The Mandarin Oriental

18 Jun, 2009

The Mandarin Oriental – Home Away From Home for the Stars

The Mandarin Oriental

Touted as one of the world’s most luxurious hotels, the Mandarin Oriental in Bangkok overlooks the beautiful Chao Phraya River. Blended a long history with contemporary décor and modern technology, it is popular place to stay while in the city. In operation for over 130 years, the central location and beautiful surroundings make it a popular place to stay.

The many different rooms and suites at the hotel have been the temporary home to many famous people. Sigourney Weaver, Liam Neeson and Dennis Hopper have all enjoyed the beautiful accommodations here. Rooms are available in several different sizes as are multiple suites. All rooms are beautifully designed with gorgeous teak wood and traditional and sumptuous Thai Silk. Fresh flowers and fruit are served daily. Each room comes with a personal butler. Many of the rooms have been renovated recently. A beautiful combination of modern Thai décor and elements from the hotels long history are blended together.

The Mandarin Oriental includes a full service spa. It is located directly across the river from the hotel and is housed in a golden, carved, teak house. The award winning spa includes fourteen suites that offer Ayurvedic treatments and remedies as well as traditional spa treatments.

There are nine different restaurants and lounges available to choose from. Fine French cuisine, excellent seafood, traditional Thai cuisine, wood oven pizza and more are available at the various restaurants. The lounges offer a full selection of liquor and wine in comfortable and relaxing settings.

Business meetings are easy to plan, with a professional staff to assist you. There are multiple meeting rooms equipped with the latest technology as well as several ball rooms. The Mandarin Oriental is a beautiful place to hold a wedding. The décor and professional staff make weddings or other formal events seamless and fun.

The Mandarin Oriental

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