Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok
Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok
Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok
Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok
Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok
Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok
Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok
Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok
Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok
Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok
Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok
Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok
Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok
Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok
Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok

Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok

48 Oriental Avenue, Bangkok 10500, Thailand

Price from USD 650

“Heritage landmark on the River of Kings”

In the middle of the 19th century, Thailand’s first luxury hotel emerged on the banks of the Chao Phraya River to provide a haven of rest for travelers to Bangkok. Today, the hotel continues this heritage, with 11 restaurants and bars including Bamboo Bar ranked #35 on the world’s 50 Best Bars List, two swimming pools, the Oriental Spa (the only Forbes 5 star spa in Thailand) and legendary hospitality honed to an art form in the 140-plus years the hotel has been open. Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok has been revamped in recent years, including a full overhaul of the River Wing completed in 2019, but fans will be delighted to know the heart and soul of the grand dame is still ​very much intact.

Best time to visit : All year

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What we Love

  • Rooms in the fully renovated River Wing are enlarged, and all feature stunning river views
  • ​Palpable sense of history and place in The Authors’ Wing
  • Varied choice of dining experiences, including two-Michelin-starred French gastronomy, traditional afternoon tea, and a buzzing jazz bar
  • The serene experience at The Oriental Spa, a world away from the bustling city streets of Bangkok

  • Rooms
  • Dining
  • Leisure
  • Location
  • The Insider

331 Rooms and Suites

For more than 144 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, the hotel enjoys a reputation for style, service and excellence. A haven of calm on the banks of the river, Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok is a truly remarkable hotel. This iconic hotel has reopened the River Wing following the largest renovation in its 144-year history. This stunning transformation has further enhanced the accommodations and facilities in this iconic hotel, while maintaining its classic, Thai-influenced elegance and unique resort style.

Room Facilities

  • Butler service
  • HD LED Smart TV with digital movies
  • Bluetooth speakers
  • Broadband high-speed internet access
  • Refrigerators and mini-bars
  • Luxury tea and coffee making facilities
  • Clothes steamer
  • 530-thread count linen
  • Ploh luxury goose down bedding
  • Silk bathrobes
  • Fresh fruit and flowers
  • Biodegradable and glass water bottles

Need to Know

Check-in 15.00 / Check-out 12.00

Deluxe Premier Room
Deluxe Premier Room
  • 2 Adults, 1 Child
  • 43 sq. m.
  • 1 King or 2 Twins
  • River and City

These new category 43 sq. m. rooms are in the River Wing and each boasts a large sofa to relax and enjoy river and city views. Décor is inspired by life on the Chao Phraya river, with wooden floors and Thai touches such as teak furniture and beautiful Thai silk fabrics, while a selection of prints from the hotel's rich collection of artworks adorn the walls. Both king and twin beds are available.

Deluxe Balcony Room
Deluxe Balcony Room
  • 2 Adults
  • 37 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • River and Poolside View

Each of these rooms boasts a private balcony on which to relax and enjoy views of the bustling river life and the pool. With floor-to-ceiling windows, wooden floors, rugs and furnishings inspired by nature, soft natural tones and Thai décor, these 37 sq. m. rooms add to the overall resort-style ambience.

Mandarin Room
Mandarin Room
  • 2 Adults, 1 Child
  • 63 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • Partial River and City View

The ideal choice for guests looking for more space, these large 63 sq. m. rooms incorporate a spacious seating area with a sofa and dining area overlooking both the city and river through floor-to-ceiling windows. The décor is light and cheerful with soothing aqua and gold tones balanced with a selection of furnishings upholstered in the finest Thai silks, along with a king-size bed swathed in luxurious linen. The room also features a spacious vanity area and walk-in closet.

State Room
State Room
  • 2 Adults, 1 Child
  • 61 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • Full River View

Entered via a teak-panelled hallway, these rooms are richly decorated in traditional Thai style with dark wooden furnishings and brightly colored Jim Thompson silks. In the bedroom of these 61sq. m. rooms there is a seating area furnished with a comfortable sofa and dining table. Large floor-to-ceiling windows open to a spacious balcony from where guests can enjoy wonderful panoramic river views.

Deluxe Suite
Deluxe Suite
  • 2 Adults, 1 Child
  • 83 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • River and Poolside View

These 83 sq. m. suites feature a spacious living area with a large sofa and beautiful wooden floors. Decorated in Thai silks in warm tones, the separate living and dining area offers a peaceful setting for relaxing while also allowing privacy. The bedroom features a dressing and sitting area with a large walk-in closet while the bathroom features Italian marble with double vanities and a separate shower and bath.

Deluxe Two Bedroom Suite
Deluxe Two Bedroom Suite
  • 4 Adults
  • 125 sq. m.
  • 1 King or 2 Twins
  • River and Poolside

These two-bedroom Deluxe Suites are ideal for families and overlook the pool and river. To offer a better experience, after renovation, these suites have been extended from 95 sq. m. to 125 sq. m. Guests can relax and unwind on their private balcony with a seating area, or in the living area that offers separate sitting and dining sections for family and friends to enjoy.  The master bedroom has a dressing and sitting area with a large walk-in closet, while the bathroom features Italian marble and a separate shower and bath.

Junior Terrace Suite
Junior Terrace Suite
  • 2 Adults, 1 Child
  • 97 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • River and City

These new categories are ideal for long-staying guests, these large 97 sq. m. junior suites feature a stunning 17 sq. m. terrace that overlooks the river and city. The suites combine a spacious open-plan living area with a large sofa and armchairs, a writing desk and a dining table seating up to five. It is decorated with wooden floors throughout and accented with rugs and prints from the hotel's art collection inspired by the Chao Phraya River.

Authors Suite
Authors Suite
Authors Suite
  • 2 Adults, 1 Child
  • 101 sq. m.
  • 1 King or 2 Twins
  • Full River View

Individually designed, each suite pays tribute in name and ambience, from color scheme and antique decorations, to one of the celebrated authors who have stayed at the hotel. After renovation, they have been enlarged from 92 sq. m. to 101 sq. m. Located in the River Wing, all feature floor-to-ceiling windows and a balcony that directly overlooks the river - perfect for relaxing and watching river life. Each suite has a spacious sitting room, a bedroom that features a dressing and seating area and a large Italian marble bathroom and walk-in closet. This iconic suite category kept the same name, except the authors suite ‘Kukrit Pramoj’ that has been renamed the ‘Adisorn Lodge’.

Deluxe One-Bedroom Theme Suite
Deluxe One-Bedroom Theme Suite
  • 2 Adults, 1 Child
  • 83 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • River and Poolside

These new category with inspired by historic ships of the 1800s that sailed and traded in Bangkok, these 83 sq. m. suites are located on the 16th floor and offer river views and a private 6 sq. m. balcony with seating. Each suite features a spacious living area with a large sofa, wooden floors and a dining table. The large bedroom has a dressing area with a walk-in closet. The bathroom features Italian marble with a walk-in shower and separate bathtub.

Deluxe Two Bedroom Theme Suite
Deluxe Two Bedroom Theme Suite
  • 4 Adults
  • 125 sq. m.
  • 1 King and 2 Twins
  • River and Poolside View

These new category two-bedroom suites on the hotel's top floor feature a 6 sq. m. balcony offering views of the river. Inspired by historic ships of the 1800s that sailed and traded in Bangkok, these 125 sq. m. suites are ideal for watching the boats of today passing by. Home to a large sitting area, a dining table and an additional powder room, these suites are ideal for friends or families travelling together. The bedrooms are comfortable and spacious with a dressing area and walk-in closet.

Premier Suite
Premier Suite
  • 2 Adults, 1 Child
  • 108 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • River facing overlooking the French embassy

These new category spacious 108 sq. m. suites overlook the French Ambassador's residence, with breath-taking views of the Chao Phraya River, a private balcony and sitting area. Elegantly decorated, the Premier Suites have wooden floors in the living and dining areas, complemented perfectly by rugs and prints from the hotel's art collection that are inspired by the ‘River of Kings’. The bedroom features a subtle orchid theme, a dressing and sitting area and a walk-in closet.

Premier Two-Bedroom Suite
Premier Two-Bedroom Suite
  • 4 Adults
  • 150 sq. m.
  • 1 King and 2 Twins
  • River facing overlooking the French embassy

These new categories with large 150 sq. m. suites offer breath-taking river views and are ideal for families who desire additional space and luxury. The separate living area offers both privacy and comfort with a large sofa and a dining area for five guests. The elegant suite features wooden floors in both the living and dining areas, with river-inspired rugs and artefacts, as well as prints from the hotel's art collection. It also has a private balcony with sitting area.

Siam Suite
Siam Suite
  • 2 Adults
  • 107 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • River and City

Furnished with Thai antiques from Chiang Mai, magnificent Persian carpets and a varied art collection, this Thai-styled suite is beautifully appointed and eminently comfortable. Large floor-to-ceiling windows open out over the river, flooding the rooms with light, while a carved lotus cornice is one of many authentic local touches. The suite features a separate living area, as well as a dining area for five guests. It also has a private balcony with a seating area overlooking the river. After renovation, the suite has been optimized for two persons instead of four persons. In this sense its size has been reduced from 130 sq. m. to 107 sq. m., and the room has been redesigned to offer a more spectacular river and city view from the 16th floor.

Selandia Suite
Selandia Suite
  • 4 Adults
  • 169 sq. m.
  • 1 King and 2 Twins
  • River and City

This two-bedroom suite is named after the famed ship (The Selandia) that in 1912 was the world's first diesel-powered ocean-going ship and completed its maiden voyage from Copenhagen to Bangkok. The Selandia suite is beautifully decorated in hues of pale ivory against a background of hazy blues and rich scarlets. Furnished with silk throughout, every detail from brass-cornered tables to plush seating exudes luxurious elegance. It features a large living and dining area and two balconies. To enhance its home-like and warm atmosphere, the size of the suite has been slightly reduced from 185 sq. m. to 169 sq. m. with a better design, optimizing the stunning river and city view this suite offers.

Chao Phraya Room
Chao Phraya Room
  • 2 Adults
  • 35 sq. m.
  • 1 King or 2 Twins
  • River and Garden

Located in the Garden Wing, these rooms, with either a flat or split-level layout, offer a residential ambience. The rooms are the epitome of classic elegance with a colonial-inspired contemporary interior design that reflects the hotel’s unique heritage and Thai culture. The 35 sq. m. rooms also enjoy floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the river and garden. Originally named ‘Garden Room’, these rooms preserve the legendary legacy of the Garden Wing as the ‘Chao Phraya Room’ after renovation.

Chao Phraya Suite
Chao Phraya Suite
  • 2 Adults
  • 83 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • River and Garden

These spacious 83 sq. m. suites, located in the Garden Wing, have either a flat or split-level layout, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows and a balcony overlooking the Chao Phraya river and gardens. The suites feature a colonial-inspired contemporary interior design to reflect the hotel’s unique heritage and Thai culture. A separate lounge with dining area is offered alongside a luxurious bedroom and large marble bathroom with separate bathtub, walk-in shower and walk-in closet. Originally named ‘Garden Suite’, these suites preserve the legendary legacy of the Garden Wing as the ‘Chao Phraya Suite’ after renovation.

Ambassador Suite
Ambassador Suite
  • 2 Adults
  • 173 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • River and Garden

Located in the original Oriental Hotel, this unique 173 sq. m. suite exudes luxurious sophistication with beautiful views from a private Victorian-inspired glass conservatory. Lavishly decorated in shades of green and white to exude state grandeur, this expansive suite has two living rooms for ultimate relaxation. The master bedroom connects to a second guest bedroom making it ideal for families while the bathroom comes complete with rain shower and walk-in closet.

Oriental Suite
Oriental Suite
Oriental Suite
  • 4 Adults
  • 376 sq. m.
  • 1 King and 2 Twins
  • River

This stunning two-bedroom penthouse has played host to royalty and heads of state and offers amazing full river views with a wrap-around 57.6 sq. m. terrace. Decorated with Thai silks, it also features teak floors and Persian carpets. The spacious living room has multiple sitting areas and a private dining room for 12 guests, in addition to a full kitchen that is ideal for entertaining. The master bedroom is spacious and stylish, furnished with antiques and a unique pineapple canopy bed. This remarkable suite has seen its surface extended from 295 sq. m. to 376 sq. m. after renovation and has been brightly completed with its own entertainment room to fulfil everyone’s pleasure.

Royal Suite
Royal Suite
  • 2 Adults
  • 306 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • River and Garden

Our jewel in the historic crown is the 306 sq. m. Royal Suite designed to suit official and security needs of discerning guests. It offers private access, meeting, fitness and spa facilities, as well as additional bedrooms to accommodate family and entourage. It is decorated in sumptuous royal colors of purples and yellows that juxtapose with white marble and crystal chandeliers for an ambience of classical but understated elegance.   

Le Normandie
Le Normandie
​When it opened in November 1958, the Tower Wing, now known as the Garden Wing, was regarded as an architectural masterpiece as it was one of Thailand’s tallest buildings. Atop the building was Le Normandie Grill, a long opulent room featuring a Norman-style chimney-piece topped by two rampant lions, the emblem of Normandie. Then the restaurant underwent a complete transformation in 1969, to become Le Normandie – Bangkok’s first fine dining restaurant. Le Normandie, and its Chef de Cuisine Arnaud Dunand Sauthier received 2 Michelin Stars in the inaugural Michelin Guide, Bangkok 2018, 2019 and retains its 2-star status in 2020 edition.
Lord Jim's
Lord Jim's
Boasting uninterrupted views of the river, this seafood and prime cut grill is a local institution and one of Bangkok’s most beloved places to meet. By night, Lord Jim’s transforms into a more relaxed and vibrant setting with an à la carte menu of sharing plates, sustainably-sourced fish and prime cuts of meat cooked over the wood-fired grill.
KINU by Takagi
KINU by Takagi
Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok brings ‘Kyo-ryori’ cuisine to the Thai capital for the first time with the opening of KINU by Takagi, the latest addition to the hotel’s award-winning portfolio of restaurants. Under the helm of Chef Takagi Kazuo, who also owns the two-Michelin-starred Kyoto Cuisine Takagi in Ashiya, Japan, the 10-seat KINU by Takagi serves refined Kyoto-style cuisine in a traditional Japanese ‘Kaiseki’ multi-course dining experience. 
The China House
The China House
A stunning, two-floor colonial-style residence has been transformed into The China House, an avant-garde restaurant inspired by the vibrant Art Deco period of 1930s Shanghai. Within this striking setting guests can enjoy classic Chinese cuisine in a refined atmosphere, while the delicious weekly dim sum menu, as well as a weekend buffet brunch, both have a loyal following. 
Sala Rim Naam
Sala Rim Naam
Located across the river from the hotel, Sala Rim Naam is housed in a richly-decorated pavilion and offers a menu of outstanding Thai cuisine. A lavish Thai buffet lunch is served daily and guests can also enjoy a gourmet set dinner menu accompanied by the city’s most spectacular cultural performance and dance shows.
Terrace Rim Naam
Terrace Rim Naam
Located directly opposite the hotel on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, Terrace Rim Naam offers an incomparable al fresco dining experience. The à la carte menu features a selection of authentic Thai dishes where award-winning Chef Pom weaves in her own unique twists, creating remarkable and distinctive Thai dishes. Her mastery of technique and approach result in distinctive and rarely seen Thai dishes that use only the finest seasonal ingredients.
The Verandah
The Verandah

The Verandah's relaxing haven elevates all-day dining through a wide variety of western and Asian dishes, including much-loved Thai classics such as Pad Thai.

Overlooking the Chao Phraya River, guests can dine outdoors or indoors and choose from a generous buffet breakfast through to a full à la carte menu, available throughout the day. Freshly-baked pastries and homemade ice cream are just some of the temptations on offer for those after a sweet treat.

Riverside Terrace
Riverside Terrace
Riverside Terrace sits on the banks of the famed Chao Phraya River, offering guests outside dining and the chance to watch life go by on the ‘River of Kings’ and chefs working at their interactive food stations. A lavish BBQ is prepared in front of guests. House-smoked meats, fresh seafood, open-fire rotisseries, tandoori ovens and buffet stations add to the mouth-watering selection of dishes.
Ciao Terrazza
Ciao Terrazza
Drawing inspiration from Italy’s age-old traditions and culinary culture, Ciao Terrazza offers modern and light re-interpretations of Mediterranean Italian dishes. At the heart is the fiery oven where artisanal pizzas are prepared, offered alongside authentic pastas and risottos, all of which are crafted with the finest produce imported from Italy and from local markets. Ciao Terrazza offers al fresco dining accompanied by spectacular views both of the ‘River of Kings’ and the original Oriental Hotel façade. At the chef’s table, groups of up to four people can watch the chefs at work from an air-conditioned area overlooking the kitchen. The menu can be tailor-made or enjoyed à la carte.
The Authors’ Lounge
The Authors’ Lounge
The Authors’ Lounge is located on the ground floor of the original Oriental Hotel and exudes old-world charm reminiscent of the early 1900s. Turn-of-the-century-style wicker furniture and hand-painted fabrics provide the perfect accompaniment to framed photographs of many of the famous writers who have stayed at the hotel since the late nineteenth century. Renowned for its traditional afternoon tea of delicate finger sandwiches, pastries, freshly baked scones and home-made jams, The Authors’ Lounge is a truly unique setting and one of the most photographed locations in Bangkok, if not Thailand. Those looking for a small, intimate gathering may do so in one of the four private adjoining lounges.
The Bamboo Bar
The Bamboo Bar

From its humble beginnings in 1953, The Bamboo Bar has grown in status and reputation to become a beloved Bangkok institution frequented by jazz lovers from around the world.

The iconic spot was Bangkok’s first jazz venue and retains a 1950s ambience. Drinks and cocktails are crafted by Mandarin Oriental’s award-winning mixologist team, including their signature cocktails alongside a ‘Compass’ cocktail menu which draws inspiration from Thailand’s five regions. Live bands and internationally renowned singers perform nightly (except Sunday).

Swimming Pool
Swimming Pool
There is a choice of two swimming pools reserved exclusively for the relaxation and recreation of hotel guests, open from 6am to 8pm. A wadding pool surrounded by cabanas for relaxing dips and a 25-meter long pool, ideal for swimming laps.
The Oriental Spa
The Oriental Spa
The Oriental Spa is housed in a restored, century-old teakwood house and offers an oasis of peace and tranquillity where guests can discover a range of treatments that blend ancient rituals with modern Western techniques. The Oriental Spa is the only spa in Bangkok to have been awarded 5 stars by Forbes Travel Guide.
Fitness Centre
Fitness Centre
The state-of-the-art Fitness Centre has everything you need for a total body workout with aerobic machines, weight training facilities, sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi. The hotel also offers personal training sessions.
Tennis Courts
Tennis Courts

Guests can enjoy two floodlit tennis courts between 6am – 10pm daily.

Should guests wish to have a tennis partner, they can arrange through the Fitness & Wellness Centre. Tennis rackets and balls can also be provided.

Tak Bart (alms giving to monks)
Tak Bart (alms giving to monks)

In Thailand the morning ritual of giving alms to monks, known as “Tak Bart” in Thai, has a long tradition. This practice has been a part of Thai culture for centuries. Although it persists in cities, it is far more prevalent nowadays in the countryside. Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok invites guests to participate in the “Tak Bart” ritual and enjoy a truly authentic local experience. Simple yet meaningful, the act of giving alms is a heartwarming way to start one’s day.

Muay Thai
Muay Thai
The Thai martial art known as Muay Thai (Thai boxing) has more benefits than simply physical exercise. It also has centuries of tradition behind it. Guests who wish to embrace Thai culture through wellness are encouraged to try a private Thai boxing class conducted by a former Thai boxing champion. Afterwards, guests will release their muscle tension and be pampered in the award-winning Oriental Spa with a specially designed Muay Thai Massage, inspired by the martial art. The hotel's spa therapist will provide guests with Thai boxing body oil, which is used by Thai boxers to heal their muscle pain.
Thai Cooking Class at The Oriental Thai Cooking School
Thai Cooking Class at The Oriental Thai Cooking School

To delve even deeper into Thailand’s food culture, guests might want to sign up for a Thai Cooking Class at The Oriental Thai Cooking School. It was the first Thai Cooking School in Thailand. The master Thai chef promises a fun-filled educational (and flavorful) experience, beginning with a visit to a morning fresh market, where guests will learn more about local vegetables and produce. A Thai herbs orientation will also be provided at the herbs terrace at the cooking school. Guests will learn the right (and wrong) ways to prepare authentic Thai cuisine, while receiving insightful tips from our Thai master chef.

Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok

Unique urban resort feeling on the banks of the Chao Phraya River. A short walk from the hotel to the area creative art district area and the city’s famous skytrain to access the international shopping which is ICONSIAM. Only a short boat ride from the breathtaking Grand Palace, temples, and flower market.

48 Oriental Avenue, Bangkok 10500, Thailand

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Anthony Tyler
Anthony Tyler
General Manager

Anthony Tyler joined Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok as General Manager. A British national who grew up in Switzerland, Tyler speaks English, French, German and Spanish. Prior to joining Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok, Tyler was a General Manager of Mandarin Oriental, Guangzhou and previously Hotel Manager at the award-winning Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai. Tyler began his career in the hospitality industry in 1995 and has held senior positions at leading properties across Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and North and Central America.

ICONSIAM
ICONSIAM
ICONSIAM is Bangkok’s largest shopping destination located on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River. It combines the best of Thailand’s retail stores and entertainment within one place.
SookSiam at ICONSIAM
SookSiam at ICONSIAM
Visit Sooksiam at Iconsiam to witness the cultural heritage of all the four regions of Thailand, capturing their arts, handicrafts, performing arts, and local wisdom. Enjoy regional specialties from crafts, foods, beverages, or services that are unique to that region.

SookSiam truly unique is its authenticity. The specialties stalls have been carefully handpicked from the villages across Thailand. Each stall conveys extraordinary stories from multi-generational legacies that are rooted in their respective local communities.

Because of this, the destination has an emotional dimension that comes from the lives and stories behind everything presented at SookSiam. It is a very moving experience because it honors the heritage of so many great people who have been a living part of Thai culture and of Thainess. 

Baan Pad Thai
Baan Pad Thai

This relaxed yet fashionable restaurant specialises in ‘Pad Thai’ – one of Thailand’s most famous dishes. The team here have turned this much-loved street-food dish into a gourmet dish, in which they use a ‘secret’ 18-ingredient sauce.
Address: 21-23 Charoen Krung Soi 44.
Open daily from 10am to 9pm.

Sarnies
Sarnies

This restaurant/café, set within an old shophouse, offers the perfect brunch. Not only is the coffee they serve amongst the best in town, but they have added an Asian twist to classic brunch dishes – their eggs benedict with tom yum hollandaise sauce is one of our favourites!
Address: 101 Charoen Krung Soi 44.
Open daily from 7am to 4pm.

Supanniga Eating Room
Supanniga Eating Room

This collection of Bangkok eateries has captivated the hearts and stomachs of locals and expats. Lively, yet casual and with their latest opening being just around the corner from the hotel, diners flock here to try dishes made from long-lost recipes that have been passed down through the generations. 10, 12 Soi Charoen Krung 38. Open daily from 11:30am to 2:30pm and from 5:30 to 11pm.

JUA
JUA

Tucked away down a side street and within walking distance of the hotel is this modern izakaya, yakitori Japanese restaurant. Situated in the heart of the ‘Creative District’, JUA combines the spirit of Osaka’s backstreets with the vibrant energy and laidback soul of Bangkok’s old town. 672/49 Charoen Krung 28. Open Monday to Saturday from 6pm to midnight and on Sunday 6pm to 10pm.

Bo Lan
Bo Lan

Whilst there are hints of modernity in their cuisine, the chefs Bo and Lan remain true to royal recipes. With emphasis on sustainable and organic ingredients from artisan producers, their menu is full of exquisite flavours for guests to enjoy in a villa setting.
Address: 24 Soi Sukhumvit 53.
Open for lunch Thursday to Sunday from noon – 2:30pm and for dinner from Wednesday to Saturday from 6pm to 10:30.

SAAWAAN
SAAWAAN

SAAWAAN is a MICHELIN-starred fine-dining Thai restaurant located in the heart of Bangkok. Chef de cuisine and owner Aom serves a seasonal 10-course tasting menu with each dish representing a technique or concept commonly found in traditional Thai cooking.
Address: 39/19 Soi Suanplu, Sathorn Road.
Open for dinner every day from 6pm to midnight.