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BS Residence Suvarnabhumi (SHA Plus+)
Suvarnabhumi Airport,Bangkok - View on map
"I booked several nights in BS. On this occasion, I upgraded to BS premier (it ovelooked the pool). Wi-Fi was awful. main hotel much better. Pool was filthy with bottles and glasses lying around the paved area. Pool itself had debris in it. "
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7.2

Very good

7058 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 72
Grande Centre Point Hotel Ratchadamri (SHA Extra Plus)
Siam,Bangkok - View on map
"One of my favorite hotels in Bangkok, if not, in all of Thailand. Let's consider the price first. Chances are, on most nights, you can get a high floor room here. Considering the location (Siam shopping/nightlife), and... that this is an authentic 5 star, you just won't go wrong. The only minor setback: just one restaurant in this entire (massive) hotel. But the fact the restaurant has amazing staff (I've stayed here many times- they always remember me, even by my nickname)... and the food is truly classy, I'm ok with it. The hotel itself, is elegant, classy... room decor is a perfect mix of modern/chic style, with a hint of bohemian/classic. Very nicely designed rooms, that make it a true 5 star. I'm a fitness buff... so I can't stand hotels that delegate a small room in a basement somewhere, put two treadmills, and a workout ball in the middle, and then say "fitness center" included... this hotel, has a real gym- with real machines- even a smith machine (bench press, shoulder press, etc) with sufficient 20 kg plates around for a serious workout. Full credits to the hotel for this point. It's a big enough gym and very modern too, to feel like you're in a real gym and be motivated. The spa (included, in the rooms) is nice too- with a great steam room, hot tub, and, sauna. Love staying here... a great workout... then relax in the steam room, and then get some amazing food at their restauarant. Seriously, for this price- you'll have a hard time finding better in this area. I know, for I've tried many others in the area, and always end up coming back here."
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8.6

Excellent

17851 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 184
Siri Sathorn Bangkok by UHG (SHA Plus+)
Sathorn,Bangkok - View on map
"I plan to return to Siri Sathorn before I leave Thailand and will make it a base for future visits to Bangkok. Quiet location, but easy walk to shopping, nightlife, Saladaeng Station and beautiful Lumpini Park. You can get a free shuttle too. All staff were very attentive, helpful and delightful. When my adaptor caused a fuse to blow, repairmen arrived within a couple of minutes of reporting it to recception and it was fixed immediately .Buffet breakfast and lunch were great. Gym is well equipped. But the highlight for me was my deluxe room, which was very spacious and comfortable and had a kitchenette as well. I got an excellent deal, which made it extremely good value for money. I visited friends in a much pricier Bangkok hotel and came away feeling I had made the better choice. I will certainly recommend Siri Sathorn to other visitors to Bangkok."
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8.2

Excellent

2888 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 106
The Quarter Hualamphong by UHG (SHA Plus+)
China Town,Bangkok - View on map
"The hotel is located in the city centre, accessible by both MRT, train, bus and taxi alike. It is only 5 minutes on foot from the famous Bangkok Train Station and MRT Hua Lampong Station. Situated on the 12th Floor, the hotel offers a panoramic view of Bangkok city centre and old town. Did we mention that the hotel is only 10 minutes walk from the Chinatown? Besides Chinatown there are other attractions nearby. The lobby is modern and spacious. The standard superior room we stayed was equally roomy, modern and clean. The hotel has done its best at upkeep the property but there were signs of aging in our bathroom wall and other furnitures. The bed, linen, blanket and pillow covers, and towel were clean. Other furnitures and amenities were well-appointed. The deal we got for superior room with breakfast was undeniable. The price we paid included breakfast. Normally, it would have been a buffet breakfast but on our particular visit there were only a few guests, so the hotel provided us with on-demand breakfast set. We can only say this hotel offers the best value for money we paid."
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8.4

Excellent

2208 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 84
Siam Mandarina Hotel (SHA Extra Plus)
Suvarnabhumi Airport,Bangkok - View on map
"The best value-for-money hotel near Bangkok airport. (8-minutes) The room was clean and brand new furniture. The facilities are 5-star. The staffs were friendly and you will be greeted with refreshing welcome drinks! There are 2 great restaurants and bars. (You must try Tom Kha Ghai) The swimming pool was best during the sunset. Plus, the massage place was cheap, professional, and nicely decorated. I'll stay here whenever I landed in Bangkok."
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8

Excellent

2698 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 268
The Quarter Silom by UHG (SHA Plus+)
Silom,Bangkok - View on map
"Me and my GF decided to change the hotels everyday while we were visiting Bangkok. After we came to the Quater Silom we stopped moving to the other places. Really great place with a perfect location and kind staff. Would come and stay here again! Thanks to the management and to everyone who make this place to be as it is! 🙏 "
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9

Exceptional

2561 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 100
Grande Centre Point Sukhumvit 55 Thong Lo (SHA Plus+)
Sukhumvit,Bangkok - View on map
"This hotel is a 'real' 5 star hotel. I've stayed in three 5 star hotels in Bangkok prior to Grand Centre Point. This beats them all. The staff are fun and consistently polite to guests. They play with the children interact with the guests and add a nice feel to the hotel. Breakfast had flavourful, good quality produce which was great for 320baht if you don't include breakfast in your booking. The design of the hotel is stylish and modern plus the view from our 26th floor room was amazing. You could see Bangkok for miles. head to the pool with a glass barrier around the outside where Bangkok can be seen... as well as heard quite well! One problem with it was the gym it was a little empty however you don't really spend your time in a gym! One last problem was the Spa area. I really wanted to just go inside and see it before I booked anything however this was prohibited. Even when no one is using it you still can't have a look with a member of staff."
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8.8

Excellent

6281 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 159
Holiday Inn Express Bangkok Sukhumvit 11 (SHA Plus+)
Sukhumvit,Bangkok - View on map
"I enjoyed my stay here. The staff was friendly and very helpful. The room is just right in size and the bathroom has all the essentials. The room is clean and cozy. The breakfast is basic and nothing fancy but it has enough variety for a simple breakfast. The laundry room is easy and convenient to use and cheap. The only drawback is that there is no free transport from the hotel to the train (BTS Nana Station) which is quite a long walk. The street the hotel is on (Sukhumvit Soi 11) is a very happening street with clubs, drinking holes and restaurants. There are 2 good Italian restaurants (Pormodoro and Lemoncillo) on this street. For guests who are in Bangkok to visit the Bumrungrad International Hospital (a multiple-specialty medical centre), this hotel is a short walk from it. "
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7.8

Very good

2129 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 78
Grande Centre Point Hotel Terminal 21 (SHA Plus+)
Sukhumvit,Bangkok - View on map
"For those who have rated this hotel/serviced apartment complex as anything other than wonderful you are either on drugs or in urgent need of seeing a doctor. I have stayed at the Grande Centre Point (GCP) on four occasions now – total of 32 nights – and I remain convinced it is not just one of the best located (direct access to BTS, main Sukhumvit Road etc) hotels in Bangkok but the best value. Yes, it is not everybody’s budget but for those happy at $100/120 per night (there are days, but not many, when these prices are significantly more expensive) don’t waste your time looking elsewhere. If having shopping on your door step is a plus, then you have the brand new Terminal 21 shopping centre. And you if you want cheaper shopping then the extensive range of street stalls on Sukhumvit Road are just outside. If gym work is a chore to you, the hotel has tried to make it much easier with an extensive array of equipment (not some puny little room stuck somewhere in a corner as with so many hotels in the City) – all with built in tv monitors. If you like a swimming pool and sun deck that is not just a paddle pool with some under-investment in sun loungers, then again GCP wins. And this is before you discover that there is a very generous area given to crazy golf and tennis. What other hotel in the City gives you these facilities ? Many of the great restaurants of Bangkok are on the Sukhumvit stretch, so you have all these within easy walking or taxi (or BTS) distance from you. Terminal 21 itself has many good quality eateries. For the ‘night lovers’ you have Soi Cowboy 100 meters away. Finally if there was a criticism I had in early stays at GCP it was the staff were under-trained but management have obviously put some time and investment into this critical service. So yes I can understand why some people will argue the case for other hotels in Bangkok (there are after all some magnificent ones in the City), they tend they tend to be in a significantly more expensive"
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8.7

Excellent

20679 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 237
Grace Hotel Bangkok (SHA Plus+)
Sukhumvit,Bangkok - View on map
"The hotel is central located near bumrungrad hospital, lots of restaurants, massage places and night market. I booked a superior room which is very small in size but with a very big bathroom. The bathroom has all the toiletries you need and the water pressure is very good. I liked the cleaning lady, she was always smiling and she cleans good. The check in was fast and staff at front desk were polite. This hotel has a Disco in the ground floor and I couldn't sleep from all the noise and vibration coming from it. At evening time loots of Thai girls stand at the front of the hotel looking for customers if you know what I mean. I don't recommend this hotel for families. You can find better deals in Bangkok. "
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6.5

Very good

1687 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 137
BS Residence Suvarnabhumi (SHA Plus+)
Suvarnabhumi Airport,Bangkok - View on map
"I booked several nights in BS. On this occasion, I upgraded to BS premier (it ovelooked the pool). Wi-Fi was awful. main hotel much better. Pool was filthy with bottles and glasses lying around the paved area. Pool itself had debris in it. "
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7.2

Very good

7058 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 72

Fast facts about Bangkok, Thailand

Accommodations10,291 properties
Popular hotelThe Quarter Hualamphong by UHG (SHA Plus+)
Popular areaSukhumvit
Nightly rates from$5
AirportSuvarnabhumi Airport
Reasons to visitShopping, Restaurants, Sightseeing

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Frequently asked questions

What's the average price of a hotel in Bangkok?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Bangkok is USD 25. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Bangkok is USD 44. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Bangkok is USD 105.

What's the average price of a hotel in Bangkok this weekend?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Bangkok this weekend is USD 25. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Bangkok this weekend is USD 45. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Bangkok this weekend is USD 113.

What's the average price of a hotel in Bangkok tonight?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Bangkok tonight is USD 26. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Bangkok tonight is USD 49. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Bangkok tonight is USD 109.

What are the best hotels in Bangkok near Suvarnabhumi Airport?

Verified travelers to Bangkok who stayed near Suvarnabhumi Airport have given top reviews to Siam Mandarina Hotel (SHA Extra Plus), BS Residence Suvarnabhumi (SHA Plus+) and Gate43 airport hotel (SHA Plus+).

What are the best hotels in Bangkok near Wat Phra Chetuphon?

Verified travelers to Bangkok who stayed near Wat Phra Chetuphon have given top reviews to Casa Nithra Bangkok (SHA Extra Plus), CASA VIMAYA RIVERSIDE (SHA Extra Plus) and Royal Rattanakosin Hotel (SHA Extra Plus).

What are the best hotels in Bangkok near Chatuchak Weekend Market?

Verified travelers to Bangkok who stayed near Chatuchak Weekend Market have given top reviews to Centara Grand at Central Plaza Ladprao Bangkok (SHA Extra Plus), The Quarter Ari by UHG (SHA Plus+) and Apartelle Jatujak Hotel.

What are the best hotels in Bangkok for couples?

What are the best hotels in Bangkok for families?

What hotels in Bangkok have the best views?

Verified travelers to Bangkok have given top reviews for the views at Hotel Muse Bangkok Langsuan - MGallery Collection, HOSTEL URBY and VELA Dhi GLOW Pratunam (SHA Plus+).

What hotels in Bangkok have the best breakfast?

Verified travelers to Bangkok have given top reviews for the breakfast at Tiny Taladnoi Hostel, Plubpla Hostel and SSIP Boutique Dhevej Bangkok - Adults Only.

What's the best neighborhood in Bangkok to stay in?

Popular neighborhoods among travelers staying in Bangkok include Sukhumvit, Siam and Ratchada.

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More about Bangkok

Bangkok is the capital of Thailand, and serves as a gateway for this region. Bangkok is served by Suvarnabhumi International Airport , which is one of the busiest and most important travel hubs in Asia, as well as the regional Don Muang Airport, which serves many of the regional airlines. Hotels in Bang Na are popular with travelers making quick stopovers as the area is within close proximity of the international airport.

Bangkok is a diverse and sprawling city without a dedicated central district. Instead, the major activity follows the major roads of Sukhumvit and Silom through the length of the metropolis. Visitors to this city will have endless options for accommodations, shopping, and some of the most exciting nightlife in Southeast Asia. 

Getting around Bangkok used to be tricky, but modern infrastructure changes and the use of sky trains continues to make transportation easier.

The cosmopolitan energy in Bangkok is exhilarating, but it's easy to see that this city also plays an integral role in Thai culture and history. No sooner do tourists round the corner of a brand-new skyscraper than they come face-to-face with a centuries-old temple or an eclectic open-air market. The city features many unforgettable sites such as the Temple of Dawn, the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew, which is known as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Bangkok remains endlessly fascinating and surprising even to its residents. There’s much more to see and learn about Bangkok, and the interactive map on this page is a great way to continue uncovering all the important landmarks, hotels, and attractions of this vibrant city.