Anthony Tyler appointed GM at Mandarin Oriental Bangkok - Insights

Anthony Tyler appointed GM at Mandarin Oriental Bangkok


Anthony TylerMandarin Oriental Hotel Group has announced the appointment of Anthony Tyler as General Manager of Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok.

Mr. Tyler is no stranger to the hotel, having worked at the iconic property in 1998 as Assistant Director of Food and Beverage. From there, he held senior positions at leading properties across Europe, Asia, the Middle East, North and Central America, gaining extensive experience in operations and management.

Prior to taking on this new role, he was General Manager of the award-winning Mandarin Oriental, Guangzhou, where he was instrumental in positioning the hotel at the forefront of the market and before that, was Hotel Manager at Mandarin Oriental, Shanghai.

Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok recently concluded the most extensive restoration in its 144-year history, which has reconfirmed the historic hotel’s position as one of the best in the world. Newly designed guestrooms and suites and a variety of updated facilities have enhanced the hotel’s unique resort style while maintaining its classic, Thai-influenced elegance.

A British national born and raised in Switzerland, Tyler speaks English, French, German and Spanish. He said “Returning to Bangkok to take this prestigious post is an absolute honour. I am delighted to be working with each and every member of this passionate team and look forward to continuing to delight our guests with the levels of service excellence for which Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok is renowned across the globe.”

About Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok

Built in 1876 and ideally located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, Mandarin Oriental, has been delighting guests ever since. The 331-room hotel has been an inspiration to a host of world-renowned writers from Joseph Conrad, Somerset Maugham to Wilbur Smith and John le Carré, after whom many of the suites are named. The property presents 11 restaurant and bar choices, from traditional Thai cuisine to two-Michelin starred French fine dining at Le Normandie. Private teakwood shuttle boats provide daily access to The Oriental Thai Cooking School, Sala Rim Naam and Terrace Rim Naam, the hotel’s Thai restaurants, award-winning The Oriental Spa and Fitness & Wellness Centre located across the River; as well as the nearest sky train station (Saphan Taksin) and IconSiam, Thailand’s latest mix-used complex, shopping mall, and home to The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok.

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