Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok

Address: 48 Oriental Avenue,Charoenkrung, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the บางรัก area of Bangkok, is near Chinatown, Rajawongse Clothier, The Marble Temple (Wat Benchamabopitr), and Kamthieng House (The Siam Society).
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsMandarin Oriental, Bangkok

      Reviewed by never2late


      Reviewed Mar 15, 2014
      by (12 reviews) Portland , United States Flag of United States

      Lobby and River Terrace drinks & snacks

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      River View
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      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by jamesfranklin

      "The Best!"

      Reviewed Nov 8, 2011
      by (1 review) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      One of the best hotel i have EVER stayed in .

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Historical Traveler Reviews Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok

      First class!


      The oriental is the true definition of a 5 star hotel ! everything was perfect.

      Book the hotel limosuine service and you will arrive comfortable and relaxed. You will realise that it's worth every penny when you get into the airconditioned car with refreshments and chilled hand towel, as you drive past the massive queue of tired and stressed backpackers waiting for a cab outside the airport !!

      This was truely a memorable stay with great service and total luxury. With everything being paid for in US dollars we found that when we coverted back to sterling the cost was about £200 / per night (but this includes all room service, dinner, drinks, transfers etc !)

      Would recommend you try the sunday brunch in the authors lounge !

      Best Service, unbeatable location


      My husband and I honeymooned here before jetting off to Bali. I can't say enough about the service at the hotel. I don't know how, but after we checked in, the concierge desk always addressed us by our name. One day, it was raining, and as we were walking out to meet our guide at the valet, one of the bellhops ran over with 2 umbrellas. The amount of care and detail the hotel pours into the service at this hotel is astounding. The food options are plentiful and truly outstanding. They have French, Chinese, and obviously, Thai restaurants. One restaurant has Thai dancing in the evenings during dinner, and it is truly an amazing show. Fresh fruit in our room every day, and a bottle of wine upon arrival. The service was truly fantastic without being annoying. Please, please, make sure you visit the spa. Husband and I had side-by-side massages in our own private massage room. They also have a Thai Cooking school on-site. I took a class one morning and it was fantastic. We cooked 3 dishes, and got to eat them all, keep the recipes, and meet other people. I really can't say enough about this hotel. And the location on the river is spectacular. Very very close to Peninsula and Shangri-la, and the hotel's boats can shuttle you there for dinner. This place was very warm and inviting. We will be back!

      Best in the world


      Having stayed in many nice hotels around the world, I have to admit that the Oriental is definitely the best hotel I have ever seen. The rooms are really nice (and so many flowers), ours had a river view which is definitely a plus. The riverside restaurants are amazing, listening to the live music while enjoying the somptuous bufftet dinner and watching the boats of the Chao Praya will remain one of our bests dining experience ever (with the rose champagne brunch of the Ritz Carlton in Shanghai, the amazing NY Grill on top of the Park Hyatt Tokyo and the canal restaurants of the Danieli and the Gritti in Venice). The staff is amazingly friendly and helpful (the floor butler runs to call the elevator for you!). To be honest what makes you feel well at the Oriental is that despite the (No backpackers/ no sandals/ no shorts) sign at the entrance, nobody seems to stare coldly at people as they do in European luxury hotels (I am sure everybody understands what I mean) I remember at Park Hyatt Milan, nobody seemed to notice us until I called a guy to tell him we had a reservation... maybe because we actually are 25 years old travellers with backpacks.

      Wonderful in Every Way


      We have been to Bangkok many times and each time we say we want to stay at The Oriental. This time we did and we're sorry we waited this long. The service is perfect, the food at its restaurants excellent, and the room--it was a serene haven in a busy city. The price was excellent as well especially for the quality of service we received. Don't miss an opportunity to stay there!

      For the mass


      All of the guests seem to be from some sort of american package tour. The food looked and tasted terrible. The menu is said to be made by Alain Ducasse (the Parisien Cook) but it's not even close to what he is serving in Paris. I have had much better experiences in the Sukhothai. A much more beutifull hotel in a very stylish oriental setting, with very good service.

      A perfect place to stay and eat outside in Bangkok


      We stayed for 4 nights in the Oriental. Everything was perfect- I never had a hotel room like that, every small detail was perfect and the butler was very friendly. The whole staff was very friendly. Even though we wanted to eat somewhere else than in the barbecue restaurant, we actually had dinner there 4 times!! It was great food for a good price and sitting at the terrace of Oriental was wonderful. We definitely want to stay at the Oriental the next time we`ll go to Bangkok.

      Simply the Best


      I've just returned from a 4 night stay at the Oriental and it was fantastic.

      The staff are the best in the world. I've stayed at the Peninsula Hotel, Bangkok, which was good but doesn't come close to beating the Oriental.

      The care and attention given to the guests at the Oriental is second to none.

      The Best in the World


      Without question the best hotel I have ever stayed at in the world. Impeccable service, spectacular setting, outstanding food--the very best of everything. If you have the chance do not under any circumstances miss it.



      Nothing compares to this hotel. It manages to combine unrivalled service with a touch of history. We stayed only one night, which was too short a time. The Shangri La, next door, comes close in terms of comfort and has slightly bigger rooms, but the Oriental beats it for the sheer brilliance of the experience of staying there.

      A word of it's own.


      I have been in various 5 star hotels, but "The Oriental "has to be the best I have ever set foot in.

      Completly renovated, the rooms are spacious and very accomodating, beautiful bathroom, all have breathtaking view of the river.

      Various resturants to choose from but the most reasonably priced is the barbacue by the river.

      From the care taken in ironing your shirts ,to the full -size table they bring you in room breakfast, you realize that over one hunderd years experience in hotel managing is not a thing you find everywhere.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok

      5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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      Wats up in Bangkok

      A travel blog entry by yoni on Apr 26, 2007

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      April 26, 2007
      Christian and Duang's party last night was great. We both had a good time and we are paying for it today. But there are a few sights we have to see before we leave Bangkok. Irina still wants to see the Emerald Buddha and the Reclining Buddha. This time we take the BST to the Saphan Taksin station and walk a very short distance …

      Phuket to Bangkok

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      Made it to our hotel by 1 o'clock and we are impressed with location, quality and view. Off for an afternoon boat tour of the river and canals, with a stop at the Dawn Temple. It's in the mid nineties at least. Back late afternoon for some iced Starbucks drinks and then a quick dip in the hotel's strategically placed pool. Later we head out for a …

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      A travel blog entry by ryemm on Sep 04, 2014

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      Conference today was even better, good speakers and complimentary food token to go mad in the canteen with! Chomp chomp. Met up with my boss and went to a few sessions together. Made sure I took lots of leaflets and handouts so it looked like id been doing more than just eating! I then met up with Ruth again and we got glammed up to go to the …

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