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Best Bangkok hotels

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Novotel Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport - Bangkok - Lounge
Airport shuttle
Free Wi-Fi
The Landmark Bangkok - Bangkok - Bedroom
The Landmark Bangkok
8.8 Very good
Free Wi-Fi
Como Metropolitan Bangkok
9.3 Wonderful
Free Wi-Fi
The Peninsula Bangkok
9.2 Wonderful
Khlong San$392+
Free Wi-Fi
The Quarter Ari By Uhg
8.8 Very good
Phaya Thai$85+
Free Wi-Fi
Conrad Bangkok
8.8 Very good
Pathum Wan$167+
Free Wi-Fi
Carlton Hotel Bangkok Sukhumvit
9.3 Wonderful
Free Wi-Fi
Amari Watergate Bangkok
8.8 Very good
Free Wi-Fi
So/ Bangkok
8.4 Very good
Bang Rak$158+
Free Wi-Fi
The Okura Prestige Bangkok
9.2 Wonderful
Pathum Wan$205+
Free Wi-Fi

Bangkok hotels near Wat Phra Sri Rattana Satsadaram

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How much is a Bangkok hotel?

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When to book a hotel in Bangkok

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Top tips for finding Bangkok hotel deals

  • If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Bangkok, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper hotels in Bangkok in September and October.
  • Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Bangkok if you stay on a Saturday. The opposite is true for, Thursday, which is usually the most expensive day.
  • Book at least 90 days before your stay begins to get the best price for your Bangkok hotel.
  • The cheapest 3-star hotel room in Bangkok found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks was $15, while the most expensive was $40.
  • How long should you stay? KAYAK users usually book their hotel in Bangkok for 9 days.
  • If you want to leave as small a carbon footprint as possible when you travel to Bangkok, consider making a reservation at the Asawin Grand Convention Hotel. This Travel Sustainable property uses eco-friendly LED lighting, renewable energy, a key card for room electricity, a recycling plan, and a food waste policy. Guests can enjoy organic and locally sourced food on the menu and water efficiency in their bathrooms.
  • Guests at the five-star Thaya Hotel Bangkok will enjoy the elegant and airy restaurant as well as the vast and well-stocked breakfast buffet. This luxurious hotel is decorated in subtle shades of white with brown accents, creating a light, pleasant, vibe throughout the property. Guests can also enjoy proximity to golf, a fitness center, and room service.
  • If you will be arriving in Bangkok from another country, consider staying at the Elegant Airport Hotel, an accommodation that has a currency exchange on site. Guests can also enjoy room service, concierge service, and 24-hour security.
  • The One Smart Living is an elegantly decorated hotel that features hardwood floors and marble accents throughout. Rooms are decorated with soft lighting, sparkling color, and chic decor, setting it apart from usual hotel color palettes and designs.
  • If you want to feel like you are in the heart of the hustle and bustle of Bangkok, consider making a reservation at The Quarter Onnut by Uhg. Guests will find themselves in the middle of Bangkok, a city that never sleeps. From the rooftop pool and deck, you can look out over the city. Other attributes of this hotel include room service, a fitness center, laundry facilities, and kids’ meals.
  • As with any metropolis, Bangkok attracts thousands of visitors every year with its floating markets, porcelain palaces, food and culture. Three-star to 5-star hotels in Bangkok promise tourists a comfortable, if not highly luxurious yet affordable, stay in the city. Some good options are Tanawadee Mansion, 48 Metro Hotel Bangkok, or Bangkok 68.
  • If your primary interest is shopping, you should consider staying in Siam, the shopping center of Bangkok. Booking a hotel in this district, like the The Sukhothai Bangkok or the Anantara Siam Bangkok, will put you near the most famous shopping malls in the city.
  • In Sukhumvit you'll find a little bit of everything, from bars and malls to cafes, day spas and several red-light districts. Staying anywhere along this lengthy street, like in Grande Centre Point Sukhumvit 55 or Adagio Bangkok, puts you in close proximity to the Skytrain, making it feasible for you to explore all of Bangkok.
  • In Khao San Road, you'll find everything from street peddlers to tattoo parlors, and cafes to boutiques. This street is known for its laid-back atmosphere during the day and its festive spirit at night. Typically popular among young backpackers, you'll find many budget-friendly hotels and guesthouses to choose from here, such as the Laksameenarai Guesthouse or the Suneta Hostel Khaosan.
  • When you visit Bangkok, you'll likely fly into Suvarnabhumi Airport, Thailand's largest international airport. There are various transportation options from Suvarnabhumi Airport to the city center, but if you prefer to stay close to the airport, a good choice might be the Miracle Transit Hotel, located 10 minutes from the airport, or the Novotel Hotel Suvarnabhumi Airport, located one mile from the airport.

FAQs when booking a hotel in Bangkok

  • Which hotels in Bangkok are family-friendly?

    If you are traveling to Bangkok with your children, look no further than the Sukhumvit Park, Bangkok - Marriott Executive Apartments. This spacious and elegant hotel offers kids’ toys, cribs, kids’ meals, a kid-friendly buffet, babysitting or childcare, an indoor play area, a playground outside, and a kids’ pool.

  • Which hotels have increased accessibility for those with limited mobility?

    If you are looking for increased accessibility on your trip to Bangkok, you will appreciate the measures taken by The Quarter Ploenchit by Uhg. This hotel provides entirely wheelchair-accessible units that include a roll-in shower and a toilet with grab rails. The upper floors are accessible by elevator. Guests can also enjoy a flat-screen TV, a kitchenette, and an infinity pool.

  • Can I find pet-friendly accommodation in Bangkok?

    The Oakwood Hotel and Residence Bangkok will allow guests to bring up to two pets for a fee per pet per night. Cats and dogs are allowed, but each must weigh less than 17 pounds. Some other features of this hotel include an on-site restaurant, a coffee shop, a bar and lounge, and room service.

  • Do any hotels in Bangkok offer outdoor spaces where I can relax?

    The Away Bangkok Riverside Kene has green spaces both inside and outside the hotel. Along the main corridor through the center of the hotel, you'll be surrounded by green shrubbery as you walk underneath a glass ceiling. The lobby is also beneath a glass ceiling and lined with trees and shrubbery. Outside, you can enjoy a zen-like pebble garden space, an open-air patio, and a lush green lawn dappled with trees and featuring bean bag chair seating.

  • What hotels in Bangkok are good for couples?

    If you are planning a romantic vacation to Bangkok, consider staying at an adults-only hotel. The InterContinental Bangkok is a luxury hotel that has rooms with hydro-massage baths and on-site spa services. The Vie Hotel Bangkok Mgallery by Sofitel is a more affordable choice that is only an eight-minute walk from the Pathumwan intersection.

  • What hotels in Bangkok have good views?

    The Baiyoke Sky Hotel, located near Pratunam, reaches 88 floors into the sky and offers breathtaking views of downtown Bangkok. Another worthy option is the luxurious SO Sofitel Bangkok in Sathorn, which has views of the city and gorgeous Lumpini Park.

  • Which hotels in Bangkok have a good terrace, rooftop, or indoor pool?

    The Grande Centre Point Sukhumvit 55 has a sunset terrace pool, where you can unwind and relax while watching the sun set over the city. The Hotel Muse Bangkok has a terrace pool and poolside bar, while the Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel has an indoor pool with a view, and the Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers Bangkok has a pool with swim-up bar.

  • Are there any good hotels near Bangkok University?

    There are a few hotels near Bangkok University. The Bts-650 hotel is conveniently located near the university and set in the Sukhumvit district. With free parking and easy access to public transportation, this is a nice option. You might also consider Boss Residence, which is located near Pratunam Market and has an indoor pool.

  • Where to stay in Bangkok?

    We've recorded a higher demand for hotels in Chinatown, Phaya Thai, and close to Pratunam.

  • What are the best hotels near Pratunam?

    Pratunam being one of the most popular landmarks in Bangkok, many travelers enjoy staying close by. The Berkeley Hotel Pratunam, Baiyoke Sky Hotel and Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok are recommended hotels on KAYAK within walking distance.

  • How much does a hotel cost in Bangkok?

    The average price of a double room in Bangkok is $69, but it varies considerably depending on location, facilities, and seasonality. In the last 3 days, KAYAK users have found double rooms for as cheap as $6.

  • Are hotels in Bangkok safe during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis?

    Hotels are safe environments for travelers as long as they properly implement sanitary measures in response to coronavirus (COVID-19). However, we recommend getting in touch with the local authorities regarding safety procedures for hotels in Bangkok. For more advice, please view our information page on what to know about coronavirus (COVID-19) and travel.

  • How much is a hotel in Bangkok for tonight?

    In the last 3 hours, KAYAK users looking for double rooms in Bangkok found 3-star hotels from $7 and 4-star hotels from $11. The cheapest room found for tonight was $6.

  • How much is a hotel in Bangkok for this weekend?

    Looking to spend the weekend in Bangkok? Here are the best deals found by KAYAK users within the last 72 hours: 3-star hotels from $7 and 4-star hotels from $12. The cheapest deal overall was for $7 per night.

  • Which freebies do KAYAK users look for when booking a hotel in Bangkok?

    KAYAK users look for a hotel in Bangkok with free breakfast. Hotels with free breakfast in Bangkok include Eastin Grand Hotel Phayathai, Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok, An IHG Hotel, and Chakrabongse Villas.

  • Which amenities do KAYAK users look for when booking a hotel in Bangkok?

    The most sought-after amenity KAYAK users looked for in their hotel in Bangkok is: pool.

  • How do I find a hotel in central Bangkok?

    After you launch a hotel search on KAYAK, you can refine your research by neighborhood, which allows you to pick the central Bangkok districts. You can also do a search using the city map to choose a specific location, like Bangkok city center.

  • How can I find hotels near me?

    Take a look at our extensive hotel map to find the best hotels near you.

  • Are there Bangkok hotels with free parking?

    There are many hotels in Bangkok that offer both parking and free parking. Popular choices among KAYAK users include Novotel Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport, The Landmark Bangkok and Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers.

Where to stay in Bangkok?

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