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Siam Mandarina Hotel
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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7.8

Very good

534 reviews

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$ 326
Millennium Hilton Bangkok
Bangkok Riverside,Bangkok - View on map
"Excellent hotel and service but one of the worst Club Lounges I have seen in Bangkok. Not to say it wasn't good but in comparison to what other 5 star hotels in Bangkok have on offer this Club Lounge felt like it was lacking a lot. The service is excellent and food was a very high standard and the Sunday Brunch was the best I have seen in Bangkok. But everything else seemed very expensive, drinks, food, room service etc..... in comparison with other 5 star hotels in Bangkok it is not value for money. "
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8.5

Excellent

4315 reviews

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$ 114
Holiday Inn Express Bangkok Sukhumvit 11
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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8

Excellent

1388 reviews

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$ 218
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

18753 reviews

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$ 299
Royal President Hotel
Sukhumvit,Bangkok - View on map
"I;ve stayed in 35 different hotels in Bangkok, some expensive, some cheap, but this is the best value Hotel of them all. It is'nt the most modern, it doesn't have the wow factor when you walk in, but the rooms are huge and very comfortable, it is very clean and the breakfast is one of the best I have had in Bangkok, what more do you need !"
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7.3

Very good

4294 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 241

Fast facts about Bangkok, Thailand

Accommodations10,140 properties
Popular hotelEvergreen Place Siam by UHG
Popular areaSukhumvit
Nightly rates from₹376
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 37 USD, the average price for a 4-star hotel in Bangkok is 60 USD, and the average price for a 5-star hotel in Bangkok is 77 USD.

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 37 USD, the average price for a 4-star hotel in Bangkok is 55 USD, and the average price for a 5-star hotel in Bangkok is 65 USD.

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

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Bangkok tonight is 40 USD, the average price for a 4-star hotel in Bangkok is 56 USD, and the average price for a 5-star hotel in Bangkok is 67 USD.

What are the best hotels in Bangkok near Suvarnabhumi Airport?

Verified travelers to Bangkok who stayed near Suvarnabhumi Airport have given top reviews to Novotel Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport, Amaranth Suvarnabhumi Airport, BW Premier Collection by Best Western, and Mariya Boutique Residence.

What are the best hotels in Bangkok near The Grand Palace?

Verified travelers to Bangkok who stayed near Grand Palace have given top reviews to Chillax Resort, Nouvo City Hotel, and The Warehouse Bangkok.

What are the best hotels in Bangkok near Central World?

Verified travelers to Bangkok who stayed near Central World have given top reviews to Grande Centre Point Hotel Ratchadamri, Centara Grand at Central World Hotel, and Novotel Bangkok On Siam Square Hotel.

What are the most popular hotels in Bangkok?

What are the best hotels in Bangkok for couples?

What are the best hotels in Bangkok for families?

Hotels in Bangkok that are highly rated by families include The Berkeley Hotel Pratunam, Amari Don Muang Airport Bangkok Hotel, and Grande Centre Point Hotel Terminal 21.

What hotels in Bangkok have the best views?

Verified travelers to Bangkok have given top reviews for the views at AETAS Lumpini, Somerset Ekamai Bangkok, and Grande Centre Point Hotel Terminal 21.

What hotels in Bangkok have the best breakfast?

Verified travelers to Bangkok have given top reviews for the breakfast at U Sukhumvit Hotel Bangkok, Admiral Premier Bangkok by Compass Hospitality, and Shanghai Mansion Bangkok.

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

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

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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.