Chinatown in Bangkok can be a confusing place even for long-time visitors to Bangkok so finding the best hotel is vitally important. This energetic, feisty area of the city can leave you feeling very far from home, but with our list of the 5 Best Hotels in Chinatown Bangkok you will surely find a welcome retreat after a busy day of exploring.
Boutique hotels are especially recommended in Chinatown, many with evocative design concepts and the personable customer service for which Thailand is rightly famous. We have explored all of the finest hotels in Bangkok’s Chinatown and, in our opinion these are the best of the best.
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Shanghai Mansion BangkokBangkok
Shanghai Mansion is a boutique hotel located amongst the traders and temples of Chinatown, a stay here 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. As you sip your welcome tea and refresh with a peppermint-infused cold towel you can appreciate the mix of antique furniture and specially designed faux-vintage pieces that ensure that the execution. Read More...
Grand China HotelBangkok
MIRAMAR Hotel Bangkok is a chic boutique with a location close to the Grand Palace and Khao San Road in the old town, and yet far enough away to give a little serenity to an otherwise hectic Bangkok experience. For culture vultures, the location of this hotel is excellent, although it is a little far from the main shopping and entertainment districts of the city. The BTS Skytrain is quite far away but the nearby ferry pier makes river travel a quick and congestion free alternative.
Guestrooms at MIRAMAR Hotel Bangkok are a contemporary blend of bold white and black, and this sleek look is enhanced by large windows that let in plenty of light. In room amenities consist of wireless internet connectivity available for a fee, fully stocked mini bar, combined bath and shower and flat screen TVs. Read More...
Centra Central Station Bangkok, a relative newcomer in the city, is an ultra modern, sophisticated urban retreat, which caters for both those travelling for business and for pleasure. The hotel is situated only a few minutes walk from Hua Lamphong mainline railway station, and is approximately 45 minutes from Bangkok International Airport, enabling guests to explore the area with the maximum of ease. The nearby MRT underground provides easy access to the city vibrant Chinatown, with its lively markets and shops, and further afield, there are many other attractions to explore, including the famous Grand Palace and Reclining Buddha statue at Wat Pho.
The 150 rooms at Centra Central Station Bangkok maintain the same standard of chic opulence as the rest of the hotel. Read More...
Hotel Royal Bangkok @ ChinatownBangkok
Hotel Royal Bangkok @ Chinatown puts you within a 10-minute drive of Grand Palace and Wat Pho. Guests indulge in spa services, then grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. There's an outdoor pool and a bar/lounge, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer 24-hour room service and LED TVs. Read More...
Chinatown Hotel Bangkok is situated in a prime position in the heart of one of the most interesting, enigmatic and energetic areas of Bangkok: Chinatown (or Yaowarat as it is called in Thai). This hotel has been open for over 70 years and prides itself on the genuine service it provides new and returning guests. The three star property is easy to find on the main high street of the district, close to all the frantic shopping for which Chinatown is duly famous, as well as street stalls and restaurants lining the streets right outside the hotel.
One of the most famous temples in the city is close by; called Wat Traimit, it is home to the largest solid gold Buddha in the world and is a must-see tourist site. Read More...