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Accommodation

Travellers wanting no more than a short stumble from bar to bed should check out the options on Khao San Road and neighbouring Rambuttri Road. Those who don’t mind a five- to 15-minute walk from these main traveller strips will find a better selection of accommodation to go with more of a local vibe on the streets around Khao San. Some quality places to stay are also found further east around Democracy Monument, or you could head north to Thewet and Dusit if you don’t mind positioning yourself further from the action in a sleepier part of town. Key attractions like the Grand Palace, Wat Pho and National Museum are all relatively easy to access from all of these locations.




Khao San Road and Rambuttri

The brash heart of Thailand’s traveller scene, Khao San Road is stuffed with vendor stalls, touts and dozens of cranking bars. Running parallel to Khao San to the north, Rambuttri Road also has a lively traveller scene but with a slightly mellower scene. Cross Chakrabongse Road to the west and you’ll hit Soi Rambuttri, another traveller strip that keeps things quieter than Rambuttri Road and is almost sleepy compared to Khao San. Loud music can be heard inside rooms at many places until around 02:00 on Khao San and Rambuttri roads, but much of Soi Rambuttri stays quiet enough to sleep early.


265 Khao San Rd, Bangkok
1,500B to 4,000B
Buddy Lodge
Midrange - 1,500B to 4,000B
265 Khao San Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 629 4477

A large, comfortable and well-established hotel situated right on Khao San Road itself, Buddy Lodge is the original property from a group that also runs at least three more hotels and roughly a dozen bars and restaurants in Bangkok. Unexpectedly classy rooms, several extras and great value make it a go-to option for flashpackers. The six-storey brick building dominates the eastern end of the... Read our full review of Buddy Lodge.

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Trok Bowon Rang Si (alley off Tanao Rd near the east end of Khao San Rd), Bangkok
Under 600B
Honey Place
Backpacker - Under 600B
Trok Bowon Rang Si (alley off Tanao Rd near the east end of Khao San Rd), Bangkok
T: (02) 629 3078

Occupying a two-storey concrete house with no more than eight rooms, the homely Honey Place is a throwback to the “good old days” when locals opened their homes to the backpackers passing through town. Clean, simple and friendly is the recipe here, and it works. Located on the ground floor and upstairs, all rooms come with at least one window, a small desk and firm bed, with enough well... Read our full review of Honey Place.

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75-77 Soi Rambuttri, Bangkok
Under 600B
Lamphu House
Backpacker - Under 600B
75-77 Soi Rambuttri, Bangkok
T: (02) 629 5861-2

Nudging up to some venerable trees in a quiet spot just off Soi Rambuttri, the Lamphu House remains a top pick for budget travellers in the immediate Khao San Road vicinity. Set in a four-storey concrete building and accessed by at least one flight of stairs, all rooms come with soft rattan lamps, desks, comfy beds and free WiFi that worked very well for us on the third floor. The cheaper... Read our full review of Lamphu House.

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36 Tani Rd (also an entrance on Rambuttri Rd), Bangkok
1,500B to 4,000B
Villa Cha-Cha
Midrange - 1,500B to 4,000B
36 Tani Rd (also an entrance on Rambuttri Rd), Bangkok
T: (02) 280 1025

A key player on Rambuttri Road, the long-running Villa Cha-Cha remains a top pick for flashpackers seeking a swimming pool, generous common space and rooms with an artistic touch. In an unusual setup, the guesthouse has entrances on both Tani Road to the north and Rambuttri Road, where bamboo trim joins funky statues and loads of tables at a large bar and restaurant that’s also popular with... Read our full review of Villa Cha-Cha.

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84 Rambuttri Rd, Bangkok
Under 600B
Green House
Backpacker - Under 600B
84 Rambuttri Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 281 4293

One of the only places still catering to budget travellers right on lively Rambuttri Road, Green House serves up adequate private rooms and dorms behind and above the popular restaurant of the same name. The sought after location and inexpensive rates mean that Green House is often full—even in low season we had to book a room in advance just to take a look. This was worth it, as the small... Read our full review of Green House.

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41 Trok Mayom, Bangkok
Under 600B
Laksameenarai Guesthouse
Backpacker - Under 600B
41 Trok Mayom, Bangkok
T: (061) 716 9356

Tucked down an alley just off central Khao San, Laksameenarai Guesthouse has a few romantic private rooms and clean dorms set in an attractive heritage house overshadowed by the low-rise neighbours. Owners claim that the handsome pale-yellow house has stood here for more than 130 years, which is old even by Banglamphu standards. Possibly preserved thanks to its delicate gingerbread... Read our full review of Laksameenarai Guesthouse.

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190/9-10 Khao San Rd, Bangkok
Under 600B
Nitan Hostel
Backpacker - Under 600B
190/9-10 Khao San Rd, Bangkok
T: (095) 498 1441

Sporting a stylish design, cushy dorms and helpful staff, Nitan Hostel is one of the only true hostels found within steps of Khao San Road. Set down an easy-to-miss alley that cuts south from the east side of Khao San Road, the small two-floor hostel greets you with an oversized daybed and sleek wooden floors in a common room that doubles as reception. At the back stretches a long communal... Read our full review of Nitan Hostel.

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68-70 Khao San Rd, Bangkok
600B to 1,500B
D&D Inn
Flashpacker - 600B to 1,500B
68-70 Khao San Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 629 0526-8

Looming above a bunch of noisy bars, the pale green D&D Inn is one of the largest and most recognisable hotels on Khao San. Some years ago it quit being a cheap backpacker haunt by upgrading all rooms and increasing rates into the flashpacker range. Whether the benefits outweigh disadvantages is up for debate, but do know what you’re getting into before booking. D&D overlooks the noisiest... Read our full review of D&D Inn.

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95 Soi Rambuttri, Bangkok
600B to 1,500B
Rambuttri Village Inn
Flashpacker - 600B to 1,500B
95 Soi Rambuttri, Bangkok
T: (02) 282 9162-4

Two swimming pools, a frangipani-strewn courtyard and a desirable location help to make up for the mediocre rooms at Rambuttri Village, one of the largest and longest running larger hotels in the area. Just back from Soi Rambuttri behind the associated Rambuttri Terrace Restaurant, the hotel spans three five-storey buildings set around an open-air common area with tables, trees and a fishpond... Read our full review of Rambuttri Village Inn.

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Around Khao San

Some of our favourite places to stay in all of Bangkok are located within a kilometre walk from the west and north of Khao San Road, on or just off Phra Arthit, Phra Sumen and Samsen roads. A mix of travellers and locals create a scene that spares you the brashness (and noise) of Khao San while still offering plenty of low-key bars and cafes to chill in. The area is much better for budget travellers than Khao San itself, with some 20 cheap hostels found on Samsen sois 4 and 6 alone. You’ll also come across good-value guesthouses, boutique hotels and luxury rooms with river views.


607 Phra Sumen Rd, Bangkok
1,500B to 4,000B
Old Capital Bike Inn
Midrange - 1,500B to 4,000B
607 Phra Sumen Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 629 1787

Set in a former palace building that’s been in the same family for seven generations, the Old Capital Bike Inn has six rooms each with a classy individual design. Throw in an environmental outlook, free bicycle tours and impeccable service, and you have a fabulous choice for those who prefer an intimate bed and breakfast rather than a larger hotel. Around 2015 the place rebranded itself,... Read our full review of Old Capital Bike Inn.

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23 Phra Arthit Rd, Bangkok
4,000B to 8,000B
Riva Surya Bangkok
Toprange - 4,000B to 8,000B
23 Phra Arthit Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 633 5000

Riva Surya sets the standard for luxury accommodation in the Khao San area. Rising between laid-back Phra Arthit Road and the Chao Phraya River, the mid-size hotel’s gorgeous design toes the line between modern sleekness and old-style Thai elegance. While not cheap, this is an exceptional choice for a honeymoon or end of trip splurge. Approaching from the street entrance, security guards... Read our full review of Riva Surya Bangkok.

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11 Soi Kai Chae (off Phra Sumen Rd), Bangkok
Under 600B
Apple Guest House
Backpacker - Under 600B
11 Soi Kai Chae (off Phra Sumen Rd), Bangkok
T: (02) 281 1219

Run by the same family that first opened its doors to backpackers in the early 1980s, Apple Guesthouse recreated itself in recent years by erecting a modern concrete building in place of the old wooden house. Some will say it now lacks the charm of the old days, but you’ll still find the same laidback vibes along with exceptional budget value and a lot more comfort than before. Long before... Read our full review of Apple Guest House.

Samsen Soi 6, Bangkok
Under 600B
Born Free Hostel
Backpacker - Under 600B
Samsen Soi 6, Bangkok
T: (02) 628 5718

Born Free Hostel’s black-and-white paw print sign pokes out from some greenery to mark the spot of a relaxing and artistic scene with great-value dorms on a side lane near Khao San Road. The ground floor common room feels bigger than it is thanks to natural light from wide windows near the old shophouse’s high ceilings. Raised off the floor, tables and floor cushions make it easy to chat... Read our full review of Born Free Hostel.

347-349 Phra Sumen Rd, Bangkok
Under 600B
Canale Hostel
Backpacker - Under 600B
347-349 Phra Sumen Rd, Bangkok
T: (084) 414 5926

Offering a memorable setup in an area stuffed with dorm options, Canale Hostel blends modern comforts into a heritage house set in a village beside the murky water of the Banglamphu Canal. The small property occupies one of several houses set in a long wooden structure that dates to the early 20th century and, apart from the hostel, is still home to several families. Approaching from Phra... Read our full review of Canale Hostel.

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110 Tanee Rd, Bangkok
1,500B to 4,000B
Dewan Bangkok
Midrange - 1,500B to 4,000B
110 Tanee Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 629 4610

Dewan Bangkok is the first “Arabian-themed” hotel we’ve seen in Thailand that actually carries out this design in a tasteful way. More importantly, it offers rooms and service of a higher grade than many similarly priced hotels in the Khao San area. Designers pulled off quite a transformation when they combined two pre-existing buildings, formerly broken into three shophouses, to create... Read our full review of Dewan Bangkok.

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240 Samsen Soi 1, Bangkok
Under 600B
Khaosan Immjai Hostel
Backpacker - Under 600B
240 Samsen Soi 1, Bangkok
T: (02) 629 3088

One of our favourites out of the many homely hostels found in the Khao San area, Khaosan Immjai serves up cushy bunks on a quiet side lane while living up to a name that translates as “full heart,” denoting inner peace or contentment. The five-floor converted shophouse greets you with an orange paintjob, and bright colours continue inside with a palette of yellow, green, orange and pink.... Read our full review of Khaosan Immjai Hostel.

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155 Wanchat Bridge (on canal-side lane just off Prachatipatai Rd), Bangkok
1,500B to 4,000B
Lamphu Tree House
Midrange - 1,500B to 4,000B
155 Wanchat Bridge (on canal-side lane just off Prachatipatai Rd), Bangkok
T: (02) 282 0991-2

Popular with families and flashpackers, Lamphu Tree House remains a comfortable choice with old-style Thai elegance and a quiet canal-side location. The long-running and reliable property is not an actual treehouse built into the branches of a tree, but you will find the broad red leaves of old umbrella trees draped over the canal out front. The design relies on Thai silks, wooden Buddha... Read our full review of Lamphu Tree House.

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55 Phra Sumen Rd, Bangkok
Under 600B
Mad Monkey Hostel Bangkok
Backpacker - Under 600B
55 Phra Sumen Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 282 6171

One of the only hostels in Bangkok with a swimming pool is the Mad Monkey, a top pick for young travellers looking for a built-in party scene. The hostel launched in 2017 as the first property in Thailand from a group that already ran several hostels scattered around the Philippines and Cambodia. Backpackers who have stayed in any of these will find the same successful recipe here: lots of... Read our full review of Mad Monkey Hostel Bangkok.

45/1 Phra Athit Rd, Banglamphu
1,500B to 4,000B
Navalai River Resort
Midrange - 1,500B to 4,000B
45/1 Phra Athit Rd, Banglamphu
T: (02) 280 9955

The Navalai River Resort offers smart rooms in an enviable riverside location that’s practically on top of Phra Arthit ferry pier. Attentive service and a rooftop pool also help to make it a top pick in the midrange bracket. After a polite receptionist told us the options in clear English, we took the lift upstairs to check out rooms that are sleek, clean, cushy and spacious, even if they... Read our full review of Navalai River Resort.

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50 Trok Rong Mhai (corner of Phra Arthit Rd), Bangkok
600B to 1,500B
New Siam II Guest House
Flashpacker - 600B to 1,500B
50 Trok Rong Mhai (corner of Phra Arthit Rd), Bangkok
T: (02) 282 2795

Our favourite out of the five properties run by the New Siam group, New Siam II Guest House is an affordable option for flashpackers and families keen on enjoying a swimming pool in a quiet location near Khao San Road, the historic district and the river. Though rooms are dated and staff could be friendlier, the value is still among the best of any budget hotel in this part of Bangkok. The... Read our full review of New Siam II Guest House.

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48 Samsen Soi 3, Bangkok
600B to 1,500B
Sam Sen Sam Place
Flashpacker - 600B to 1,500B
48 Samsen Soi 3, Bangkok
T: (02) 628 7067

Named after the side street that it’s located on, Sam Sen Sam Place started out by offering cheap backpacker accommodation in a pair of attractive heritage houses. In more recent years the family owners constructed a four-storey building further back on the property, resulting in a wide variety of rooms with different levels of comfort and style. Ice-blue-and-white or dark-green-and-cream... Read our full review of Sam Sen Sam Place.

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113-117 Samsen Rd, Bangkok
1,500B to 4,000B
Tara Place
Midrange - 1,500B to 4,000B
113-117 Samsen Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 627 1001

A staff that goes the extra distance to ensure guests are happy combines with smart rooms and a convenient Samsen Road location to make Tara Place stand out from the medium-size hotel pack in the Khao San area. An enthusiastic receptionist asked if we’d like to see some rooms no more than two seconds after we started with: “Looking for a room.” In a flash we were in the lift with a... Read our full review of Tara Place.

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90 Phra Sumen Rd (down alley starting at Adamaz Gems), Bangkok
600B to 1,500B
Adamaz House
Flashpacker - 600B to 1,500B
90 Phra Sumen Rd (down alley starting at Adamaz Gems), Bangkok
T: (02) 281 4170

Tucked down a quiet alley near Phra Sumen Fort and an easy stroll from Khao San Road, Adamaz House delivers clean and well-equipped rooms for non-fussy flashpackers who don’t require an on-site bar and restaurant. You’ll find Adamaz’s sleek but out-of-place facade after wandering past napping cats down a cramped alley. The lobby reminds us of a midrange Chinese karaoke bar, with glossy... Read our full review of Adamaz House.

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80 Phra Arthit Rd (corner of Soi Chana Songkhram), Bangkok
Under 600B
BB House
Backpacker - Under 600B
80 Phra Arthit Rd (corner of Soi Chana Songkhram), Bangkok
T: (02) 282 2411

With a terrific location, comfortable beds and lower-than-expected rates, BB House might just live up to a name that stands for “Best Bed”. There are however some disadvantages to consider before you steer your way here. Overshadowed by the larger and less inspiring Happio Hotel, which covers part of the same building, BB House blends into the bustling corner of Soi Chana Songkhram and... Read our full review of BB House.

78 Prachatipatai Rd, Bangkok
Under 600B
Hotel De Moc
Backpacker - Under 600B
78 Prachatipatai Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 629 2100-4

A throwback to the 1960s with revamped rooms and a great swimming pool, Hotel De Moc is a hotel with a story to tell. The property opened under the name Thai Hotel in 1962, a period when the city began drawing crowds of US servicemen on leave from the war in Vietnam. In 1964 it appeared in Operation CIA, a ridiculous film set in Saigon but filmed in Bangkok in which a spy played by a young... Read our full review of Hotel De Moc.

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West end of Samsen Soi 5, Bangkok
Under 600B
New Phiman Riverview Guesthouse
Backpacker - Under 600B
West end of Samsen Soi 5, Bangkok
T: (085) 404 8326

New Phiman Riverside is an oddity that will be heaven for some hippie types and bloody awful for those who like things neat and tidy. With a shantytown feel and splendid views of the Chao Phraya, it’s one of the most peculiar places to stay that this writer has ever come across. Near the dead-end of Samsen Soi 5, a ramshackle muay Thai ring and ancient banyan tree make it clear that... Read our full review of New Phiman Riverview Guesthouse.

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East end of Samsen Soi 4, Bangkok
Under 600B
Once in Bangkok Guesthouse
Backpacker - Under 600B
East end of Samsen Soi 4, Bangkok
T: (091) 736 1874

Set in a warren of lanes where you cannot throw a cat without hitting a hostel, Once in Bangkok Guesthouse offers no-frills budget rooms for those who prefer some privacy. The mid 20th century building has an unusual curved shape to follow the pavement at a corner where Samsen Soi 4 bends to meet another lane. This makes for some oddly shaped rooms that come with a choice of shared or private... Read our full review of Once in Bangkok Guesthouse.

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Democracy Monument

Including some of Bangkok’s finest bed and breakfasts, these properties are all situated closer to the unmistakable Democracy Monument at the heart of Ratchadamnoen Avenue. Expect more of a local scene that places you one to two kilometres east of Khao San Road, and the same distance northwest of the Grand Palace and other key sites down in Rattanakosin.


112-114 Soi Damnoen Klang Tai, (just off Dinso Rd near Democracy Monument), Bangkok
1,500B to 4,000B
Baan Noppawong
Midrange - 1,500B to 4,000B
112-114 Soi Damnoen Klang Tai, (just off Dinso Rd near Democracy Monument), Bangkok
T: (02) 224 1047

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 comfort to go with an intimate atmosphere and excellent location. The house was built in the late 1800s by a noble family — the Noppawong na Ayudhaya’s — and is now owned and operated by... Read our full review of Baan Noppawong.

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78/3 Ratchadamnoen Klang Rd (corner of Dinso Road), Bangkok
600B to 1,500B
Baan Dinso at Ratchadamnoen
Flashpacker - 600B to 1,500B
78/3 Ratchadamnoen Klang Rd (corner of Dinso Road), Bangkok
T: (02) 621 2808

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 classy joint. The new sister establishment of the original Baan Dinso, a short walk away down Dinso Road, Baan Dinso at Ratchadamnoen occupies a freshly renovated four-storey building that used to... Read our full review of Baan Dinso at Ratchadamnoen.

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Thewet and Dusit

These spots are all spread around a leafy area near Thewet Pier on the river ferry lines and the National Library, as well as further east in the similarly low-key Dusit and Nang Loeng neighbourhoods. Those who don’t mind a two- to three-kilometre trip down to Khao San Road will find several quality places to stay that tend towards the artistic and intimate.


463/5-8 Luk Luang Road, Bangkok
1,500B to 4,000B
Loog Choob Homestay
Midrange - 1,500B to 4,000B
463/5-8 Luk Luang Road, Bangkok
T: (085) 328 2475

The family who runs Loog Choob Homestay on the fringes of Bangkok’s old town took an ordinary old shophouse and turned it into a plush urban pad. The result is an intimate place to stay with no shortage of comfort or style. Loog Choob is a sophisticated ‘homestay’. The homestay occupies one of those not-so-attractive multi-storey concrete shell townhouses that were thrown up in endless... Read our full review of Loog Choob Homestay.

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46 Thewet Soi 1 (off Krung Kasem Rd), Bangkok
1,500B to 4,000B
Phra Nakorn Norn Len
Midrange - 1,500B to 4,000B
46 Thewet Soi 1 (off Krung Kasem Rd), Bangkok
T: (02) 628 8188

The Phra Nakorn Norn Len experience takes you straight into the artistic soul of Thailand. Imaginative murals, vintage displays, soothing common areas and comfortable rooms combine to create a hotel that’s hard to forget. Originally just another clapped-out Thai hotel, the building underwent an unbelievable revitalisation after the current artist-owners took over in the late 2000s. Up... Read our full review of Phra Nakorn Norn Len.

8/11 Krung Kasem Rd, Bangkok
600B to 1,500B
Baan Manusarn
Flashpacker - 600B to 1,500B
8/11 Krung Kasem Rd, Bangkok
T: (02) 281 2976

A homely atmosphere with helpful staff in a quiet spot near a river ferry pier—that’s Baan Manusarn’s recipe for success, and it works. Fronting the unassuming four-room bed and breakfast is a coffee bar run by an affable man who enjoys offering tips and advice for exploring the area. An owner and the other staffer who have greeted us on a couple of different visits are also welcoming... Read our full review of Baan Manusarn.

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245/1, Soi 9, Sri Ayutthaya Road, Bangkok
600B to 1,500B
Baan Tepa Boutique House
Flashpacker - 600B to 1,500B
245/1, 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 reasonably priced, artistically rendered rooms to choose from, this is an excellent choice for those seeking an intimate bed & breakfast experience with plenty of antiquarian charm. Baan Tepa occupies... Read our full review of Baan Tepa Boutique House.

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37 Sri Ayutthaya Rd (corner of Sri Ayutthaya Soi 16), Bangkok
Under 600B
Shanti Lodge
Backpacker - Under 600B
37 Sri Ayutthaya Rd (corner of Sri Ayutthaya Soi 16), Bangkok
T: (02) 281 2497

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 backpackers, even if some will find the coolness contrived. Shanti has two connected buildings: a four-floor purple concrete structure up front and a smaller wooden house out the back. The whole shebang is decked... Read our full review of Shanti Lodge.

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83 Sri-Ayutthaya Rd Soi 14, Bangkok
Under 600B
Tavee Guesthouse
Backpacker - Under 600B
83 Sri-Ayutthaya Rd Soi 14, Bangkok
T: (02) 280 1447

The long-running Tavee Guesthouse remains a solid choice for those looking to avoid the all-out hippie scene in an old backpacker hood near the National Library. At first glance, the old red-and-white sign down a narrow alley lends the impression that Tavee is a tiny guesthouse. In fact the property is deceptively large, spanning a pair of two-floor buildings that blend classic fretted wood... Read our full review of Tavee Guesthouse.

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