About Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok
Founded in 1876, this legendary resort hotel is set on the banks of the Chao Phraya River amid tranquil gardens. The bustling lobby is a primary focal point for the city’s social and business life. Two modern towers augment the atmospheric 19th-century Authors’ Wing. The renovated River Wing, reopened at the end of last year, features 347 refurbished guest accommodations (Deluxe Rooms have been expanded), three restaurants revamped to highlight local art and restored wooden furnishings, a new Japanese restaurant helmed by Michelin-starred chef Takagi Kazuo and refreshed wellness areas. Superb dining options include the two-star Le Normandie for gourmet French cuisine and seasonal Sala Rim Naam for traditional Thai food. The hotel also encompasses two enticing outdoor pools, tennis courts, a sophisticated health and beauty spa, and a children’s club, and complimentary daily fitness classes are offered.