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Buddy Lodge The rooms are clean, comfortable, and have character and air-conditioning. The buffet breakfast is great with a view of Khao San Road. The staff goes out of the way to help you and make your stay comfortable. Price ranges from USD$ 20-40.

New World City Hotel The hotel’s three suites, 54 deluxe and 115 superior rooms all have a balcony, color TV and telephones with IDD. There are baby sitting facilities for families, massage services and a fitness room. This relatively quiet yet centrally located hotel is ideal for business people and leisure travelers. From $23

Sawasdee Smile Inn The Thai nature shines through in their way of expressing welcome to guests from near and far. Your budget may be small but here you will find warmth and hospitality at a price you can afford. Breakfast is not included From US$13 THB

Boonsiri Place All 48 new rooms, each room is decorated in different oil-painted picture showing cultural styles which guest can choose. Also, guests can see more of the charm of old Bangkok while relaxing at the hotel. Prices start at US$31.61

Hotel De Moc offers the most up to date facilities including Wi Fi Hot Spot Internet access, Free 24 hr. bicycle service, free tuk tuk service. It reflects traditional standards of excellent service and hospitality. From US$ 37.35 for single bed rooms

Trang Hotel’s rooms offer air-conditioning, wall-to-wall carpet, satellite TV and private bath/shower with hot and cold water. On the hotel's premises there is a swimming pool, fitness center, and a cafe/restaurant (cafe de Trang) serving an extensive range of Thai and Western food (breakfast buffet and a la carte lunch, ala carte dinner). In addition, Trang Hotel has quality Chinese restaurant offering Chinese Cuisine and specials such as Dim-Sum. From US$37.35

Bhiman Inn The 45 rooms at the property have standard amenities like air-conditioning, cable TV, while the Aura Kitchen provides guests with choices from Thai and international cuisines. For those who like to relax by the pool, the option to do is also available at the Bhiman Inn. From US$29.6

Viengtai Hotel This is a decent hotel for your average tourist looking for a functional and clean hotel. The breakfast buffet each morning is enjoyable and offered with both Western and Asian options. The staff is helpful and friendly. From $45


Grand President Everything feels new, spotless, spacious and high quality, from the shiny bathrooms to the well-thought out work areas. Thai silks, mirrors, textured fabrics and dark wood make the rooms soothing to the senses. On the practical side, you have all the benefits of an apartment such as kitchenette, washing machine and lounge areas. From US$56

Asia Bangkok Hotel The lobby is a huge mall where Western tourists and Asian businessmen come and go incessantly beneath the chandeliers. The prolific staff is helpful and informative. The rooms are large, comfortable and well-appointed if slightly overpriced. If you're not huge on in-hotel recreation and dining facilities there are just as decent rooms elsewhere for less. From US$ 62

Navali River Resort The rooms of the Navali River Resort are decorated in East-meets-West style with individual decoration in dark wood and strong oriental colors of fuchsia, orange and gold. All rooms are equipped with mod cons, and some have glass walled bathroom, perfect for savoring the spectacular views as you have as well earned soak in the tub. From $59

The Narai with modern, Thai-influenced décor, the crowded entry way leads to a rather dark, circular lobby with a staircase spiraling up to a set of dining tables overlooking the reception area. The Narai has a wide range of services that make this property reasonably-suited for both business and leisure travelers. Rates can be as low as $43 depending on the season, and the average is about $75.

Saladang Place is a relatively new, high-rise complex that offers comfortable, residential-like accommodations at reasonable rates. Studio apartments, with either one double bed or two singles. The larger rooms have kitchenettes with stoves along with a dining area. All rooms are carpeted and come with IDD phones, and international cable and satellite channels. Rates are lowest in January at US$55.
Novotel On Siam Square is a prominent terraced hotel and one of the city most centrally located hotels. The guestrooms provide modern comfort, a unique feeling of spaciousness and contemporary decor for both business and leisure travel. Recreational options include a fitness centre, massage, an outdoor heated pool and sauna. From US$95


The Oriental has been described as “a grand old dame”, and for almost 130 years royalty, important dignitaries and other distinguished guests have all followed the legendary Chao Phraya River to the doors of one of the world’s most luxurious (and famous) hotels, The Oriental, Bangkok. Themed suites are named after and inspired by famous previous guests, like Somerset Maugham and Barbara Cartland. It is opulence in its most extreme form.

Sukhothai Hotel Experience the essence of Thailand at the Sukhothai Bangkok. It offers guests a superb choice of luxury accommodation combined with an ideal location in the heart of Bangkok. For the ultimate in relaxation and rejuvenation visit Spa Botanica at the Sukhothai Bangkok which offers a full range of massage and beauty treatments.

Four Seasons Hotel Traditional Thai architecture, hand-painted silk ceilings, intricate artwork, an impressively scaled lobby and glorious gardens - Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok offers exquisite accommodations and gracious hospitality strategically located in the corporate and shopping heart of Bangkok’s bustling core.

Lebua at State Tower The most spacious by category in the city, each one of its guest suites feature separate living area, Bulgari bath amenities, feather soft beds and Petrossian amenities. Other hotel facilities include an open air swimming pool and jacuzzi, a Fitness Center with gymnasium, sauna, steam rooms and massage rooms.
Peninsula Bangkok The 370 rooms of the Peninsula Bangkok, incorporate "guestroom comfort technology" to such an extent you will not really want to leave the hotel. The technology centers on the custom designed bedside electronic control panel, from where guests can regulate temperature, lighting, telephones, and audio visual systems with the simple touch of a button.

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