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Swissotel Nai Lert Park

Bangkok 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

All rooms of this canalside Swissôtel have balconies overlooking the unusually expansive grounds and pool, and the bathrooms are bright and airy. — Time Out

Grounds dotted with waterfalls, waterways, bridges, walkways and evocative Thai pavilions offer an idyllic refuge and ensure perennially high occupancy. — Star Service

Bangkok’s Swissôtel Nai Lert Park is a five-story, low-rise hotel set in over eight-and-a-half acres of tropical plants, a garden, and a Thai-style canal. — DK Eyewitness

This hotel has seen a few reincarnations during its 30-year history, but we like the current one. — Lonely Planet

The luxury Swissotel Nai Lert Park has a tropical resort vibe in one of central Bangkok’s most posh enclaves, Ploenchit/Chidlom. — Oyster

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Hansar Bangkok Hotel

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The 94-room luxury Hansar Bangkok Hotel offers the intimate atmosphere of a boutique property along with impeccable style and generous amenities. — Oyster

Opened in 2011, the Hansar is one of Bangkok's newer luxury hotels and it has caused quite a stir with its superb, all-suite accommodation. — Frommer's

Hansar Bangkok Hotel is in the heart of Bangkok, walking distance from Police General Hospital and Erawan Shrine. This 5-star hotel is within close proximity of Amarin Plaza and Erawan... — Jetsetter

The brand-new Hansar can claim that elusive intersection of style and value. — Lonely Planet

Ninety-four rooms in a high-rise just off the business district’s main drag. The Hansar’s immediate neighbors are mostly condominiums, but the St. Regis and the Four Seasons are practically next door. — Condé Nast Traveler

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InterContinental Bangkok

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Set in the midst of Bangkok'€™s bustling commercial district, the InterContinental Bangkok is located nearby the city'€™s Sukhumvit Road, popular among visitors to Bangkok. — Gayot

Grand dame of Bangkok serves up sleek design and tantalizing city views without the chain-hotel feel. — Jetsetter

In one of the city's prime business districts, this fine hotel does a good job of catering to its corporate clientele. — Fodor's

After wrestling through city-center traffic and pollution, stepping into the cool, calm lobby of this business behemoth is nothing short of paradise. Its proximity to the SkyTrain is a... — Star Service

Enclosed in a glass-and-steel tower, rooms are decked out in swanky, high-end business hotel standards and come with unobstructed views of the seething city. — Frommer's

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Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort

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This is more a resort than a hotel, with many restaurants and a small mall connected. — Fodor's

The Anantara Riverside’s immense grounds of tropical gardens make it feel a bit like a resort escape, even though it’s a hotel in the middle of one of the world’s most nonstop cities. — Afar Magazine

A luxury resort perched along the river outside central Bangkok, and a free, 20-minute ferry ride from the capital's bustling downtown. — Oyster

Downriver from the upscale Shangri-La and Peninsula hotels, this hearty hotel attracts business and leisure travelers with its comprehensive facilities, resortlike atmosphere and great... — Star Service

Located south of the city on the banks of Mae Nam Chao Phraya, ‘resort’ is in this case at least an accurate moniker for this expansive, relax-oriented hotel. — Lonely Planet

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lebua at State Tower

Silom 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This “all-suite” hotel is probably best known for its vertiginous outdoor restaurant and bar on the 52nd floor. — DK Eyewitness

Plush modern accommodations, varied dining and exemplary service are highlights here, where double-sized digs go for about half the price of its neighbors. — Star Service

Overlooking the Chao Phraya River and the skyscrapers of Bangkok, the 63 stories of the Lebua are a respite from the vibrant Bangkok street life below. — Travel + Leisure

Opened the world's "highest whiskey bar" in May 2017. — Condé Nast Traveler

Stunningly spacious one-, two-, and three-bedroom suites are wholly contemporary, decked out in icy white, deep brown, and steel hues. — Frommer's

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JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok

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Designed by modernist Thai architect Sumet Jumsai, it stands on Sukhumvit Soi and has the airy Bangkok Baking Company café. — Time Out

The JW Marriott is by far the best value in Bangkok. — Concierge

Black marble high-rise with a full roster of business amenities and a prime location on Bangkok’s main shopping drag. — Travel + Leisure

Although the hotel is on Sukhumvit Road, in "a busy, high-energy area with shops, banks, restaurants, malls, and tailors," it's "a little difficult" to reach the tourist attractions from here. — Condé Nast Traveler

JW Marriott's downtown hotel is a huge, black marble hive of action, with great eats, a fine spa, and unparalleled convenience. — Frommer's

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Pullman Bangkok Hotel G

Silom 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Towards the quieter end of Thanon Silom, a clever renovation combines contemporary Asian artworks and furnishings with understated French elegance. — Rough Guide

As with most hotels that mix business and leisure guests, this swish venue is pleasantly modern and relatively efficient. — Frommer's

Coffee and liqueur colours add a spike of cool to this otherwise suburban-minded hotel. — Lonely Planet

This larger than average group stop is Pullman's No. 2 operation in Bangkok, a minimalist midrange offering that fails to meet the higher standards of its oddly named sibling Pullman... — Star Service

Designer digs with impressive skyline views, a luxe French spa and a hip 24-hour burger joint. — Jetsetter

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W Bangkok

Silom 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This gleaming tower bearing the infamous W brand has been a long time coming for Bangkok. While there are several contemporary hotels in town (the lobby and public areas of the new... — Star Service

In a city sparkling with gold, flashing with neon and tangled with greenery, it’s challenging to capture the attention of travelers and locals, but W Bangkok has been doing so since it... — Forbes Travel Guide

The W Bangkok is a chic luxury property in the heart of Bangkok's Sathorn/Silom business district. — Oyster

Bangkok's latest high-flying hotel, the W has all sorts of snazzy art and design touches both inside and outside the rooms. — Fodor's

Guests can mix and mingle with socialites and diplomats at the W Bangkok. — Gayot

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The Okura Prestige Bangkok

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Think grand interiors, Japanese-style dining, and an infinity pool with cracking views over downtown Bangkok at this lavish, high-rise hotel right in the middle of all the action — The Telegraph

The 240-room Okura Prestige Bangkok is a large five-pearl hotel located in the heart of downtown Bangkok, just steps from the Ploen Chit Skytrain, shopping, dining, and sightseeing. — Oyster

A sleek, modern hotel that’s brought a swish touch of Japanese-style luxury to Thailand’s fascinating capital city. — Forbes Travel Guide

We like the minimalist, almost contemplative feel of the lobby and the 240 rooms, and the subtle but thoughtful, often distinctly Japanese touches. — Lonely Planet

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Phranakorn-Nornlen Hotel

Banglamphu 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Set in an expansive garden compound decorated like the Bangkok of yesteryear, this bright and cheery hotel is a hyper-atmospheric – if not necessarily great-value – place to stay. — Lonely Planet

The 31-room Phranakorn Nornlen Hotel is a value hotel with an artsy boutique vibe and an emphasis on healthy living. — Oyster

What was once a seedy short-time motel has been transformed into a bohemian haven with genuine eco-conscious and socially engaged sensibilities and a tangible fair-trade philosophy. — Rough Guide

This hotel advocates the slow life. The food is vegetarian and purely organic and the place is small, but pays attention to details. — DK Eyewitness

This cosy guesthouse melds bygone styles of Thai wooden-house living with art and a sense of community. — Time Out

Conrad Bangkok Hotel

Bangkok 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This property has plenty of competition on Wireless Road, where there is a cluster of good hotels, but it beats them all — Star Service

When built in 2003, the Conrad was one of the first hotels in Bangkok to consciously make an effort to appeal to the young and hip. — Lonely Planet

Though this hotel is one of the largest in the city, the service doesn't suffer—the staff is attentive and the beautifully designed rooms are perfect down to the smallest detail. — Fodor's

This fashionable high-rise springs out of the smart All Seasons Place complex, cluttered with expensive shops and fast-food outlets. — Frommer's

391-room hotel conveniently located in the central business district, near major embassies and the Bangkok Transit System. — Travel + Leisure

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Lamphu Tree House

Banglamphu 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Despite the name, this attractive midranger has its feet firmly on land, and as such represents brilliant value... Highly recommended. — Lonely Planet

This attractively turned-out mid-range guest house offers smart, modish air-con rooms, all with balconies and plenty of polished teakwood fittings. — Rough Guide

The three-pearl Lamphu Tree House sits on the Lamphu Canal away from the busy tourist areas on a pedestrian-only street in the historic district. — Oyster

This small hotel presents some of the best value around the Khao San Road area, and its location is very convenient for visiting places like the Grand Palace and National Museum. — Frommer's

This hotel is located on a canal in the old city, and entered via a footbridge. All the rooms have balconies and are paneled in old teakwood. — DK Eyewitness

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The Westin Grande Sukhumvit

Sukhumvit 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A central Bangkok stay at a luxurious hotel, close to the city's cultural highlights, including breakfast. — Jetsetter

Across the street from the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, the much-renamed and renovated Westin begins on the seventh floor, above Robinson's department store. — Frommer's

The Westin is fancy-schmancy, with lots of sleek surfaces and neon lighting, and bright and shiny modern decor in the futuristic bathrooms. — Fodor's

The four-pearl Westin Grande Sukhumvit has a central location on Sukhumvit Road, amid some of Bangkok's top dining, drinking, and nightlife venues. — Oyster

This property sits on a heavily trafficked road across from its more elegant sibling Sheraton Grande and the value-oriented Four Points. Its proximity to the SkyTrain and subway makes its... — Star Service

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Ariyasomvilla

Sukhumvit 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in an old, tranquil family home built during the Second World War, this is a fine heritage hotel in Bangkok's bustling downtown area. With just 24 comfortable rooms and suites,... — The Telegraph

Owned and operated by the same family since the 1940s, the 25 rooms here are filled with a well-curated collection of Thai antiques. — Travel + Leisure

Located just off Petchaburi and Sukhumvit roads and not too far from the formidable cluster of top-ranked commercial hotels on the eastern edge of the Royal Bangkok Sports Club—Four... — Star Service

The 24-room Ariyasomvilla is an upscale boutique hotel, hidden away at the end of a dead-end street off busy Sukhumvit Road, with its hundreds of restaurants, bars, and shops. — Oyster

Located at the end of Soi 1 behind a virtual wall of frangipani, this beautifully renovated 1940s-era villa is one of the worst-kept accommodation secrets in Bangkok. — Lonely Planet

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Buddy Lodge Hotel

Banglamphu 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is one of the area's best-known, smaller-size hotels providing upscale accommodations. — Frommer's

The 76-room Buddy Lodge Hotel is a solid mid-range property smack dab on Bangkok's Khao San Road. — Oyster

The most stylish and expensive hotel on Khao San and right in the thick of the action. — Rough Guide

This small, boutique hotel on Khao San Road houses only 76 rooms in two styles, standard and deluxe. — Travel + Leisure

This boutique hotel has contributed greatly to the trendiness of Khao San Road. — Fodor's

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Novotel Bangkok on Siam Square

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Both check-in and check-out keep families in mind at this centrally located hotel. — Travel + Leisure

Convenient to shopping, dining, and entertainment, this sprawling hotel is also a short walk from the Skytrain central station, which puts much of the city within reach. — Fodor's

Smack in the middle of the busy Siam Square shopping area, this upscale chain hotel offers 428 rooms, the simplest of which are somewhat spare in decor. — Oyster

This midrange Novotel lying in the thick of the Siam Square shopping area has been around for ages but manages to keep up appearances. — Frommer's

Appropriate for business or leisure, the soon-to-be-renovated Novotel Siam is conveniently located near the BTS and shopping. — Lonely Planet

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Asia Herb Association Spa Auberge Eugenia

Sukhumvit 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Modern amenities such as flat-screen TVs and free domestic and international calls are also provided. Ask about the vintage-car airport transfers. — Lonely Planet

Taiwanese designer Eugene Yu-Cheng Yeh has blended French Indochinoise with British Burma tiffin-ness in 12 bright, massive bedrooms. — Time Out

Start off your stay at The Eugenia with an airport pickup....the luxury cars will take you to the centrally located, colonial-style mansion. — Travel + Leisure

In the Sukhumvit area, this modern manor in the colonial style artfully incorporates hundreds of antique pieces from the owner’s collection. — Condé Nast Traveler

Think colonial-era India or Burma, not modern-day Bangkok. The Eugenia is a period piece, with 12 rooms set in a 19th-century mansion. — Fodor's

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Lub d Bangkok Silom

Silom 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This youth hostel proves that cheap is not equivalent to grubby. — DK Eyewitness

Buzzing, upmarket hostel with air-con and hot water throughout and an industrial feel to the stylishly lit decor. — Rough Guide

This friendly industrial-chic hostel was named one of the 17 coolest in the world by The Observer. — Time Out

Lub di means "sleep well," and that's what this boutique hostel is all about. Unlike most places offering dorm rooms, this hostel does it in style, with bright and clean bathrooms. — Frommer's

This two-and-half pearl, 36-room hostel in trendy Silom, within an easy walk of the skytrain, shopping, dining, and entertainment — Oyster

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The Siam Heritage

Silom 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The family that runs the Siam Heritage has created a classy boutique hotel with a purpose—to preserve and promote Thai heritage. — Fodor's

Tucked off busy Th Surawong, this classy boutique hotel oozes with homey Thai charm – most likely because the owners also live in the same building. — Lonely Planet

Right around the corner from the raucous streets of Patpong, the serene and traditional Siam Heritage provides an interesting contrast. — DK Eyewitness

The upscale, 73-room Siam Heritage uses antique handicrafts and paintings from northern Thailand to inject charm into an otherwise aging hotel. — Oyster

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Pullman Bangkok Grande Sukhumvit

Sukhumvit 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Looking like a giant glass zipper opening from the top down, the Grand Millennium is popular with both business and leisure travellers and with good reason. — Lonely Planet

This upscale lodging also offers cutting-edge technology in its sleek rooms and suites... the whole experience still manages to be quite comfortable. — Fodor's

Discover the best of Bangkok with an elegant stay in a five-star bolthole minutes from swanky shopping haven EmQuartier and more. — Jetsetter

Located near the intersection of the MRT and BTS sky train, the hotel is a five-minute walk from the Terminal 21 shopping mall and ... this hotel is well worth its "grand" classification. — Oyster

Hotel amenities include an on-site spa, The Antidote, a pool, putting green, and six on-site dining outlets, including the inBlue Jazz Lounge, featuring live music. — Travel + Leisure

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