You sit, silent. Alone with your breath and racing thoughts, you inch closer toward inner peace with each calming inhale and mind-cleansing exhale. Images arise. You breathe them away as your lungs rise and fall. You are one with your entire being in this moment, this tranquil, precious moment. The sweet, musky smell of incense tickles your nose, reminding you of your physical connection to the earth and cosmos. The sensation of unwanted, negative energies leaving your body is followed by a rush of positive, affirming vibrations filling the void and making you whole. With each deep breath in, serenity blossoms; your lips curl after each breath out resulting in a gentle smile. A faint bell chimes, bringing your focus back to the present. As you slowly open your eyes, your awareness informs you that you are not on a cushion on your bedroom floor having concluded your daily ritual of morning meditation. Instead, your gaze is fixed upon the small jadeite figure perched on the pyramid-like alter outside your hotel in Bangkok. Understanding that the search for enlightenment begins from within, your quest has taken you to Wat PhraKaew—the Temple of the Emerald Buddha—in Bangkok. Feeling in accord with the universe, you reverently leave the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand and head back to your Bangkok hotel with a renewed sense of self. Tomorrow, you will take another step in enlightenment’s direction.
Downtown Bangkok is where you will find not only the Temple of the Emerald Buddha on your quest for clarity, but many other Thai treasures as well: the ornately designed Grand Palace where generations of Thai royalty have resided, SanamLuang Park’s oasis of green, and Khao San Road where backpackers and locals enjoy each other’s company at neighborhood bars. Every road seemingly leads downtown and there are so many attractions throughout the nation’s capital. So, when you are deciding where to stay in Bangkok, try an outlying district. Travelocity can help you find great Bangkok hotel prices on rooms all across town. Here are some of our favorite neighborhoods and a hotel option or two for each.
Some of the most expensive real estate in all of Thailand is found in this district just south of downtown. Interspersed between upscale hotel and high-rise commerce skyscrapers are clothing stores, jewelry shops, and art galleries. These popular Bang Rak hotels are well worth considering:
Situated next to Bag Rak, ThungMahaMek is equally distinguished and lavish. A walk around the district will take you past several Buddhist and Hindu temples, the famous Robot Building, and the Vatican Embassy. Also close to the neighborhood are Lumphini Park and the Royal Bangkok Sports Club. Here is our favorite hotel in ThungMahaMek:
Even though Bangkok has enough attractions to fill an entire vacation, you might be spending time in other areas throughout Thailand and Southeast Asia. If that is your plan, a hotel near the Bangkok airport is in order. You won’t find a better hotel near Suvarnabhumi Airport than this one:
When you use Travelocity to book your stay in Thailand’s capital. You’ll find a great selection of cheap hotels near Bangkok, luxurious spas and resorts downtown, and amazing accommodations throughout the city. You’ll save a lot of money, too. Maybe not enough to buy a massive jade Buddha, but enough to continue your quest for tranquility and inner peace on the massage table at a relaxing spa. Just breathe and leave the rest to us.
At Travelocity, you’ll find really nice hotels in Bangkok at great prices. We source incredible prices with our trusted partners, so you have a tempting selection of cheap hotels to choose from. If you can be flexible on dates and location—maybe stay at a hotel near Bangkok rather than in Bangkok—we may find you even better rates, too.
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The cheapest hotel in Bangkok is $13 per night, and we have hotels to suit every budget and every taste. Of course, the price you pay depends on your dates of travel, the length of your stay, and the hotel’s location. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
There are 4886 hotels in Bangkok on Travelocity. Out of reviews, the average rating for Bangkok hotels is 0.0.
Bangkok has so many great hotels to choose from at Travelocity—and it’s so easy to find the perfect one. Just choose one of our popular pre-selected hotels with great reviews, or you can refine your search to build your ideal stay. Simply filter hotels based on price or star rating, or select properties with a pool, a hot tub, or a range of other amenities and pick the best place to stay in Bangkok for you!.
If you want the joy of a fun-filled trip in peak season, visit Bangkok during July, June, May. If you’d prefer the peace of off-season, book a stay during quieter months, such as December, November, October.
Our data shows October is usually the cheapest month to visit Bangkok. However, we have incredible deals all year round, so we’re confident you’ll find a room in your budget whenever you choose to travel.
There are multiple hotels in Bangkok that will please the whole family. You need adjoining rooms, baby-sitting services or a swimming pool? We got you covered. Use our family filter to narrow your search down and use guest reviews to help you pick the perfect place for your next family trip to Bangkok. We have plenty of kids-friendly hotels in Bangkok to choose from on Travelocity!
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