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Hotels in Bangkok - Reviews from some of the best hotels in Bangkok

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Hotels in Bangkok: JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok, Pan Pacific Hotel Bangkok, Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Hotel, Crowne Plaza Bangkok, Merchant Court Hotel Bangkok, Amari Airport Hotel, Monarch Lee Gardens, Banyan Tree Bangkok, Sukhothai, Novotel Bangna, Novotel Hotel Siam Square, Novotel Lotus Hotel Bangkok, Marriott Royal Garden Riverside, Landmark Hotel Bangkok, Grand Pacific, Nana Hotel, Honey Hotel, Imperial Queens Park, Rembrandt, Peninsula Hotel Bangkok, Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers Bangkok, Sofitel Silom Bangkok, Zenith Hotel Bangkok.

Below you will find our reviews of the major hotels in Bangkok which we are constantly adding to. We also have a full list of hotels in Bangkok with pictures, information and reservations available.

Please note we are now updating this entire page so please do check back for updated reviews and new hotels added

The Peninsula Hotel Bangkok - - Wow, Wow the rooms at this hotel are outstanding. Very large windows and  each room looks out on to the river. They each have separate shower and toilet, with a television in each bathroom, plus you can even answer the telephone without getting out of the bath, by pressing a button that activates a speaker phone (just remember to turn it off right !) . A fax machine and CD player is in every room. You can block calls from the bedside simply by pressing a button on a control panel. In the Superior suite there is even a small wall light that alerts you if you receive a fax. Simply put, this hotel is outstanding and one of the finest if not the finest hotel in Bangkok. A winner of a Premier Travel Award for Excellence 1999,and 2000. Read about and see pictures of this hotel with very special rates here.

The Oriental, Bangkok - Many will argue that this is the best hotel in Bangkok. We would perhaps argue that statement but after all it is next to impossible in any city to say who is ultimately the best hotel. The Oriental, Bangkok hotel has won too many awards to mention and is without a doubt one of the best five star hotels in Bangkok. Check Availability and Special Rates.

The Pan Pacific Bangkok - - One of the finest hotels in Bangkok, this beautiful Bangkok hotel starts on the 23rd floor of a modern building complex, so the views are breath taking. The deluxe rooms  (which are larger than the superior rooms) are amazing, each offering you a lot of space with very comfortable furnishings. The deluxe rooms also have powerful separate showers, in every room. The executive floor is quite something and definitely worth the upgrade, it reminds us of the Raffles hotel in Singapore, and with such sumptuous surroundings, you will be hard pressed to find reasons to leave. Their health club has a well equipped gym and a Romanesque style swimming pool. They also have a  great Japanese restaurant, a Chinese restaurant and a very relaxing bar the 'Finishing Post'. Located seconds from Silom and minutes from the infamous Patpong. Excellent choice. A winner of a Premier Award for Excellence 1999, 2000 and 2001. Pictures, special rates and online reservations of this hotel here.

The Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Hotel - - Located between Sukhumvit Soi 10 and 12, again a great location for business or pleasure. Excellent location with the Asok Skytrain station at its doorstep, and  the expressway only minutes away. The service is of the highest quality and everything that you would expect from a Sheraton in the Luxury collection. The rooms are extremely well appointed, large and comfortable. This splendid hotel also offers great spa facilities and sumptuous restaurants. Try Riva's which has some great live bands and a great crowd to spend the evening with, this is a great place to rock to the beat or simply unwind. With well appointed and spacious rooms it is no wonder the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit was a winner of a Premier Award for Excellence 1999. See pictures of this hotel and special rates click here.

The Crowne Plaza Bangkok Hotel- - This Bangkok hotel found along Silom Road, is close to the river, entertainment and business spots. The skytrain station Surasak is only a few minutes walk, which means that the whole of Bangkok is even closer than before.  It has some excellent food and beverage outlets with the Indian restaurant, and Windows on Silom lunch buffet coming highly recommended. A winner of a Premier Award for Excellence 1999. To see pictures of this hotel and special rates click here.

The Landmark Hotel Bangkok - Located directly above a certain entertainment complex called 'Nana Plaza' this hotel is in a great location. Major refurbishment is quietly under way to upgrade the rooms and facilities. Positioned on Sukhumvit Road, between Soi 4 and 6, it is also ideal for shopping and business needs. It is right next to the Sky Train station Nana, so the infamous traffic of Bangkok will no longer cause problems. They have an excellent English style pub, serving food and all types of beers, and other drinks. You will also be able to enjoy if time permits the 24 hour restaurant that serves a very good Tom Khao Gai, among many other things. See more of this hotel with pictures and special rates here.

The Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers Bangkok -- A beautiful hotel on the river that has just finished a multi million dollar refurbishment programme on all the rooms and public areas. The hotel looks great, the lobby has been expanded, and  the rooms all offer stunning views of the river through very large windows. The rooms are very well equipped with all modern amenities and  they do offer some excellent deals from time to time. Definitely a great choice when in Bangkok. See pictures and special rates from this great hotel click here.

Merchant Court Hotel Bangkok - This new hotel in Bangkok, is managed by the prestigious Raffles International Hotels and Resorts. It is one of the newest hotels in Bangkok opening in late 1999. Every room offers guests, separate shower and long bath, complimentary teas and coffee making facilities, in room safe, Cable television. The rooms come in either a double, twin or single bed format. The best rooms are without a doubt the Premium rooms which offer larger windows than the others, and even the rooms are slightly larger with 44 square metres.  The rooms are well appointed and are all that you would expect from a Raffles International property. The floors from 12 - 15 offer guests two telephone lines in each room. They presently have the famous Doc Cheng's restaurant which serves delicious ethnic cuisine, and a Japanese restaurant will soon be opening. They have a small but adequate gym, with a very beautiful swimming pool and sun deck. Read More of this hotel with pictures and special rates here.

Novotel Bangna Bangkok - Review coming soon. Read More about this hotel with pictures, special rates and online reservations here.

Novotel Bangkok Siam Square - Excellent location for travelling around Bangkok with the skytrain only seconds away, and all the shopping and restaurants in Siam Square on your doorstep. Full Review coming soon. Read More about this hotel with pictures, special rates and online reservations here.

Novotel Lotus Bangkok - Located on Sukhumvit 33 with the Emporium shopping centre and Prom Phong Skytrain station only a few minutes walk away. Full Review coming soon. Read More about this hotel with pictures, special rates and online reservations here.

The JW Marriott Bangkok - This hotel located on Sukhumvit Soi 1, is in an excellent location for business and social needs. Opened in 1998, the modern and luxurious facilities that await are fit for a king. Prices range from around US$ 99, depending on the time of year. Excellent fitness and health club. A winner of a Premier Award for Excellence 1999. Read More about this hotel  see pictures and enjoy their special rates click here.

The Zenith Hotel Bangkok in Bangkok is very well located for business and entertainment purposes on Sukhumvit Soi 3. A good hotel of between 3 to 4 stars with rooms that are well equipped. The swimming pool on the top floor offers stunning views of Bangkok and is a great place for sun bathing. Great choice for a vacation. This hotel in Bangkok offers good rates see our section, See More of this hotel with special rates click here.

The Imperial Queens Park Hotel - If you are a snooker fan then you probably have already heard of this hotel which is where a lot of the tournaments are filmed from. As one of if not the largest hotel in Bangkok with 1,400 rooms, the hotel does offer guests a good location, close to the central business district of Bangkok and overlooking the tranquil Benjasiri Park which is adjacent to the ultra modern 'Emporium' shopping complex, and the Phrom Phong sky train station, are only a few minutes walk away. The Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre is also only minutes from the hotel by car. See more of this hotel, pictures and special rates - click here.

Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok - Nice quiet hotel on Sukhumvit. It has a very good Mexican restaurant. Full review to come. Pictures, special rates and online reservations.

Sofitel Silom Bangkok - review coming soon. See more of this hotel with pictures, and special rates - click here.

Vie Hotel Bangkok - Read our Review of the Vie Hotel Bangkok.


The Amari Airport Hotel - - Only three minutes by covered walkway from Terminal 1 arrivals, the Amari Airport Hotel is the closest airport hotel to the airport, which saves you valuable time, as there is no need for you to tempt delays with traffic. The hotel itself is deceiving from the outside, but once you enter the doors you are quietly relieved that you have entered an high quality International standard hotel. The hotel has a total of 435 rooms, in three room categories - superior, executive, and suites. All of the rooms are very well furnished and comfortable with all the modern amenities you would require from any hotel, anywhere. The executive floors do have numerous advantages, and we strongly recommend anyone on a tight schedule to take advantage of these rooms. The main advantage is an individual check in which saves you time, as the check in procedure takes place on the quiet Executive Floor itself. The executive floor also offers guests larger rooms, and bathrooms with separate showers, they are complete with tea and coffee making facilities, a stereo CD player, fax machine, and even a video player is available upon request. They have a nice living area with sofa and a very comfortable and large working desk for those that need to check in on business they may have missed whilst on the move. As there are only 32 Executive floor rooms we do recommend that you book them in advance.  The superior rooms are also very well furnished with comfortable furnishings, and a good amount of space, they come with a choice of two views, one is a City/Temple view and the other a view over the pool. There is an electronic safe in every room, plus also an emergency flashlight, which is a very nice touch that more hotels should provide. The swimming pool, sauna, cool pool and small gym are open from 6 am until 12 (midnight). One aspect of the hotel that many people are not aware of, is the amount of restaurants  that it has. You do not even have to be staying at the hotel to take advantage of a choice of 5 restaurants the hotel offers, as being only a three minute walk from terminal 1 it is an ideal option for those looking for a good meal before a long flight back home. The restaurants available range from a very good Japanese, Henry J Beans serving American/Tex Mex, a haute cuisine French restaurant, a bakery, a very nicely decorated Thai restaurant and the standard hotel coffee shop. It is no wonder that this hotel is regarded by many as one of the leading airport hotels in Asia. An excellent choice if you do need to be close to the airport.

The Monarch Lee Garden Bangkok - - if you have previously stayed at this hotel then you are in for a major surprise. Not only is it no longer the Monarch Lee Gardens, but it has been given new life, with rooms and amenities that are not even comparable to its former days. It is now called the Sofitel Silom Bangkok.

The Banyan Tree - - What is or was the tallest hotel in Bangkok is truly a sight to behold. Rising 59 floors above Bangkok, a refreshing drink in the sky lounge is definitely worth the experience. The swimming pool (although slightly small) and spa which is managed by the Banyan Tree professionals, will definitely massage away your stress, with a wide menu of treatments. An all suite hotel, with some excellent packages available from time to time. 

The Sukhothai - - Well, if ever there was a secluded resort feel in the heart of the city this hotel managed by Beaufort Hotels is it. Although in a slightly awkward location it is a lovely hotel with a very relaxing and up-market feel to it. Some great amenities, and excellent restaurants, especially the Thai restaurant and the Jazz brunch on a Sunday.

The Marriott Royal Garden Riverside - - This is without a doubt the best resort style hotel on the river. If you are in Bangkok purely for a holiday then this is a great place. Take a boat trip to the other side of the river when venturing out, as it will save time in a taxi and is worth it just for the pleasurable ride. If boats are your thing, the hotel also has some converted rice barges available for dinner cruises, or an overnight cruise to Ayutthya and back. They are top of the line in luxury and will definitely give you an experience hard to forget. This also has one of the best steak restaurants (Trader Vics) that you will find anywhere. 

The Westin - - Previously the Delta Grand Pacific, then just the Grand Pacific the hotel is now under Starwood's management and has been rebranded a Westin. The Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit is literally across the road. The Westin hotel is a nice hotel for people on more of a budget then the latter. It is in a great location for the shops as it pretty much sits on top of the department store, Robinsons.  

The Nana Hotel - - I am uncertain how to describe this hotel. Rooms are around 900 Baht / night, and are very basic. Bathroom, television and that is very much it. They are located right opposite the Nana Plaza entertainment (NEP) area, and have a very popular if not overpriced disco (120 Baht for Heineken) whose patrons have mostly come from NEP. The hotel can be a little noisy and to be honest if it is a cheap small hotel you are looking for then there are better not too far away.

The Honey Hotel - Again Basic accommodation, but much quieter and presented a lot better than the above. Located in Sukhumvit Soi 19 it is in a good location for pretty much everything. Prices should range from 800 Baht up.

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