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1. Posted by crisy123 (Budding Member 10 posts) 5y

can anyone help, i arrive in asia on the 14th sept, however im on my own until my friend arrives that evening, so im looking for a hotel near the airport which is quite decent as im a bit apprehensive with me being alone. anyone any suggestions? xx

2. Posted by bex76 (Moderator 3713 posts) 5y

Wherabouts in Asia?!

3. Posted by crisy123 (Budding Member 10 posts) 5y

bangkok, so want something by the airport xx

4. Posted by Athurupana (Budding Member 8 posts) 5y

hi,

try this website. you can find hotel close to Swrnaboomi airport. if you are comming to colombo, Sri lanka contact me. i will help you to plain your trip in sri lanka.

try to find thailand hotel from here http://www.sawadee.com/

5. Posted by karazyal (Travel Guru 1596 posts) 5y

Quoting crisy123

bangkok, so want something by the airport xx

A hotel near the airport is usually a hotel in the middle of nowhere!

Will you be visiting Bangkok at all of just blowing off that city and flying immediately out? If flying out and you have a choice of flights don't pick the one where you lose sleep! Often if only visiting other cities in Thailand it is better to just stay in Bangkok for a few days before leaving for other cities. Even Bangkok has summer type weather. In September many hotels will be at low season pricing.

How much per night do you want to spend on a hotel? What time do you arrive? How long will you be in Bangkok?

Most travelers arrive at Suvarnabhumi and just head into the city. There are taxis available 24 hours a day from the airport. If you arrive during day hours before midnight you can even take a cheaper train into the Pratunam area of Bangkok. (Price for the City Line to Pratunam is 45 baht or less.) Likewise, there are meter taxis available all night long to return tourists to the airport too!

For hotel recommendations also mention how much per night you want to pay for a room. Use a dollar, pound or baht figure - don't say cheap or middle priced, etc. Knowing what you want to spend per night will make it easier to suggest a hotel. But if you are visiting Bangkok at all get the hotel in the city and be done with it!

http://www.urbanrail.net/as/bang/bangkok.htm