Nowadays, finding Thai hotels is very easy. Do a search on Google and you will get an idea of where you want to live. In addition, you can directly book hotels in Bangkok, Thailand online.
If you are looking for hotels in Bangkok, you will have many choices. If you are a backpacker, please stay on Khao San Road. If you are not alone, then if you like shopping, please approach the light rail. If you have a good atmosphere and don’t care about the surroundings of the city, please be close to the Chao Phraya River, Bangkok’s main river.
If you want to stay on Khao San Road, you don’t even need to book in advance. You can walk around to see your favorite hotel, and then walk in. They are always vacant.
If you like to stay in the city center for easy travel and shopping (I tell you, Bangkok is a shopper’s paradise-Hong Kong is not cheap, but Bangkok is very cheap), then I suggest you check out Bangkok Pathumwan Princess Hotel. It’s at MBK shopping mall (fake jeans, watches and handbags) and at Siam Square Skytrain Station. Grand Hyatt Erawan, Le Meridien and Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok are more luxurious. They are at the intersection and you can see Zen and Isetan shopping malls across the street. Siam Square (a place where fashionable clothes are sold) and Chidlom (Central Shopping Mall) Skytrain Station are only a few minutes away from the hotel.
Many tourists like to stay at Asia Hotel Bangkok, which is located near Rajdevi Skytrain Station (one station away from MBK shopping mall). It may be cheap, but a bit old. Well, it’s actually very old. I do not recommend. But it all depends on you.
If you are not too concerned about shopping in Bangkok, then I suggest you stay at the Sukhothai Bangkok. This is an elegant and luxurious Thai-style hotel, but if you want to go anywhere, you must take a taxi. Even better, stay by the Chao Phraya River if you can. It will bring you a different feeling of Bangkok, especially at night. However, this is quite expensive, especially if you want to stay at the world-renowned Oriental Bangkok Hotel or the Peninsula Bangkok. If these two are too expensive for you, try Shangri-La Bangkok Hotel. It may be cheaper. And don’t forget to book a Bangkok River Cruise Dinner at your hotel. The Chao Praya River is charming at night-you can admire the well-lit Wat Arun (Wat Arun).
To get around the city from your Bangkok hotel, you can ask the hotel guard to help you take a taxi. Not expensive at all.