Mandarin Hotel Bangkok

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

662 Rama IV Rd, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand

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93%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
15%
9
Very Good
57%
33
Average
19%
11
Poor
0%
0
Terrible
5%
3

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 44% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families83
  • Couples77
  • Solo50
  • Business50
  • markbank's Profile Photo

    GOOD HOTEL

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    I THINK THIS HOTEL GOOD BECAUSE MANY FACILITIES HERE LIKE All room centrally aircondition, self dial telephone, multichannel music, refrigerator and color T.V. with satellite movies and news in every room.

    Here also had shopping arcade, Foreign Currency Exchange Tour and travel desks Transportation Service Full telex and international communication facilities Business Center for business travellers Multi-storey car park.

    Unique Quality: Prestige Continental Grill room (Gaddi's Grill), 24-hour Coffee Shop (Krua Luang), 24-hour Room Service, Pub, Restaurant (Martino Lounge), Swimming Pool at poolside terrace (but not big) and also welcome fruits and drink on arrival day.

    Breakfast with various choice and cool...

    Directions: located at the junction Rama IV rd and Sipraya Rd,,,,also close to Metro station Sam Yam

  • muratkorman's Profile Photo

    Nice location for shopping

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    I stayed in this hotel during my short stay in Bangkok. The room was comfortable. The staff was friendly and helpful. The breakfast was nice. It also has a small swimming pool, but I wasn't impressed with that. The most important quality of this hotel is the location. From/to the airport, taxi cost me around 300 Baht using the highway to reach to/from the hotel. To reach Grand Palace, I paid 75 baht and to reach MBK, taxi cost me 40 Baht. There is also a big temple very close to Mandarin hotel. It is worth visiting too.

    Unique Quality: The location of Mandarin Hotel is very close to MBK. For those who would like to do some temple visits and some shopping during a short stay, this hotel may be a good alternative.

  • johnbradshawlayfield's Profile Photo

    Hotel, Mandarin

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    I liked this hotel. It was cheap, a 4 star hotel, the rooms were comfortable, the food was good and also that during my stay, few other Indians had come to stay here.

  • RoyJava's Profile Photo

    Basic, Midrange, Luxury

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    We stayed at the Mandarin Hotel because of a good deal we got in Holland for the "Executives", that was great! Basic, Midrange or Luxury, ... we just had a luxury stay. In fact the ***Mandarin hotel, a business-oriented one, is in the heart of Bangkok at Rama IV Rd. That is close to Siam Square and MBK, and not that far from Silom and Pat Pong. SkyTrain is close by and plenty of taxis in front of hotel ...
    ... it is NOT Mandarin Oriental!

    Unique Quality: AC rooms with colour, satellite TV (UBC), fridge, phone, and great bathroom with hairdryer. Room service is 24 hrs. and laundry same day, 24 hrs. Coffee Shop, too! Try home-made cookies, are delicious. oow,... the guys and dolls were so friendly! Ehm... meaning the Hotel staff ...

    Directions: Centre of Bangkok

  • Durfun's Profile Photo

    Right in the heart of bustling Bangkok

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    A very pleasant experience. Gorgeous & sumptuous receptions, lovely restaurants & cafes, good boutiques, very clean throughout, spacious, good rooms & bathrooms. Nice, well-maintained swimming pool & fitness room.

    Excellent location, 4 minutes walk to Sam Yan MRT underground station, 15 minutes walk to Hualampong Mainline station.

    10 minutes walk to Patpong area for the markets. Silom (MRT) is another 2 minutes from there, and Sala Daeng BTS skytrain another 2 minutes away. If you keep going straight from Silom after about 8 minutes you reach Lumpini Night Market, a lot more orderly than Chatuchak, which is a lot farther.

    From Rama IV if you head straight north, MBK, Siam Square are about 15 minutes walk.

    Unique Quality: Amazing buffet breakfasts. Whatever you can think of, they had here, both hot & cold!

    Tremendous value for money. 3-star rated but better than many London 5-stars!

    Pretty attentive staff, safe deposit boxes, several themed restaurants, coffee lounges, large reception rooms.

    Can host functions for upto 1500 guests in just 1 huge room!!

    Central, yet quiet location, away from crowded markets and touts.

    Directions: From Hualampong station take Rama IV & turn right towards Si Phraya, then right again. You will see the old wing of the hotel on the right, in front of you. It's at the corner of Si Phraya & Rama IV.

    4 minutes walk from Sam Yan MRT underground.

  • Tara2001's Profile Photo

    Good value hotel

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    The service was fantastic. We were checked in quickly and our bags were brought to our rooms for us. The room was massive, although we had 2 single beds and we had requested a double. There is 24 hrs room service and it was all reasonably priced.

    Unique Quality: This hotel had a very nice swimming pool, they provided towels and there is bar service.

  • Good Value For money

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    This hotel is good value for money, i only paid 2000baht for a twin room (with discount, usual 2600 baht for twin room). It is within 5-10 mins walk fm Papong and within 10-15mins walk to MBK. More ever, it is located across the street from the underground train. There is a temple there as well, which has nice architecture and is big.

    The hotel has a swimming pool, comes with complimentary international breakfast, which is not that great, but satisfatory. The hotel staff is helpful. The bathroom is clean, and the room has a fridge, tv and dressing table. the only bad thing is the air con takes quite a while to cool the room and is not cold enough.

    Directions: Sam Yam MRT station, exit beside the temple and cross the road.

  • yellowbell's Profile Photo

    Hearty Breakfast and Good Location

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    Don't expect a new hotel but Mandarin is big, has souvenir shops and foreign exchange counters and best of all it's near MBK, a department store that offers goods at low prices, and Patpong (haven't visited that though).

    We had a hearty breakfast not only consisting of cereals, breads, fruits but also rice and viands.

  • Away from the hustle and bustle.

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    We arrived at the hotel very early in the morning and checked in but was told we would have to wait until our room was available. We had to wait what seemed like hours and were only able to get a coffee from one cafe within the hotel as the rest were shut. Eventually we were able to get into our room which was large with big windows from which there were great views across the city. It had all the usual things you would expect from a decent hotel (the inside of the hotel was quite beautiful), en-suite, mini-bar, t.v with satellite. There was a swimming pool on the ground floor(outside) which didn't look very inviting, small and in a shaded area with leaves etc, floating on the surface. The meal we had that evening was very nice, wonderful service but a bit pricey compared to other places in Thailand but I guess that's cities everywhere. Breakfast was buffet service and there was a huge choice to suit all tastes. You could hire a taxi right outside the hotel.

    Unique Quality: Good size comfortable rooms.

  • TravelChick67's Profile Photo

    FABULOUS!

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    WONDERFUL!

    This hotel is first class, naturally. We booked a special package in the Garden Wing at $299 a night in 1999. We had a 2 level room with a small breakfast nook, 24 hour butler service, etc.

    There isn't much need to go into details. This is a 5 star hotel and that's what you'll get.

    Unique Quality: The chandelier was so pretty! Drops of colored class in between clear crystal. Very nice.

    This was definately a splurge. We don't normally spend this much but it was our special hotel for the trip and I was doing the spa day, etc. and we were having Thanksgiving dinner at Lord Jims. It was just wonderful.

  • wufei's Profile Photo

    The Mandarin Bangkok

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    The Mandarin Bangkok Hotel provides an oasis of comfort and courteous hospitality right in the heart of bustling Bangkok.

    Whether you are visiting for business or pleasure, they offer first class facilities of international standard that assure you a most pleasurable stay. At the same time, their attentive service is classically Thai so you may fully appreciate the true experience of the "Land of Smiles.".

    The Mandarin Bangkok Hotel's welcome begins as soon as you step into the cool, spacious Lobby where the opulence of the surroundings is matched by the ease and convenience of practical needs.

    For wining and dining, the Mandarin Bangkok Hotel has a choice of restaurants where you may relish a selection of cuisines from spicy Thai to gourmet continental or round-the clock coffee shop favourites. Bar and nightspots are equally varied.

  • keeweechic's Profile Photo

    The Mandarine

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    The rooms were very comfortable and service from the housemaids was very prompt when I needed it. Every effort was made to make you feel welcome.

    There is a shopping arcade there as well. I was quite impressed.

    Unique Quality: .

  • keeweechic's Profile Photo

    My Hotel - A Pleasant Surprise

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    The Mandarin Hotel is where I stayed on my first visit to Bangkok some years ago. They have recently renovated their 400 rooms and suites. There is a choice of restaurants and a round the clock coffee shop. It was a handy walk to a large department store and other shopping.

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The Mandarin Bangkok

by sunny_koh

Hi, has anyone stayed at this hotel before? Are they any convenience store nearby? Are Suam Lam Market and MBK within walkable distance? Which are the nearest Skytrain and subway? Thanks.

RE: The Mandarin Bangkok

by DarkRay

Location wise, Mandarin is a little "off". But there is a 7-11 nearby and it is close to Sam Yan Subway Station (M.R.T.A.). MBK is like a 15~20 minutes walk away. To go to Suan Lum Night Bazaar, just take the subway till Lumpini Station.

Hope this helps.... :-)

RE: The Mandarin Bangkok

by sunny_koh

Thanks for the reply

Comments (1)

  • Oct 17, 2013 at 2:35 AM

    Just newly renovated, we stayed there during second week of October 2013.
    Everything is new so you can't complain much. :-)
    The hotel is very near to Sam Yan MRT line as well.
    If you are not lazy you can even walk to MBK.
    I love staying there.
    Just to remember to check which direction you are going before you take taxi as the road in front of Hotel is lead straight to express way.
    So the best is to walk down towards the junctions of MRT station to take the taxi from the direction that you want to go...
    Enjoy staying.

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Address: 662 Rama IV Rd, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand