The best gay friendly hotels in Bangkok are not just ones with a great location and facilities (although most of our Top 10 have both). These are hotels that accept personal expression and welcome diversity – after all, Bangkok has been labelled as the gay capital of Asia, and who are we to disagree.
Of course, most of these hotels are located in and around Silom, ground-zero for the prettiest boys and girls who want to cruise the bars, hit the clubs or enjoy a fabulous meal at one of the many celebrated restaurants in the area. But that’s not discounting the shopping area of Siam for the shopaholics among you. Check out the best hotels for the gay community in Bangkok.
- Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Tour
- Banyan Tree's Apsara Dinner Cruise
- Vertigo & Moon Bar Rooftop Dining
- Ayutthaya Ancient Capital Tour with River Cruise
- Shangri-La Hotel's Buffet Dinner Cruise
- Bridge on the River Kwai & Historic Railway Tour
- Siam Niramit Dinner Show
- Calypso Bangkok Cabaret Show
- Chao Phraya River Dinner Cruise
- Grand Palace & Emerald Buddha Half-Day Tour
Fabulous facilities and a design scheme to-die-for makes W Bangkok a massive hit on the gay scene. The chic purple deinteriors are stunning, the ground floor lobby bar, Woo Bar, is a great place to warm up for a night out and the freeform swimming pool is shaped like a tempting eye when you fancy a dip to cool off. If you are lucky enough to be staying on the last Saturday of the month, check out W’s Boozy Saturday Brunch with world delicacies and signature cocktail stations. Read More...
Hotel Muse BangkokBangkok
This stunning boutique hotel is a big draw for the pink dollar and is the official hotel for Thailand’s biggest gay party, gCircuit. Gorgeous art-nouveau interiors evoke a 1920s vibe, while up on the top floor there is a fabulous speakeasy bar with city views. Add two restaurants, a rooftop swimming pool and great customer service for a complete boutique stay to enjoy gay Bangkok. Located on leafy Langsuan Road, there are an excellent range of bistros, cafes, and lifestyle malls around the hotel, and it’s also halfway between the hot spots of Silom nightlife and Siam shopping. Read More...
Tarntawan Surawong BangkokBangkok
Party boys will love this small hotel that is quite literally stumbling distance from DJ Station and G.O.D nightclubs. Although lacking in style, the hotel makes up for it in other ways: staff are friendly and personable here and really go out of their way to help you, Wi-Fi is available throughout and the breakfast is surprisingly good. Read More...
Pullman Bangkok Hotel GBangkok
With an urbane style and prominent Silom location, Pullman G was destined to be a big hit with the gay community. Just a couple of kilometres away from the clubs and bars, this is a great option if you want to be close, but not too close, to the red-hot action. Be sure to check out the rooftop restaurant and wine bar Scarlett for fantastic views, celebrated French cuisine and decent value wines. Read More...
Great for those who want to shop rather than party, Pathumwan Princess Hotel is located above Bangkok’s legendary mega mall MBK and touching distance from Siam Paragon in the downtown shopping district of Siam. The Olympic Club gym is gay popular and well equipped with weights, classes, steam rooms and saunas. Plus, with a direct connection to National Stadium BTS Skytrain Station, hopping round town is easy from here. Read More...
Ibis Bangkok SathornBangkok
Walking distance from Babylon sauna, Ibis is a discreet and excellent value hotel that is located quite far down Sathorn Soi 1. Rooms are clean, functional and provide that reliable Ibis experience you can find all over the world. While not the most exciting hotel on the list, the value and ideal location make it a popular pick. Read More...
Popular on the gay scene thanks to its location at the top of Silom Road, the many bars and restaurants of this downtown area are on your doorstep, while this established hotel brand certainly knows how to run a hotel with plenty of in-room amenities and leisure facilities. Fitness room, swimming pool, Wi-Fi, and friendly service make this hotel a popular choice, with the added convenience of the BTS Skytrain and MRT Underground on your doorstep. Read More...
Mode Sathorn HotelBangkok
Mode Sathorn Hotel was designated Bangkok’s first ever party hotel when it opened in 2013. Big name DJs rolled in to play at their stunning 38th floor rooftop bar and everyone marvelled at the colourful and modern style. With several restaurants, a pool with a view, a smart gym and a spa, Mode Sathorn Hotel offers a great stay close to Surasak BTS Skytrain Station in the Silom area of Bangkok. Read More...