Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok

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Why we like it

  • World famous hotel renowned for the many writer's that have stayed
  • 'Resort style' with riverside setting offering a retreat from vibrant Bangkok
  • Extensive Thai spa

A&K Top Tip

If choosing the Mandarin Oriental Bangkok, we recommend the State Room. The balcony offers excellent river view with the room itself panelled in teak with traditional Thai style furniture.

Guest Testimonial

In Chiang Mai we were met by Aung, who was also lovely and took care of us very well. Once again I am so glad that you recommended the 137 Pillars House, it was perfect and I would have happily stayed there some more days.

- IP, Algarve



The Mandarin Oriental is arguably the most famous hotel in Bangkok. Its history stretches back 130 years and remains the hotel of choice for visiting world leaders and celebrities.

The hotel sits on the bustling Chao Phraya River and is the only place to stay with facilities on both banks of the river. Guests are ferried back and forth by a traditional Thai style Junk. Virtually every room offers excellent views of this bustling archery. Unusual in most big cities, the hotel's riverside location, gardens and pools give the hotel the air of a resort, perfect for an extended stay after a long flight or as a base to return to after experiencing the fast paced vibrancy of Bangkok.


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Best time to be there

November to March. April is often the hottest month of the year, and also the month of the celebratory 'Songkran' festivals. May to October is the rainy season, with short bursts of rainstorms refreshing the green paddy fields once more.

Fly to

Bangkok (British Airways/Qantas/Eva Airways/Thai Airways)

flying time

11 hours 30 minutes non-stop

time difference

GMT +7 hours

Visas

Not required for UK passport holders

Health Requirements

Yellow Fever certificate if arriving from an endemic area

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