Hotels in Bangkok

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From backpacker accommodations for a few bucks to five-star hotels, Bangkok has a place for everyone to rest their head. Frequent visitors to Paris, ... Read More

From backpacker accommodations for a few bucks to five-star hotels, Bangkok has a place for everyone to rest their head. Frequent visitors to Paris, New York City, and Los Angeles wondering where to stay in Bangkok will delight in the reasonable prices of mid- to upper-level hotels.

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 colors and 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 hotels in Bangkok.

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  • Arun Residence

    All six rooms of this tucked away Portuguese river house have stunning and uninterrupted views of Wat Arun, one of Bangkok’s most iconic temples. Rooms... Read More

  • Hotel Muse

    Centrally located near all the mega malls and the Skytrain, Hotel Muse is intimate with well-lit rooms and comfortable beds for a great price. Zip up to... Read More

  • Le Méridien Bangkok

    This 24-story hotel features plush interiors including etched mirrors, floor-to-ceiling bedroom windows and Thai sculptures. Located ... Read More

  • Lebua at State Tower

    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.... Read More

  • Mandarin Oriental Bangkok

    It would be a shame for any visitor to come to Bangkok and miss the splendor of the Mandarin Oriental. For more than 135 years, this Travel + Leisure... Read More

  • The Peninsula Bangkok

    The Peninsula is still a perennially popular favorite, especially among business traveler set. Located on the Thonburi side the river, the spacious... Read More

  • The Siam Hotel

    The Siam is a beautiful, amenity-rich hotel designed by Bill Bensley that is equal parts compound and oasis on the river. During your stay, watch a... Read More

  • The St. Regis Bangkok

    The St. Regis favors a more contemporary style as opposed to tradition Thai. While the Bangkok branch doesn’t have as much character as other St. Regis... Read More

  • The Sukhothai Bangkok

    The Zen atmosphere at this downtown Bangkok hotel is anything but cookie-cutter, and the six acres of lotus ponds and gardens seem more temple-like than... Read More

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