Situated on the Chao Phraya River, all homes at The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok offer unparalleled city views. Residents will enjoy exclusive access to Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok's legendary service, holistic spa and unsurpassed restaurants. Elegantly designed and thoughtfully appointed, The Residences provide an urban sanctuary in the heart of a bustling city.

Residence Amenities


  • A dedicated team of full-time Mandarin Oriental trained staff including a 24-hour concierge, valet, maintenance, housekeeping and security to manage your daily life
  • Signing privileges at the hotel
  • Property management capabilities of a global five-star hotel group, including rapid response, repair requests, and artisan recommendations
  • Pre-arrival and "away from home" maintenance available
  • Access to Residences Elite programme
  • Exclusive sky lounge with library and private dining facilities
  • Private fitness & wellness studio with steam room and sauna
  • Golf simulator & virtual game room
  • Outdoor infinity swimming pool & jacuzzi; poolside barbecue terrace and river terrace; children's pool, playroom and playground

Hotel Amenities



  • Home to outstanding restaurants: Le Normandie, Lord Jim's*, Sala Rim Naam, Terrace Rim Naam, The China House, The Riverside Terrace*, The Verandah* and Ciao Terrazza (*Closed from 1 March - 30 September)
  • Traditional afternoon tea at The Author's Lounge and signature pastries at The Mandarin Oriental Shops at Gaysorn, Emporium, Siam Paragon and Central Chitlom
  • Fine cigars and relaxed atmosphere in our sophisticated Cigar Lounge


Spa & Wellness

  • 15 treatment rooms & suites
  • State-of-the-art Fitness Centre with an array of group classes as well as one-on-one trainings
  • Two outdoor tennis courts, functional training room, aerobics/yoga room and a jogging track
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Featuring 146 of the world's most luxurious waterfront residences ranging from 130 to 710 square metres. Each residence features unobstructed views of the surrounding 4,600 square metres of gardens and the Chao Phraya River.