a relaxing feel with an adjoining sitting area and dining room featuring magnificent Oriental carpets. Decorated in soft tones of russet and apricot, the master bedroom is spacious and stylish, furnished with a teak wardrobe and antique pineapple canopy bed. In addition, there is a second bedroom, featuring two beautifully carved, gold leaf timber fragments flanking a Northern Thai style armoire. To complete the picture, the suite also has a pantry, guest powder room and two balconies boasting panoramic river views. This suite is 295m2 in size, with a choice of king or twin beds and is suitable for 5 people; butler service is provided.

The Mandarin Oriental Bangkok’s 11 different venues for eating and drinking leave you spoilt for choice ranging from a jazz bar for cocktails to restaurants serving French, Chinese, Japanese, barbecues and more. Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok is the city’s premier gourmet destination.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Fine Dining
Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Le Normandie

Le Normandie

Awarded 2 Michelin Stars in the inaugural Michelin Guide Bangkok, Le Normandie is acclaimed for its contemporary French cuisine by Chef Arnaud Dunand-Sauthier. Pure and precise flavours, wonderful taste combinations and the subtlety of herbs and seasonings offer a genuine and unique experience of haute cuisine. Situated in the hotel’s Garden Wing, Le Normandie offers breathtaking views over the Chao Phraya River through floor-to-ceiling windows. The elegant surroundings featuring vintage crystal chandeliers and stunning flower arrangements create a unique air of sophistication. Noted for its splendid menu, impeccable service, elegant ambiance and superb river views, Le Normandie offers our distinguished guests – from Thailand and all over the world – an exceptional fine-dining experience.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Sala Rim Naam

Sala Rim Naam

Lying across the river from the hotel, Sala Rim Naam offers a delicious choice of traditional Thai dishes including Lon Poo Talay (sea crab meat cooked in coconut milk), Yaam Talay (spiced seafood salad) and Mussamun Nuea (southern style beef curry with sweet potato and onion). Housed in a richly decorated pavilion built in the traditional Northern Thai style, Sala Rim Naam is the setting for a unique cultural experience — a classical Thai dance show performed every night at 7:45pm.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Terrace Rim Naam

Terrace Rim Naam

Located opposite the hotel on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, Terrace Rim Naam serves the authentic tastes of Thailand in an atmospheric al fresco environment. Our à la carte menu features a range of specialities from all over the Kingdom, prepared to perfection by our expert chefs. Terrace Rim Naam adheres to a smart casual dress code for all guests, including children. During the day, semiformal shorts, shirts, polo shirts and proper footwear are permitted.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Lord Jims

Lord Jim's

Named after the seafaring hero created by novelist Joseph Conrad, Lord Jim’s reputation for magnificent seafood is almost as well known as its namesake. Enjoying an uninterrupted view of the river, Lord Jim’s serves one of the most popular buffet lunches in Bangkok with a wide selection of seafood and international dishes on offer. For dinner, diners can choose from an à la carte or set menu. Focusing on the freshest seafood available, Lord Jim’s is particularly renowned for its sushi and sashimi dishes. A private dining room can accommodate 16 diners for lunch and 14 guests for dinner.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok China House

The China House

Inspired by Shanghai’s legendary Art Deco period, The China House is our stunning Cantonese fine dining restaurant. Featuring authentic Cantonese dishes interpreted in a contemporary style, The China House offers one of our most celebrated dining experiences. Housed in a beautifully restored two-storey colonial building, The China House enjoys an opulent old-world feel with dark wood furnishings and atmospheric low lighting. Under talented Executive Chef Andy Leong Siew Fye, The China House features an à la carte menu, unlimited Dim Sum lunch (Tue-Fri) and a Brunch Buffet (Sat & Sun) containing many signature dishes from the menu.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Riverside Terrace

Riverside Terrace

Enjoying an idyllic setting on the banks of Chao Phraya River, The Riverside Terrace offers guests alfresco dining with a beautiful view. Featuring a lavish international spread alongside Indian tandoori ovens, an open fire rotisserie and a large sushi counter, we also serve a choice of Lebanese mezze, Japanese Teppanyaki, fresh bread, fresh seafood and mouth-watering barbecued meats. Our famous dessert station boasts a variety of delicious puddings as well as decadent offerings from our flambé table.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok The Verandah
Mandarin Oriental Bangkok The Verandah

The Verandah

Featuring a wide variety of Asian and Western dishes, The Verandah elevates all-day dining to a new level. Served either indoors or outdoors overlooking the river, our à la carte menu offers fabulous dishes for any time of the day from breakfast through to late evening snacks. In addition, we also offer a wide selection of freshly baked pastries and homemade ice cream.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Ciao Terrazza

Ciao Terrazza

Drawing inspiration from the age-old traditions and culinary culture of Italy, Ciao Terrazza offers modern and light re-interpretations of Mediterranean Italian classics made with the finest produce from local markets and imported from Italy and Japan. Ciao Terrazza provides an alfresco dining experience accompanied by spectacular views of the ‘River of Kings’ and of the original Authors’ Wing façade.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Bamboo Bar

The Bamboo Bar

From its humble beginnings in 1953 in what is now Khun Ankana’s Study in the heart of the hotel’s renowned Authors’ Wing, the Bamboo Bar has grown in status and reputation to become a beloved Bangkok institution frequented by jazz lovers and A-listers from around the world, as well as Thailand’s high society, who appreciate its distinguished décor and seductive glamour. The beverage and spirits concept has been created by Mandarin Oriental’s award-winning mixologist team, with Bamboo Bar originals retaining their signature status on the cocktail list alongside classics mixed according to their original recipes. The Bamboo Bar’s newest cocktail menu is called ‘Compass’, which draws inspiration from Thailand’s five regions, celebrating each one’s distinctive tastes in food, drink and lifestyle. Guests are invited to take a liquid journey around the Kingdom from the comfort of their seat as they enjoy the country’s finest live jazz.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Kinu by Takagi

Kinu by Takagi

Chef Takagi Kazuo of the two-Michelin-starred Kyoto Cuisine Takagi brings the elevated Kaiseki dining experience to the Thai capital for the first time. His composed, delicate and expressive dishes, offering his refined Kyoto-style cuisine, known as ‘Kyo-ryori’, reflect the seasons and cultures of both Japan and Thailand. He skillfully integrates a number of local Thai ingredients alongside the finest Japanese produce. The 10-seat restaurant will offer Kaiseki dining, the sophisticated and elegant iteration of Japanese cuisine that is a true expression of culinary skill and experience. As with Omakase dining, guests leave themselves in the hands of the chef as he creates a 10-course seasonal menu that is an elegant celebration of Japanese aesthetics.

In two nightly seatings, the culinary journey starts with a welcome drink served in a Japanese-styled Minka area, before diners are led to the counter where the real theatre begins. Here they witness the chef, a true master, at work. Guests may also choose to enjoy one of Bangkok’s finest sake collections, and the dining experience concludes with a tea ceremony.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok The Authors Lounge

The Authors' Lounge

The Authors’ Lounge is located on the ground floor of the original Oriental Hotel and exudes old world charm reminiscent of the early 1900s. Turn-of-the-century style wicker furniture and hand-painted fabrics provide the perfect accompaniment to framed photographs of many of the famous writers who have stayed at the hotel since the late nineteenth century. Renowned for its traditional afternoon tea of delicate finger sandwiches, pastries, freshly-baked scones and home-made jams, The Authors’ Lounge is a truly unique setting and one of the most photographed locations in Bangkok, if not Thailand. Those looking for a small, intimate gathering may do so in one of the four private adjoining lounges.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Lobby
Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Lobby

The Lobby Lounge

The hotel also has a great gym, renowned spa with 14 treatment suites and Ayuvedic penthouse (known as one of Asia’s best), two swimming pools, two tennis courts, squash court, Thai cooking school, cultural programmes and children’s club.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Massage
Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Spa Reception


The Oriental Spa, which opened as the first city spa in Bangkok, has received numerous awards including being the only spa in Bangkok to have been awarded 5-star by Forbes. A temple of wellbeing, set in a restored century-old teakwood house, The Oriental Spa is an oasis of peace and tranquillity. Guests can discover a range of unique treatments blending traditional Thai and modern Western techniques in private rooms and suites. Guests begin their experience with a short boat ride to the Spa, which is located across the river from the hotel. They are welcomed with a cooling tea and then enjoy a private consultation that allows the therapist to tailor treatments to guests’ individual needs.

Our private Spa Suites allow guests to embrace nature in a private, healing sanctuary. Choose from a selection of treatments and time periods that suit you. All Suite Experiences include: extra time for relaxation in the luxurious and peaceful environment of your private Suite; a selection of options from our Bath Menu; and a refreshing fruit platter with an assortment of fruit juices and other beverages. Combining ancient and contemporary techniques with expert knowledge from around the world, our therapists offer treatments specially designed to meet the needs of each individual.

Our exclusive Spa Studio allows guests to enjoy customised facial treatments designed to deliver exceptional results using award-winning QMS Medicosmetics and Bastien Gonzalez renowned Pedi:Mani:Cure treatments. Advanced beauty technology by Endermologie®, which impacts all the natural mechanisms of skin, stimulating cellular activity to fight wrinkles and cellulite, whilst adapting to the needs of each skin type, is also available.


  • Ten treatment rooms with private shower and steam facilities
  • Three treatment rooms dedicated to facial therapy
  • Five speciality suites – including four with private vitality pools
  • Moroccan Rhassoul
  • Relaxation lounge
  • Spa boutique to extend your experience at home
Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Pool
Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Pool
Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Pool

Swimming Pool

We have a choice of two pools. A wading pool surrounded by cabanas for relaxing dips and a 25-metre long pool, ideal for swimming laps.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok fitness classes

Fitness Centre

Staying in shape doesn’t have to be difficult. We’ve made it easy with an excellent Fitness & Wellness Centre that offers twice daily complimentary classes, including yoga and Thai Boxing classes, state-of-the-art gymnasium and two swimming pools.

Area & Location

Area, Country
Bangkok, Thailand
Nearest Airport
Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok
Local Currency
Thai Baht (THB)
Time Change
GMT +7
Best time to go
November to February

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