Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Hotels are scattered along this section of Sukhumvit Road. Most are mid- to upper-range, although there are some budget choices in the area as well.
Unique antique boutique hotel267 Soi Sukhumvit 31, Bangkok
T: (02) 259 9017; F: (02) 259 9010
Inside and out, the Eugenia hotel appears to be an exotic, antique mansion; this is only partially true. The owner, who designed and decorated the hotel, is a lifelong collector of antiques and the ... Read the full review of The Eugenia.
Great budget option16/6 Sukhumvit Soi 19 (first alley on the right if coming from Sukhumvit Road)
T: (02) 000 7353;
Every now and then we come across a place to stay that’s truly more than just a place to stay. Opened in July 2014 in the vibrant Asok area, COW Hostel offers comfy dorms for less than we’d ... Read the full review of COW Hostel and English Club.
Creative and cosy5/5 Sukhumvit Soi 69 - 69/1, Bangkok
T: (02) 178 0077; F: (02) 178 0080
Opened in mid-2014 off Sukhumvit Road, the Beat Hotel blends comfort and a creative edge into a large, modern space. From gallery-worthy wall murals to individually stitched pillows, the place was ... Read the full review of Beat Hotel.
Quiet and great value285/2-4 Sukhumvit Soi 50, Bangkok
T: (02) 331 8256;
Opened in 2013 in Bangkok’s southern reaches, VX The Fifty covers everything we look for in a hostel for those looking to avoid a party scene. The location will be too far from the action for ... Read the full review of VX The Fifty.
B&B atmosphereCorner of Pridi Banomyang Rd (aka Sukhumvit 71) and Pridi Soi 35, Bangkok
T: (089) 103 1388;
Named after the non-touristy avenue where it’s located, the outstanding Pridi Hostel offers the homely atmosphere of a bed and breakfast in a budget-friendly package. The location may be too far ... Read the full review of Pridi Hostel.
You might not want to leave1/61 Sukhumvit Soi 30, Bangkok
T: (02) 661 5133; F: (02) 661 5135
Clean rooms with all of the bells and whistles for 600 baht are increasingly tough to come by in Bangkok, and they’re almost unheard of in the Sukhumvit area. Along with an intimate vibe and ... Read the full review of Hotel California.
Where's Alladin?1594/50 Sukhumvit Rd, Bangkok
T: (023) 315 555; F: (027) 427 374
If looking for a hotel in Bangkok with a midrange personality and guesthouse rates, the Imm Fusion might do the trick. While not for everyone, its out-of-the-way location at the far east end of ... Read the full review of Imm Fusion Hotel.
A good value mid-range option convenient to the BT29 Sukhumvit Road (Corner of Soi 1)
T: (02) 655 7474; F: (02) 655 6070
The Legacy Express is a three-story hotel less than 100 metres from the BTS station, and a five minute walk from Bumrumgrad Hospital. The 63 rooms are decorated in bright, vibrant colours and are ... Read the full review of Legacy Express Bangkok.
Immaculate, uber-trendy3/15 Soi Sawasdee 1, Sukhumvit 31
T: (02) 662 0951; F: (02) 662 3344
Seven is what happens when a nondescript building in a busy urban Bangkok area collides with a truly creative and imaginative eye. The seven rooms at immaculate, uber-trendy Seven are each modelled ... Read the full review of Seven.
One of Bangkok's best hostels191 Pridi Banomyang (Sukhumvit 71) Soi 42, Yak 5, Bangkok
T: (027) 132 055-5;
Refill Now! is no ordinary hostel. From the ground-floor hangout zone that feels like it could be in a pricey boutique hotel, to the mini swimming pool, to the thoughtful info packets given to all ... Read the full review of Refill Now.
Good value for the areaSukhumvit Soi 25, Bangkok
T: (02) 259 4900; F: (02) 259 6869
Built in June 2006, and expanded and remodelled in 2007, this Hostelling International Youth Hostel offers a range of options from air-con dormitories through to spacious three-bed standard rooms. ... Read the full review of HI Bangkok Centre.Under 600B 2 votes Backpacker
Beautiful rooms259 Sukhumvit Rd
T: (02) 207 8000; F: (02) 255 2441
Beautiful rooms, a few very good restaurants and an excellent location within easy walking distance of both the BTS and subway make this a top choice for its price range. The only strange thing here ... Read the full review of The Westin Grande Sukhumvit.
More of a business choice4 Sukhumvit Road
T: (02) 656 7700; F: (02) 656 7711
The Marriott is located at the very beginning of Sukhumvit Road, about halfway between Nana and Phloenchit BTSs. The hotel has beautifully designed rooms done out in a contemporary Thai style and the ... Read the full review of JW Marriott Bangkok.
Style on a budget2/7 Sukhumvit Soi 53, Bangkok
T: (02) 662 4272;
The Thong Lo area is best known for trendy wine bars, pricey boutique hotels and hi-so nightclubs. Going against the grain of this upscale market, Padi Madi Guest House delivers affordable rooms ... Read the full review of Padi Madi Guest House.
Clean and simple23 Sukhumvit Soi 38
T: (02) 391 9338; F: (02) 391 9339
This is the best option for crashing near the trendy Thong Lor area. Located a five minute walk down Soi 38 from the BTS Thong Lor station, the HI-Sukhumvit is a purpose built hostel with clean rooms ... Read the full review of HI Sukhumvit.
Great value online rates14/4 Sukhumvit Soi 22
T: (02) 261 7711; F: (02) 261 7970
This good-value option normally has online deals that make its already attractive rack rates even better. Citrus Sukhumvit 22 has 90 rooms spread over nine floors, and offers two room types. The ... Read the full review of Citrus Sukhumvit 22 .
Value for money while still new42 Sukhumvit Soi 8
T: (02) 653 3075; F: (02) 253 8788
This link in the Sawasdee Hotel chain opened in 2010 and is located about 500 meters down Soi 8. It's a quiet part of the soi, and far enough from the bars near Sukhumvit Rd that you won't be ... Read the full review of Sawasdee Hotel @ Sukhumvit Soi 8.
Another design-y hostel with a central location11/20 Sukhumvit Soi 1
T: (02) 655-7604; F: (02 655-7604
One of several trendy, well designed new hostels that have opened in the city in the last three years, Bed Bangkok started fluffing pillows in 2010. Situated in a three-story, former shophouse in a ... Read the full review of Bed Bangkok Hostel.
A great throwback to Bangkok's 1960s15 Soi Sukhumvit 1, Sukhumvit Rd
T: (02) 252 5115; F: (02) 252-5169
Just walking down the driveway to this motel-style building makes you check your head to ensure you haven't forgotten your fedora. Grab onto your low ball glass, and tinkle that ice, because it's ... Read the full review of Golden Palace Hotel.
Excellent choice if you fit the profile1/33 Sukhumvit Soi 11 (Soi Chaiyot) (behind 7-eleven), Bangkok
T: (02) 253 5927; F: (02) 253 5929
An eclectic mash-up of traditional Thai touches, long bamboo-thatched corridors and a policy that encourages guests to write on the walls, Suk 11 remains one of Bangkok’s most popular ... Read the full review of Suk 11.Under 600B 17 votes Backpacker
A little gem26/1 Sukhumvit 8, Bangkok
T: (02) 255 2309; F: (02) 653 3424
PS's newer wing has lovely spacious rooms with wooden floors and large bathrooms, while the old wing features slightly worn, carpeted rooms with small kitchens, making them perfect for self-catering ... Read the full review of PS Guest House.600B to 1,500B 4 votes Flashpacker
Handy for Thong Lo123 Sukhumvit Soi 57
T: (02) 714 0703; F: (02) 714 0704
Located at the end of the slightly shabby Soi 57, about five minutes walk from Thong Lo BTS, the Sawasdee Sukhumvit Inn is a good bargain for the area. It's not a luxury property, with standard ... Read the full review of Sawasdee Sukhumvit Inn.
A Bangkok institution78 Sukhumvit Soi 2, Bangkok
T: (02) 252 6069; F: (02) 656 8123
This institution opened in 1952, and it appears to have not changed since then. It's a bit of a shame as the foyer promises mystery and charm but the rooms themselves are dreary. As it is, the ... Read the full review of The Atlanta.Under 600B 10 votes Backpacker
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