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Things to do in Bangkok

Wat Phra Sri Rattana Satsadaram
Wat Pho
National Theatre Bangkok

How much are hotels near Wat Phra Sri Rattana Satsadaram?

Below are the 12 user recommended hotels in the area of Bangkok that is closest to Wat Phra Sri Rattana Satsadaram. The average price near Wat Phra Sri Rattana Satsadaram is $54/night, with prices varying based on several factors including time of year. Hotels near Wat Phra Sri Rattana Satsadaram are typically 4% more expensive than the average hotel in Bangkok, which is $51.

Hotels near Wat Phra Sri Rattana Satsadaram
Rambuttri Village Inn & Plaza
Best value
Rambuttri Village Inn & Plaza
7.6
$20
Hotel Indigo Bangkok Wireless Road
No. 1 most popular
Hotel Indigo Bangkok Wireless Road
9.1
$53
Amari Watergate Bangkok
No. 2 most popular
Amari Watergate Bangkok
8.5
$70
ibis Styles Bangkok Khaosan Viengtai
No. 3 most popular
ibis Styles Bangkok Khaosan Viengtai
8.9
$62
Chillax Resort
No. 4 most popular
Chillax Resort
8.4
$79
Nouvo City Hotel
No. 5 most popular
Nouvo City Hotel
8.5
$35
Riva Surya Bangkok
Riva Surya Bangkok
9.2
$51
D&D Inn Khaosan
D&D Inn Khaosan
6.8
$28
Royal Rattanakosin Hotel
Royal Rattanakosin Hotel
7.0
$146
Villa De Khaosan
Villa De Khaosan
8.8
$31
Miramar Hotel Bangkok
Miramar Hotel Bangkok
7.8
$28
New Siam Riverside
New Siam Riverside
7.9
$39

How much are hotels near Wat Pho?

Hotels near Wat Pho are typically 12% more expensive than the average hotel in Bangkok, which is $51.

Hotels near Wat Pho
D&D Inn Khaosan
Best value
D&D Inn Khaosan
6.8
$28
Hotel Indigo Bangkok Wireless Road
No. 1 most popular
Hotel Indigo Bangkok Wireless Road
9.1
$59
Amari Watergate Bangkok
No. 2 most popular
Amari Watergate Bangkok
8.5
$71
ibis Styles Bangkok Khaosan Viengtai
No. 3 most popular
ibis Styles Bangkok Khaosan Viengtai
8.9
$62
Royal Rattanakosin Hotel
No. 4 most popular
Royal Rattanakosin Hotel
7.0
$148
Villa De Khaosan
No. 5 most popular
Villa De Khaosan
8.8
$31
Grand China Hotel
Grand China Hotel
7.9
$33
Miramar Hotel Bangkok
Miramar Hotel Bangkok
7.8
$28
Riva Arun Bangkok
Riva Arun Bangkok
9.1
$50
Theatre Residence
Theatre Residence
9.0
$51
New Siam Palace Ville
New Siam Palace Ville
7.9
$34
sala rattanakosin
sala rattanakosin
8.1
$109

How much are hotels near National Theatre Bangkok?

Hotels near National Theatre Bangkok are typically 12% more expensive than the average hotel in Bangkok, which is $51.

Hotels near National Theatre Bangkok
Rambuttri Village Inn & Plaza
Best value
Rambuttri Village Inn & Plaza
7.6
$20
Hotel Indigo Bangkok Wireless Road
No. 1 most popular
Hotel Indigo Bangkok Wireless Road
9.1
$59
Amari Watergate Bangkok
No. 2 most popular
Amari Watergate Bangkok
8.5
$71
ibis Styles Bangkok Khaosan Viengtai
No. 3 most popular
ibis Styles Bangkok Khaosan Viengtai
8.9
$62
Chillax Resort
No. 4 most popular
Chillax Resort
8.4
$79
Nouvo City Hotel
No. 5 most popular
Nouvo City Hotel
8.5
$35
Riva Surya Bangkok
Riva Surya Bangkok
9.2
$51
D&D Inn Khaosan
D&D Inn Khaosan
6.8
$28
Royal Rattanakosin Hotel
Royal Rattanakosin Hotel
7.0
$148
Villa De Khaosan
Villa De Khaosan
8.8
$31
Casa Nithra
Casa Nithra
8.8
$77
New Siam Riverside
New Siam Riverside
7.9
$39

Popular neighbourhoods in Bangkok

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Centre Point Hotel Chidlom
Best value
Centre Point Hotel Chidlom
8.5
$37
Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok
No. 1 most popular
Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok
8.9
$113
Centara Grand at CentralWorld
No. 2 most popular
Centara Grand at CentralWorld
8.7
$86
Pathumwan Princess Hotel
No. 3 most popular
Pathumwan Princess Hotel
8.9
$61
Grande Centre Point Hotel Ratchadamri
No. 4 most popular
Grande Centre Point Hotel Ratchadamri
8.6
$192
Intercontinental Bangkok
No. 5 most popular
Intercontinental Bangkok
8.9
$92
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Sunset Residence Pinklao
Best value
Sunset Residence Pinklao
9.4
$34
The Royal River Hotel
No. 1 most popular
The Royal River Hotel
7.8
$55
Hansa Bangkok House
No. 2 most popular
Hansa Bangkok House
9.3
$37
Cana Boutique Hotel
No. 3 most popular
Cana Boutique Hotel
9.3
$48
Hotels in Chom Thong
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The Choice Residence - Adults Only
Best value
The Choice Residence - Adults Only
9.2
$34
Hotels in Khlong Toei
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Better Bed Hostel
Best value
Better Bed Hostel
9.1
$21
Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Bangkok
No. 1 most popular
Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Bangkok
9.2
$101
The Landmark Bangkok
No. 2 most popular
The Landmark Bangkok
8.8
$106
Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen's Park
No. 3 most popular
Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen's Park
8.7
$53
Windsor Suites Bangkok, Managed by Accor
No. 4 most popular
Windsor Suites Bangkok, Managed by Accor
7.6
$226
Skyview Hotel Bangkok
No. 5 most popular
Skyview Hotel Bangkok
8.8
$47

When to book a hotel in Bangkok

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Low season
July
High season
May

cheapest month to stay

23%

expected price decrease

most expensive time to stay

24%

expected price increase

Price
$104 - $175
Highest day of week
Tuesday
Cheapest day of week
Wednesday

avg. price over the last two weeks

Average price (weeknight)

$111

avg. price over the last two weeks

avg. price over the last two weeks

Average price (weekend night)

$116

avg. price over the last two weeks

Cheapest time to book
The cheapest time to book hotels in Bangkok is: 3 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 4-5 star, on the same day that your stay begins.
1-2 star
$24 - $28
3 star
$47 - $52
4-5 star
$128 - $139

Bangkok travel tips

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Getting around Bangkok

Bangkok has an extensive network of buses, Skytrains, and the Metro. The buses are operated by Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA), and a single ride fare ranges from 6.50 THB – 8.00 THB based on the route and the time of day. The Skytrain and Metro are convenient and easy to navigate. Fares range from 15 THB – 40 THB based on distance travelled, while a 1-day unlimited pass costs approximately 140 THB. Taxis and ride-share options such as Uber are easily available all over the city, and are quite affordable. However, it is important to note that all on-ground transport in Bangkok is prone to the city’s notorious traffic jams and gridlocks. For a scenic view of the city, hop onto a public riverboat operated by Chao Phraya Express Boat. There are multiple routes and stops around the city, and fares range from 10 THB – 32 THB based on the route.

Best time to visit Bangkok

Bangkok experiences a tropical monsoon climate which is characterised by warm weather and high humidity all year round. Any time of the year is a good time to visit. Tourist traffic is the highest between November – March when average day temperatures range from 25 – 35 degrees Celsius. Book your hotels in advance and be prepared for longer queues at popular attractions. From April – October, the humidity levels are up, temperatures are around 30 degrees Celsius and there are sudden bouts of heavy rainfall. Since this is the low season, you can get some attractive deals on flights and hotels.


How much does a hotel in Bangkok cost per night?

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2 stars and below
Boxtel@Suvarnabhumi Airport
#1 most popular
Boxtel@Suvarnabhumi Airport
8.3
$33
The Bob Hostel
#2 most popular
The Bob Hostel
8.0
$28
Tales Khaosan Cafe & Hostel
Best value
Tales Khaosan Cafe & Hostel
9.0
$15
3 stars
ibis Styles Bangkok Khaosan Viengtai
#1 most popular
ibis Styles Bangkok Khaosan Viengtai
8.9
$62
Siri Oriental Bangkok Hotel
#2 most popular
Siri Oriental Bangkok Hotel
8.6
$42
BS Residence Suvarnabhumi
Best value
BS Residence Suvarnabhumi
6.9
$17
4 stars and above
Amari Watergate Bangkok
#1 most popular
Amari Watergate Bangkok
8.5
$71
Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok
#2 most popular
Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok
9.2
$244
Tarntawan Surawong Bangkok
Best value
Tarntawan Surawong Bangkok
7.9
$17

Hostels and cheap hotels in Bangkok

These hotels and hostels are the cheapest accommodations available in Bangkok
Tales Khaosan Cafe & Hostel
Tales Khaosan Cafe & Hostel
9.0
$15
Nasa Vegas Hotel
Nasa Vegas Hotel
7.1
$17
BS Residence Suvarnabhumi
BS Residence Suvarnabhumi
6.9
$17
Asoke Residence Sukhumvit By Uhg
Asoke Residence Sukhumvit By Uhg
8.4
$19
Tarntawan Surawong Bangkok
Tarntawan Surawong Bangkok
7.9
$17
The Tawana Bangkok
The Tawana Bangkok
8.0
$21

Get the best value hotel in Bangkok

These hotels have the best prices for their ratings
Amari Watergate Bangkok
Amari Watergate Bangkok
8.5
$71
Pathumwan Princess Hotel
Pathumwan Princess Hotel
8.9
$61
Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel
Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel
8.9
$99
Millennium Hilton Bangkok
Millennium Hilton Bangkok
8.4
$68
Centara Grand at CentralWorld
Centara Grand at CentralWorld
8.7
$86
Montien Riverside Hotel
Montien Riverside Hotel
8.0
$48

Where to stay in Bangkok

Best places to stay in Bangkok

Bangkok, the enigmatic capital city of Thailand, is a modern metropolis with high-rise buildings, traditional temples, colourful markets, and a hectic nightlife. The city is vast, and each of its neighbourhoods offer a diverse experience. Choose your area and accommodation based on the kind of trip that you have planned.

Sukhumvit

One of the most modern and cosmopolitan neighbourhoods, Sukhumvit is home to Bangkok’s best shopping, dining, spas and clubs. Enjoy a luxurious stay at The Okura Prestige Bangkok hotel which boasts Japanese-inspired interiors, spacious rooms and an infinity pool on the 35th floor with spectacular views of the Bangkok skyline. For a mid-range budget option, try Hotel Icon which enjoys a great location in the middle of Soi-2, and a wide choice of street food and shopping at its doorstep.

Silom

With large green spaces and parks, vibrant night life, and several restaurants serving authentic Thai food, Silom is an excellent location to stay when exploring Bangkok. Stay at the city’s only 5-star all-suite hotel, the Banyan Tree Bangkok which boasts spectacular city views from its 61st floor roof-top open-air bar called Moon Bar, and restaurant called Vertigo. For a more modest option, consider the family-run accommodation of Lullaby Inn which features bright, clean rooms with beautiful Thai décor. It is a short walk from the Skytrain and subway stations.

Siam

With the highest density of shopping malls, Siam is the shopping centre of Bangkok. This neighbourhood features several fashionable malls, great cinemas and a few tourist attractions, all within a short walk from each other. Amid all the shopping malls in the area, you have the luxurious Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok, which offers sophisticated rooms and a plush spa, just a short walk from the Siam Skytrain station. Or stay at Happy3, a stylish contemporary hotel, just a 5-minute walk from the National Stadium Skytrain station.

Khao San

The older part of the city, Khao San is the most famous area in Bangkok, but it mainly caters to budget travellers and backpackers, hence there are no luxury hotels here. The streets are lined with several cheap eateries, and trendy shops selling clothes and accessories. Local youngsters also hang around in this neighbourhood and party all night on the streets. Stay at the riverfront hotel, Riva Surya Bangkok, where the spacious and elegant rooms let you experience a bit of luxury in this hip and youthful neighbourhood. A short walk from Khao San Road, enjoy the comfortable rooms and roof-top swimming pool of the Casa Nithra Bangkok hotel.

Bangkok Riverside

Along the Chao Phraya river, Riverside is a scenic neighbourhood with glittering temples and shrines, and is also home to the Royal Palace. Enjoy luxurious accommodation at the grand dame of Bangkok hotels, the Mandarin Oriental Bangkok which overlooks the river and offers lavish rooms decorated with teak furniture and Thai silk furnishings. Consider the Loy La Long Hotel, offering unique, boutique accommodation in an old Chinese family house. The rooms are individually-designed with modern amenities, and balconies directly overlooking the river.

Chinatown

One of the oldest areas in Bangkok, Chinatown is a historic area full of narrow streets and alleys. The area features several buildings with traditional Chinese architecture, scores of small shops selling tea, gold, and spices, and plenty of street-side food stalls and bustling markets. While there are no luxury hotels in Chinatown, you can enjoy boutique accommodation in the sleek and stylish rooms of the Prime Hotel Central Station Bangkok near the Hua Lamphong train station.

Cheap hotels in Bangkok

Being a popular destination amongst youngsters and backpackers, Bangkok offers plenty of budget hotels and hostels. A popular choice is the riverside property of River View Guest House with simple, clean rooms, and a cool rooftop restaurant. The Check Inn Chinatown hotel provides clean and cosy rooms in the heart of Chinatown’s gems and gold district. Close to the airport, you have the U-Tiny Boutique Home, Suvarnabhumi, Bangkok hotel which offers a free airport shuttle every hour, and has a swimming pool set in a lush green garden. In Sukhumvit, you can consider the Matchbox Hostel located on Soi-33 or look at the Pas Cher Hotel de Bangkok which is surrounded by shops and eateries in the Silom area. In Siam, you have the Chao Hostel which is almost like a boutique hotel with a hipster vibe.


What to do in Bangkok

A city of contrasts, Bangkok is called by many names, such as ‘The Big Mango’, ‘The City of Angels’, and ‘The Venice of the East’. It is packed with gleaming temples, floating markets, and culinary delights on one hand, and glistening steel and glass high-rises, multi-level shopping malls, and luxury hotels on the other. With so much to choose from, planning an itinerary is no easy task, but you may want to put some of these items on the top of your list.

  • In Siam, you can shop till you drop at the several fashionable malls such as Siam Paragon, CentralWorld Siam, Siam Center, and MBK Center. Get a glimpse into traditional Thai living at The Jim Thompson House museum. Watch a Thai boxing fight outside MBK shopping mall. Wander through the world’s largest aquarium, SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World, located in the basement of the Siam Paragon shopping mall.
  • In Khao San, visit the Grand Palace, the former home of the monarch with over 100 colourful buildings beautifully decorated in gold and diamond. Next door, visit Wat Phra Kaew, commonly known as The Temple of the Emerald Buddha. About 10-minutes away is the Wat Pho, another Buddhist temple complex with the gigantic gilded Reclining Buddha. Also see the Democracy Monument and then head over to the bright red, 21-metre-high Sao Ching Cha – The Giant Swing. Enjoy panoramic views of the city from the Wat Saket Buddhist temple and its steep artificial hill, the Golden Mount.
  • Along the Riverside, enjoy the visual feast of the colourful Pak Khlong Talat flower market. Stroll through the new, posh Asiatique night market which offers a mix of Asian, European, and American food and shopping. Book a dinner cruise on the Chao Phraya river. Visit the Wat Arun, The Temple of Dawn, an architectural representation of Mount Meru, which is the centre of the world in Buddhist cosmology.
  • In Chinatown, take the guided walking tour to explore this fascinating area and its maze of alleys, buildings, temples, and markets. Shop for spices and gold at the street side markets. Enjoy delicious Chinese food at the many street side stalls, and try Bangkok’s best noodle soup at Sawang Noodle (formerly called Bamee Sawang Noodle) near Bangkok train station.
  • In Silom, go for a walk or run at the Lumpini Park during the day. Later, shop for souvenirs, clothes, and street food at the busy Patpong Night Market.
  • In Sukhumvit, wander through the Terminal21 lifestyle mall, a cutting-edge concept that brings several world-famous cities under one roof. Visit the red light district, Nana and Soi Cowboy if you are curious about the go-go bars, pole dancing clubs, seductive shows, and cabarets.
  • If you are in Bangkok on the weekend, don’t miss a trip to the Chatuchak Weekend Market near the Mo Chit Skytrain station. This is one of the biggest street markets in the world, sprawling over 35 acres, and containing approximately 15,000 shops selling clothes, antiques, fruits, and a multitude of other goods.
  • Around 60-minutes outside of Bangkok, visit Damnoen Saduak, the most popular and liveliest floating market in Bangkok. Spend the morning sampling local delicacies, clicking memorable pictures, and shopping for a wide range of goods.

Bangkok travel information

How long do people stay in Bangkok?

4 nights is the typical length of stay for people visiting Bangkok.

How much does a hotel cost in Bangkok?

A hotel room in Bangkok will generally set you back around $86 per night. This figure is an average and prices will vary according to the facilities, location and room availability at your desired hotel.

When is the best time to book a hotel in Bangkok?

In July prices are at their lowest, making it the most cost-effective time to book a hotel room in Bangkok. You may find the cost of your room has decreased by 22%.

Which day is cheapest to stay in Bangkok?

Hotel rooms in Bangkok are generally cheapest on Tuesday and more costly on Monday.

How much does a hostel in Bangkok cost?

$25 is how much a hostel (and up to 2-star hotels) in Bangkok could cost you each night. Booking a hostel could save you $61 when compared to the average price of a hotel in Bangkok.