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Bangkok
24 Jun — 25 Jun2
Bangkok
Fri 24/6
Sat 25/6

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Low season

August

High season

March

Average price (weeknight)

C$ 94

Average price (weekend night)

C$ 52
Cheapest month to stay with an average 46% drop in price.
Most expensive month to stay with an average 233% rise in price.
Average Sun. - Thu. price over the last 2 weeks.
Average Fri. & Sat. price over the last 2 weeks.

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Top tips for finding Bangkok hotel deals

  • If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Bangkok, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper accommodations in Bangkok in August and June.
  • Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Bangkok if you stay on a Wednesday. The opposite is true for, Saturday, which is usually the most expensive day.
  • Book at least 90 days before your stay begins to get the best price for your Bangkok accommodation.
  • The cheapest 3-star hotel room in Bangkok found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks was C$ 18, while the most expensive was C$ 82.
  • How long should you stay? KAYAK users usually book their accommodation in Bangkok for 4 days.
  • As with any metropolis, Bangkok attracts thousands of visitors every year with its floating markets, porcelain palaces, food and culture. Three-star to 5-star hotels in Bangkok promise tourists a comfortable, if not highly luxurious yet affordable, stay in the city. Some good options are Tanawadee Mansion, 48 Metro Hotel Bangkok, or Bangkok 68.
  • If your primary interest is shopping, you should consider staying in Siam, the shopping center of Bangkok. Booking a hotel in this district, like the The Sukhothai Bangkok or the Anantara Siam Bangkok, will put you near the most famous shopping malls in the city.
  • In Sukhumvit you'll find a little bit of everything, from bars and malls to cafes, day spas and several red-light districts. Staying anywhere along this lengthy street, like in Grande Centre Point Sukhumvit 55 or Adagio Bangkok, puts you in close proximity to the Skytrain, making it feasible for you to explore all of Bangkok.
  • In Khao San Road, you'll find everything from street peddlers to tattoo parlors, and cafes to boutiques. This street is known for its laid-back atmosphere during the day and its festive spirit at night. Typically popular among young backpackers, you'll find many budget-friendly hotels and guesthouses to choose from here, such as the Laksameenarai Guesthouse or the Suneta Hostel Khaosan.
  • When you visit Bangkok, you'll likely fly into Suvarnabhumi Airport, Thailand's largest international airport. There are various transportation options from Suvarnabhumi Airport to the city center, but if you prefer to stay close to the airport, a good choice might be the Miracle Transit Hotel, located 10 minutes from the airport, or the Novotel Hotel Suvarnabhumi Airport, located one mile from the airport.

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