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Can You Recommend A Good Budget/Mid Range HOTEL In Bangkok?

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1. Posted by cd2 (Budding Member 19 posts) 10y

Am going on 1st May and want to pre book a couple of nights, pref not in a hostel but a nice mid range hostel or budget hotel so we have somewhere to head for!?

2. Posted by oj (Budding Member 24 posts) 10y

just booked into big johns in Bangkok.. sounds sweet .. good way to acclimatize to this culture shock i reckon...before hitting the rougher places

3. Posted by stoosh (Budding Member 10 posts) 10y

try this site: http://www.hostelworld.com

4. Posted by Peter (Admin 5789 posts) 10y

Quoting stoosh

try this site: http://www.hostelworld.com

You don't need to go that far - our own budget accommodation directory will give the same hostels at the exact same prices, processed by the same booking engine :)

5. Posted by krissb (Budding Member 12 posts) 10y

try the SUK11 hostel, its on the sukhumvit road, great place to start out, check out the web site, not to bad a price either

chris

6. Posted by road_trip (Full Member 203 posts) 10y

New Siam II. Its about 5 min walk from Khao San Road (so its not too noisey). It cost me 700baht when I was there in September, which was for a double room with air-con and cable TV. Very clean and they even have a swimming pool.

7. Posted by Brunate (First Time Poster 1 posts) 10y

Try Priceline.com, they do a great job in Bangkok. On biddingfortrave.COM you can find out what hotels people won. Pay careful attention to the maps.

8. Posted by dalynn (Budding Member 4 posts) 10y

Try this site: http://www.asiatravel.com/thailand/
I reccommend these hotels that are located in the heart of Bangkok such as First hotel,Swiss park hotel and Trinity silom hotel. Check out within your budgets and locations.

9. Posted by iloveflyin (Full Member 159 posts) 10y

700 baht for a night is quite a good deal for a hotel in Bangkok. Consider the rate around 40 baht /1USD (37.8 today). I often stay at the Rama Garden Hotel - really nice. I pay roughly 35-40 dollars a night w/ discount. It locates between downtown and the airport, and has free shuttle to shopping area in town, but not back to the airport.

10. Posted by catwong (Budding Member 49 posts) 10y

anyone knows a budget hostel in BANGKOK that is very cheap and safe?
we are female malaysian and the exchange rate can also be very harmful for us no matter what.

i'm planning to be there for a week..but not sure whether should i go to chiang mai or not for the climbing as what everyone saying..i'm more worried that my fren can't take it..not sure too about the beaches because most those places are kind of expensive then.

a fren of mine is coming along and she's very particular about safety and sharing rooms with strangers ..etc..
if can i need a double room then..but is double room safe to keep your stuffs there?

i'll be travelling end of the year around oct 22th..