In 2017, I spent several months in Thailand’s capital, and surprisingly accommodation in Bangkok is very affordable. From inexpensive guesthouses to the most luxury hotels, you can find
everything in Bangkok.
If you’re looking for quirky and unique places to stay in Bangkok, you have come to the right place! I’m gonna show you today 3 fabulous accommodations in
Bangkok, from cozy and colorful, to modern and sophisticated. And the good news are: all of the following places are under $50 a night!
So go ahead, plan your next Bangkok trip, and make sure to spend more than just a weekend there, because there is so much to see and experience in Thailand’s capital, from magnificent
temples to world-class shopping (my travel guide to Bangkok is coming in the next days!)…
The following 3 hotels are carefully chosen and will offer you a calm oasis after a day of exploring Bangkok (and definitely make you want to stay longer, too!)
Let’s get started!
White Ivory Bed & Breakfast
Welcome to White Ivory, a modern Bed & Breakfast that combines traditional Thai Art with Colonial Design.
Bring you camera if you stay here, it’s one of those Instagram-worthy places, there is attention to details in every corner of this delightful hotel…
The boutique hotel offers 12 comfortable rooms with balconies, spread over 5 floors. Each room is unique with its own theme design, tastefully furnished with a traditional
Thai ceiling. There is no elevator in the building, but the bellboy will be happy to help with the luggage.
White Ivory Bed & Breakfast – Instagram-worthy in every corner
White Ivory Bed & Breakfast is situated in a residential neighborhood, with loads of inexpensive and authentic streetfood nearby. The train station BTS Krung Thon Buri is
only 300 meters away and can be reached within 5 minutes of walking. From there you have easy access to Bangkok’s major sights.
How much? Private room from $41/night. You can book a room at White
Ivory Bed & Breakfast on Agoda.
Can you imagine to sleep in shipping containers? Then you must check out the WH Hostel, WH is short for Wanderer Hub and offers some of the most unique and colorful accommodation
in entire Thailand!
The charming hostel offers different room types inside multicolored containers, from dorms to private rooms. If you decide to skip sightseeing and just relax for a day, you will find plenty of
space to hangout, cozy chillout areas with pillows and bean bags will make you feel like you’re in someone elses living room.
The WH Hostel – Sleeping in cozy, multicolored shipping containers
The WH hostel is conveniently located in Sukhumvit, walking distance to the BTS stations Nana and Phloen Chit. It’s one of the most happening areas in Bangkok,
perfect for shopping, nightlife (on Sukhumvit 11) and getting around to explore nearby attractions.
How much? Private room from $23/night. You can book a room at WH Hostel on
If you value comfort and love contemporary design, you will surely become a fan of this place! Baan Kachitpan is a stunningly beautiful house that was built in 1939. The elegant Thai
heritage decor will make you feel like a time traveler, going back in time…
The boutique hotel offers 10 different room types, from single to triple room, all thoughtfully furnished with luxury amenties, style and comfort. Every room comes with daily
housekeeping, a delicious breakfast and free WiFi.
Baan Kachitpan – Thai Heritage blends with Oriental Charm
Baan Kachitpan is perfectly located in a quiet lane in Bangkok’s old town, not too far away from Khao San Road, the popular backpacker area in town. If you decide to stay in, have a chat
with the staff, the owner is very welcoming and will happily share a few stories with you about the history of the house.
How much? Single room from $23/night, double room from $42/night include breakfast. You can book a room at Baan
Kachitpan on Agoda.
This post was written in collaboration with Agoda.com. All images were provided by
Agoda as well.
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