Visit the Wat Pho, the oldest and most famous temple of the town, check out the Royal Palace, take a tuk-tuk to the banks of the Chao Phraya Rive, where you can enjoy spectacular the view of skyscrapers and neon lights – Bangkok is a lively and colourful city that mixes the old with the new.
Sukhumvit is the new, modern business district where you can eat high quality food and visit exclusive bars. You’ll find no shortage of accommodation options around Sukhumvit. With almost 200 hotels to choose from, you’ll be able to find the perfect accommodation to meet your every need, from family hotels to boutique hotels, with all the mod-cons like free wifi, pools, gyms and spa facilities. Do you love luxury? Take a look at the luxurious five star hotels, often with stylish interiors and beautiful pools.
Silom is sometimes compared to New York; Silom Road, for example, with its banks and finance centres, is compared with Wall Street while Lumpini Park is considered by many to be the Thai version of Central Park.
The hotels around here include approximately 75 hotels, ranging from romantic hotels for couples to the business hotels for those wanting to work in a little luxury.
Pratunam looks like a large clothing market thanks to the thousands stores you found around the area. The hotel supply is much smaller than the aforementioned hotspots, but with approximately 40 hotels, you still have plenty of choice. You will find mainly three star hotels, including many family-friendly options.
This area is famous for the Chatuchak weekend market. With approximately 8,000 stores, it’s one of the largest markets of Thailand. Near this attraction you'll find around a dozen hotels, including comfortable spa hotels, known for their friendly reputation.
Finally there’s Chinatown, one of the most popular neighbourhoods in Bangkok; filled with Chinese temples, crowded markets, gold shops and delicious restaurants. Chinatown has approximately 10 hotels, but you’ll find the selection includes several family-friendly hotels.