Mandarin Oriental

Type
Location

How to get there

  • Reserve the Mandarin Oriental limousine to collect you from the airport.
  • Travel by helicopter to the River City Helipad where your limousine awaits.
Make a Reservation

Consistently garnering global recognition as one of the best hotels in the world by international publications, Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok is a legend in its own right.

Built in 1876, The Oriental, as it was then known, was the first luxury hotel in the Kingdom of Siam. Beginning with Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and Joseph Conrad during the late-nineteenth-century, the legendary hotel has welcomed numerous heads of state, captains of industry and a host of world renowned writers and celebrities.

In 2016 the hotel has completed a comprehensive renovation of the historic Authors’ and Garden Wings. Designed to significantly enhance the facilities and services of this award winning hotel, the renovation has restored the historic heart of the property to its original splendour. Here the delicate balance of staying true to its heritage and preserving the mystique of a bygone era while remaining sensitive to customers’ evolving needs, has been the key to the hotel’s success for many decades.

Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok boasts an international reputation for splendid service, style and grace and facilities including nine restaurants and bars. The hotel’s private teakwood shuttle boats provide daily access to the world famous Thai Cooking School, the hotel’s Thai restaurant, the award-winning Oriental Spa and Health Centre located across the River; as well as the nearest BTS Skytrain station (Saphan Taksin).

How to get there

Travel by limousine

Mandarin Oriental provides limousines for airport transfers and chauffeured travel around the city. Contact Reservations to arrange collection from the airport or book your car with the concierge.

Take the BTS

Bangkok’s Skytrain system connects the airport, river, shopping centers and markets. Take the Skytrain to Saphan Taksin station on the Silom Line. It’s a short walk to Sathorn pier to transfer to the hotel's free shuttle boat.

Hop on the shuttle boat

Sathorn Pier has three piers, one for public and tourist ferries and two for hotel and Asiatique. A free shuttle boat leave Sathorn hotel pier to Mandarin Oriental regularly. Staff at the pier will assist.

Flag a taxi

Bangkok taxis come in many colours and usually plentiful. Insist on using the meter and you will not find them expensive. In addition to the flag-fall and meter charge, you will need to pay the highway tolls.

Explore Categories

Choose a category to explore

Choose a pier

Choose a type of venue

Choose an option

Choose a location