Free guideline to top 20 Bangkok Best Boutique Hotels!

top 20 Bangkok Best Boutique Hotels

Are you planning to visit Bangkok ? Make your experience in Bangkok more fun and unique by staying at one of these luxurious boutique hotels and resorts. ?? Here is your best guideline to top 20 luxurious boutique hotels and resorts in Bangkok

Enjoy browsing through our hand-picked accommodation in various locations?, from Bangkok’s city center to the Old Town area, and the quiet riverside enclave with stunning views ??


1) Arun Residence

Arun Residence Hotel

 Recommended Room: Suite
? Location: Bangkok’s Old City, riverside
? Price starts from 3,500 THB/night
? Closest skytrain or subway station: Sanam Chai MRT subway station

Located along the river, Arun Residence offers comfortable rooms with simple Thai-style decorations. Arun Suite, Ratchapruek Suite, and Jasmine Suite offer private balconies of river and Wat Arun views, double beds, and private living rooms. You can relax while facing the spectacular view of the Temple of Dawn and Chao Praya River.

The famous Grand Palace is located within 1.5 km from Arun Residence. Wat Arun or Temple of Dawn is just 500 metre from the property. The Deck Restaurant offers river views and serves Italian, Thai and French cuisines.


2) Siam @ Siam Bangkok

 Recommended Room: Grand Deluxe Room
? Location: Siam, city center
? Price starts from 2,800 THB/night
? Closest skytrain or subway station: National Stadium BTS skytrain station

Siam @ Siam is non-smoking hotel featuring stylish funky décor and an infinity pool that overlooks the cityscape. The air-conditioned rooms come with dramatic designs. Each room is fitted with a minibar, an electric kettle and a TV with international channels.

Set on the hotel’s upper floors, each of the Grand Deluxe Room looks out to National Stadium and the stunning skyline beyond. The scenery out your window is matched by funky décor, inspired by astrological signs, and chic amenities from Malin Goetz.

Siam @ Siam Design Hotel Bangkok is 7-minute walk from MBK Shopping Mall and a 5-minute walk from Jim Thompson House. Various shopping venues, including Siam Paragon and The Em District, are a short skytrain ride away.

3) W Hotel Bangkok

W Hotel

 Recommended Room: Wow Suite
? Location: Sathorn, city center
? Price starts from 4,000 THB/night
? Closest skytrain or subway station: Chong Nonsi BTS skytrain station

Located in North Sathorn road, W Bangkok is a stylish icon of Asian chic. There are 403 spacious guest rooms and suites amid inspiring designs and custom furnishing. The design is exotic with mystical elements, and up-and-coming artists in an innovative spectrum where fashion meets culture. Welcome to the new playground of jet setters and fashionistas.

In a Wow Suite, you can enjoy panoramic city and river vistas, rivaled only by the suite’s avant-garde décor. Its black marble floor and signature spectrum of black, white, chocolate and purple hues sets a glamorous tone that resonates throughout the suite, starting in the living room.

A 3-minute walk from Chong Nonsi BTS Skytrain Station, W Bangkok Hotel offers a luxury accommodation with modern amenities and free Wi-Fi in the public areas. It boasts an outdoor pool, fitness centre and an on-site restaurant.

4) Ariyasom Villa

Ariyasom Villa

 Recommended Room: Executive Suite
? Location: Sukhumvit, city center
? Price starts from 7,035 THB/night
? Closest skytrain or subway station: Ploen Chit BTS skytrain Station

Ariyasom Villa is a peaceful garden oasis superbly located at the start of Sukhumvit Road. With 1940s heritage Thai decor, the hotel has a cosy outdoor pool, an organic restaurant and a spa.

The family-owned boutique hotel offers 24 guest rooms. The stylish rooms have high ceilings and large windows opening out to landscaped gardens. The rooms are spacious and decorated in warm colours. Thier Na Aroon restaurant serves vegetarian and seafood. You must try their fresh, tasty, and healthy Thai Cuisine. The hotel is located next to Bumrungrad Hospital. A short skytrain ride takes you to Central World and Siam Paragon shopping malls.

5) Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort

 Recommended Room: Anantara Riverfront Suite
? Location: Thonburi, riverside
? Price starts from 4,900 THB/night

Set on the banks of the grand Chao Phraya River, Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort is a thriving oasis offering a unique way to experience the City of Angels. Majestic palms swaying in the breeze. Spa treatments hidden within lush tropical gardens. Luxurious suites lit by the twinkle of the city skyline. Delectable meals fusing tastes from around the globe. The resort boasts a large outdoor pool with spa jets and spacious Thai-style rooms. Spread across three low-rise buildings, our guest rooms and suites reflect simple yet elegant contemporary Thai style.

With a wrap-around balcony providing a sweeping panorama of lush gardens, the Chao Phraya, and sparkling cityscape beyond, Anantara Riverfront Suites present some of the most enchanting views Bangkok has to offer. Indulge in true Anantara luxury with generous dining and living spaces. Boasting 10 dining options, highlights include hearty buffet breakfasts at The Market and seafood barbecues by the riverfront at Riverside Terrace.

6) Mandarin Oriental Bangkok

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok

 Recommended Room: Deluxe Premier Room
? Location: Bangrak/Silom, riverside
? Price starts from 16,500 THB/night
? Closest skytrain or subway station: Saphan Taksin BTS skytrain station

The legendary luxurious five-star hotel sits on a quiet bank of Chao Phraya river and offers incomparable panoramic river views. It is set in a heritage building aging over 140 years. The decoration is timeless yet contemporary, classic yet cutting-edge. Large rooms are decorated in teak wood and nature-inspired furnishings, with Thai touches like Thai silk. Their elegant bedrooms offer floor-to-ceiling windows.

The famous Le Normandie restaurant offers fine French dining, while The China House offers authentic Cantonese cuisine in a stylish setting. International lunch buffet and fresh seafood can be enjoyed at Lord Jim’s.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok provides a free shuttle boat to Saphan Taksin BTS skytrain station, River City Shopping Complex and Sala Rim Naam Restaurant. It is about 3.5 km from Chinatown and the Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun).

7) Chakrabongse Villas

Chakrabongse Villas

 Recommended Room: Pool View Suite
? Location: Bangkok’s Old City, riverside
? Price starts from 6,700 THB/night
? Closest skytrain or subway station: Sanam Chai MRT subway station

Nestled in the heart of historic Bangkok, on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, Chakrabongse Villas & Residences invites discerning travellers to experience the serene and privileged lifestyle of a bygone era. Four individual suites with all modern facilities are set in a lush garden with a spacious swimming pool. Chakrabongse Villas offers stunning views of Wat Arun from luxurious Thai-style suites. The spacious suites feature Oriental interiors with fine wood furnishings.

The Chinese Suite (Pool View Suite) is a distinctive two-story residence discretely located in the gardens overlooking the swimming pool. It features two en-suite bedrooms, an airy glass-walled living room and two outdoor terraces. In homage to nearby Chinatown, the décor combines authentic Chinese artifacts with contemporary artwork and original design features like the spiral staircase leading to the second-floor bedroom.

The Riverside Sala Dining Room, serving Thai cuisine, features an outdoor dining pavilion with lovely views of the Chao Phraya River. The property is a 15-minute walk from the Royal Palace and Temple of the Reclining Buddha.

8) Loy La Long

Loy La Long

 Recommended Room: The Blue Room
? Location: Chinatown, Bangkok’s Old City
? Price starts from 2,700 THB/night
? Closest skytrain or subway station: Hua Lamphong MRT subway station

Loy La Long is a cozy and arty 2-storey wooden house right on the Chao Phraya river. It’s on a temple’s ground and you need to access it via the temple complex’s entrance (which is really cool.) The 30 year-old house is pretty with small lush gardens. Since it offers only 7 guest rooms, you can’t feel more like staying in a home of a friend. The verandas on both floors look out at the river. You can’t find a more perfect place to relax, watch boats and clumps of water hyacinth going by, and sunsets. The rooms have different themed colors. All are stylishly decorated.

Our Favorite Rooms: The Blue Room on the second floor has large window panes on two sides, proving a wide angle view of the river. You also got a private balcony. It’s smaller than the Green Room on the 1st floor which is more romantic and got a retro-style bathtub in the lotus-pond themed bathroom. The Green Room doesn’t have a private balcony but you can hang out on the public veranda. Better for socializing any way.

9) Bangkok Tree House

Bangkok Tree House

 Recommended Room: View with a Room
? Location: Bang Krachao, suburb
? Price starts from 3,600 THB/night

Tucked away in the very green neighborhood of Bangkok nicknamed the City’s Lung, Bangkok Tree House is a truly green hotel. The hotel is pretty much built with wood and bamboos. There is plenty of glass to let natural lights in. Since it employs the green policy, there are a few things you might want to cross check if you’re right for it. For example, it’s smoking free. The hotel has only 4 permanent rooms, one of which you sleep outdoor and under the sky. The solar kitchen cooks organic home-grown ingredients and practices no-waste policies. Moreover, all laundry are sun dried. It is also dog-friendly, so good news for people who bring pets on holiday.

“View with a Room” is a bamboo and wooden platformed perched 7 meters high and overlooking tops of palm trees. Here, you sleep under a starry sky and are protected by a mosquito net. Coming with the room is 24/7 free homemade fruit ice cream!

The hotel overlooks palm trees and dense vegetation in Bang Krachao district in the southern part of Bangkok. It’s known as a quiet and the most green neighborhood in the city, and is a popular bicycle destination for Bangkok weekenders. The only way to get to the hotel is by foot, bike or boat across Chao Phraya River. It’s a truly a secret hideaway!

10) Riva Arun Bangkok

Riva Arun Bangkok

 Recommended Room: Deluxe Room
? Location: Ba10ngkok’s Old City, riverside
? Price starts from 4,500 THB/night
? Closest skytrain or subway station: Sanam Chai MRT subway station

Perfectly set across the Chao Phraya river with stunning views of Wat Arun, Riva Arun offers stylish rooms equipped with a wide range of facilities. Rooms are decorated in white and green tone to feel light and breezy. All rooms offer comfortable bed options and an air conditioning. You can enjoy fresh air from the balcony. Stay in a Deluxe Room which offers a river view.

Delectable food is served in charming atmosphere at the on site open-air restaurant adjacent to the river. Tha Tien Pier is reachable within a few minutes walk, Museum of Siam is a 5-minute walk away.

11) Siamotif Bangkok

Siamotif Bangkok

 Recommended Room: Celadon
? Location: Bangkok Noi, suburb
? Price starts from 2,800 THB/night

Siamotif Boutique Hotel offers uniquely-designed accommodation along the Bangkok Noi Canal, a quiet residential community in Bangkok’s Old City , about 2.7 km from the vibrant Khao San Road. This non-smoking hotel offers river or city views. All rooms in this traditional Thai wooden house feature interior inspired by traditional Thai and Chinese art.

Celadon comes in aquamarine color wall decorated with distinctive and eclectic ceramics from Benjarong concept and the psychedelic lamp offering unique visual experience. Exclusively, the room comes with a loft that offers guest to access to the private balcony on the roof top where guest can enjoy the magnificent view of the Bangkoknoi canal, a part of Chao Phraya River, and lively lifestyle of Thai people along the river.

Guests can sample a range of delectable cuisines at the in-house restaurant. Alternatively, local dining outlets are available within a 5-minutes walk away.

12) The Sukhothai Bangkok

The Sukhothai Bangkok

 Recommended Room: Club Balcony Room
? Location: Sathorn, city center
? Price starts from 5,000 THB/night
? Closest skytrain or subway station: Lumphini MRT skytrain station

A tranquil garden paradise in central Bangkok, the luxurious Sukhothai Bangkok offers extra spacious rooms featuring teakwood furnishing and Thai silks. The immaculate grounds and interiors of the Sukhothai Bangkok are designed to offer a modern, contemporary look while still incorporating the magnificent textures, colours, and scents for which Thailand is famous. From polished teak, rich silk, aged stonework, and the vivid and lush gardens, you are surrounded by accents of ancient Thailand.

The guest rooms offer every modern luxury that can be imagined. Nespresso machines, large flat-screen high-definition TVs, a Harmon-Kardon audio system and Bottega Veneta luxury bath amenities are just some of the delights that await you when you book a stay at the Sukhothai Bangkok.

With seven bars and dining establishments to choose from, the Sukhothai Bangkok offers a range of exquisite dining rooms and cuisines from around the world.

13) The Siam

The Siam

 Recommended Room: Mae Nam Suite
? Location: Bangkok’s Old City, riverside
? Price starts from 22,000 THB/night

The Siam features luxury accommodation with modern facilities. Designed by internationally acclaimed architect Bill Bensley, it boasts an outdoor pool and on-site parking facilities. The villas and the suite are tastefully decorated and equipped with air conditioning, a TV and a minibar. Mae Nam Suites feature extra space. The suites are light and airy with soaring ceilings and full length windows. Each 90-square-metre suite is individually decorated, complementing the gorgeous style and ambiance that is so celebrated throughout the hotel’s public areas.

Set within a cluster of three Thai teak wood houses, Chon Thai Restaurant offers delicious Thai cuisine. Other dining options include Deco Bar & Bistro. Inspired by the jazzy ambiance combined with black and white interiors, it serves international cuisines, as well as cocktails and a great selection of wine.

14) Como Metropolitan Bangkok

Como Metropolitan Bangkok

 Recommended Room: Terrace Room
? Location: Sathorn, city center
? Price starts from 4,900 THB/night
? Closest skytrain or subway station: Lumphini MRT subway station

COMO Metropolitan Bangkok combines sleek, urban style with a contemporary Asian aesthetic. Interiors by Singaporean designer Kathryn Kng combine influences from East and West, creating an air of calm and relaxation in each of the 169 generously-sized rooms. Warm Thai Makha wood and oxidised-brass panelling is lit up by the natural light that floods each space. Unique artwork by painter Natee Utarit lends individuality to every space, while COMO Shambhala amenities feature large in each mosaic-tile and limestone bathroom

A Terrace Room feature an outdoor terrace. Each of these rooms have a landscaped private patio replete with a refreshing outdoor rain shower.

Among its 3 dining options is Nahm Thai Restaurant, awarded with one Michelin Star in the first edition of Michelin Guide Bangkok 2018 and 2019, voted number one Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants and number 13 in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants by San Pellegrino and Acqua Panna. Guests can use a free scheduled shuttle service to Sathorn Road and Saladaeng BTS Skytrain Station on Silom Road.

15) Maduzi Hotel Bangkok

Maduzi Hotel Bangkok

 Recommended Room: Maduzi Corner Suite
? Location: Sukhumvit, city center
? Price starts from 4,000 THB/night
? Closest skytrain or subway station: Asok BTS skytrain station

Maduzi is one of the best boutique hotels in Bangkok. The 40 rooms that embellish the hotel are spread over its seven floors. This boutique hotel offers spacious rooms featuring posture pedic mattresses and views of the city. Maduzi Corner Suite is 63 sq. meter room with a city view, fitted with an extra large bathroom, 240cm wide super king size bed, walk-in wardrobe, and infinity spa jacuzzi.
The hotel is 1 km from Queen Sirikit Convention Centre and Bangkok’s main business and shopping district. Maduzi Hotel’s restaurant serves French cuisine from the Provence region. At sunset, the private bar serves a collection of finely selected wines, champagnes, whiskeys and cocktails.

16) Cabochon Hotel & Residence

Cabochon Hotel & Residence

 Recommended Room: Cabinet of Curiosities
? Location: Sukhumvit, city center
? Price starts from 7,200 THB/night
? Closest skytrain or subway station: Phrom Phong BTS skytrain station

Cabochon Hotel & Residence offers luxurious colonial-style rooms, classically furnished with vintage-style décor. All of the sumptuous studios and suites are elegantly appointed to create a tranquil space in keeping with The Cabochon’s commitment to gracious, relaxed living. Guests can cool off in the rooftop pool, sip on a drink at the lounge or experience a gourmet cuisine at the on-site restaurant.

The Cabinet of Curiosities offers a beacon of inspiration in the heart of bustling Bangkok. From its living room with antique leather couch, travel trunks for coffee tables, and cabinets chock full of old-time collectibles, to the art-de-vivre working room, where Eugene spent most of his time creating exquisite designs for interiors around the globe. French doors open to a large garden-clad balcony, perfect for a morning coffee or a sip of tea in the late afternoon. Come nightfall, there a few better places to reflect on the day than in the bathroom’s classic copper bathtub with a glass of good wine, before you slip into a restful sleep on soft cotton sheets.

The fashionable, award winning Thai Lao Yeh Restaurant attracts diners from across the capital to relish the delectable ethnic dishes. Serving classic Thai cuisine and a selection of the less well-known Isan and regional Thai and Laotian food the menu features original recipes full of integrity that combine the very best of these local Thai cuisines.

The property is a 5-minute drive from Emporium Shopping Centre and Benjasiri Park. It is a 7-minute drive to the popular nightlife options in Thong Lor.

17) Praya Palazzo

Praya Palazzo

 Recommended Room: Junior Suite With Daily River Pass
? Location: Thonburi, riverside
? Price starts from 2,700 THB/night

Praya Palazzo is an elegant villa by the Chao Phraya River, a graceful oasis in the middle of busy Bangkok City. The interior is inspired by traditional Italian art and architecture. The 15 rooms at Praya Palazzo open up to a haven of relaxation, with present-day comforts making you feel right at home combined with classic décor from the Siam period to make you feel like you have stepped back in time. The combination of the chocolate-colored wooden floors & furniture with the solid tones of the interior walls creates a warm and soothing atmosphere in which you can relax away from the hustle and bustle of Bangkok.

Praya Palazzo is accessible from Rajathiwas Temple Pier and Phra Athit Pier. Nearby attractions include Khaosan Road and The Grand Palace.

18) Riva Surya Bangkok

Riva Surya Bangkok

 Recommended Room: Premium Room
? Location: Bangkok’s Old City, riverside
? Price starts from 4,500 THB/night

Located on the charming Phra Arthit Road near the famous Khao San backpacker district, Riva Surya Bangkok offers stylish air-conditioned rooms tastefully furnished with contemporary décor. Stay at a Superior King Room which offers a river view.

You can also enjoy the stunning views of the river from the restaurant on site. With indoor and outdoor dining options, the babble & rum Restaurant daily serves diverse and delectable authentic Thai, Asian and European cuisines. With sweeping views of the Chao Phraya River, The Garden and Mezzanine Bar offer a wide range of wine and cocktails.

19) Sala Rattanakosin

Sala Rattanakosin

 Recommended Room: Wat Arun Riverview Suite
? Location: Bangkok’s Old City, riverside
? Price starts from 4,800 THB/night
? Closest skytrain or subway station: Sanam Chai MRT subway station

Located along the eastern bank of Chao Phraya River, Sala Rattanakosin Bangkok features comfortable rooms with modern interiors and en suite bathrooms. The main reason to stay here is that you can view Wat Arun Temple all day all night. This is absolutely hotel with the very view.

The spacious, luxurious Wat Arun Riverview Suite is a riverfront suite located on the 4th floor and comprised of a king size bed and open lounge area with sofa and oversized daybed overlooking the temple of the dawn (Wat Arun) and the Chao Phraya River.Sala rattanakosin Bangkok boutique hotel also features a rooftop bar and terrace and provides an idyllic riverfront setting to relax with a cold beverage at the end of a wonderful sightseeing day. The restaurant serves a variety of international dishes and a diverse selection of traditional Thai cuisine.

20) Shanghai Mansion

Shanghai Mansion

 Recommended Room: Mei Hua Superior Room
? Location: Chinatown, Bangkok’s Old City
? Price starts from 3,500 THB/night
? Closest skytrain or subway station: Hua Lamphong MRT skytrain station

The hotel that its name gives away its location. Yet, you don’t expect to find Shanghai Mansion in the bustling and gritty neighborhood of Chinatown. Walking past the glass door, you leave the hectic Bangkok behind and enter the world of tranquil, romantic, and sensual Shanghai’s 30s era set in a retrofitted 70-year-old building. In colorful rooms with atmospheric lanterns among other Chinese decors, it’s easy to feel like a Chinese emperor/press on a summer palace holiday. Another point we love about this hotel is extensive freebies like welcome drinks, minibar items, scheduled tuk tuk service to major attractions, and wi-fi. The quality Red Rose restaurant and a stylish lounge for drinks and jazz are on-site.

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