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Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok: Review

Where Luxury meets Great Hospitality

The Rooms

The rooms are done up tastefully with a subtle Thai influence. The deluxe rooms particularly offer a beautiful view of the Chao Phraya River and it is pretty therapeutic to watch how busy the Chao Phraya River gets through the large windows. The Rooms feature traditional teak furniture which is both comfortable and functional. There is a separate work area, a seating area and an in-room interactive entertainment system that allows you to create your own favourite playlist. There is even a bedside button for your private butler! If you are a fan of the lemongrass fragrance, do spend some time soaking in the huge bathtub with the hotel’s exclusive bath gel.

The Oriental Spa

is the first spa to open within a hotel property in Bangkok. The spa provides an all-encompassing spa experience that couples traditional Thai holistic teachings with contemporary philosophies and creates a harmonic ambiance that is both nurturing and rejuvenating.

Located alongside the Chao Phraya River far away from the city’s din, the Oriental Spa is housed in a classical Thai-style 4-storey building made from golden teak wood. There are 14 private rooms that promise relaxation and renewal right from the time you step in for your massage.

The Oriental Spa offers a new Digital Detox Retreat, which encourages guests to use their visit to the spa as a chance to disconnect and re-evaluate their relationship with technology. On arrival at the spa, guests will be asked to surrender their phones, thus removing online distractions, and will be encouraged to fully relax during a calming Digital Detox Retreat treatment.

This 60-minute experience focuses on grounding both body and mind through the power of human touch and is designed to provide a calming and soothing respite from the stress of the outside world.

If the breakfast at The Verandah is the perfect way to start the day, a relaxation massage will be the perfect end to a day after all the shopping and sight-seeing is done.


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