Boutique Hotel Reviews

Bangkok Hotel Reviews

Classic, chic or contemporary... bohemian, theatrical or even decorated in a style that captures the magic of a bygone era, boutique hotels are in ever-growing demand by travellers seeking hospitality experiences that are unique and distinctly different. Be it for a special occasion like a honeymoon or anniversary, or just for the fun of it, you're bound to find something very different in Bangkok. The venues that we have reviews of here come complete with very affordable rates, so you're looking in the right place.

Praya Palazzo Hotel

A beautiful boutique hotel with vintage touches that is secluded but with many of Bangkok's best loved sights only a short boat ride away. Read More...

Hua Chang Heritage in Siam

Hua Chang Heritage is a centrally located boutique hotel with a unique design mixing traditional Thai and opulent European elements together in a renovated period building. Read More...

Riva Surya Hotel

Riva Surya is a delightful boutique hotel THAT combines a picturesque riverside location and impressive modern Thai design with plenty of luxurious touches. Read More...

Bangkok Tree House Hotel

Escape from the stifling city to Bangkok's 'green heart' at the Bangkok Tree House Hotel; a series of boutique eco lodges on the banks of the Chao Phraya River. Read More...

Eugenia Hotel The Eugenia Hotel

Even the selection of vintage cars on the driveway and the colonial-style facade of The Eugenia won’t prepare you for the quirkiness of this delightful hotel. Despite its compact size, there is plenty to explore and with a treasure trove of beautiful antiques in the rooms. Read More...


Other Boutique Hotels in Bangkok

Sacha’s Hotel Uno Review

Sexperience by focusing on the essentials of a great stay. Situated in the middle of the bustle of Sukhumvit on Soi 19, this urban boutique hotel features tastefully decorated, comfortable guestrooms, equipped to make you feel like you are staying at home. Read More...

Dream Bangkok Hotel Review

Part of the Vikram Chatwal Hotel family, Dream Hotel Bangkok is an extension of New York City’s 'talk of the town accommodation' under the name DreamNYC. This luxurious and fashionable boutique hotel is centrally located in the heart of Sukhumvit, Bangkok's popular business and entertainment district. As an added bonus for pet owners, Dream provides pet-friendly rooms with a variety of services. Read More...

S15 Sukhumvit Hotel Review

From outside, it's easy to mistake S15 Sukhumvit Hotel for an upmarket interior store. Its name and the exterior signage are as subtle as it is inconspicuous, while large window panes offer glimpses of a suave-looking lobby that could easily be perceived as a showroom of the latest d-cor trends. Step inside, and you're welcomed to an intimate and 'good taste' hospitality experience that puts the 'b' into 'boutique' with a resounding bang! Read More...

The Davis Hotel Bangkok Review

Being billed as Bangkok's first boutique hotel is no easy reputation to live up to. For starters, The Davis Hotel Bangkok is much bigger in terms of the number of rooms one would expect from a typical boutique hotel (237 guestrooms and ten Thai villas). When it opened in July 2003, it set new style parameters, and it wasn't long before others followed suit. Yet, four years on, and with new boutique contenders emerging fast and furious on the Bangkok hotel scene. Read More...


Luxx Hotel Bangkok Review

With only 13 rooms, the unique Luxx Hotel is one of Bangkok's smallest hotels - if not the smallest. It's also one of the city's best-kept hospitality secrets, and breathes new life into the clich-d home-away-from-home concept. Powerful doses after all come in small packages. Welcome to the hippest new addition to Bangkok's rapidly-growing luxury boutique hotel scene. What it lacks in size, the exclusive Luxx certainly makes up for with style, flair and location. Read More...

FuramaXclusive Sathorn Bangkok Review 

Its oasis-like presence and modern, honeycombed building makes FuramaXclusive Sathorn Boutique Serviced Residence stand out noticeably from surrounding buildings. Despite its secluded location behind the Belgium Embassy, the twelve-storey haven is only a few minutes' walk from Chong Nonsi Skytrain (BTS) station. Read More...

The Heritage Baan Silom Review

So, you want a hotel to remember? You're not into those big, expensive brand hotels. And you have no intention, whatsoever, of bumping backpacks with the masses who think Khao San Road is edgy. You're the type who prefers immersing yourself in a local art gallery or handbag boutique, not dreaming of home in the nearest McDonalds. A location near the Skytrain is important, but not to the detriment of what you delight in: spades of style, acres of artistry, and piles of pizzazz. Read More...

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