5 Unique Bangkok Hotels for an extraordinary stay in the city
Do you want to take your Bangkok travel experience up a notch? How about splurging on unique Bangkok hotels where you feel like you just stepped into a whimsical world or feel like you’re a queen or a fascinating theatrical character?
We’re featuring five unique hotels in today’s Thailand travel guide, so get ready for a stylish and extraordinary stay in the bustling city as you end your day and recharge in these Bangkok hotels!
The House of Phraya Jasaen
Simple yet modern décor fills the room just right | Photo Courtesy: The House of Phraya
Pushing the limits of comfort and design, 3-star hotel The House of Phraya steps up with its beautiful mix of modern décor and Thai fancy style.
Prison-themed room | Photo Courtesy: The House of Phraya
Each room in The House of Phraya boasts a distinctive design and layout. Take for example the prison-themed room complete with ashes-coloured concrete walls, a single bed and jet-black bars.
Sleek and stylish bedrooms are also available for guests staying with their families, while dormitory style accommodations await those who prefer a less expensive choice.
This Bangkok hotel can also cater to your vanity and relaxation needs. It has a massage parlour with vintage style barbershop chairs and massage beds where a huge fabric elephant hangs from above.
Address: 57, 168 Charoen Krung Rd, Bangkok 10120
Thee Bangkok Hotel
Thee Bangkok Hotel’s King Suite | Photo Courtesy: Thee Bangkok Hotel Facebook Page
Much like the Bangkok attractions surrounding it, Thee Bangkok Hotel offers guests outstanding service and experience during their stay in the cosmopolitan city.
King Suite’s Bathtub | Photo Courtesy: Thee Bangkok Hotel Facebook Page
Located about 8-10 minute walk from Asoke BTS Station, European-style Thee Bangkok Hotel is the perfect place for a relaxing and stylish stay in the city.
As it is situated in Sukhumvit where you can find some of the best things to do in Bangkok – like shop, drink, party, or relax in numerous cafes – Thee Bangkok Hotel’s location opens doors to an exciting world of entertainment and dining experience.
Address: 9/1 Sukhumvit 20 (Sainampeung) Klongtoei Bangkok 10110
Colourful doodles beautifully designed in one of Beat Hotel’s Siamese Twin Rooms | Photo Courtesy: Beat Hotel
A more subtle but equally beautiful design in this Siamese Twin Room | Photo Courtesy: Beat Hotel
Relax as you enjoy visually striking play of colours in this fun and truly unique Bangkok Hotel which is situated near the Phra Khanong BTS Station.
Its location near the BTS offers convenience to guests as they can easily come back to the hotel after a day of ticking off activities in their list of things to do in Bangkok and exploring Thailand tourist attractions.
There’s also what they call “E88” – an iconic landmark ideal for events such as weddings, parties and launches.
Address: 69/1 Sukhumvit Rd, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110
Playhaus Thonglor Hotel
Playhaus Thonglor | Photo Courtesy: Playhaus Thonglor Facebook Page
Step into a whimsical world that is Playhaus Thonglor that has different themes per floor – 1st floor is Romeo & Juliet, 2nd floor is Mary Poppins and 3rd floor is Aladdin.
Each room is decorated according to each floor’s theme | Photo Courtesy: Playhaus Thonglor Facebook Page
Decorated lavishly according to their themes, each room offers a different experience with its visually appealing design and furniture.
Grab a drink or two in Backstage – the hotel’s in-house cocktail bar | Photo Courtesy: Playhaus Thonglor Facebook Page
Address: 205/22-23 Sukhumvit Soi 55 (Thonglor) Klongton Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Chao Hostel – a backpacker’s haven | Photo Courtesy: Chao Hostel
Chao Hostel takes backpacking to a whole new level by blending in the city’s old lifestyle and today’s modern comforts.
This Bangkok hotel is sleek and minimalist and has friendly and vibrant staff ready to assist you in planning your travel itinerary and recommending fun and exciting things to do in Thailand.
Chao Hostel’s on-site library | Photo Courtesy: Chao Hostel
It has its very own on-site library – one of the main reasons why most guests book Chao Hostel.
20 square-metre private room with a queen-size bed | Photo Courtesy: Chao Hostel
Infused with youthful modern design that blends perfectly with Thai history and the hospitality that guests can experience, Chao Hostel is indeed a home away from home in the heart of Bangkok.
Address: 8th floor, Siam@Siam building, 865 Rama I Rd, Wang Mai, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330
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