Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok to reopen River Wing subsequent month

Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok will re-open its River Wing on November 11th, concluding probably the most intensive recovery within the resort’s 143-year historical past.

In line with the recovery of the Authors’ and Lawn Wings in 2016, the River Wing renovation has been designed to substantiate this historical resort’s place as some of the absolute best on the planet.

Newly designed guestrooms and suites and a number of up to date amenities will improve the resort’s distinctive hotel genre whilst keeping up its vintage, Thai-influenced class.

The restored River Wing’s lodging incorporates an larger choice of suites together with enlarged guestrooms with enhanced perspectives of the Chao Phraya River.

Lord Jim’s, the Verandah and Riverside Terrace eating places together with the resort’s foyer had been stylishly renewed, with many authentic options restored and re-instated.


As well as, the resort has a brand new Eastern Kaiseki-style eating place, Kinu by means of Takagi, the primary eating place in Thailand by means of Michelin-celebrated Chef Takagi Kazuo of Kyoto Delicacies Takagi in Japan.

The valuables’s two iconic swimming swimming pools have additionally been re-landscaped to offer further leisure spaces and cabanas.

“All through its 143-year historical past, Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok has been an icon of this colourful town.

“The River Wing renovation is a shocking supplement to the Authors’ and Lawn Wing refurbishment and has been meticulously designed to recognise the valuables’s heritage whilst making sure our endured place as some of the global’s mythical inns,” stated Greg Liddell, common supervisor of Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok.

“All of the workforce is keen about handing over bespoke Mandarin Oriental carrier and heat Thai hospitality. We’re thrilled to finish this recovery, and to welcome our visitors again ‘house’ to Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok,” he added.

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