places of interest are not too far from where you are staying. Here is a quick guide to various neighbourhood and best hotels in those areas.
As the city caters to a wide range of travellers. If you are looking for cheap accommodation there are plenty of good options available. A large number of backpackers and solo travellers opt for cheaper youth hostels or single star hotels. The quality of service, in general, is really good and you can easily find a clean one bedroom with basic amenities.
Popular hotels in Bangkok include
Sukhumvit is the heart of entertainment and night-life and very popular with middle-eastern and businessmen for India-Pakistan. You will find lots of nice bars, restaurants and clubs. Sukhumvit is 10 minutes train ride away from Siam Square.
Cheap Hotels in Sukhumvit
Shoppers Mekkah, Siam Square is a couple of blocks of world-class shopping centres accessible by public transport from all parts of the city. If your sole purpose of coming to Bangkok is shopping make sure you find a hotel in this neighbourhood.
- Novotel Bangkok on Siam Square (right in front of MBK Centre)-- Editor's Pick
- Holiday Inn Express Bangkok Siam
- Mercure Bangkok Siam
- Pathumwan Princess Hotel
- Amari Watergate Bangkok (in front of Platinum Mall) - Editor's Pick
- The Sukosol Hotel ( Get on Paya Thai to get to Siam Station in 5 min)-- Editor's Pick
Silom has been a very popular destination in the past because of Patpong. This neighbourhood is known for its bars and clubs. Silom have some of the finest hotels restaurants.
- Crowne Plaza Bangkok Lumpini Park
- Dusit Thani Hotel
- Le Meridien Bangkok
- Tower Club at Lebua - Editor's Pick
Sathorn stretches from Lumpini Park. Ideal for family living as there is plenty of upmarket serviced apartments with restaurants serving a wide range of international cuisine. This area is growing rapidly and becoming very popular with expats.