Bangkok

Hotels in Bangkok

Bangkok hotels are perfect for a relaxing vacation. Arun Residence is tucked away on a small residential street in the Old City quarter of Bangkok. The four-story hotel features only a handful guest rooms (book early). The hotel boasts incredible views, with proximity to Wat Arun. The wooden home combines Asian and European design influences to beautiful effect. If you can, try to book a suite with a private terrace lined with palms. Le Méridien Bangkok is a modern, swanky hotel in Bangkok – some rooms even feature circular beds – located in the business district. Features, including etched mirrors, wall-length windows, Thai sculptures and black mosaic bathroom tiles, add a ritzy flair to the neutral-decorated, clean lines of the rooms.

Lebua State Tower – 63 stories above the bustling street – offers incredible views of the Chao Phraya River and Bangkok’s towering skyscrapers, especially from its rooftop restaurant. The hotel has excellent, attentive staff and luxurious amenities including balconies, feather beds and free Wi-Fi throughout. It is one of the best Bangkok hotels. See below for more of the best hotels in Bangkok, Thailand.

Housed inside a former YMCA building, the Metropolitan Bangkok has a refreshingly hip aesthetic. The hotel’s public areas and guest rooms are dominated by clean lines, dark wood furnishings, and cream-colored accents.

Business-friendly high-rise, centrally located in the business district and connected to a SkyTrain stop, with casually chic rooms and public spaces.

The Grand Millennium Sukhumvit is located on Asoke Road, one of Bangkok’s main thoroughfares. The 325-room hotel has a striking glass exterior and an eye-catching, modern lobby decorated in shades of brown with a glass reception desk.

Overlooking the Chao Phraya River and the skyscrapers of Bangkok, the 63 stories of the Lebua are a respite from the vibrant Bangkok street life below.

Located on Rajdamri Road, the Grand Hyatt Erawan overlooks the city’s famous Erawan Shrine and is convenient to shopping at Siam Paragon and a BTS Skytrain station. The atrium area is enclosed by a glass ceiling and is decorated with pieces from the hotel’s modern art collection.

Housed on six acres of lush gardens, the renovated property is done up in an earth-toned palette with chenille canvas wall fabrics.

Hidden on a small residential street in the Old City, this quaint four-story hotel abuts the Chao Phraya River and has an open lobby with views of Wat Arun, the 19th-century Temple of the Dawn.

One of the most prestigious and luxurious hotels in Bangkok, the Mandarin Oriental was established in 1837 and has hosted Thai royalty and movie stars. Located on the Chao Phraya River, the hotel houses 358 guest rooms and 38 suites.

Riverside hotel with Bangkok’s largest treatment rooms at the property’s CHI, The Spa.

If you fused the grandeur of colonial india with the simplicity of an African game lodge, the results would look much like the Eugenia.

Ten years ago, most Bangkok lodgings were either big luxury hotels or grimy backpacker dens. Things have changed, thanks to a string of new small-scale properties. Seven, one of the latest, occupies a town house on a quiet street in the happening Sukhumvit neighborhood.

This small, boutique hotel on Khao San Road houses only 76 rooms in two styles, standard and deluxe. Each room is furnished with Thai antiques and has natural wood accents. The property includes a rooftop pool and bar, a fitness center, and both a sauna and steam room.

French colonial hotel with gardens, hand-painted silk ceilings, and the city’s largest lap pool. 

24-story hotel with plush interiors (etched mirrors; floor-to-ceiling bedroom windows; Thai sculptures) off ritzy Silom Road. The December 2008 addition is a refreshing change from the flashy, rough-silk décor common in Thai hotels.

All-suite skyscraper that’s also home to the popular 61st-floor Vertigo Grill & Moon Bar and a signature spa.