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Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Completes River Wing Renovation

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The Mandarin Oriental Bangkok has completed a comprehensive renovation of the 338 rooms and suites in its popular River Wing.

 All accommodation has been redesigned in a classic contemporary style by the renowned design firm Lim, Teo and Wilkes (LTW), combining modern facilities with the group’s oriental heritage and Thai culture.

Each room now employs state of the art guest centric in room technology, which includes PC and iPod connectivity, LCD televisions and a complete surround sound audio system.

 Remaining faithful to the hotel’s legendary hospitality and service standards, River Wing guests can also enjoy private butler service.

Guests who wish to arrive in style, can book one of the hotel’s new BMW 7 Series 730Ld business sedan limousines.

 The addition of the Room Service menu to the limo service, now allows guests who arrive at the hotel after 10:00 p.m. to place a dining order prior to check-in should they wish to do so.

“Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok has long been recognized as a pioneer in the hospitality industry and continues to provide legendary service and elegance combined with state of the art technology and innovation.” said General Manager Jan Goessing. “We look forward to introducing guests to our beautiful River Wing rooms.”

Room rates at the Mandarin oriental, Bangkok start from around US$ 389++ (US$ 458 nett).

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