Hotels in Bangkok, Thailand

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Bangkok, Thailand
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Bangkok, Thailand
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Best neighborhoods to book a hotel in Bangkok

Below are the average prices for hotels in the most popular neighborhoods in Bangkok

Price

$17 - $76

CHEAPEST NEIGHBORHOOD IN BANGKOKBueng Kum54% cheaperHotels in Bueng Kum are the cheapest in Bangkok at just $17 per night on average
MOST EXPENSIVE NEIGHBORHOOD IN BANGKOKPathum Wan50% more expensivePathum Wan has the highest priced hotels in Bangkok with rooms averaging $76 per night
MOST POPULAR NEIGHBORHOOD IN BANGKOKPathum Wan81% more users visitedMore momondo users search for hotels in Pathum Wan than any other neighborhood in Bangkok

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Hotels in popular neighborhoods in Bangkok

Below are the most popular neighborhoods in Bangkok to stay in, as well as some of the best hotels in each area

When to book a hotel in Bangkok

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Low SeasonAprilcheapest month to stay
High SeasonMarchmost expensive time to stay
37%expected price decrease
29%expected price increase

Price

$42 - $94

Highest day of weekSaturdayis the most expensive day of the week to book
Cheapest day of weekFridayis the cheapest day of the week to book
$56is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day
$46is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day
Cheapest time to bookThe cheapest time to book hotels in Bangkok is: 1-2 star, -1 days before. 3 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 4-5 star, on the same day that your stay begins.

1-2 star

$18 - $21

3 star

$36 - $40

4-5 star

$99 - $107


Bangkok travel tips

Best time to visit Bangkok

Bangkok experiences warm weather and high humidity all year round. Due to the tropical climate, temperature can go up as high as 90 degrees Fahrenheit on any given day. However, from November – March, average temperatures range around 75 – 80 degrees Fahrenheit, and humidity levels are at their lowest. This is a good time to visit Bangkok, but it is also the peak tourist season, so be prepared for longer lineups at popular attractions. For attractive deals on airfare and hotel rates, consider a trip between April – October. Keep in mind, however, that this is the hottest and rainiest time of the year. Temperatures remain around 85 – 90 degrees Fahrenheit, and the rain showers don’t really offer relief from the heat. While this is a lean season, there may be a small spike in tourism between June – August when travelers from western countries take advantage of the school holidays.

Getting around Bangkok

The best way to explore and appreciate some of Bangkok’s colorful neighborhoods such as Chinatown or Khao San is to wander along the streets on foot. To travel longer distances, you can rely on the extensive network of buses, Skytrains, and the Metro. A single ride bus fare ranges from 6.50 THB – 8.00 THB based on the route and the time of day. The Skytrain and Metro are easy to navigate, and fares range from 15 THB – 40 THB based on distance traveled. Buy a 1-day pass for approximately 140 THB to enjoy unlimited rides for up to 24 hours. You can hail a taxi at any time. Ride-share options such as Uber also operate in Bangkok. All on-ground traffic in Bangkok is prone to its notorious traffic jams. So, if you are traveling by bus or taxi, expect some delays and plan your journey accordingly.


How much does a hotel in Bangkok cost per night?

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5-star hotels

Cheapest $19

Average $87

Most expensive $493

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Where to stay in Bangkok

Best places to stay in Bangkok

Bangkok is a modern metropolis with gleaming ancient temples, modern shopping malls, lively markets, and a vibrant nightlife. The city’s past and present come together to create a unique offering of top-notch dining with street food, high-class shopping with cheap markets, Buddhist monks with the regulars of Patpong (Bangkok’s red-light district). No matter where you choose to stay in the city, there is much to explore and cherish for years to come.

Sukhumvit

This prominent neighborhood is a hub for shopping, dining, and nightlife. It is the ideal location for party-goers, shoppers, and restaurant lovers keen on the latest foodie trends. However, with dense traffic and venues that spread over great distances, a fair amount of walking may be required to move around in this neighborhood. Connected by a skywalk to the nearest Skytrain station, Metro station, and the Terminal 21 shopping center, the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, a Luxury Collection Hotel offers opulent guestrooms that reflect Thai culture and heritage. You can also look at the exquisite rooms and suites of Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit Hotel, set in a modern high-rise on the lively Sukhumvit Road.

Siam

Bangkok’s shopping haven, Siam, is home to massive shopping centers such as Siam Paragon, CentralWorld Siam, Siam Center, and MBK Center. With a central location, easy access to other parts of the city, and several family-friendly attractions in the area, Siam attracts a large number of tourists, and offers a wide range of accommodation. Just steps away from the MBK Center shopping mall and the BTS SkyTrain, enjoy the contemporary rooms and amenities in Mercure Bangkok Siam, a well-appointed 4-star hotel in the heart of Siam. Experience a resort-like stay in spacious and lavishly furnished rooms in the Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok. The hotel offers several sensational amenities, including an on-site luxury spa. The location is excellent; just a 3-minute walk from the Siam Paragon shopping mall.

Silom

Silom is known to be a bustling business district with sharply dressed office-goers heading to the glitzy high-rise office complexes during the day. After sundown, this area is full of restaurant lovers, pub-hoppers, and those seeking the vibrant nightlife and night markets of Patpong. Check out the premium accommodation and stylish décor of the W Bangkok, a luxury hotel in the heart of Silom. You can also consider the Banyan Tree Bangkok, an upscale all-suite hotel that offers spacious accommodation, world-class dining, and an award-winning spa. The hotel is set in one of the tallest high-rises in the area, and enjoys spectacular city views from all its suites.

Khao San

Bangkok’s most revered attractions, such as Grand Palace, Wat Phra Kaew, and Wat Pho are in this neighborhood. A part of the Old City, Khao San Road is packed with budget hotels, and lively bars and clubs. If you wish to experience authentic Bangkok life, this is the best area to stay. Enjoy boutique-style accommodation in the sleek rooms of Sala Rattanakosin hotel, a beautiful riverside hotel, just a 4-minute walk from Wat Pho. Just steps away from the Phra Arthit Ferry Terminal, check out the Riva Surya Bangkok, a swanky hotel with beautifully designed rooms and elegant dining options.

Bangkok Riverside

Along the banks of the Chao Phraya river, Riverside is a scenic neighborhood that offers stunning views. This area is home to the Grand Palace, and other glittering temples and shrines of Bangkok. Riverside is known for its high-end luxury hotels that offer elaborate, resort-style vacations. Set on 11 acres of verdant gardens along