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10 Amazing Hotels in Bangkok Under $100
Surprisingly Cheap Bangkok Hotels
There are many ways to blow $100 over the course of a night in Bangkok, but set this amount aside for your hotel room and you’ll be surprised by just what you can afford.
One hundred dollars-a-night in many other capital cities equates to an average three-star box room, but having the same kind of budget in Bangkok means you can move up to a whole different class of hotel. These top picks guarantee not only luxury, convenient location, and great facilities, but also provide that ‘wow’ factor – setting them aside from the rest. Scroll down to see our 10 amazing hotels in Bangkok for under $100.
Please Note: Prices are subject to fluctuation, especially during peak season.
- Private Grand Palace, Emerald Buddha & Reclining Buddha Morning Tour
- Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Tour
- Banyan Tree's Apsara Dinner Cruise
- Calypso Cabaret Show
- Thonburi Klongs & Grand Palace Morning Excursion
- Ayutthaya Ancient Capital Tour with River Cruise
- Siam Niramit Show
- Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World with Private Roundtrip Transportation
- Bridge on the River Kwai & Historic Railway Tour
- Dream World Excursion with Roundtrip Transfer
Ariyasom Villa and Spa is a stunning 1940s house located at the start of Sukhumvit Road that offers guest the best of old and new.Behind a high wall and tall gates lies this beautiful home away from home, where you are welcomed by a friendly team who speak English and know the city like the back of their hands.To your left is one of the most popular vegetarian organic restaurants in Bangkok: Na Aroon, which serves Thai food, fish dishes and classic European desserts.Head up the wooden staircase to one of the 24 rooms, each decorated in a colonial Thai style.The warmly painted rooms have high ceilings and full length windows that look out onto the mature gardens and blue tiled swimming pool. Read More...0
Guests to the 37 storey Peninsula Hotel will be impressed by the palatial colonial charm but its the faultless service and attention to detail that really awes and sets the benchmark for premium luxury hotels to strive towards.Shoes are polished at the touch of a button; your preferred newspaper is noted and delivered each morning, and your favourite breakfast spot is remembered for the duration of your stay.Every request is fulfilled and nothing needs to be asked for twice.This is the superior treatment guests can expect at The Peninsula.The breakfast buffet in The River Cafe - with a beautiful setting beside the Chao Phraya on one side and lawn on the other - offers a suitably impressive start to the day, while five further restaurants on site each provide something different. Read More...0
The legendary service of The Mandarin Oriental Bangkok dates back 125 years when it was first opened as a seamans lodge along the Chao Phraya River.It typifies a golden age of travel and attends the needs of guests at the highest levels.The recently retired legendary General Manager of the hotel, Kurt Wachtveitl, has spent 41 years ensuring that the Oriental has no rival for excellence of comfort, dignity and style. Read More...0
Just minutes walk from the pier at Pra Athit, Riva Surya is a visual delight, with as much consideration put into the hotels public spaces as the rooms.French windows open on to a large courtyard behind the hotel, with a swimming pool and plenty of room to lounge, either on the daybeds that fringe the river or under the shaded veranda.Babble and Rum restaurant and bar is the ideal location for a riverside evening drink or a hearty plate of high-quality Thai or Western fare.There are also plenty of decent restaurants and bars in this area, and famous backpacker street Khao San Road is only five minutes walk away. Read More...0
Just when you think there is nothing more to delight you, the Siam Kempinski pulls another trick out of the bag, raising the bar for five star hotels in Bangkok.Everything is designed to wow here: throughout the corridors and communal spaces you will find beautiful artwork and antiques, displayed without the feel of a stuffy museum.In the middle of the central courtyard is the Rotunda: a casual restaurant surrounded by tropical trees, greenery and the hotels three pools.Relaxing here you might even forget that you are in Bangkok.If this isnt enough to calm you, you can head to the 7th floor where you will find Kempinskis spa, with pampering treatments themed around the four seasons. Read More...0
Placing you within a 15-minute drive of Wat Arun and Grand Palace, The Star of Sathorn offers an airport shuttle (available on request) for THB 1500.00 per vehicle.Guests indulge in Thai massages, then grab a bite to eat at the coffee shop/café.Rooms offer up nice touches like bathrobes and slippers, along with LED TVs and refrigerators. Read More...0
The SSIP Boutique is located in Khao San Road, Bangkok and is situated quite near the Vimanek Palace and Antana Samakhom.The Temple of Emerald Buddha is also relatively close as guests with vehicles will have access to Khao San Road.There is a coffee shop located within the hotel and guests will be served free breakfast each morning.Free wireless Internet is located onsite and additional amenities include a garden, tour assistance, and a terrace where guests can relax.Guestrooms come with amazing views of the courtyard and there are 20 rooms in the SSIP Boutique, each with air conditioning, a safe, and free bottled water. Read More...0
Located on a leafy street close to the American Embassy, Oriental Residence is the perfect place to stay if you want a peaceful and refined vacation close to both the shopping haven of Siam and Silom business district.The lobby is bright and filled with the scent of fresh flowers; the pool area is a chic and welcoming space, with a friendly Deck Bar and romantic cabanas, and the fitness centre, although small, is excellently equipped with TechnoGym machines and weights.The two restaurants at Oriental Residence are reason alone to visit, and actually draw food connoisseurs from all over the city to sample the Parisian atmosphere, sizeable TWG tea menu and delectable International cuisine at Cafe Claire, and the cutting-edge Chinese menu at Mandopop. Read More...
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