5 Best Hostels in Bangkok under 600 Baht
Cool and Cheap Hostels in Bangkok
The best hostels in Bangkok prove that you don't have to spend big to find style and comfort, but it is still fairly easy to blow the biggest part of your budget on your accommodation if you don't know where to look. Fortunately, we have done the research so if you are looking to save some pennies but still want to stay somewhere cool and happening in Bangkok, we have the best hostels in town. Whether you want to meet people to explore Bangkok with and are happy to share a bathroom, or even if you want your own space and not be forced to queue for the shower, then there are some bargain offers on quirky and cool hostels in Bangkok. We’ve selected our favourite places to stay if you want to save, without you having to compromise on style, all starting at less than 600 baht.
Please note: Prices do fluctuate slightly, especially during peak season.
Lub d Bangkok in Siam Square brings funky cheap accommodation to the cool kids of this fashionable neighbourhood. Next to MBK, Siam Centrer and BTS Sky Train at National Stadium the hostel is in one of the busiest neighbourhoods in the city, with plenty to see and do as well as good connections to the rest of Bangkok. Lub d is set up to suit most travellers who are looking for a budget place to stay, whether you are travelling alone or in a group you will get a warm welcome here, and the place is kept as clean as the five star hotels nearby. Read More...0
Link Corner Hostel is a communal living space that allows visitors from all over the world to stay at an affordable price and make friends on the way. Link Corner Hostel sits in the very heart of Pratunam in Bangkok and is increasingly popular. A variety of commercial opportunities are within a short distance and this hotel makes finding them easy. There are also culturally focused sites like the Thai Labour Museum or the Victory Monument for a better look at the history of Thailand. Read More...0
Suneta Hostel in Khao San offers the best of both worlds: for those who value their privacy there are pods with sliding doors to shield you from the rest of the dorm or the usual bunk beds that are found in hostels. The hostel is located in an old shop house and retains the charisma and abundance of wood that are usually found in these buildings. Vintage furnishings fill the public spaces adding to the atmosphere, and there are plenty of nooks in which to curl up in with a book or check in online thanks to the free wireless internet. Breakfast is also available and there are separate bathrooms for girls and boys. Read More...00
Baan Dinso Boutique Hostel is less than a 10-minute drive away from the Democracy Monument, and boasts beautiful, contemporary decor with a hint of Thai culture. Daily breakfast is offered at this establishment and guests will have the ability to remain connected via its free wireless Internet access.
Free parking is also offered and guests with vehicles will be able to take the 10-minute drive from the hotel to any of the major, near-by attractions including The Giant Swing, Khao San Raod, and Wat Saket. Grand Palace and Wat Suthat Temple are also popular attractions that surround this hostel. Read More...