Where to Stay in Chatuchak

Editor's Guide to Recommended Hotels in Chatuchak

Chatuchak district is synonymous with the Chatuchak Weekend Market. Staying here means that shopping is naturally going to be a big part of your experience. Besides the weekend market, Chatuchak has two vast public parks – Chatuchak Park and Rod Fai Park – where you can go paddle boating, rowing, kayaking, sailing and cycling. There’s also Or Tor Kor, an upscale open-air food market ideal for grocery shopping and sampling all kinds of tasty local dishes – street style.

The five-star Sofitel Centara Grand is the towering landmark in this area. Other accommodation choices include serviced apartments and independently run budget and mid-range hotels. Chatuchak is well-served by both the BTS Skytrain and MRT Subway.

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Good 3.5/5
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Embracing a quirky interior design concept, Mystic Place is a welcome surprise. Vivid colours, street art and free-form furniture pieces all add up to spice up the interiors. Each guestroom is individually decked out in various imaginative themes, including vintage country, boudoir chic, pop art, street graffiti, illusion and wacky art. Exuding an equally artsy vibe, Mystic Café makes for an ideal lounging and dining space. The BTS Saphan Kwai is a short stroll from the hotel, and Chatuchak Weekend Market just one Skytrain station away. Read More...

Great 4.3/5
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Close to Chatuchak Park and Chatuchak Weekend Market, this elegant hotel is a towering landmark at the Lad Phrao intersection. The 607 guestrooms fuse Eastern and Western design elements, with floor-to-ceiling window walls, sliding partitions, and silk and dark wood fittings. The outdoor swimming pool is bordered by lush gardens, and the fitness centre features a gym, sauna and a Jacuzzi. Eight restaurants, two bars, a lobby lounge with karaoke, business centre and 26 function rooms with capacity for up to 3,800, broaden the appeal of this deluxe business hotel Read More...

Great 4.0/5
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‘Don’t judge the book by its cover’ might as well be applied to this 57-room hotel with a white, non-descript façade. Step inside and you are taken to a different planet, where glass, marble, leather and velvet define the interiors. Rooms are spacious, bright and tastefully decked out in a reddish brown colour scheme. Enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi internet access and daily English-language newspaper. Other facilities include a Muslim prayer room, full-service business centre, concierge, fitness room and restaurant. The downside is the location inside a maze of narrow sois (lanes), but this is made up for by the complimentary shuttle service to MRT Subway’s Bangsue Station. Read More...

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