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Hotels in Bangkok

Hotels in Bangkok

We could tell you how busy and bustling the capital city of Bangkok is, but you already know that. It’s a city that never sleeps, so it’s important that you find the right hotel whether you’re here to party, to shop, to work or to rest – it’s a playground for travellers in Thailand. Here are the best areas for shopping, for families, for nightlife, and for finding authentic pad thai!

Khao San Road & Rattanakosin

Budget hotels and hostels draw the backpackers into the Khao San Road every year, and there’s a wide variety of places to eat, drink and shop in the area too. You’re also closeby to the river, and attractions like Wat Bowonniwet and the Democracy Monument. Rattanakosin refers to the area southeast of the Khao San Road, which happens to be much more popular with those not “into” the party scene, and instead offers some splendid examples of 18th century architecture, the Grand Palace and Wat Pho. There are fewer hostels here, but the 4 star hotels are still cheap in comparison to prices in other countries. 

Siam Square 

The BTS Skytrain Station is often considered the centre of Bangkok, surrounded by layers of shops from the high-end outlets to the budget boutiques in the MBK Mall. This is Bangkok’s commercial backbone, so if you’re here on business the shiny new hotels are perfect for that purpose. Likewise, you can also find a great hotel for staying in on an overnight shopping trip, or if you have to use the Skytrain during your trip. 

Yaowarat & Pahurat

Whilst Bangkok is generally a colourful city, this is the most diverse neighbourhood with the famous Chinatown, a variety of different expat communities and a wide choice of markets offering up tasty street food. This is just south of Rattanakosin, and whilst there aren’t many options for accommodation here, you can be guaranteed they will be cheap. 


By day, Silom is Bangkok’s financial district. By night, it becomes a mecca for the backpackers on Khao San, the expats in Bangkok and the Thai locals as the clubs and bars open up. It’s also home to modern, big name hotels and a view more affordable, chain options, but this is place to stay for partygoers and professionals. 


Sukhumvit is on the other side of Siam Square, and it has a few attractions that you may have seen appear in “The Hangover” film series – so it’s not entirely family-

orientated. However, there are suites and plush hotels if you do want to enjoy this side of Bangkok.