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Mandarin Hotel Managed by Centre Point - Bangkok Hotels
AU$183

Mandarin Hotel Managed by Centre Point

662 Rama IV Road, Bangkok - Map
 
 
"great hotel "
While a nice beautiful hotel we struggled to get a drink beyond a beer ... They didn't do cocktails or even a vodka!
Traveller from New Zealand
lebua at State Tower - Bangkok Hotels
AU$498

lebua at State Tower

1055 Silom Road, Bangrak, Bangkok - Map
 
 
"Excellent hotel with access to everywhere"
Excellent hotel with great river views and the night lights of Bangkok
Traveller from Brisbane, Australia
In Silom Road, this hotel is in the epicenter of shopping and entertainment districts, and in 500 meters (0.3 miles) of …More
Dusit Thani Bangkok - Bangkok Hotels

Dusit Thani Bangkok

946 Rama IV Road, Silom, Bangkok - Map
 
 
"Great Location"
The Hotel was great, the only problem we had, which is probably more a booking problem, is, we booked for 4 people, but the booking was only for a room with a king bed! So we would had to pay extra for extra beds, which is ridiculous because I assumed when you book for 4 you get 4 beds!!!!! the hotel was very helpful and upgraded us to a bigger room for free, so maybe wotif should make this more obvious when booking
Traveller from Sydney
Amara Bangkok - Bangkok Hotels
AU$165

Amara Bangkok

180/1 Surawong Road, Sipraya, Bangkok - Map
 
 
"Clean hotel, good area, good price $80aus"
Clean hotel, good staff, great rooftop pool, good food
Traveller from F
iSanook Residence - Bangkok Hotels
AU$79

iSanook Residence

118, Soi Songphra, Siphraya Road, Bangkok - Map
 
 
"Nice new hotel located in quite area"
I had a nice stay. Very good value for money. Not too far from public transport.
A Traveller
The Pavilion Place - Bangkok Hotels
AU$42

The Pavilion Place

37/3-17 Patpong 2 Road, Bangkok - Map
 
 
The Tawana Bangkok - Bangkok Hotels

The Tawana Bangkok

80 Suranwongse Road, Bangkok - Map
 
 
"Close to Central Retail District"
Lovely hotel in a very convenient position to BTR and retail district. Our room was spacious, beautiful king size bed and nice and quiet. We didn't get to eat in the hotel, but found time to enjoy a swim in the pool. Free parking was a real benefit for us on this particular trip.
A Traveller
Narai Hotel - Bangkok Hotels
AU$130

Narai Hotel

222 Silom Road, Bangkok - Map
 
 
"Very good Transit Hotel"
I have used the Narai Hotel many times in the last 6 years,in that time I found the only thing that needed to improve was the smile and greeting at the reception desk.This year it has been done. GOOD VALUE for money.
Traveller from Innisfail AUSTRALIA.
The hotel is named for The King Narai the Great of Thailand. The name Narai in Thai is also used to refer to the Hindu deity …More
Red Planet Surawong Bangkok - Bangkok Hotels
AU$82

Red Planet Surawong Bangkok

178 Surawong Road, Bangkok - Map
 
 
"Nice new hotel"
A nice new hotel at a good price in a reasonably good location. The distance to the MRT is a bit long but not excessive at 10 minutes. Did not have breakfast but the restaurant downstairs had good food albeit a bit more expensive due to surcharges and GST. Lots of places to eat nearby and easy to get taxis or tuk tuks. All in all a nice budget hotel that I would be happy to stay at again.
Traveller from Newcastle
Triple Two Silom - Bangkok Hotels
AU$233

Triple Two Silom

222 Silom Road, Bangkok - Map
 
 
"Very good hotel . Highly recommended "
Clean , quiet and comfortable . Staff were attentative ; good location . What more could you need .
Traveller from melbourne , Australia

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    Accommodation In Bangkok

    When it comes to capital cities, Bangkok really embraces the “go big or go home” ethos. While not one of the world’s largest cities, it’s definitely one of its most intense. Whether you want to make beautiful memories, experience spiritual awakening or just forget it all with some Thai rice moonshine, hotels in Bangkok put you in the centre of all the action. Thailand isn’t called “The Land of Smiles” for nothing—you’re sure to leave happy.

    Things to Do in Bangkok

    Bangkok is flush with can’t-miss landmarks and attractions, so we hope you brought your walking shoes! Bright golds contrast with subdued pastels at The Grand Palace, where you can visit the Emerald Buddha (but don’t touch him unless you’re the king!). On your way out, learn about another kingly symbol at the three-headed pink elephant statue, which symbolises royal power. Then see some pink elephants of your own with a trip to Khao San Road, where you’ll find boozy hangouts catering to all types—and we mean ALL types.

    Accommodation near Chatuchak Market is a great choice if looking for deals is your deal. Barter for everything from Buddhist amulets to silk scarves, book an afternoon for reading rare novels or “hang around” the clothing section looking for that perfect hill tribe outfit at Thailand’s largest market. Chatuchak calls itself “The Place Where You Can Find Everything”—and much like the rest of Bangkok, they aren’t kidding.

    Getting To & Around Bangkok

    Flights to Bangkok will land 30 km east of the city at Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK). The Airport Rail Link runs from the airport to downtown’s Phaya Thai station. However, if you’re getting in late or can’t tell up from down on a map, you can also take a taxi to your accommodation in Bangkok—just make sure you hail one at an official cab stand. Once you’ve dropped your bags, fly above the traffic on the SkyTrain to attractions like Siam Square. Use it to hook up with the Express Boat on the Chao Phraya River and ferry your way to Rattanakosin, where you’ll find major landmarks like the Grand Palace and Wat Pho.

    Best Time to Travel

    You can head to Bangkok any time, but we’ve got a few words of wisdom. With temperatures that hover around 30 degrees C year-round, the biggest considerations when booking Bangkok holidays are rainfall and humidity. If you want to avoid some of that humidity, book a trip from November to February, when the weather is cool and dry (by tropical standards!). In March and April, the temps and humidity rise; if you’re looking for off-peak bargains, the rainy season from July to October is a good time to look for deals on Bangkok hotels.

    Pack your sense of adventure and prepare for a holiday that can truly be whatever you want it to be. Let Wotif help you find your perfect Bangkok accommodation, and all you’ll have to worry about is whether or not to visit the mummy museum.

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