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Asia Hotel Bangkok
Siam,Bangkok - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Hot tub
  6. Fitness center
  7. Cash withdrawal
  8. Tennis court
"This hotel was recommended to me by an acquaintance. Even though there are Bangkok hotels which looked more impressive through my research, thought I'd just trust the first hand experience for myself and book Asia Hotel. I would say Asia Hotel is the finest hotel and value for money I have ever stayed. 5 star service. Staff are patient and willing to go the extra mile. They are very efficient in providing what they can to help you. You will not regret it! I am already wanting to visit Bangkok again and Asia Hotel you deserve my business!! Highly recommend. The breakfast buffet is very decent too, I love the fried rice!! Not to mention it is extremely convenient to the main shopping central of Bangkok. Good work and thank you Asia Hotel!"
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8

Excellent

35108 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 50
Hotel Muse Bangkok Langsuan - MGallery Collection
Siam,Bangkok - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Valet parking
  3. Shuttle service
  4. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  5. Swimming pool [indoor]
  6. Fitness center
  7. Front desk [24-hour]
  8. Check-in/out [express]
"I go to Bangkok for vacations alot, probably once or twice a year and the past four times I’ve just been staying here and will probably do so for years to come simply because it’s the best boutique hotel in Bangkok. It’s located on pretty, leafy Langsuan Rd right behind the Central World area (10 mins walk away) and right near Chit Lom BTS (5 mins walk away). During lunch time on weekdays the street is lined with delicious food vendors but by night fall it becomes pleasantly quiet. Chit Lom BTS will take you to most of the attractions as it’s quite central. You can conveniently go direct to Chatuchak Weekend Market on the Mo Chit line from here. Don Mueang Airport is also about 200 baht with Grab. It’s a beautifully modern hotel just like it’s pictures, the breakfast spread is quaint but sufficient as with the gorgeous small pool with a magnificent view that truly shines come sunset when the surrounding buildings are lit up. Simply the best!"
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8.7

Excellent

4249 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 143
Baiyoke Sky Hotel
Pratunam,Bangkok - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Car park
  3. Shuttle service
  4. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  5. Golf course [on-site]
  6. Fitness center
  7. Front desk [24-hour]
  8. Luggage storage
"we stayed in the baiyoke sky hotel in bangkok for one night at the end of travelling around thailand for two weeks. it was a great experience. the staff were extremely helpful and friendly, the room was luxurious, the views amazing and the choice of restaurants/food was vast. if you are planning on doing some shopping in bangkok this hotel is ideally situated not far from the mbk shopping centre - great for some bargains. the baiyoke sky does a free shuttle service to and from the centre. one downside was the location - if you wanted to venture out to eat you had to get a taxi as there were no good restaurants within walking distance (although there was a few mcdonalds/kfcs for fast food convenience). having said that, getting a taxi/tuc tuc around the city is so cheap - around 100-150 bhat (£2-3) for a 20-30 minute taxi ride - you can't really complain! although the lobby and bedrooms were luxurious and modern there were some areas of the hotel that are in need of some renovation. for example, the pool/gym area - decorated a bit like a kids zone didn't quite fit in with the rest of the elegant decor. overall, i would recommend the baiyoke sky hotel although book online in advance for better deals as the rates on arrival is very expensive. "
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7.9

Very good

41887 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 120
Mövenpick Hotel Sukhumvit 15 Bangkok
Sukhumvit,Bangkok - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Valet parking
  3. Shuttle service
  4. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  5. Fitness center
  6. Spa
  7. Front desk [24-hour]
  8. Check-in/out [express]
"Considering other five star hotels in Bangkok and their price tags, Moevenpick15 was spot on! We loved the breakfast and the afternoon happy hour for the executive suite. Will definitely come back when we get to Bangkok again! The staff were the best part, super polite, super helpful, always willing to give us their advice when asked. "
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8.3

Excellent

5780 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 134
Ramada by Wyndham Bangkok Sukhumvit 11
Sukhumvit,Bangkok - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Car park
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Fitness center
  6. Swimming Pool
  7. Check-in/out [express]
  8. Luggage storage
"Not at all satisfied with the staff attitude. Total focus of the staff was towards se bing Americans and complete racist attitude shown towards my entire family. I will never stay at this property again and will advise all travellers not to book this property especially non Americans "
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8

Excellent

4618 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 74
Prince Palace Hotel Bangkok
Khaosan,Bangkok - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Shuttle service
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Swimming pool [indoor]
  6. Hot tub
  7. Luggage storage
  8. Cash withdrawal
"First of all, this hotel is very luxury at a budget price. Most budget hotels in Thailand have outdated furnishings and wall hangings, but every inch of this hotel is clean, well-maintained, very luxury looking. The staff is outstanding and there is a doorman or other staff about every 20 meters of the hotel. Check-in and check-out was fast, and we even got fast service when we needed an extra room card. I mention this because I read many horror story reviews on here before we booked the place. I only saw crowds in the reception area when a bus came in (which there were many - its one of the biggest hotels in Bangkok). The breakfast was outstanding. You can eat in the cafe, which has outdoor dining, or the upstairs restaurant. Both have the same food, so it depends if want a city view with your breakfast, or some fresh morning air. The Thai restaurant at the top of the hotel wasn't very impressive. The food was bland and overpriced. We live in Northeast Thailand, so maybe we are spoiled. The best part of the hotel was the room. We stayed in a 3-bedroom suite, which was a mini-apartment. It actually looks like the hotel bought a condo building next door and turned the condos into rooms. The beds were comfortable, everything was clean and new, and there was lots of space. We actually only needed 2-bedrooms, but the upgrade price was so cheap we went with 3-bedrooms. The suites have their own lobby, elevators, and secured parking. If you want to go shopping, which was the primary reason we stayed at this hotel (the kids needed clothes for school), there is a 6-floor fashion mall below the hotel. Its the place to get good, low priced clothes (6th floor has a food court). If you want to save even more money, get up at 3am and walk outside. From 3-6am, the streets around the hotel hold the largest clothes wholesale market in SE Asia. Hundreds of sellers line the streets selling every kind of clothes you can think of. We saved 70% on school clothes this year."
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7.6

Very good

23782 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 75
Davis Hotel
Sukhumvit,Bangkok - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Car park
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Hot tub
  6. Fitness center
  7. Check-in/out [express]
  8. Luggage storage
"My husband and I have stayed at this hotel many times during our visits to Thailand over a period of 12 years. Whenever we plan to stay in Bangkok we always try to have a few days here. We have generally always booked a room in the separate Wing of the hotel. Often , right from when we first used this hotel, we have been upgraded free of charge to a more expensive room. Therefore I do not think it has anything to do with how many times we have stayed there. We like the hotel as although being handy for many places it is also in a relatively quiet area of Bangkok, (or as quiet as you are likely to get in Bangkok). It is more of a business hotel than a tourist hotel. Each of the rooms are individual. We have always had immaculately clean and well presented rooms regardless of whether they have been in the main building or the annexe. We generally book bed and breakfast, (as we like to try different laces to eat in the evenings).The breakfast is lovely and if you have a good appetite at breakfast there is plenty of variety both Thai and European. As for the staff, well they are wonderful. They are always very well turned out. They are courteous and polite and know their jobs inside out. Nothing is too much trouble. On our most recent visit we caught an airport shuttle bus from the Don Meung airport to the terminal at Mo Chit. As we left the bus my husband lifted his case off and left his holdall on the floor of the bus as it drove off. It was when we transferred our luggage to a taxi that I noticed the missing holdall. Due to Bangkok traffic it took over an hour to get to the Davis hotel from the bus terminal. We reported the loss to the reception staff uon our arrival to see if they could ring the bus station on our behalf. The concierge ' Daniel' was straight on to it. He rang the airport and the bus conductor had noticed the bag and left it at the bus station at the airport whereupon the hotel chauffeur was sent to collect it. By the time we had un -packed and s"
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8

Excellent

8724 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 153
Ambassador Hotel Bangkok
Sukhumvit,Bangkok - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Shuttle service
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Fitness center
  6. Swimming pool [outdoor]
  7. Luggage storage
  8. Cash withdrawal
"A regular visitor to Thailand I stayed in the excellent Ambassador Hotel on Soi 11off Sukhumvit this time. I say excellent because the standard is exactly how a €40+ per night 4 star in Bangkok should be.The Ambassador is a big property with many amenities. The reception area is huge and the staff are friendly and efficient. My luggage was taken from the Taxi and appeared in my room within minutes of me entering my room.The initial impression you get when you walk in to the reception area is 5 star but the rooms put it firmly back in the second division.They are not bad but quite basic. Everything works and at this price you can't ask for more. The WiFi is free and strong but does require constant re-entering of passwords which is annoying at first but you get used to it. Room cleaning is efficient and flexible. Long low timber ceiling corridors give it a kind of old cruise liner feel. Restaurants, Bars, Massage studio, Gym, Tailoring shops, health spa and several coffee shops are among it's many features. And of course that great location close to everything. Some of the best restaurants in Bangkok are here.The very expensive but superb El Gaucho Steakhouse,one of 2 in the area, is right next door. For Mexican try the Coyote across the road. And round the corner the Firehouse serves the best burgers in Bangkok. An Aussie Bar also across the road serves up the traditional full breakfast. I would recommend the Ambassador as a budget hotel without hesitation. "
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7.3

Very good

26868 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 79
The Quarter Chaophraya by UHG
Bangkok Riverside,Bangkok - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Kids club
  6. Fitness center
  7. Cash withdrawal
  8. Sauna
"I loved the atmosphere and the friendly and helpful staff."
8.7

Excellent

4363 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 117
The Royal River Hotel
Bangkok Riverside,Bangkok - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Shuttle service
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Fitness center
  6. Steamroom
  7. Luggage storage
  8. Cash withdrawal
"We use the RR as a base during our visits to this part of the world. On this trip we landed in Bangkok, stayed at the RR, went to Myanmar and returned to the RR, and then went to Laos and returned for the 3rd time for 3 more days before returning to USA. The RR is next to the Boat Stop no. 16. The boats stop running at 19:00 but it runs all day like a river bus. In 10 to 15 minutes and 40 baht (about $.50 usd) my wife and I zip to boat stop 9 (the palace, the Temple and many canal trips) and lots of local tourist shopping, to boat stop 7 which is the Yahoudi River Front pavilion filled with restaurants on the river, boat stop no. 5 which is the edge of china town, the flower market and another pavilion of fine restaurants and shopping, or boat stop 1 which is the connection point for he Bangkok Highspeed overhead city train system to quickly get around the interior of Bangkok. These would cost between $7 and 20 dollars USD to take a taxi to and take between 45 minutes to an hour of traffic. Next to the RR is a 7-11 which we found to be convenient to grab a snack, or beverage at before we went to our room. 1 walkable block away 2 river dinner ships leave every night for a fun 2 hour river cruise - about $45 USD pp for buffet and about $14 USD to order from a menu that has no English. They are 10 stories of rooms, many of which have small balconies with chairs and tables that overlook the wonderful Chao Phyao River. The room size is generous and all of the ones we have stayed at with balconies have a small refrigerator and safe. The hotel is about 1 hour taxi ride $20 USD from the BKK airport or Don Mueng airports during rush hour or 45 minutes off time. Always use public taxis and not limos. "
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8.2

Excellent

6435 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 69

Fast facts about Bangkok, Thailand

Accommodations12,048 properties
Popular hotelAsia Hotel Bangkok
Popular areaSukhumvit
Nightly rates from$5
AirportSuvarnabhumi Airport
Reasons to visitShopping, Restaurants, Sightseeing

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Frequently asked questions

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

Admired local communities among visitors staying in Bangkok include Sukhumvit, Pratunam and Siam.

What are the best places to stay around Bangkok for business visitors?

Accommodations in Bangkok which are highly rated by business tourists are Asia Hotel Bangkok, The Berkeley Hotel Pratunam and Baiyoke Sky Hotel.

What places to stay located in Bangkok are highly rated with respect to facilities?

Resortsaround Bangkok that is very highly rated regarding facilities include Charlie House Pin Klao, Clef Hotel - SHA Plus and R9 Bangkok.

What's the best rated place to stay in Bangkok near a golf course?

Highly rated hotels around Bangkok next to a golf course include SKX&Serviced Apartment Standard Double Room, Non House Hostel and Lo-ha Guest house - Temple View 502, Self check in.

Where can I reserve rooms in Bangkok that has free cancellation policy?

Yes, you’ll find most hotel rooms offer free cancellation rates, with which you will receive a full refund if you cancel prior to the deadline. Filter your search by free cancellation to find flexible hotel offers in Bangkok.

What's the best destination in the heart of Bangkok?

Best areas in the heart of Bangkok are Silom, Siam and Pratunam.

What's the best location for shopping in Bangkok?

A top neighborhood for your shopping spree in Bangkok is Siam.

What's the best neighborhood for nightlife in Bangkok?

Best areas for nightlife in Bangkok are Silom, Siam and Khaosan.

What's the best destination for sightseeing in Bangkok?

Best districts with a variety of tourist attractions in Bangkok are Bangkok Riverside, Siam and Khaosan.

How long should I remain in Bangkok?

In the past 3 months, tourists spend time in Bangkok for 1 nights on average. The perfect length for your travel will be determined by what you'd be interested to see and explore while there.

Is quarantine expected for fully vaccinated foreigners to enter Bangkok?

Quarantine is not required for fully vaccinated travelers to enter Bangkok from outside the country. For up-to-date and in depth information on travel restrictons, please visit the official websites of the travel authority or government of the country you wish to travel to, or go to here.

Is covid test upon arrival required for unvaccinated travelers to enter Bangkok?

COVID-19 test may be required on arrival when entering Bangkok from outside the country. For up-to-date and in depth information on travel restrictons, please make sure to take a look at the official websites of the travel authority or government of the country you hope to visit, or go to here.

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More about Bangkok

Discovering Bangkok: Fun Facts and Reasons to Visit

Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand, is a vibrant and bustling metropolis that offers a unique blend of culture, history, and modernity. Known for its ornate shrines, vibrant street life, and delicious food, Bangkok is a must-visit destination for travelers looking for a taste of Southeast Asian culture. Did you know that Bangkok is home to the world's largest solid gold Buddha statue? The statue, located in the Wat Traimit temple, weighs over 5 tons and is valued at over $250 million. Another interesting fact is that Bangkok was once known as the "Venice of the East" due to its extensive network of canals, which were used for transportation and trade. There are many reasons to visit Bangkok, from its vibrant nightlife to its rich cultural heritage. The city is home to some of the world's most beautiful temples, including the Grand Palace, Wat Phra Kaew, and Wat Arun. Visitors can also explore the city's many markets, sample local street food, and experience the famous Thai massage.

How to Travel to Bangkok: Tips and Tricks

Traveling to Bangkok is relatively easy, with two major airports serving the city: Suvarnabhumi Airport and Don Mueang International Airport. Many airlines offer direct flights to Bangkok from major cities around the world, making it a popular destination for travelers from all corners of the globe. Once you arrive in Bangkok, there are many transportation options available, including taxis, tuk-tuks, and the city's modern BTS Skytrain and MRT subway systems. However, traffic in Bangkok can be notoriously bad, so it's best to plan your route in advance and avoid traveling during rush hour.

Top Things to Do in Bangkok: A Guide to Fun and Adventure

There are countless things to see and do in Bangkok, from exploring the city's many temples and museums to shopping at its world-famous markets. Here are some of the top attractions that you won't want to miss: - The Grand Palace: This ornate complex of buildings was once the home of the Thai royal family and is now a popular tourist attraction. Visitors can explore the many temples, halls, and gardens within the palace grounds, including the famous Emerald Buddha temple. - Chatuchak Weekend Market: This massive market is one of the largest in the world, with over 15,000 stalls selling everything from clothing and jewelry to antiques and souvenirs. It's a great place to sample local street food and experience the vibrant energy of Bangkok. - Wat Arun: Also known as the Temple of Dawn, this stunning temple is located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River and is famous for its intricate architecture and beautiful views of the city. - Khao San Road: This famous street is a hub for backpackers and budget travelers, with cheap hostels, street food stalls, and lively bars and clubs. It's a great place to meet other travelers and experience the nightlife of Bangkok.

Booking a Hotel in Bangkok: Why Agoda.com is Your Best Bet

When it comes to booking a hotel in Bangkok, there are many options available, from budget guesthouses to luxury resorts. However, with so many choices, it can be difficult to know where to start. That's where Agoda.com comes in. As a leading travel website specializing in affordable and hassle-free hotel bookings, Agoda.com offers a wide range of options for every budget and travel style. Whether you're looking for a budget-friendly hostel or a luxurious five-star hotel, Agoda.com has you covered. Plus, with its easy-to-use interface and secure booking system, Agoda.com makes it easy to find the perfect hotel for your needs. You can filter your search by price, location, and amenities, and read reviews from other travelers to ensure that you're making the right choice.

The Best Time to Visit Bangkok: A Seasonal Guide

The best time to visit Bangkok depends on your preferences and travel style. The city has a tropical climate, with hot and humid weather year-round, so it's important to plan your trip accordingly. The peak tourist season in Bangkok is from November to February, when the weather is cooler and drier. This is a great time to visit if you want to avoid the heat and humidity, but be prepared for larger crowds and higher prices. If you don't mind the heat, visiting Bangkok during the summer months (March to May) can be a great option. Prices are generally lower, and there are fewer tourists, making it a great time to explore the city's many attractions.

Exploring Bangkok: Tips for First-Time Travelers

If you're visiting Bangkok for the first time, there are a few things to keep in mind to ensure a smooth and enjoyable trip. Here are some tips to help you get started: - Dress appropriately: When visiting temples and other religious sites, it's important to dress modestly and cover your shoulders and knees. It's also a good idea to wear comfortable shoes, as you'll be doing a lot of walking. - Be prepared for the weather: Bangkok can be hot and humid year-round, so be sure to bring lightweight, breathable clothing and plenty of sunscreen. It's also a good idea to carry a water bottle with you to stay hydrated. - Learn some basic Thai: While many people in Bangkok speak English, it's always helpful to know a few basic Thai phrases to help you get around and communicate with locals.

Where to Stay in Bangkok: A Guide to the City's Best Neighborhoods

Bangkok is a sprawling city with many different neighborhoods, each with its own unique vibe and attractions. Here are some of the best neighborhoods to consider when booking a hotel in Bangkok: - Sukhumvit: This upscale neighborhood is home to many of Bangkok's best restaurants, bars, and shopping malls. It's also well-connected to the city's public transportation system, making it a great base for exploring. - Silom: Known as Bangkok's financial district, Silom is a great place to stay if you're looking for a more business-oriented atmosphere. It's also home to many of the city's best nightlife spots. - Old City: If you're interested in exploring Bangkok's rich history and culture, the Old City is a great place to start. This neighborhood is home to many of the city's most famous temples and museums.

Tasting Bangkok: A Culinary Journey Through the City's Best Foods

No trip to Bangkok is complete without sampling some of the city's delicious street food. From spicy curries to sweet desserts, Bangkok's food scene is a feast for the senses. Some of the must-try dishes include pad Thai (stir-fried noodles with vegetables and meat or seafood), tom yum (spicy and sour soup), and mango sticky rice (a sweet dessert made with coconut milk and glutinous rice). For the more adventurous eaters, there are also plenty of unusual dishes to try, such as fried insects and durian (a pungent fruit that's beloved by locals but often reviled by foreigners).

Getting Around Bangkok: A Guide to Transportation Options

Getting around Bangkok can be a bit daunting, but there are many transportation options available to suit every budget and travel style. Here are some of the most popular options: - BTS Skytrain: This modern and efficient elevated train system serves many of Bangkok's major neighborhoods and attractions, and is a great way to avoid traffic. - MRT Subway: The underground subway system is another great option for getting around Bangkok, with many stations located near popular tourist sites. - Taxis: Taxis are plentiful in Bangkok, but be sure to insist that the driver uses the meter to avoid being overcharged. - Tuk-tuks: These three-wheeled vehicles are a fun and iconic way to get around Bangkok, but be prepared to haggle for a fair price. With so much to see and do in Bangkok, it's no wonder that it's one of the most popular destinations in Southeast Asia. Whether you're interested in exploring the city's rich cultural heritage, sampling its delicious food, or simply soaking up the vibrant atmosphere, Bangkok is sure to leave a lasting impression. And with Agoda.com, finding the perfect hotel for your trip is easier than ever before.