Shanghai Mansion Bangkok

Summary

You will find pure elegance and opulence within Bangkok’s historic Chinatown at Shanghai Mansion. Modelled after Shanghai in the 1930s, the building originally housed Bangkok’s first Chinese opera house in 1908. Awe-inspiring with extraordinary interiors, the opera was frequented by members of the Thailand Royal Family before it was reincarnated as Thailand’s stock exchange and textile trading centre. In 2005 Burasari Group transformed the former opera house into the beautiful artistic boutique hotel it is today. Shanghai Mansion is rich and vibrant with imperial furniture, inspired by its original Art Deco flair, and provides the perfect place to lay-low in Thailand’s capital city. 

Highlights

  • Situated right in historic Chinatown
  • Unique décor modelemodelled Shanghai in the early 1900s
  • Live music on Shanghai Terrace and occasionally in the lobby
  • Complimentary scheduled tuk tuk shuttle to many major attractions

Location

Bangkok, Thailand

How to get there

Fly to Suvarnabhumi Airport a journey of around 11 hours on a direct flight. Upon arrival transfer approximately 40 minutes by road to the hotel.

Best time to go

Bangkok can be visited throughout the year. However, the cooler dry season runs from early November to the end of March, but April is the hottest month.

The monsoon season runs from June to October.

Our thoughts

Shanghai Mansion is one of the best luxe boutique properties that you will find in Bangkok. Once you step into the hotel from Chinatown, the hotel atmosphere and decor really will transport you to old Shanghai.  When you walk in the enchanting live music in the lobby and incredible service will certainly make you feel like a VIP.


  • Complimentary wi-fi
  • Complimentary tuk tuk shuttle to major attractions (by schedule)
  • Range of meeting rooms – from the parlour to the ballroom
  • Spa
  • Zen courtyard
  • Butler service available to guests staying in the Ying Hua Deluxe Rooms and the Mu Dan Suites
  • Water garden with lucky fish pond
  • Live music in the lobby and the Shanghai Terrace
  • Wedding ballroom & wedding or engagement photography packages 

Red Rose Restaurant – The Red Rose will take you on an epicurean journey through time, delivering simple and traditional Chinese foods that entreat the senses. Chinese whiskeys and plum wine will round out the meal.

Cotton’s Breakfast Restaurant – Begin your day with a healthy and delicious breakfast, overlooking Yaowarat Road. Perk up as sunlight floods through tall, arched windows and you sip on a cup of coffee or espresso. The restaurant serves a continental buffet and offers a la carte options with both western and traditional Chinese options.

Shanghai Terrace – Relax and indulge in live jazz music and you get your fill of drinks at the open-air Shanghai Terrace, which attracts visitors from all over the city. Here, you can enjoy views of the iconic Yaowarat Road. 

Take a break from the bustle of Bangkok in the comfort of your room, decorated with a contemporary and youthful update, yet furnished in an old-world style. Rooms are equipped with free unlimited Wi-Fi, TV and DVD Player. The complimentary mini-bar is re-stocked once, daily, and there are facilities to make tea and coffee. Relax in the provided bathrobe and slippers. 

  • Mei Hua Superior Room (single or twin bed)
  • Ying Hua Deluxe Room (2 adults)
  • Mu Dan Suite (2 adults, 1 child)
  • Family Suite (2 adults, 2 children) 
  • Live music at the Shanghai Terrace
  • Sightseeing, near to: Chinatown, markets, Leng Buai La shrine and more
  • Shopping
  • Nightlife
  • Complimentary tuk tuk shuttle to major attractions (by schedule) 

Family suites are ideal for families with 2 adults and 2 children, while the Mu Dan suite can accommodate 2 adults and 1 child. 


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