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Where to Stay in Bangkok

Accommodation options run the gamut from super luxury to medium range hotels and highly affordable guest houses. One can choose a place to stay by the Chao Praya River which though a little away from the hustle of the city provides beautiful views of the river.

Many of the top end luxury hotels are located here including the Royal Orchid Sheraton and the Shangrila or the Lebua at State Tower. If you want to be in the heart of the city the Grand Hyatt Erawan is a great choice in the upper category as is Rembrandt in Sukhumvit which is a lovely 4 star hotel. There are many like the Belair Princess and Novotel Lotus which fall into the four star category. Budget options are Bangkok Boutique hotel and the Baiyoke Suite.

Five star hotels like Conrad and Four Seasons, Mariott Resort and Spa and Mandarin Oriental, Metropolitan Hotel and Banyan Tree can be found in the city’s upscale places like Chidlom - Ploenchit, Riverside and Sathorn respectively. They are close to the city’s major centres and shopping malls.

Budget hotels, too, are available in important areas. Hua Lamphong and China Town Hotel in Chinatown are easy to commute to and are ten minutes from Hualumpong. Swasdee Smile Inn and Swasdee Welcome Inn at Old Bangkok are comfortable and reasonable with many facilities like internet, cafes, tour desks and bars. The Swasdee Sukhumvit Inn is in Sukhumvit, an important centre in Bangkok and is well connected by public transport.

For students youth hostels are an excellent option. They are cheap, comfortable and just minutes away from all major places in the city. You can check out Hua Lamphong, it is near the main train station, Lub d Bangkok at Silom, Cosy Bangkok Place Hostel is located in the heart of the city and the New Road Guest House at Charoen Krung.


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