5 Best Cheap Budget Hotels In Bangkok

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Mercure Bangkok Siam

5 best cheap budget hotels in Bangkok epitomise just why this is a city famous for its incredibly good value-for-money accommodation. For the same price as what you’d pay for a shared dorm room in some cities, you can grab yourself a hotel in Bangkok with spacious and comfortable bedrooms, as well as a whole host of onsite amenities and facilities. All of our handpicked Bangkok budget hotels are also located conveniently in the city centre, near major tourist attractions and travel links, so you can rest assured you won’t find yourself out in the sticks just because you’ve gone for a cheaper option!

Don’t settle for somewhere that’s merely clean, our choice of great-value hotels include stylish interiors, swimming pools, free Wi-Fi, locations that are handy for the BTS and sights, all with prices starting less than 1,000 baht, allowing the budget-conscious to enjoy the quality they deserve. Scroll down to see the best budget hotels in Bangkok and check out the live rates.

1. Mercure Bangkok Siam

Mercure Bangkok Siam is a modern and well appointed four star hotel in an incredible downtown location close to MBK, Siam Paragon and the several other shopping Malls in the Siam district.The hotel is directly in front of the BTS Skytrain Station at National Stadium offering quick and convenient access to other areas of the city.Also walking distance from the hotel is Bangkok Arts and Cultural Centre and Jim Thomspons House.All 189 guestrooms are decorated in a modern and funky style with brightly coloured furnishings and state of the art audio visual equipment.Rooms are fairly on the small side, but that is a concession for the amazing location.

2. The Mode Sathorn Hotel

The Mode Sathorn Hotel
The Mode Sathorn Hotel

The Mode Sathorn Hotel managed by Siam at Siam is a four-star hotel located in the Silom area of Bangkok, Thailand.The Mode Sathorn Hotel Managed by Siam at Siam is located right beside the BTS Surasak Station, which will help guests get to where they need to go.The Patpong Night Market is 1.6 km away, and is for those who wish to shop and enjoy the famous nightlife culture of Bangkok.China Town is 2.7kms from the hotel and Siam Square is 3.1kms away.The hotel central location allows for stunning views and easy access to the highlights of Bangkok.The Mode Sathorn Hotel Managed by Siam at Siam has 201 rooms in four different varieties.

3. Furama Silom

Furama Silom is a classic option for those looking for a comfortable stay in the Silom district of Bangkok, only ten minutes walk from Chong Nonsi Sky Train station and 15 minutes from Patpong night market, clubs and bars.The hotel is an old timer on the Bangkok skyline, rising above the business district and topped with a rooftop swimming pool and sun terrace from which you can enjoy a great view of the city.Because the hotel is not newly built the rooms are large and also offer a great vista, furnished in a classic warm modern style with basic amenities including a television, hot drink making equipment and a hairdryer.

4. Ibis Bangkok Riverside

Ibis Bangkok Riverside is located directly on the banks of the Chao Phraya River.It takes 30 minutes by car to reach Suvarnabhumi International Airport but guests are only 4 km away from the city centre.There are 266 non-smoking rooms available at the hotel.Every room has a modern design and impressive modern furnishings, including air conditioning, cable TV and a coffee-making machine.A safety deposit box is also provided and all of the 266 rooms have a working area that includes a work desk.A fridge and mini bar can also be found in each room.Ibis Bangkok Riverside offers free shuttle rides to Krungthonburi BTS Skytrain Station.

5. Centre Point Silom

Centre Point Silom
Centre Point Silom

Centre Point Silom is located a few steps from Saphan Taksin BTS Skytrain Station and Sathorn Pier, the main passenger terminal for all of the Chao Phraya River that meanders its way through Bangkok.Obviously travel convenience makes this four star property a brilliant choice for visitors who want to be close to all the temples and palaces of the old town – Grand Palace, Wat Pho, Wat Arun – a few piers to the north, and still have direct access to the shopping and nightlife options in Silom and Sukhumvit.In the immediate vicinity, the hotel is built on top of Robinson Department Store and Bangrak district is home to an interesting mix of five star hotels, Chinese shophouses, and some of the citys best local street food.