Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK)
Airport Hotels and Accommodation
Home to an exceptional selection of budget accommodation, the Asian city of Bangkok is large, with hotels spread around its main neighbourhoods. These areas include the backpacker's haunt of Th Khao San, nearby Banglamphu, central Siam Square, the colourful Chinatown district, and Bangkok's business districts of both Th Silom and Th Sukhumvit. For the cheapest hotels, look to Banglamphu and Chinatown, and in particular, around the Hualamphong railway station.
Bangkok International Airport (BKK) serves more than 48 million passengers annually and is the gateway for travel to Thailand and a hub for connections to other destinations in South-East Asia and other parts of the Asia-Pacific region. Bangkok is Thailand's capital, home to many of the country's major tourist attractions and is a thriving meeting and convention venue. There are a wide array of accommodation options on offer close by.
The Novotel Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel Bangkok is located in front of the passenger terminal, about a 5 minute walk from the Arrivals Hall. It is a brand-new four-star facility with 600 guest rooms, operated by the Accor Group.
HOTELS CLOSE TO BANGKOK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (BKK)|
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|Charoen Thani Princess||260 Srichan Road, Naimuang District,|
Amphur Muang Khon Kaen, 40000, Thailand
|Royal Princess Korat Hotel||1137 Suranarai Road, Naimuang District,|
Amphur Muang, Nakhon Ratchasima, 30000, Thailand
|Swissotel Le Concorde Bangkok||202 Ratchadapisek Road, Huai Kwang,|
Bangkok, 10320, Thailand
Bangkok: City Hotels and Accommodation
Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, is also the biggest city in the country, boasting a population approaching 6.5 million. Welcoming visitors from all over the world, the city of Bangkok is no stranger to tourism and is home to many hotels, with accommodation ranging from the most luxurious hotels to simple, basic and affordable guest houses.
The largest and best selection of hotels in Bangkok can be found lining much of Ploenchit Road, alongside the meandering Chao Phraya River, and also around Siam Square, amongst other centrally located neighbourhoods. Both Ploenchit Road, and Siam Square have much to offer in the way of hotels, many of which are close to local shops, eateries and lively nightclubs. A number of upmarket high-rise hotels reside in this part of Bangkok, overlooking the city and often boasting appealing river views. Travellers with commercial needs often favour hotels in this district, due to their proximity to the World Trade Centre.
Those planning to stay in Bangkok on a budget should consider the Banglampoo district, which is known for its cheap lodging and is a particularly popular spot with backpackers and students. Mid-range accommodation is plentiful around the Sukhumvit Road area, together with an endless variety of bars and a vibrant nightlife. Numerous modern hotels are located here, offering impressive facilities for both leisure and business visitors alike.