Wondering where to stay in Bangkok? As one of the most mature tourist destinations in Southeast Asia, the Thai capital is far from having a shortage of Bangkok hotels, accommodations, and places to stay.
From boutique and luxury hotels in Bangkok to serviced apartments, guest houses, and hostels, you can surely find a good match regardless of your budget. When making a Bangkok hotel booking, you can search Agoda Bangkok hotels and TripAdvisor Bangkok hotels to name a few.
Depending on your itinerary and preferences, you can also base your search on area: hotels near Bangkok airport, Bangkok resorts, riverside hotels in Bangkok, and new hotels in Bangkok. To help you out, here are the average price points of popular Bangkok accommodations around the city, arranged from highest to lowest:
$100-$200 per night: Lap of luxury
For $100 a night, you can expect the very best from one of these ultra luxurious 5 star hotels in Bangkok. With complete amenities, ideal locations that are some of the best areas to stay in in Bangkok, and more often than not, amazing views, book any of these places if you want to relax in some of the best hotels in Thailand and be pampered and treated like royalty.
- The Siam Hotel Bangkok: Set on the Chao Phraya River in the historical district
- The St. Regis Bangkok: Rooftop pool in the Pathum Wan District
- Hansar Hotel Bangkok: For the boutique traveler
- Grande Centre Point Hotel Terminal 21: Hotel in Sukhumvit, Bangkok’s CBD connecting to Terminal21 mall
- The Landmark Hotel Bangkok: Amazing views, near all city’s landmarks and BTS skytrain
- Hotel Muse Bangkok: Boutique Hotel in the city centre, near Central Embassy & the business districts of Siam & Sukhumvit
- Lebua at State Tower: Lavish suites, breathtaking views, fine dining and iconic rooftop bars; voted ‘#1 in Thailand’ by guests like you in the Condé Nast Traveller Reader’s Choice Awards.
- VIE Hotel Bangkok: Luxury boutique hotel near the Ratchatewi BTS Skytrain
- Praya Palazzo Hotel: Elegant villa by the Chao Phraya River
- Centre Point Hotel Pratunam: On Petchburi Road right across from Platinum Fashion Mall and Pantip IT Plaza.
$80-$100 per night: Boutique & 4 star
Giving the best places to stay in Bangkok a run for their money are these 4 star hotels in Bangkok. These Bangkok hotels are still luxurious, without having the excessive price tag of the former category, and can still be classified as some of the best hotels in Bangkok.
Boutique hotels in Bangkok with well-designed interiors and complete amenities, these lovely picks are ideal options for honeymooners, friends in the mood to splurge, and short business stays.
- Chateau de Bangkok: 5-minute walk from Ploenchit BTS Skytrain
- Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok: Located in trendy Sukhumvit within walking distance of Asoke (BTS) Skytrain
- Emerald Hotel Bangkok: Just off the Ratchada Night Bazaar!
- Dream Hotel Bangkok: Rooftop pool and spa!
- Arnoma Hotel Bangkok: In the heart of Siam’s shopping district
- Radisson Suites Bangkok: Rooftop swimming pool and great massage service!
- Montien Hotel Bangkok: In town for business
$60-$80 per night: Mid-range comfort
This bracket of Thailand hotels are in the mid-range of prices. 3 and 4 star hotels, you can still expect high quality rooms, friendly service, and a good location, but amenities such as a pool and gym and other complimentary services may be hard to come by.
They would compete with top hotels in Bangkok in terms of price point relative to quality; an excellent option.
- Viengtai Hotel: In the middle of historical, old Bangkok
- Hotel Royal Bangkok: Chinatown, anyone?
- Hotel de Bangkok: Pratunam shopping street bound
- Narai Hotel Bangkok: Our pick in Silom
- Eastin Hotel Bangkok: Between downtown and the old town!
$40-$60 per night: Affordable privacy
Cheap hotels in Bangkok, Thailand aren’t hard to come by, and these 3 star budget hotels in Bangkok are proof. Rooms may be smaller, the hotel in general also may be on the compact side with less staff to cater to your needs. However, they are reasonably priced, clean, and more often than are located centrally for easy commutes or walks.
- Ambassador Hotel Bangkok: BTS Nana Skytrain accessible
- Nana Hotel Bangkok: Sukhumvit star
- Grace Hotel Bangkok: Business district near the Arabic area
- Bangkok City Hotel
- Bangkok Palace Hotel: Located in the popular Pratunam area
- Urban House: Terrace with outdoor swimming pool off Silom Road
- First Hotel Bangkok: Pratunam wholesale garment shopping scene!
- Asia Hotel Bangkok: Directly connected to Ratchathewi BTS Skytrain Station, Asia Hotel Bangkok has an outdoor pool
- Hotel De’Moc: 60’s retro hotel located 10 minutes walk from Khaosan Road
- Bangkok Centre Hotel: Opposite main railway station (Hua Lampong) near Chinatown
$20-$40 per night: Budget backpacking
If you don’t want to break the bank, and are planning on backpacking for your trip, then this collection of guest houses, inns, serviced apartments, BKK hotels, and hostels in Bangkok are worth checking out.
- Rambuttri Village Inn: an oriental-style building in the vicinity of the King Rama V Monument.
- Suphanlake Hometel: Near Bangkok International Airport Suvarnabhumi
- Smart Suites: Boutique hotel on Sukhumvit
- Villa Cha Cha Rambuttri Hotel: Boutique-style hotel in the old town and Khaosan area
- Asoke Montri Hostel: Sukhumvit budget stay
- Suk 11 Hostel: 5 minutes walk from Nana MTR station
Now that you’ve narrowed down accommodations, what are you planning to do in the city itself? Check out our list of tours and activities for ideas, day trips, and foodie adventures to keep you busy on this unforgettable trip!
Did we miss anything? Do you have other suggestions for this list? Leave a comment below!
Looking for unique things to do? See these 20 Unique Ideas for Things to Do in Bangkok. You can also check out these 15 Bangkok Shopping Destinations and The Serious Foodie’s Guide to Eating in Bangkok.
As a Newbie, I am permanently browsing online for articles that can help me. Thank you
nice. these kinda lists always help. can you make a list of best five-star restaurants in Bangkok
Thanks, Arshad! You can also check out our blog: The Serious Foodie’s Guide to Eating in Bangkok, that has a list of our favorite restaurants as well. https://blog.thetripguru.com/the-serious-foodies-guide-to-eating-in-bangkok/
Enjoyed every bit of your blog article. Great.