Mandarin Oriental Signs Deal for 146 Residences in Bangkok, Thailand

Travel News Asia Videos Podcasts Latest Travel News Asia Thursday, 30 October 2014

Mandarin Oriental has signed an agreement to brand and manage 146 residences that will be developed as part of a mixed-use project on the Chao Phraya River.

Situated diagonally across the river from Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok, the residences will be managed by the hotel.

The development, which will be known as IconSiam, is set on a 20-acre site and is scheduled for completion in 2018. It will comprise retail, a waterfront promenade with a variety of attractions, and private apartments.

The overall project is being developed by a joint venture partnership between Magnolia Quality Development Corporation Limited, Siam Piwat Co., Ltd. and Charoen Pokphand Group.

IconSiam will consist of multiple buildings, one of which will house the 52-storey Residences at Mandarin Oriental, featuring 146 apartments, ranging in size from 132 to 690 square metres. All the residences will offer views of the Chao Phraya River and the city skyline.

Residents will have access to a variety of leisure facilities, including a sky lounge with an extensive library, meeting rooms and secluded dining space. A private Residents Clubhouse with river views will offer an outdoor infinity-edge lap pool as well as a childrens pool. There will also be a fitness centre together with golf simulation, games and media rooms, plus additional dining facilities and car parking.

This spectacular project will become the new heart of the Chao Phraya River, and is destined to be a globally recognized landmark for Bangkok, said Ms. Tipaporn Chearavanont, Chief Executive Officer of Magnolia Quality Development Corporation Limited. We look forward to creating the citys most luxurious residential offering that will be complemented by Mandarin Orientals exceptional services.

Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok, Thailand, Residences, Magnolia

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