Feb 21, 2019 - Feb 22, 2019
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Where to Stay in Bangkok
A thriving metropolis offering everything from authentic street restaurants and vibrant bars to high-end shopping and dining, Bangkok is a place of endless opportunity. Discover the best things to do in Bangkok. Further afield from the capital travelers can look forward to breathtaking natural scenery and many exciting outdoor opportunities.
Budget travelers will find countless hostels and hotels offering cheap accommodation, while the city also boasts the very finest hotels if you’re looking for somewhere upscale. Find out the best Bangkok hotels to suit every budget.
Old Bangkok Hotels
Experience the vast cultural heritage of Bangkok yourself in its large center which includes the historic Rattanakosin district, known as ‘Old Bangkok’, which is home to many of the city’s most famous sightseeing attractions such as the Grand Palace.
This affordable hotel is just a short stroll from some of Bangkok's top sights such as the Wat Pho temple.
Enjoy a stay at this boutique hotel lavished with timeless colonial décor in a convenient central location.
An exclusive boutique hotel overlooking the river, the Arun Residence is well worth the splurge.
The Sukhumvit district is one of Bangkok’s higher-end areas that is popular with both locals and tourists with its quality restaurants, bars and clubs. Despite its exclusivity, it is possible to find many budget hotels in Sukhumvit if you are on a budget.
The Bodega Bangkok offers many great attractions in itself including music and an outdoor terrace that sets it apart from other budget hotels.
A large and centrally-located hotel boasting its own pool on the roof, the Ambassador Hotel offers an ideal blend of value and quality.
A world-class hotel in the heart of Sukhumvit, the Compass Skyview Hotel boasts everything from a private helipad to its own night club.
Khao San Road Hotels
Known as the backpacker district of Bangkok, Khao San Road borders Old Bangkok and is known for its thriving bars and clubs as well as its cheap accommodation. During the day the area is also busy as it boasts a variety of shops and authentic Thai restaurants.
The Dang Derm Hotel is a cheap option for travelers and even comes with its own outdoor pool.
2. Buddy Lodge
Located right on Khao San Road, Buddy Lodge is a favorite mid-range hotel with all kinds of travelers.
If you’re looking for quality then the Nouvo City Hotel is one of the district’s most luxurious with a rooftop pool and spa available.
Love or hate it, Bangkok is an epicenter of Southeast Asia and Thai culture that must be experienced! Whether you choose to stay in the backpacker center of Khao San Road or avoid it at all costs, there's plenty to do, see, and soak up in the Thai capital.
Great for nightlife, beautiful beaches, exciting food, people...a place for every budget.
Bangkok is my all time favourite big city scene. There’s so much to do all the time. You can go anywhere so easily with their transportation options. The culture is like nothing I have ever experienced. The food scene is like nothing I’ve ever experienced. And the city it FULL of attractions, from malls, to historical sites, to temples, to food. The best city of all.
nice infastructure good food. temples shopping night life beaches much more....