Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Khao San Road
The always-thumping heart of Thailand's backpacker scene, Khao San Road runs for a mere half-kilometre from Chakrabongse Road in the west to Tanao Road in the east. Studded with traveller-oriented cafes, noisy bars and street carts selling pad Thai, fried bugs and fake degrees, this is the centre of the action.
For backpackers with a bit of cash259 Khao San Rd, Banglamphu
T: (02) 282 7511; F: (02) 629 5454
Rikka Inn's rooms are more than reasonable for the money — all are air-con and they're not too small in size with a touch more snazz than your typical Khao San Road guesthouse. Hot water bathrooms ... Read the full review of Rikka Inn.
From the founders of D&D1 Khaosan Rd
T: (02) 629 2040; F: (02) 629 2049
Owned by the same people as the very long-running D&D Inn, the Deng Derm Thai style hotel is an imposing yellow and green hotel towards the Police Station end of Khao San Road (though we're not sure ... Read the full review of Dang Derm.
202 Khaosan Rd202 Khao San Rd
T: (02) 281 9509;
In a previous life this was the Nana Plaza Inn, but following a complete refurbishment, it has been reborn at the KhaoSan Park Inn. All rooms are quite smart and well fitted out with air-con, firm ... Read the full review of Khaosan Park Resort.
Excellent backpacker value216/6 Khao San Rd
T: (02) 629 0211 (084) 343 7950;
Set in a refurbished building just a jump down Trok Mayom from Tanao Rd, this sparkling cheap guesthouse staffed by an affable bunch of fun young Thais, offers terrific value for budget travellers ... Read the full review of Chada Guesthouse.
A Khao San favourite68-70 Khao San Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 629 0526-8; F: (02) 629 0529
Flashpacker factory the D&D Inn is quite reasonable value for good, clean rooms and professional staff in the middle of the Khao San Road action. The “Inn” has proven so popular over the years ... Read the full review of D&D Inn.600B to 1,500B 16 votes Flashpacker
Very good value hidden away spot81 Trok Mayom, Chakraphong Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 281 2948; F: (02) 281 5547
Set towards the western end of Trok Mayom (the narrow alley that runs parallel to Khao San Rd), New Joe has a large, comfortable and quiet restaurant and a mix of quiet good value rooms. Some rooms ... Read the full review of New Joe Guesthouse.Under 600B 9 votes Backpacker
Friendly family atmosphere81/1 Tanao Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 281 2511;
New Central is another budget choice on chilled out Tanao Rd, offering a more relaxed vibe while remaining within staggering distance of the Khao San perma-carnival. The key to making the most of ... Read the full review of New Central Guest House.
Cheapest rooms right on Khao San125-127 Khao San Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 281 8441;
Cheap and Clean boasts their card, and it's not far off the truth. We trudged up the stairs of the tall and narrow Lek Guest House expecting some pretty dire offerings, but were surprised by the ... Read the full review of Lek Guest House.
A reliable option265 Khao San Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 629 4477; F: (02) 629 4744
Easily the flashest, most expensive place on Khao San Road, Buddy Lodge has great rooms and a refreshing pool on the roof with an attached bar. The deluxe rooms have a veranda and slightly larger ... Read the full review of Buddy Lodge.1,500B to 4,000B 6 votes Midrange
A Sawasdee chain hotel162 Khao San Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 629 2526; F: (02) 282 6655
All rooms here have air-con, hot water and cable TV and are clean, and bright if a little stinky. The staff are quite friendly though and the prices reasonable, but pushing a bit high considering ... Read the full review of Sawasdee Banglampu Inn.
Clean with good service117 Tanao Rd
T: (02) 281 4056; F: (02) 282 2247
Clean and good service is actually their slogan, and they deliver. Very reasonable prices for quality, if simple accommodation with colourful bedding and bath tiles. Tucked away from nearby Khao San ... Read the full review of At Home Guesthouse.Under 600B 7 votes Backpacker
Super clean and friednly98 Khao San Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 282 7191;
Mom Guesthouse is one of the better of a slew of new places that opened up around Khao San over the last few years. While not overflowing with character, Mom Guesthouse is clean and fairly well ... Read the full review of Mom Guesthouse.
Clean but not too budget96 Khao San Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 282 5544;
Located just off Khao San Rd, down the alley beside the large and very popular traveller's centre at Khao San Centre bar and restaurant, the Budget Guesthouse is set in a large multi-storey concrete ... Read the full review of Budget Guesthouse.
The airport bus stops right out front18 Chakraphong Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 629 4798; F: (02) 629 4799
This sparkling guesthouse has a trendy restaurant, a bookstore, internet cafe, travel agent, tattoo parlour and a range of rooms -- some of which are very well-sized and which even still have that ... Read the full review of Sawasdee Khaosan Inn.
Between Khao San Road and the river
Covering West Banglamphu from Lamphu canal in the north down to Ratchadamnoen Avenue in the south and the Chao Phraya River in the west, this section includes laid-back Phra Arthit Road along with atmospheric West Soi Rambutri and other alleys surrounding Wat Chana Songkhram. While it's less of an all-out party vibe than nearby Khao San itself, you'll still find loads of eating, drinking and meeting spots to go with countless cheap guesthouses. Think of it as Khao San lite.
A smooth flashpacker option convenient to Khao San9 Phra Sumen Rd
T: (02) 282 3932; F: (02) 629 0380
Right next to Prasumen Fort is Fortville Guesthouse, a newly renovated property with 29 rooms. The rooms are simple yet well thought out, with a minimalist design that rather does bring to mind the ... Read the full review of Fortville Guesthouse.
Great value - super clean75-77 Rambuttri Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 629 5861-3; F: (02) 629 5864
Since opening in early 2005 Lamphu House has rapidly become a top choice for budget travellers due to the simple fact it's cheap, quiet, pleasant and right in the thick of the Khao San area. This ... Read the full review of Lamphu House.Under 600B 27 votes Backpacker
One of the originals11 Soi Kai Chae (off Phra Sumen Rd; the alley begins directly across from Fortville Guesthouse), Bangkok
T: (02) 281 1219;
In a charmingly dilapidated neighbourhood, Apple Guest House is a throwback to another era. It was one of a handful of the original guesthouses to open way back in the early 1980s, long before ... Read the full review of Apple Guest House.
Decent view, quiet atmosphere30 Soi Rambutri
T: (02) 281 4783; F: (02) 281 4783 ext. 200
Mango Lagoon Place is a good value guesthouse in the Rambuttri area. The five-storey building has clean, but somewhat musty rooms with TV but no fridge, some of which have good views of the ... Read the full review of Mango Lagoon Place.
Oustanding value50 Soi Trok Rongmai, Phra Athit Rd
T: (02) 282 2795; F: (02) 629 0303
Hotel-like accommodation at guesthouse prices makes New Siam II an outstanding choice and extremely popular with travellers to the area. The swimming pool, with a 200B per day charge for non-guests, ... Read the full review of New Siam II Guest House.600B to 1,500B 35 votes Flashpacker
Comfortable, good value, friendly staff54/1 Soi Chanasongkhram
T: (02) 629 5390; F: (02) 629 1477
The rooms are ok size and many of the rooms have large TVs hanging off the ceiling above the foot of the bed — be careful not to whack your head. There are two choices of rooms — the cheaper ones ... Read the full review of Four Sons Village.Under 600B 9 votes Backpacker
Banglamphu's boutique hotel17/1-2 Soi Chanasongkhram
T: (02) 629 2121; F: (02) 629 5831
This cheap hotel looks funky from the foyer, but the rooms are just average. Erawan House has an atrium above the lobby, where an open stairway climbs past colourful globes of light to four stories ... Read the full review of Erawan House.600B to 1,500B 5 votes Flashpacker
Very comfortable spot, with a pool95 Soi Rambutri, Bangkok
T: (02) 282 9162-3;
This mid-sized hotel has very clean and well-maintained rooms, making it a good choice for this price range in the Banglamphu area. Set at the rear of a small shopping village, there is a pleasant ... Read the full review of Rambuttri Village.600B to 1,500B 42 votes Flashpacker
Spotless and well-located, but aging18-20 Phra Athit Road
T: (02) 280 3315;
New Merry V is clean, right down to its share bathrooms. It's also very conveniently located for the Chao Phraya River Express ferries and for the strip of excellent bars and restaurants on Phra ... Read the full review of New Merry V Guest House.
Good overflow spot12 Soi Rongmai
T: (02) 629 1599; F: (02) 629 1595
Baan Sabai is set towards the far end of the Rambutri loop and makes for a good overflow option if you're struggling to find a room. We found the staff to be particularly friendly and helpful, and ... Read the full review of Baan Sabai.Under 600B 13 votes Backpacker
Good location and atmosphere28/1 Soi Rambutri
T: (02) 281 4777; F: (02) 282 4291
Located on the bend near the back end of Rambutri Rd, O Bangkok has been around for a handful of years now and is starting to show its age. Scuffed walls and a bit of a deserted foyer area were a ... Read the full review of O Bangkok.
Popular, basic and clean33 Chana Songkram, Bangkok
T: (02) 282 9267-8;
This very popular place represents quite good value for those on a very tight backpacker budget. The property has two buildings, with the front one offering very basic but clean fan-cooled rooms with ... Read the full review of Merry V Guest House.
Trendiest room decoration55 Phra Sumen Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 282 6171; F: (02) 282 6176
We arrived here to see a fruit exchange with the two Japanese guests giving pappaya in thanks with the desk staff giving them bananas — all to allround smiles. While most guesthouses in Banglamphu ... Read the full review of Bhiman Inn Hotel.600B to 1,500B 2 votes Flashpacker
North of Khao San Road
This section covers the immediate north of Khao San Road, east of Chakrabongse Road, south of Lamphu canal and west of Wat Bovorniwet. Included here is East Soi Rambutri, which runs parallel to Khao San and has a similar atmosphere. Just beyond that lie Tani and Kraisi roads, both good choices if you're looking to be slightly removed from the action. A few of Bangkok's best hostels are found in this neighbourhood.
Comfy and cosy10/4 Sibsamhang Road (near the corner of Phra Sumen Road), Bangkok
T: (022) 822 398;
Hidden behind racks of clothes for sale near Khao San Road, Baan Bovorn is a fine choice for budget travellers seeking a cosy, homely hostel experience. This family-run spot is clean and inviting, ... Read the full review of Baan Bovorn.
A breath of fresh airTani Road, Bangkok
T: (089) 499 8702;
Bangkok’s Khao San Road area has a reputation for grungy budget digs and some of the most apathetic receptionists in Thailand. Rang Kha Mhin Homestay bucks this trend with spotless, reasonably ... Read the full review of Rang Kha Mhin Homestay.
Good flashpacker value, with pool36 Tani Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 280 1025; F: (02) 280 1024
One of the best among several upmarket guesthouses near Khao San Road, Villa Cha-Cha is well-suited to flashpackers seeking a comfortable room and a swimming pool. With entrances both on Soi Rambutri ... Read the full review of Villa Cha-Cha.1,500B to 4,000B 3 votes Midrange
Old-school budget style147/20-22 Kraisi Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 629 5744-5;
Part of a dying breed of no-frills guesthouses with private rooms for as much as many hostels now charge for bunks, RM still does the trick for backpackers who just need a bed and some privacy. The ... Read the full review of RM Guest House.
Private pod dorms209-211 Kraisi Road, Bangkok
T: (02) 629 0150;
A five-minute stroll from Khao San Road, the one-year-old Suneta Hostel is the first we’ve seen in Bangkok to offer a true ‘luxury pod’ experience. Closing yourself off behind a sliding wood ... Read the full review of Suneta Hostel.
A chilled out vibe5 Tani Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 282 2324; F: (02) 629 1186
Quite possibly Bangkok’s most popular hostel, NapPark is consistently full of youthful backpackers looking to meet up and have some fun. We found the facilities mediocre, staff disorganised and ... Read the full review of NapPark Hostel.
Soothing rooms amid the action108/17 Soi Rambutri, Bangkok
T: (02) 281 6626-7; F: (02) 629 4599
Opened in 2011 on a bustling stretch of eastern Soi Rambutri, Sakul's characterless exterior conceals charming rooms with lots of thoughtful touches. The owner's background in the fabric trade shows ... Read the full review of Sakul House.
Popular with flashpackers76 Rambuttri Rd
T: (02) 280 3070; F: (02) 280 3071
Right in the middle of eastern Soi Rambutri and very close to Khao San, Sleep WithInn aims for youthful flashpackers who want to be in the middle of the action. The so-called boutique decor includes ... Read the full review of Sleep WithInn.600B to 1,500B 2 votes Flashpacker
Decent flashpacking value95-97 Tani Rd
T: (02) 629 0095-6;
Pannee has better rooms than nearby Thai Cozy House for similar rates -- at least if you walk in rather than booking online. The cheapest rooms are more functional than stylish, with tan tile floors, ... Read the full review of Pannee House.
Fading star111/1-3 Tani Rd
T: (02) 629 5870-4; F: (02) 629 5875
Once considered a top flashpacker choice, Thai Cozy is now past its prime and will be forced to lower rates if it doesn't renovate soon. That said, it's still one of the friendlier options around, ... Read the full review of Thai Cozy House.
Tour group standard42 Rambutri Rd
T: (02) 280 5434-45; F: (02) 281 8153
The Viengtai has long loomed over the centre of Soi Rambutri while looking out of place among the small, artsy cafes. The downright depressing European-Colonial theme includes boring floral paintings ... Read the full review of Viengtai Hotel.1,500B to 4,000B 3 votes Midrange
Grumpy but decent value147/5 Kraisi Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 629 5770;
A five-minute walk from Khao San Road, Hello Guest House bills itself as an “all new Thai boutique”. Both “new” and “boutique” are laughably false, but Hello is worth keeping in mind if ... Read the full review of Hello Guest House.
Good backpacker hideout, friendly335 Phra Sumen Rd (across from Wat Bovornivet), Bangkok
T: (02) 629 1073-4; F: (02) 629 1075
It looks like a tiny place from the street front, but the backpacker-friendly Boworn B.B. goes back and back and up and up and is full of rooms above your standard Khao San fare — at not ... Read the full review of Boworn B.B. Guesthouse.
Samsen, National Library and beyond
Expect a 10- to 20- minute walk to Khao San Road if staying in this large area that spans everything from the north of Lamphu canal up to Thewet pier and the Dusit palaces. Picturesque old houses, low-key cafes, leafy streets and quiet nights define the area -- at least if you're away from bustling Samsen Road itself. You'll find some excellent boutique hotels along with several good-value guesthouses, a few of which have been open for decades.
Tremendous valueSamsen Soi 6, Bangkok
T: (02) 628 5718;
Just north of Khao San Road, Born Free Hostel offers tremendous value for clean and comfortable dorms. A heightened level of hospitality and several thoughtful touches set this edgy, ... Read the full review of Born Free Hostel.
Sumptuous and soothing463/5-8 Luk Luang Road, Bangkok
T: (085) 328 2475;
Have you ever dreamed of taking an ordinary old shophouse and turning it into a plush urban pad? The family who runs Loog Choob Homestay on the fringes of Bangkok’s old city did exactly that. What ... Read the full review of Loog Choob Homestay.
Just brilliant46 Thewet Soi 1, Krungkasem Rd, Thawet
T: (02) 628 8188-9;
The Phranakorn Nornlen experience takes you straight into the creative soul of Thai culture. Comfortable rooms and abundant common spaces are adorned with imaginative murals; vintage displays lend ... Read the full review of Phra Nakorn Norn Len.1,500B to 4,000B 2 votes Midrange
Affordable boutique guesthouse46 Samsen Soi 3, Bangkok
T: (02) 628 7067; F: (02) 628 7887
Named after the leafy side street where it's located, Sam Sen Sam Place was one of the first Khao San area guesthouses to go with a classic Thai-style boutique design that's very well done well. The ... Read the full review of Sam Sen Sam Place.600B to 1,500B 9 votes Flashpacker
Deservedly excellent reputation8/11 Krung Kasem Rd (just east of Thewet express boat pier), Bangkok
T: (02) 281 2976;
Quiet location, immaculate accommodation, exceptional service, classy decor and intimate atmosphere: that’s Baan Manusarn‘s simple recipe for success. From the friendly greeting to homely common ... Read the full review of Baan Manusarn Bed and Breakfast.
Clean and friendly316 Samsen Soi 4, Bangkok
T: (02) 628 6218;
Bewel Hostel is one of the cleanest and friendliest choices in an area where hostels are popping up faster than flowers in the rainy season. From the bubble-gum pink facade to the giant windows and ... Read the full review of Bewel Hostel.
Basic digs, Chao Phraya viewsNear Rama VIII pier, Samsen Soi 5, Bangkok
T: (087) 597 0609;
Hidden in a back-alley location near Khao San Road, Phiman Riverview Guesthouse is a good choice for artsy backpackers looking to meet and chill. In a city where most riverside rooms are reserved ... Read the full review of Phiman Riverview Guesthouse .
Unpretentious good value64 Samsen Road (between Soi 2 and Soi 4), Bangkok
T: (087) 502 0520, (091) 031 2310;
Located a 10-minute walk from Khao San Road, Samsen Skyline Hostel aims for friendliness over trendiness and value over style. You won’t find glossy entertainment rooms or uniformed staff at ... Read the full review of Samsen Skyline Hostel.
Bright, clean and comfy240 Samsen Soi 1, Bangkok
T: (026) 293 088;
A handful of hostels have emerged in the Khao San Road area to challenge the old presumption that cheap dorms must be filled with cockroaches and cranky staffs. One such game-changer is Khaosan ... Read the full review of Khaosan Immjai Hostel.
Clean and canalsidePhra Sumen Road (next to Khlong Lamphu), Bangkok
T: 022) 800 388;
Year-old Korbua House is one of a few midrange hotels to have recently materialised in Bangkok’s Samsen area, just north of Khao San Road. Tucked beside Khlong Lamphu canal, the hotel offers fully ... Read the full review of Korbua House.
Worth seeking out155 Wanchat Bridge Phrachatipatai Rd
T: (02) 282 0991-2; F: (02) 282 0993
Set beside Khlong Lamphu, a ten minute walk from Khao San Road, Lamphu Tree House is a good, family-friendly midpriced hotel. The hotel just about lives up to its boutique claim with 40 individually ... Read the full review of Lamphu Tree House.
Well-done bed and breakfast120 Samsen Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 628 6988;
Set in a restored Thai house (the original building was built in 1936) Baan Chantra offers a classy and intimate place to stay a 15-minute walk north of Khao San Road. Lovingly decorated and fitted ... Read the full review of Baan Chantra.
Luxury near Khao San274 Samsen Soi 2, Bangkok
T: (02) 629 4400; F: (02) 629 5499
Part of an increasing upmarket trend in the Khao San area, Chillax is a low-rise luxury hotel that's impossible to miss on the otherwise sleepy Samsen Soi 2. The sleek white building opens into an ... Read the full review of Chillax Resort.
Clean rooms, great service90/1 Samsen Soi 6, Bangkok
T: (02) 280 1272; F: (02) 281 6704
Located all the way at the end of Samsen Soi 6 in a fairly quiet spot, the nondescript Roofview Place is a good choice if you seek a clean and functional room with great service. Decor is lacking ... Read the full review of Roofview Place.
Charming budget spot11/1 Samsen Soi 3, Bangkok
T: (02) 628 5659;
Tucked towards the end of Samsen Soi 3 in a leafy area near the river and a 10-minute walk from Khao San Road, the Sivarin is a charming little spot with clean rooms and a helpful owner. The ... Read the full review of Sivarin Guest House.
A lovely vintage-style boutique hotel245/1, Soi 9, Sri Ayutthaya Road, Bangkok
T: (02) 281 4332, (086) 868 0685;
It’s not so often that we come across a “boutique” hotel that warrants the term, but Baan Tepa Boutique House in the low key historical district of Dusit gets it just right. With eight ... Read the full review of Baan Tepa Boutique House.
Up-market guesthouse4 Samsen Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 629 4008; F: (02) 629 4009
Well-situated just over Lamphu canal and with friendly and helpful staff, the Diamond House is a good choice for flashpackers who want to be close to the Khao San action without being right in the ... Read the full review of Diamond House.
The original!71 Sri Ayutthaya Rd Soi 16, Bangkok
T: (02) 281 0757;
Established way back in 1980, the still-very-much-alive Sawatdee is a relic of the early days of backpacking in Thailand. Rather than go boutique or attempt to transform into something more modern, ... Read the full review of Sawatdee Guest House.
Quiet and delivers on comfort83 Sri-Ayutthaya Rd Soi 14, Bangkok
T: T: (02) 280 1447;
Hidden down a leafy alleyway, Tavee Guest House is our favourite among four long-running guesthouses clustered behind National Library in the low-key Thewet area. Each are owned by members of the ... Read the full review of Tavee Guest House.
Cosy traditional Thai design23/11 Sri Ayutthaya Rd Soi 14, Bangkok
T: (02) 282 5942;
Another longstanding National Library area guesthouse run by the same family who own Tavee, Shanti and Sawatdee (older brother, sister, younger brother, respectively), the Sri-Ayutthaya has a ... Read the full review of Sri-Ayutthaya Guest House.
Long-running stalwart37 Sri Ayutthaya Soi 16 (behind National Library), Bangkok
T: (02) 281 2497;
The longstanding Shanti Lodge was among the first Bangkok guesthouses to go “cool” with lattes, Vivaldi, vegetarian food and no smoking back in the ’80s. It remains popular with earthy-crunchy ... Read the full review of Shanti Lodge.Under 600B 11 votes Backpacker
Direct river views will require a 10- to 20-minute walk to Khao San Road but will also put one of the Chao Phraya express boat piers within easy reach.
Excellent riverside midrange value45/1 Phra Athit Rd, Banglamphu
T: (02) 280 9955; F: (02) 280 9966
The Navalai offers very smart, hotel-style rooms in an excellent riverside location. While the brochure boasts rooms in four distinct styles, don't expect a big variation in the decor nor style of ... Read the full review of Navalai River Resort.1,500B to 4,000B 2 votes Midrange
Great views of the river21 Phra Athit Rd
T: (02) 629 3535; F: (02) 629 3536
The most grandiose of the New Siam properties, New Siam Riverside is certainly up a step from their other offerings — the location, beside the Chao Phraya River, offers splendid views from the ... Read the full review of New Siam Riverside.1,500B to 4,000B 4 votes Midrange
A 10-minute walk east of Khao San Road, the Democracy Monument area around Ratchadamnoen Khlang Road hosts some interesting flashpacker to midrange accommodation. The area makes a great base for sightseeing but is sometimes the focal point for political demonstrations; you might check the news before booking.
One of Bangkok's best B&Bs112-114 Soi Damnoen Klang Tai, (just off Dinso Rd near Democracy Monument), Bangkok
T: (02) 224 1047; F: (02) 224 6880
Set in a beautifully restored late-19th century house in the historic district, Baan Noppawong is among Bangkok’s very best bed and breakfasts. Look no further if you seek elegance, romance and ... Read the full review of Baan Noppawong.
Outstanding but expensive609 Phra Sumen Rd
T: (02) 629 1787; F: (02) 629 1786
We liked the Old Bangkok Inn — we liked it a lot. And while it was quite a bit out of our budget, if it is in yours, this place is difficult to beat. Rooms are charmingly decorated with super firm, ... Read the full review of Old Bangkok Inn.
Serviced apartments, guesthouse vibe211/16 Soi Damnoen Klang Nuea (off the northeast side of Democracy Monument traffic circle, next to Sidewalk Cafe), Bangkok
T: (02) 280 0588; F: (02) 280 0589
Strategically located down a quiet alley off the Democracy Monument traffic circle, Ratchadamnoen Residence delivers very comfortable serviced apartments with an intimate guesthouse vibe. It’s one ... Read the full review of Ratchadamnoen Residence.
Classy digs at Democracy Monument78/3 Ratchadamnoen Klang Rd (corner of Dinso Road), Bangkok
T: (02) 621 2808; F: (02) 622 0561
Opened at the tail end of 2012, Baan Dinso at Ratchadamnoen is situated at the heart of Bangkok’s historic district and has spotless, elegant rooms directly overlooking Democracy Monument. One ... Read the full review of Baan Dinso at Ratchadamnoen.
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