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The Thai metropolis Bangkok has been one of the most popular travel destinations in the world for years now. And of course we have explored the sights of Bangkok many times over the years and spent a lot of time in the Thai capital.

Our 6 hotel recommendations for Bangkok

Are you looking for a nice place to stay for your Bangkok trip? Many backpackers and other travelers spend some days in the capital at least once during their time in Thailand. Bangkok offers countless accommodations ranging from low-budget to luxury 5 star hotels.

There are so many hotels that it’s not easy to find the right one. To narrow down the choice, we can recommend some accommodations we’ve tried over the years. Here you can find a list of hotels in Bangkok that we recommend.


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Where to stay in Bangkok – low-budget hotels

Penpark Place

The Penpark Place offers multi-bed rooms as well as deluxe double rooms with prices between € 7 and € 23. The hotel is slightly hidden in a side street of the Samsen Road and is located only a 10 minutes walk away from the Khao San Road or 15 minutes from the Standing Buddha.

Also the Phra Arthit pier for the Chao Phraya Express Boat, which is a good possibility to get to the city or to some famous sights like the Grand Palace or Wat Arun, is only a few minutes away by foot. Totally recommendable for a small budget!

You can find more information about the Penpark Place in Bangkok on Booking.com.

The entrance to the superior rooms of the Penpark Place in Bangkok

One of the rooms of the Penpark Place near the Khao San Road in Bangkok

Admire Thonburi Hotel

The Admire Thonburi Hotel is situated near the Wongwian Yai BTS Station. You can find many cheap restaurants in the surrounding areas to get some cheap food and the rooms are very comfortable with air conditioning, TV, free wifi and more. Even the Khao San Road is only a 10 minutes taxi ride away.

The hotel also offers other accommodation facilities in the attached Playground Hostel, where you can meet other travelers during a drink at the bar or some of the hostels activities. Nearby there is the Thonburi Railway Station, which you can take to see something outside of Bangkok with a train ride to the final stop Mahachai.

You can find more information about the Admire Thonburi Place in Bangkok on Booking.com.

One of the rooms of the Admire Thonburi Hotel in Bangkok

More hotel recommendations for Bangkok – low-budget:

  • Rainforest Guesthouse – from € 14 per night Book
  • Oldtown Hostel – from € 4 per night Book
  • Lub’d Bangkok Silom – from € 9 per night Book

Where to stay in Bangkok – middle class hotels

Ibis Bangkok Riverside

The Ibis Riverside is located at the Chao Phraya River overlooking the Sathorn Pier and the famous Lebua at State Tower with its golden dome. The hotel is a little secluded but offers a free shuttle to the next BTS Skytrain station. Nearby you will also find some restaurants and shopping opportunities.

The rooms are spread over 7 floors and offer air conditioning, free wifi, a refrigerator and partly river views. There is also a nice swimming pool for guests as well as the TASTE restaurant, which offers breakfast and dinner with buffets on special occasions. This Ibis is situated directly in Bangkok, but still a quiet and relaxing choice.

You can find more information about the Ibis Bangkok Riverside on Booking.com.

The Ibis Riverside Bangkok hotel with a swimming pool

The cozy rooms of the Ibis Riverside in Bangkok

At Mind Executive Suites

The At Mind Executive Suites hotel is hidden in a side street of the Sukhumvit Road, just a few minutes walk from the On Nut BTS Station. The modern rooms are all equipped with air conditioning, refrigerator, TV, free wifi and a balcony. For a slightly higher price you can even rent a suite with a large living room and kitchen.

For the guests there is also a gym and a rooftop swimming pool with views at the surroundings. Nearby are some dining options as well as a Tesco Lotus supermarket at the BTS station. A great base to explore Bangkok.

You can find more information about the At Mind Executive Suites in Bangkok on Booking.com.

Swimming pool on the roof of the At Mind Executive Suites in Bangkok

One of the rooms of the At Mind Executive Suites Bangkok

More hotel recommendations for Bangkok – middle class:

  • Noursabah Bed-Bangkok – from € 39 per night Book
  • Beat Hotel Bangkok – from € 43 per night Book
  • IR-ON Hotel – from € 36 per night Book

Where to stay in Bangkok – high-class hotels

Chatrium Hotel Riverside Bangkok

The Chatrium Hotel Riverside is, as the name suggests, located directly at the banks of the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok. The hotel is situated a bit south of the city center, but has a complimentary shuttle boat to the Sathorn Pier, where you can take the Chao Phraya Express Boat or the train from the close-by Saphin Taksin BTS Station to explore the city.

As a guest you can enjoy an extensive breakfast and spacious comfortable rooms. Many of them even have a balcony, which is mostly directed to the city or the river. Inside the 36 floors high building you can find a swimming pool, gym, massage, sauna and gardens. The Chatrium offers everything you need for a great stay.

You can find more information about the Chatrium Hotel Riverside on Booking.com.

The view from the balcony of the Chatrium Riverside Bangkok at the Asiatique night market

One of the many rooms of the Chatrium Riverside Bangkok with a view at the river

Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort

The Anantara Riverside hotel is a green oasis in the middle of Bangkok. The quiet complex of the hotel is situated right at the Chao Phraya River but far away from the hustle and bustle of the city. With the free shuttle boat you can easily get to the Sathorn Pier with connections to the BTS Skytrain and Chao Phraya Express Boat. The large breakfast buffet, the friendly staff and a beautiful swimming pool will complete your stay.

The rooms of the Anantara Riverside leave nothing to be desired. They even offer a free mobile phone for the time of your stay. Furthermore, the resort offers a gym, massage and spa, a tennis court or a bar directly at the river banks, where you can spent a nice evening in Bangkok.

You can find more information about the Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort on Booking.com.

View at the swimming pool area of the Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort

The comfortable rooms in the Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort

More hotel recommendations for Bangkok – High-Class:

  • The Berkeley Hotel Pratunam – from € 60 per night Book
  • Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn – from € 104 per night Book
  • Lebua at State Tower – from € 110 per night Book

Of course these listed hotels represent only a small part of Bangkok’s huge hotel choice. All over the city you will find nice hotels like in the lively neighborhood of Sukhumvit, around the backpacker area Khao San Road or quietly by the river. You can always check out some more hotels on or Booking.com.

Photo 5: courtesy of Ibis Bangkok Riverside – Photo 8 and 9: courtesy of Chatrium Hotel Riverside Bangkok

What is your personal favorite hotel in Bangkok? Do you have a specific hotel recommendation in Bangkok? Let us know!

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