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Nothing over the top, but clean, comfortable and well-situated.

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    Ive stayed at Bossotel inn one time, http://www.bossotelinn.com/room.htm

    I also lived one week in Chinatown on White Orchid
    http://www.bangkok.com/white-orchid-hotel/

    both are comortable, but the Bossotel is newer. Had some problems with a noisy refrigerator, they fixed it the day before i leave the hotel. over 7 years ago

    Answered by King Fredrik II via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Got a last minute bargain at this place:

    Legacy Suites Bangkok
    12 Sukhumvit Soi 29, 10110 Bangkok

    http://www.legacybangkok.com/

    In a quite side street off Sukhumvit - down the road from Nana, but not at all seedy. From memory, I think we paid around a little under £40 for an absolutely stunning room with King Size bed, flatscreen tv, dvd, kitchenette and sitting area. Such a treat for a couple of days relaxation before heading home. Try booking.com for a good rate. over 7 years ago

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    I stayed at Windsor Suites at about au$100 but I think that if you are travelling around town a spot close to the "Sky Train" is best.

    Its not expensive and its air conditioned and not subject to the traffic jams.

    We abandoned our over hot taxi during a gridlock and got back to the hotel in a few minutes on the sky train.

    We stayed in China Town on another trip and found it difficult to catch a hotel taxi to the destination we wanted. Everthing was aparently "closed" and the drivers would only take us to their commision paying friends.

    We had to walk to the main road and hail a passing taxi. over 7 years ago

    Answered by Greg Curtis via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    This definently wouldn't be over the top, but if you're looking for a clean hotel, (but not exactly hostel) for cheap go to "Lucky Inn." It's right near Khaosan, a popular street for young tourists... and next to the Israeli Connection restaurants.

    take a tuk tuk to the mall or downtown in 10 min, free internet is right next door at the Israeli Connection.... :) over 7 years ago

    Answered by Elisabeth Jones via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    I've stayed in a few hotels in Bangkok and booked using wotif.com to find good rates. You can see photos of the hotel and it's location, and there are many hotels which you can book.

    For a reasonable room you can budget between 1200 and 2000 baht a night. If you are paying more than this, then I think you are paying too much.

    I would recommend looking for places with roof-top pools, as it's great fun relaxing on the roof in the pool, having a beer, and looking out over the Bangkok skyline.

    I recommend the Sukhumvit area - it's quite nice (near a lot of shopping centres, the metro stations, and a few of the more interesting 'evening' areas). I've also stayed in Chinatown which has some great night markets, but is less convenient.

    If you want the 'backpacker' experience then head for Kao Sahn road where you can pay 500 - 800 baht a night for a room - BUT - be prepared for a circus all day long of people trying to sell you tailored suits, DVDs, t-shirts, tuk-tuks, and othe wares. It's a fun party strip but not a place you can stay for more than a few days. If you stay in this area I recommend D&D inn (it's on Kao San road) as it has good rooms and a rooftop pool. Get there before 11am to get in the line to check in! over 7 years ago

    Answered by Ian C via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    I've booked into Lub D next week, I'll let you know how it is. In the Silom area, apparently one of the top new hostels/hotels to stay at in the whole wide woooooooorld! over 7 years ago

    Answered by richard maddock richard maddock via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Try the SIamheritage . You can get it around 1500 from latestays.com they have cheap hotel listed on that site. about 7 years ago

    Answered by jim via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Sivalai Place was a really good place to stay in Bangkok.
    http://www.sivalaiplace.com
    The staff are really friendly and will do anything to help you. They have a lovley swimming pool (25 m). There is also an internet cafe there.
    The place is very safe, clean and tidy. Towles are provided. Air conditioning was brill. There is a fridge in the room which is always a bonus when it's so hot and when getting back to you room there always an ice cold drink waiting. It was awesome to have a huge appartment (big TV, balcony with view on the skyline, really cheap Mini-Bar) for your own. The staff was super friendly and helpful, the restaurant very good (meals only 50-80Baht). Even so it is not in the center, you can walk (10-15min) to Wat Arun and the river taxis. If i was to go back to Bangkok this would be the place to stay. about 7 years ago

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    I would Reccommend Novotel Lotus Bangkok because it is quite a distance from the political red shirts problems. Novotel Lotus Bangkok is also around the main areas in Bangkok. over 6 years ago

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    I recently stayed in a 2 bed apartment with these http://www.centrepoint.com/

    We stayed at the Lang Suan location, easily walkable to the sky train. Place was clean, tidy, rooms were fantastic and the price was good and included breakfast. over 6 years ago

    Answered by Sam Richards via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    When looking for a suitable place to stay during your visit to Bangkok you have a number of options at hand. Amongst the various options you have are Bangkok serviced apartments which seem to be growing in popularity with all kinds of visitors to the region. The talk of the town is that serviced apartments will soon be replacing hotels in Bangkok, at least for the travelers.

    u can see this site www.vresidence.com over 6 years ago

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    My favorite: Super cheap, clean, friendly, and a groovy hotel:
    Phranakorn Norlean
    Cost around 25aud per room per night.
    Long waiting list though.

    More upmarket, would recommend 'The Dream' :) over 6 years ago

    Answered by Erica Sowter via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Get on Agoda, which lists hotels in Bangkok. they have many last minute specials. I have had 5 star hotels as cheap as AUD$36. about 6 years ago

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    Upmarket - Conrad. Unreal. But far from the trains, so you need to travel by taxi. about 6 years ago

    Answered by Martha Nova via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    sawadee.com, best deals around, if your looking for something close to the sky train and subway trains try hotel manhattan, has everything, cheap, well situated soi 15 sukumvit about 6 years ago

    Answered by chris via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    One place that has been recommended to me is http://www.chakrabongsevillas.com - and although I haven't stayed here yet it is supposed to be a great place to stay! It's often full these days unfortunately so book early. about 6 years ago

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    I have stayed in many hotels in Bangkok and lived there for a year. It depends on what you want to do. As someone mentioned if you want to be in the backpacker scene stay at Khao San Road. If you want to see the temples and historical sites probably stay near the river (but it's mostly a bit more expensive) for more variety and shopping stay around the Sukhimvit area. Thong Lor has great restaurants and places to shop and Chit Lom/ siam is close to the big shopping centres and MBK and has easy access to the weekend and night markets.

    Check www.AsiaWebDirect.com or www.LateStays.com for last minute deals. about 6 years ago

    Answered by Kirsty Harrison via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Tower Club at Lebua!!! The greatest hotel that I have stayed in! you could look at the comments on tripadvisor, all the people recommend this hotel!!! The most amazing thing in that hotel is the views and the skybar, you just cant miss them if you go there~ And they are having a promotion on Twangoo: http://www.twangoo.com/jetsetter/en/deal,2233,jetsetter-tower-club-at-lebua
    See if it’s useful for you~ over 5 years ago

    Answered by lemon via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    A great hotel in Bangkok is the Majestic suites in Sukhumvit, great location and rooms are priced well for a 3 star hotel. This area near the Majestic hotel has great bars and restaurants with the BTS skytrain just a 2 minute walk away. about 5 years ago

    Answered by Pamela Anderson via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    I've stayed at huay Kwang area before.. Palazzo hotel which is a very convenient place as it is close to the subway. I tried a service apartment style hotel at chit lom called Cape House it is really nice with laundry and kitchenette facility in your room.
    I will be going Bangkok in 2 weeks' time and will be try Natural Ville hotel this time which is also an apartment style hotel. Will keep you updated. about 5 years ago

    Answered by Sharon via Site_iconAsk a Nomad iPad app
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    I've stayed at the Furama Xclusive Asoke in the Sukhumvit area. The price was amazing as was the hotel. Staff very accommodating. Breakfast was included, Internet and evening snacks and cocktails by the pool were included too. Location was amazing. One block from the Skytrain and lots of shopping, dining, attraction either within walking distance or extremely easy to get to. about 5 years ago

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    Wow! I want to answer your question but you must give me some requirements. I stay at an air conditioned place near Sukumvit for about 400 baht. What do you need? about 5 years ago

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    Stay off khao san road even if you are the backpacking type. There are hostels outside that area which are better like HQ Hostel in Silom and Lub d (Silom and Siam areas). If you prefer a little more comfort check out there are many hotels in sukhumvit, silom and pathunwam/siam area that are nice. about 5 years ago

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    Try Oakwood residence on Sukhumvit road. Around $50 a night if you book on agoda.com. Or Pantip court same rate but much larger room with excellent included breakfast. about 5 years ago

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    I highly recommend Somerset Sukhumvit Thonglor. It's a service apartment located in the safer and less crowded Sukhumvit area. Very modern and clean and exactly as depicted on it's website. Friendly and helpful staff. About 15 mins walk to the Thonglor train station. Hotel provides free oneway tuition service to short destinations. about 5 years ago

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    State tower lebua about 5 years ago

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    It depends on which area of the city do yo prefer/wish to stay...Bangkok is too big and heavy trafficated so choose the aea where you want to stay is much important... about 5 years ago

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    Ramada Plaza, just by the Chao Praya river, it's one of the most affordable 5 star hotels in Bangkok, well built, well managed and incredibly clean and accommodating. about 5 years ago

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    Check out Ramada hotel. It's a boutique style hotel, quite decent and comfortable. about 5 years ago

    Answered by Yooshau via Site_iconAsk a Nomad iPad app
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    If you want shopping, holiday inn bangkok is just walking distance from the big malls, also near the train about 5 years ago

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    Depends where you want to be. http://yourplaceguesthouse.com is cheap, clean, friendly and accessible. It is across the street from the train station, a block from the MRT and walking distance from China Town, BTS and the water taxis about 5 years ago

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    I stayed at Salil Hotel at Sukhumvit Soi 8. It's a boutique hotel and they offer great deals. It's very homey and the staff are very accomodating. Here's the link to their website--http://www.salilhotel.com/sukhumvit/special-offers.html about 5 years ago

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    Try the 3 star Majestic suites in Sukhumvit, 5 minute walk to the BTS Nana station and close too all the shopping and entertainment zones. Its a small hotel but very well run and super clean. If you want something more expensive try the 4 star Landmark hotel which is right in the same area. I book rooms at www.ihotelthai.com for the good deals going. about 5 years ago

    Answered by Tracey Craig via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Try Novuo City hotel (http://www.nouvocityhotel.com/) , its a newish hotel, it had just opened when I went, I've been a few times to Bangkok and its the best I've seen in the khaosan road area. It has quite immediate surroundings, however you get to experience the hustle and bustle of khaosan road. Its got all the amenities like a Swimming pool and Spa, but I didnt use them.... Also the breakfast is good... about 5 years ago

    Answered by Mo via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Last year, 4 nights in Khaosan Palace Hotel. I recommend it. Great staff. http://booking.tomihotels.com/Hotel/Khaosan_Palace_Inn_Bangkok.htm over 4 years ago

    Answered by thomas via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Hi everyone,

    I have just enjoyed my four-day stay at the Eugenia Hotel Bangkok. I really loved a unique experience of an old world architectural beauty artistically blended with modern panache at The Eugenia Hotel, Bangkok.

    The food was great. I also liked the traditional Thai Sala, which located next to the swimming pool. Staffs were extremely nice and helpful.

    Overall, I would definitely stay at the Eugenia Hotel Bangkok for my next month trip to Bangkok.

    If you want to learn more about this unique boutique hotel, please visit this link: www.theeugenia.com over 4 years ago

    Answered by Siddhesh Gawde via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    I stayed in the Siam@Siam in Bangkok and I wouldn't stay anywhere else! It's really trendy and quirky and has amazing service. over 4 years ago

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    I would recommend the Baiyoke Sky Hotel http://search.costeffectivetravel.com/Hotel/Baiyoke_Sky_Hotel.htm Its well located for shopping/entertainment and the rooms are large with nice views. It's also quite reasonably priced for a 4 star. about 4 years ago

    Answered by Julian via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Ramada encore in sukhumvit ! Excellent about 4 years ago

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    dream in soi 15 about 3 years ago

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