The best City Centre hotels in Bangkok are for those of you who require the most convenient locations, close to the majority of attractions, businesses, shopping malls and party hotspots. The frantic pace of a city like Bangkok is a lot to take for most people so having a centrally located hotel will ensure you can get back to the calm, air-conditioned environment of your hotel in next to no time from anywhere in the downtown area. Of course, most of these Bangkok city centre hotels are close to the BTS Skytrain system which is the best means of transport during rush hour. At other times you can jump in a cab and arrive at your destination quickly and easily. Take a look at our personal favourites below and click on any that take your fancy.
- 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
VIE Hotel Bangkok, MGallery by SofitelSiam Square
Understated sophistication blows through VIE Hotel Bangkok, with a dark marble lobby complemented by water features and diligent reception staff.The two restaurants onsite both offer something special for guests, with YTSB, one of the finest Japanese restaurants in the city, and VIE Wine & Grill serving both Thai and International food prepared by prestigious chefs experienced in their particular cuisine.Leisure facilities are no less impressive.VIE Fit, open from 06:00 to 22:00, provides guests with a world class fitness centre, as well as a compact but attractive swimming pool that has a unique transparent wall for a unique swimming experience. Read More...
LiT BANGKOK HotelSiam Square
The designers have broken rules when it comes to styling this hotel, and from the moment you step inside LITs glass lobby you cannot help but be impressed with their ingenuity.All 79 rooms in this independent hotel are light, cosy and offer lots of extras; mood lighting, mini-bar credit, quirky bathrooms and original layouts.Sure to delight those who appreciate modern design, LIT is cool without showing off and offers the ideal boutique stay for those looking for something a bit different.Little extras make your stay special, and LIT hotel offers a tuk-tuk service so you do not have to walk to the BTS, shared touch-screen computers, 24 hour fresh complimentary coffee served in the lobby, state-of-the-art gym equipment and a tiled swimming pool framed in glass. Read More...
Pathumwan Princess HotelSiam Square
Pathumwan Princess Hotel scores high points for location, facilities and service, making it a savvy choice for guests who want a five star, award winning stay in central Bangkok.The location will have shopaholics grinning from ear to ear, with direct access to MBK shopping mall, and only a five minute walk via raised walkway to Siam shopping district, but it also within walking distance of Jim Thompsons House, with other famous sites being a short sky train or taxi ride away.The nearest sky train stop is National Stadium, which connects directly to Spahan Taksin in 15 minutes where you can take the river boat to visit Bangkoks famous temples and the Grand Palace. Read More...
iSanook ResidenceMaha Phruttharam
The iSanook residence is located in Sathorn, and is a relatively popular choice for travellers who are looking to explore this lively city.Its only 2 miles away from the city centre, and this 3-star establishment will make staying in a foreign country feel like home.Aside from an optimal location, guests will be able to access many popular locations including the Silom Galleria and the Bangkok Folk Museum.At this residence, guests will feel comfortable, and be able to partake in many of the services and amenities offered here.For instance.There is a business centre than can be used by guests, and a simple arrangement with the friendly staff at the front desk can make this happen. Read More...
Shanghai Mansion BangkokChina Town
Enjoy over 2000 full-content Newspapers and Magazines form over 100 countries on your tablet, smartphone or laptop.Available free of charge to all guests while staying at Shanghai Mansion, Bangkok from 1 November 2013 onward.Located amongst the traders and temples of Chinatown, a stay at this Shanghai in the 1930s hotel will be unlike anything you have ever experienced - unless you were actually living in Shanghai in the 1930s.The concept design grabs you upon entry to the lobby with velvet drapes, Chippendale leather sofas and chandeliers all laid out like a merchants drawing room. Read More...
Hua Chang Heritage Hotel BangkokSiam Square
Built alongside the Hua Chang Bridge, a famous landmark built by a past king, Hua Chang Heritage Hotel uses the era of King Rama V as inspiration, and transports guests back to the 19th Century.The hotel is a welcome addition to Bangkoks luxury boutique options, with a clear combination of traditional Thai elements with modern convenience and a great location for tourists with a busy schedule.It is quite hectic outside the hotel, but considering it is located a few metres from the start of Bangkoks legendary shopping district, National Stadium BTS Station and many other tourist attractions, that is part of its charm for many people. Read More...
Mandarin Hotel Managed by Centre Point is located in the Silom area of Bangkok and is relatively close to Lumpini Park as well as the Patpong Night Market.A major highlight about this establishment is its fully serviced spa as well as fitness centre and outdoor swimming pool.There is free Wi-Fi in many public areas of the hotel as well as a computer station that guests can use during their stay.This 4-start hotel offers a technologically advanced meeting room, something better suited for business travellers who may be staying in Bangkok.However, these rooms can also be used for event caterings as well as to host wedding receptions. Read More...