Welcome to the lifestyles of the crazy rich Bangkokians. 

 

Bangkok welcomes yet another ultra-luxury condominium, this time with sweeping views overlooking the Chao Phraya River.

The new Residences at the Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok stand alongside the super-luxury riverside mall IconSiam (which opened last November) and the official grand opening was Aug 14. A joint venture between IconSiam Superlux Residence Corporation Ltd and Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, the 52-story, B11-billion development features 146 waterfront rooms—with two and three-bedroom options ranging from 130 sq-meters to 230 sq-meters—and swanky penthouses ranging from 380 sq-meters to 710 sq-meters. Word has it that almost all of the 146 rooms are already purchased, with tenants ready to move in. 

For a fully-furnished room, prices range from an eye-watering B550,000 per sq-meter for a two-bedroom apartment to B750,000 per sq-meter for a seven-bedroom penthouse. Ready to do the math? The cheapest (127.87 sq-meter two-bedroom) apartment available? B70.3 million. The most expensive 707.28 sq-meter penthouse? A jugular B530.4 million. The development’s selling price has surpassed 98 Wireless by Sansiri, Bangkok’s most expensive condo in 2017, with 120 sq-meter units starting at B70 million. 

Mandarin Oriental’s residences are world-renowned, and the facilities here are nothing short of impeccable. The fourth and fifth floor feature a River Clubhouse, which includes an outdoor river terrace with sunbathing deck and cabanas, an infinity pool and jacuzzi overlooking the river, a poolside barbecue terrace, a private fitness and wellness studio, as well as a virtual game room and children’s playground. Meanwhile, the Sky Pavillion on the 36th floor houses a library, lounges and other functional rooms. 

Thanks to the interior work of Hong Kong’s award-winning designer Joyce Wang, residents can expect to find sumptuously decorated rooms with gleaming Italian marble, fully custom-designed furniture and fixtures, sought-after limited-edition antique pieces and artisanal crafts sourced from around the world. Throw in celebrity neighbors, and it’s like living in the pages of socialite magazines. 

If that’s not enough to make residents feel like royalty, owners will also enjoy exclusive international benefits including an invitation to Mandarin's Elite Programme, which provides 24/7 concierge service, VIP recognition when shopping at IconSiam, and worldwide privileges at every Mandarin Oriental hotel—like upgraded rooms, and complimentary continental breakfasts for two. 

This is Mandarin Oriental hotel’s first residential development in Southeast Asia, and its seventh in the world including buildings in New York, London, Honolulu and Macau. 

 


Exterior
 


Ground floor reception

 

Lounge on the 36th floor


Master bedroom


Infinitiy pool on the 4th floor