This list contains the best hotel discounts in Bangkok, sourced from all over the city and from the most luxurious five-star resorts to boutique accommodation and central business hotels too. The main consideration here is about discounted Bangkok hotels, and only the biggest and best deals get a look in.
Due to the fierce competition between the big hoteliers in Bangkok, visitors can pick up some excellent bargains if they shop savvy and seek out the best rates. This task has been made simple with our page: the best Bangkok discounts on hotels from across the city. Scroll down to see today’s best deals.
- Ayutthaya Ancient Capital Tour with River Cruise
- Banyan Tree's Apsara Dinner Cruise
- Bridge on the River Kwai & Historic Railway Tour
- Thonburi Klongs & Grand Palace Morning Excursion
- Floating Markets Cycling & Boat Tour
- Private Grand Palace, Emerald Buddha & Reclining Buddha Morning Tour
- Siam Niramit Dinner Show
- Calypso Bangkok Cabaret Show
- Safari World & Marine Park Full-Day Tour With Buffet Lunch
- Muay Thai Live Performance
LoogChoob HomestayKhao San
Putting you within a 10-minute drive of Wat Ratchanadda and Vimanmek Palace, LoogChoob Homestay offers an airport pick-up service (available 24 hours) for THB 1000 per person.Free perks include WiFi and self parking.Rooms offer up nice touches like rainfall showerheads and slippers, along with balconies and flat-screen TVs. Read More...
The Star of SathornBangkok
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...
Mandarin Oriental, BangkokBangkok Riverside
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...
P.K. Garden HomeKhao San
P.K.Garden Home offers a great location, putting you within just a 10-minute walk of Wat Ratchanadda and Wat Saket.Guests will have free perks like WiFi and self parking.Apartments feature conveniences like kitchenettes, along with balconies and DVD players. Read More...
SSIP Boutique Dhevej BangkokWachira Phayaban
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...
The Peninsula BangkokBangkok Riverside
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...