Enjoy intimate and unique experiences at these boutique properties
The offer a free cell phone with maps and data for use during your stay which is very handy for touring around the city.
Very small property. Very good staff. Walking distance to several restaurants and a small mall is close by. Large rooms.
The location is excellent. Steps away from BTS and one stop from Siam. Checkin staff and concierge were also great. However, staff at breakfast can improve their service.
Very nice experience, and place close to most shopping locations.
All is okay and clear staff Are helpful nice Good location had also tuk tuk pick you at the main street
This is my 3rd time in this hotel in the past 10 years. The decor remain charming, and it is very well maintained. The suite (206) is large, clean and beautifully decorated. The bar "Red Rose" is excellent. The only issue I have is mosquitoes, and there are quite a lot of them in my room and I was ...
The staff were fantastic and although I am a true carnivore the food in the vegetarian and seafood restaurant was first class the breakfast was exceptional
It was a great stay!! They were remodeling so there was a couple nights that smelt like paint really strong but overall everyone was soooo nice and they are so accommodating ! Great place to stay! Loved it
We really enjoyed our stay at Arun Residence. The staff were very friendly and the room was spacious and comfortable. We had a wonderful view across to Wat Arun. The bar has great views and is a good spot for a drink before heading out to eat nearby or get a tuk tuk to Chinatown or other ...
There are over forty boutique hotels sprawled out across Bangkok and more are opening at a rapid rate. Visitors will be impressed by the stylishness, themed rooms and modern designs that are on offer in these establishments. Remember, however, that some though styled boutique, are actually quite large establishments so if you want a smaller more intimate hotel, check the number of rooms on offer.
All the boutique hotels offer airport shuttles and shuttles to the nearest transportation system. Wi-fi is offered in every room (not necessarily for free) and elegant swimming pools can be expected in almost all of them. If you are in need of some exercise, most hotels offer fitness rooms as well.
The rooms are usually spacious and have themed décor, like the three-star Playhouse Thonglor, with its New York Broadway decorations. Flat screen TVs, mini-bars, and seating areas often accompany the rooms. The en-suite bathrooms usually have a bathtub and free toiletries. These hotels often boast 24-hour front desk service, restaurants, and coffee shops.
The Luxx XL and Lux Hotel offer teak wood bath tubs along with wooden floors to give a trendy modern feel. They are situated near Lumphini Park and Silom Road, making them easily accessible by BTS. The teakwood and Thai designs give an authentic feel to your Thai holiday.
Most boutique hotels in Bangkok are situated near Sukhumvit Road so you can quickly access the thousands of shops spread amongst many giant shopping malls. Everything from high-end jewellery to cheaply made handicrafts can be found in the malls. When you are finished shopping, you know that you’ll have a tranquil refuge to stylishly relax in.
Hotel Muse is a five-star boutique hotel situated near the Chidlom BTS station on Sukhumvit Road. There is a travelling décor theme throughout the hotel, with vintage suitcases incorporated into the rooms and original maps decorating the walls. In-room massage service is available and the ‘secret’ rooftop is a great vantage point from which to view the city.
The five-star Sukhothai Hotel in Sathorn offers rooms inspired by the ruins of the old capital city. This hotel has courtyards with floating Buddha statues to set the Thai scene. A ground floor bar opens on to a terrace that is perfect for evening drinks.
All the boutique hotels in Bangkok offer a unique and individual experience that may not be available at chain hotels.