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Mandarin Hotel Bangkok

By Wilbur Suen

Mandarin Hotel Bangkok is a four-star hotel, established since 1965. It recently underwent a major renovation in 2013. The hotel was totally revamped and is now managed by Centre Point.

Many travellers to Bangkok would probably stay in Pratunam for the convenience of shopping and street food. However, all these may be too much for some travellers who prefer a quiet location but at the same time still require a hotel near to major attractions such as Siam, Silom and Chinatown (Yaowarat). This is a good consideration for you because the hotel is actually just a 5 minute drive to Siam or Yaowarat (without traffic jam).

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A clean and grand welcome at the entrance.

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This hotel is actually very spacious.

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While waiting for your check-in to be done, you can help yourself to the welcome drink directly opposite the counter.

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Time to check out the rooms at Mandarin Hotel.

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The hallway is spacious but I would actually prefer the flooring to be carpeted because it can be a little noisy if the person is heavy-footed.

Deluxe Room (30sqm)

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If you have stayed in hotels managed by Centre Point Group, you will notice a familiar interior with marble floorings. It seems to be the standard configuration for hotels managed by them.

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The rooms are spacious and comes with modern fixtures!

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There is even a microwave oven in the room. Definitely a favourite for those who need to heat up their food bought from outside.

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Safebox and slippers are provided. If you require bath-robes, you will have to request from housekeeping.

And now to one of the PLUS points of this hotel!!!

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Automatic / Bidet Toilet Seats! Of the many hotels I have visited in Bangkok, this is the first time I’m seeing this, so I’m a little excited.

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You will also get a rain shower unit and also a spacious bathing area where you can even sit down.

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Breakfast Buffet

Breakfast is served at Rodjana Restaurant and I was simply amazed by the great selection of breakfast here. If I finish everything, I don’t need to have my lunch anymore!

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My must-have omelette and croissant!

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The specialty is boiled rice, have a taste of it for breakfast!

mandarinhotel-breakfast-eggstationChoose how you want your eggs to be prepared!

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So many desserts even for breakfast?

mandarinhotel-breakfast-cornflakesCornflakes just makes me feel young!

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I was fascinated by the machine producing freshly made pancakes. It churned out hot and soft pancakes!

Krua Luang Restaurant

At Krua Luang Restaurant, they are famous for their Boiled Rice (Porridge / Congee) Dinner Buffet at 350++ baht per pax.

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There are over 70 items to choose from and I personally think it’s worth the price. Do give it a try if you feel like eating porridge or something light after all the feasting.

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Don’t forget to end the meal with their Coconut Ice Cream!

Other Facilities

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A relatively large swimming pool with many sun-tanning beds.

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Well-equipped gym

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Let’s Relax Spa, located just below the hotel offering professional massage services. You no longer have to walk out to search for one.

mandarinhotel-withmanager2A group photo with the General Manager and Director of Sales.

Thank you for having me at Mandarin Hotel!

Wilbur Suen

Wilbur Suen

AroiMakMak.com is the brainchild of Wilbur Suen. He is based in Singapore but loves Bangkok so much that he keeps returning. He loves travelling, eating, technology and has high standards for them. In his free time, he will be sourcing for new places to visit so that he can document and share. Try to catch him in Bangkok eating local dishes, enjoying aromatherapy spa or chilling at a rooftop bar.

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