May 14, 2013
As much as we like shiny new hotels and seeking out the latest places to lay our heads when we're traveling, there is something about hotels that have seen the years come and go, withstood trends rushing in and passing just as quickly, and over time been woven into the very fabric of a city.
That's why we sought out Mandarin Oriental Bangkok recently, one of the city's oldest luxe hotels, having had its place on the banks of the Chao Phraya River since 1876 that's more than a hundred and thirty years of history. Specifically, we headed to the Author's Lounge, so named in honor of the various literary greats that have
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