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Mandarin Oriental Bangkok

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Mandarin Oriental Bangkok

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For more than 140 years, travellers have followed the Chao Phraya River to stay at the legendary Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok. A luxury five-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 five-star hotel. Timeless yet contemporary, classic yet cutting-edge, our unique blend of luxury and comfort make us the ultimate Bangkok address.

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Review date:   February 3, 2018 3:17PM
Review:   The hotel is simply outstanding! The breakfast was the best, the staff always very helpful and friendly, the butlers highly trained, restaurants have very good food and service, the pool is the most comfortable and beautiful with stunning views. The location is great, since you can easily walk around or take a cab near the hotel. I went to other good hotels in Bangkok, but there is none that can beat Mandarin! The flower chandelier cannot be missed at the hotel entry. The spa was very good! If you like Thai cuisine, the Veranda Restaurant highly recommend!
Author:   Carol Resstom
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Review date:   February 18, 2018 8:13AM
Review:   Excellent service. We feel very much at home in the Oriental. Staff members are like family, they take pride in what they do and are very passionate. Yes, I do agree the rooms are a little dated but the service are impeccable. There are no other hotels that has surpass them in this area.
Author:   yvonne chan
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Review date:   March 11, 2018 11:51PM
Review:   The hotel room was tiny, mind you my husband is 6’6 tall and it was like a doll house to him! Myself I was very disappointed and wanted my husband to prove to me that this was a 5 star hotel and not a 2 star! I wasn’t sure if it was part of their culture but everything was dark and gloomy, a lot of dark brown and wooden stuff! The inroom service was good, the food was nice! The washing of clothes was cheap, so took advantage of that! The staff were very friendly! We booked a spa massage, we had to get a boat to get to the destination and the river was dirty, actually very dirty! The massage took place on the floor on a mattress, wasn’t worth it! I didn’t feel relaxed being on the floor! It wasn’t lavish to my taste! Glad to have left!
Author:   Khadija Sufi
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Review date:   January 10, 2018 5:02AM
Review:   The Mandarin Oriental is famous for its service. Indeed, the staff are well trained and faultless. But the place is getting old and tired, much like most of the guests there. It has seen better days during the Great British empire circa 1910s, where I imagined this place of grandeur must be a sight to behold. Nowadays the area surrounding the hotel is marred by an explosive growth of uninspired concrete. The older folks seemed particularly attracted to this hotel nonetheless - what with the usual glowing press reports about how great this place is - but just like the small hotel lobby, the whole property seemed somewhat dated. Personally I would have spend more nights at St Regis than here. Even the garish modern chic deco of W BANGKOK is a breath of fresh air compared to the staleness that pervades M.O. Bangkok. So why the 5 stars? It's definitely not the hardware, but the excellent software. A word of caution - dress properly. There are signs stating that flip flops, shorts and backpacks are NOT welcome.
Author:   Tropicalstorm
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Review date:   April 19, 2018 5:29PM
Review:   One of the most luxurious hotel in BKK. River view. Best restaurants. Best cigar bars. Live Jazz at night. Can easily access by cars and boats!
Author:   Sasawat Tanmanasiri
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