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The 10 Best Bang for Your Buck Hotels in Bangkok

Paul Feinstein | December 28, 2017

The beauty of staying in Bangkok is that you can find incredibly cheap deals at very cool hotels. Obviously, it helps to reserve in the off-season, but even still, finding low prices is easy for any budget-conscious booker. Here are some of our favorite accommodations that won’t break your bank.


Amari Boulevard

Why it made the list

This pyramid-shaped hotel is right off Sukhumvit and surrounded by shops, massage parlors, restaurants and bars. Prices start around $60, but if you book far enough in advance you can get anywhere from 10-15% off, free breakfast, or discounts on your minibar.

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The Landmark Bangkok

Why it made the list

Perfectly located on Sukhumvit Road, The Landmark is a grand hotel with a small price. For around $110, you’ll find yourself in a high-end joint with all the frills including multiple drinking and dining options, maybe the best gym in Bangkok, and a lovely spa.

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Triple Two Silom

Why it made the list

A modern boutique, Triple Two Silom is close to restaurants and shops and offers free breakfast with its $70 and up rooms. Check their site for specials though, as off-season usually brings steep discounts.

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Siam Heritage

Why it made the list

This Traditional Thai boutique is right on the busy stretch of Patpong and provides guests with a number of discounts and packages. If you book direct with the hotel, you’ll receive a welcome drink and free Wi-Fi. Check their site often as they always have promotions like getting 30% off for booking in advance. Rooms typically start around $70, but there’s always a deal to be had.

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River View Guest House

Why it made the list

Once you wind your way through the back alleys of Chinatown to find this small spot, you’ll truly appreciate its prices that can run as low as $15. If you book on their site, you’ll find a bevy of promotions like discounts on air-conditioned rooms, free welcome drinks, and even free nights. Prices vary depending on whether you stay in a dorm or a solo room with AC.

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Radisson Suites Bangkok Sukhumvit

Why it made the list

An all-suite hotel on a busy street off Sukhumvit, the Radisson Suites has a great rooftop pool and free WiFi for rates that start around $85. You won’t find a bigger room in Bangkok for that price. Additionally, the hotel has one of the best Indian restaurants in the entire city.

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Phranakorn Nornlen

Why it made the list

Phranakorn Nornlen is a hard-to-find artsy abode with 31 individually designed rooms to inspire your inner Picasso. Rates start around $60 in the off season, and that includes free breakfast and Wi-Fi, and discounts on various classes that the hotel offers like cooking, sewing, and arts & crafts.

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La Residence

Why it made the list

A tiny boutique with only 26 rooms, La Residence is a quiet Silom neighborhood hotel that’s far enough away from the chaos but close enough to walk to it. Starting at a measly $26 in the off season, this hidden gem has few frills, but there is breakfast and free Wi-Fi.

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Ma Hotel

Why it made the list

Ma Hotel dubs itself as a five-star hotel with four star prices. And while we beg to differ with the five-star moniker, rooms here start at a surprisingly low $40 in the off-season. Close to the river and a number of major attractions, Ma also has a nice indoor pool, decent restaurant and bar, and a free shuttle to the nearest Sky Train station.

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Buddy Lodge

Why it made the list

Right in the heart of Khao San Road (a backpacker and ex-pat street with markets, restaurants, and budget accommodations), Buddy Lodge is a small boutique that offers a variety of deals. Single rooms start around $40 a night, but if you book three nights you can get perks like free Wi-Fi, complimentary city tours, and massive discounts on laundry.

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