Situated along the legendary Chao Phraya River is Mandarin Oriental’s first branded residential development in Southeast Asia, The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok, a tranquil haven amid the bustling and grand ICONSIAM development.
Mandarin Oriental’s seventh residential project in the world features design that exudes refined sophistication and epitomises both luxury and the utmost comfort. The 52-storey architectural façade’s graceful lines touch on the classic flourishes of Thai culture, inspired by a soothing boat journey along the neighbouring Chao Phraya river. The elegant new property has breathed new life into an already-bustling part of the city and set a new standard for modern luxury.
When guests and residents enter The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok, they will immediately be transported from the urban environs of the city into the calm spaces of the magnificent property, which was designed by award-winning, world-renowned interior designer, Joyce Wang. Amazonia marble and custom-embroidered artwork detailing the Chao Phraya river create a sense of place, and the chic slate and marble accent walls create a serene and calming atmosphere. Arrivals will also be greeted with exquisite artwork in the lobby and reception area, including a carved natural stone sculpture, an ode to the riverbed and enamel artwork, chiseled with precision to reveal golden threads, a reference to fisherman’s netting.
The unparalleled levels of personalised service for every resident will ensure that their every need is met, and the benefits of being associated with such a luxurious and award-winning hotel will be felt every day. A unique benefit of ownership includes an exclusive invitation to Mandarin Oriental’s Residence Elite Programme, providing 24/7 Residence Concierge service, worldwide privileges when staying at any Mandarin Oriental hotel and VIP recognition when shopping at neighbouring ICONSIAM retail outlets.
On the fourth and fifth Floor, guests will find facilities such the River Terrace (outdoor lawn area with a sun-bathing deck and cabanas), Golf Simulator, Virtual Game Room, Outdoor Infinity Swimming Pool, a Jacuzzi and more. Joyce Wang’s iconic design can be felt and seen throughout these floors with suspended shelves housing a collection of objects d’art. There is also a light-filled lounge with an open kitchen and dining room on the fourth floor.
The jewel of The Residences’ public spaces sits on the 36th Floor. Divided into intimate alcoves, the Sky Pavilion offers residents an extension of their living room, replete with a marble fountain for staging cocktails, gourmet snacks, and fresh juices. Here, guests will find the The Oriental Salon (formal lounge), Siam Salon (function room), and the Lotus Business Suite.
Meanwhile, The Library contains an extensive selection of books and an island work bench with low-level table lamps. Accessible from the Sky Pavilion through full height sliding walls, The Library is another space where residents can gather.
A sense of home and community can be felt throughout all the spaces of this remarkable property, which marks the seventh of these super-luxurious residences operated by Mandarin Oriental in the world, and the very first in Southeast Asia.