Hotels Near All the Best Shopping and Markets in Bangkok

Paul Feinstein | December 28, 2017

Known around the world for its cutting-edge fashions, cheap markets, and big-scale malls, Bangkok is a shopping-lover’s dream with endless options. We would highly recommend bringing an extra bag so you can fill up with wonderous wares not found anywhere else. These are the best hotels near shopping centers in Bangkok.


Avani Riverside Bangkok Hotel

Why it made the list

Down river and away from the bustle and bustle of the city is the oh-so-chic Avani Riverside. And just across the waterway is one of Bangkok’s newest and coolest shopping areas called Asiatique. This night bazaar is an entertainment complex with carnival rides, sumptuous street food, and dozens of shops with avant-garde fashions.

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Novotel Suvarnabhumi Airport

Why it made the list

Staying at the Novotel Bangkok Airport Hotel may feel far away from the city, but it also means you have one last buying opportunity at Bangkok’s second biggest open-air bazaar. The Rot Fai Train Night Market is a short taxi-ride away and is THE place for antique collectibles and vintage fashions. If you want to stock up on unique last-minute gifts, this is your spot.

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The Landmark Bangkok

Why it made the list

Just outside the Landmark Hotel, you’ll find yourself in the heart of Bangkok’s garment district. If you want to get a finely tailored suit (at finely cheap prices), you can literally walk down the street to find hundreds of tailors offering amazing deals. Check out Rajawongse Dress for Success next door to the hotel where the tailors have fitted everyone from members of the royal family to Barack Obama.

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Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit

Why it made the list

Only a few steps away from the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit is Terminal 21. Here, each floor is broken up by country-styled themes, enticing shoppers to travel the world while they spend. You’ll find international buying opportunities with areas based on Rome, Paris, San Francisco, Tokyo, London, and more.

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Why it made the list

The biggest flea market in Bangkok is Chatuchak Market and is only open on weekends. The Siam@Siam is only a short subway ride away from this colossal shopper’s dream (or nightmare depending on your perspective). At Chatuchak, there are literally hundreds of stalls selling everything from home furnishings and clothes to flowers and wild animals. Mind your wallet as this is also a pickpocket’s dream because of the intense claustrophobic space.

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Amari Watergate

Why it made the list

The Amari Watergate sits adjacent to one of the largest markets in Bangkok. Pratunam Market is an indoor/outdoor maze that winds around the hotel and is filled with elbow to elbow tourists and locals looking for bargains on knock-off fashions and souvenirs.

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Novotel Bangkok on Siam Square

Why it made the list

The Novotel Bangkok on Siam Square sits smack-dab in the middle of restaurants, boutiques, and salons. Thai university students can be found canvassing the rows upon rows of bargain-friendly shops at all hours of the day.

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Siam Kempinski

Why it made the list

Close to the Grand Hyatt, The Siam Kempinski is also attached to its very own mall. The Siam Paragon is a shopping-lovers dream with hundreds of stores, restaurants, and more.

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Grand Hyatt Erawan

Why it made the list

This hotel sits in the heart of Bangkok’s shopping district and is a short walk to any number of malls. Of course if you don’t want to head outside into the city heat, you only have to walk a few feet and you’ll find yourself inside Erawan Bangkok with dozens of chic boutiques and high-end goodies.

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Siam Heritage

Why it made the list

One of the best night markets in the city is in Silom, where bargain-hunters can peruse the rows upon rows of knock-off bags, shoes, and more. At the northern end of the street sits The Siam Heritage, a teak-laden boutique that bills itself as a traditional Thai accommodation.

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