Sukhumvit is one of Bangkok’s fanciest areas, with many awesome bars, clubs, and restaurants; it’s also the longest road in Thailand. With accommodations to suit different budgets and requirements, here are some of Sukhumvit’s top hotels and hostels.
The five-star Sivatel Bangkok is a beautiful Sukhumvit hotel close to the thriving Pratunam Market, the largest clothes market in Bangkok. Equally perfect for business travellers, couples, and families, the high-class hotel boasts a modern fitness centre, a luxury spa, a gorgeous infinity-edge swimming pool, and a business centre. Feeling hungry? Head to one of the onsite restaurants or order from the room service menu. There’s a range of rooms and suites, all with a private bathroom, minibar, and TV.
About the place:Boutique, City, Stylish, Family Friendly, Business
A mid-range hotel in Sukhumvit, Bangkok, CNC Heritage effortlessly blends traditional Thai touches with modern amenities and comforts. The spacious suites are available with one, two, or three bedrooms, making them ideal for families and groups of friends. Each beautiful suite has a private bathroom and a kitchenette, complete with a full-sized fridge-freezer, a four-ring stove, a microwave, and an assortment of crockery, cutlery, cookware, and appliances. A TV and Wi-Fi keeps you occupied during your downtime, and you can also make full use of the onsite gym and pool. It’s a real home from home in Sukhumvit.
About the place:City, Self-Catered, Family Friendly
A great Sukhumvit hostel for budget travellers, Backpack Station offers a choice of female-only and mixed dormitories, private rooms for two with either a private bathroom or shared facilities, and private rooms for four. A free breakfast is included each morning. Wi-Fi is also free. There’s a comfy common room with a TV, great for chilling out and meeting other travellers. Other perks include laundry facilities, luggage storage, and daily housekeeping services.
About the place:Budget, City
Previously named At Home Place, Nandha Hotel is a charming family-run boutique hotel. A terrific Sukhumvit hotel for keen cyclists, the hotel has a quirky bicycle-themed design and there are bikes available to rent. The vintage decor also displays the family’s love for photography. There are varied rooms, each with a private bathroom. TV, and safe. There’s an onsite cafe for a quick drink or bite to eat and a cosy lounge area with many quirky decorative features.
About the place:Casual, City, Boutique
The international Marriott chain is often associated with luxury, style, and high quality, and the Bangkok Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit is no exception. Located in Thonglor, it is close to many of the area’s best bars and restaurants. The onsite amenities and facilities make for a comfortable and relaxing stay in the heart of Bangkok, with a high-class spa, a beautiful swimming pool, a sauna, a games room, and a modern fitness centre. The rooftop bar provides incredible views of the skyline and there;s a choice between the traditional Thai restaurant and a steakhouse if you get hungry.
About the place:City, Stylish, Family Friendly, Business, Fine Dining
A modern and stylish Sukhumvit hotel, the large U Sukhumvit Bangkok has an enticing outdoor pool, complete with a pool bar, a restaurant, a fitness centre, and a business centre. Start your day full of energy with the included buffet breakfast and sleep well in comfortable rooms. There are several room types to choose from, and the connecting rooms are great for families and friends. All rooms have a private bathroom, as well as a TV, phone, and mini fridge. Bottled drinking water is provided daily and Wi-Fi is free.
About the place:City, Modern
Thonglor Travellers Hostel & Cafe is right at the lively heart of Sukhumvit, close to Thonglor BTS station and surrounded by cool restaurants and bars. There’s an onsite cafe if you just want to take it easy, and guests can also relax in the funky common room, which comes complete with a book exchange, computer, and quirky artwork. Safe and secure, access is by key card and the hostel has CCTV. There are private rooms as well as dormitories. Freebies include breakfast, Wi-Fi, city maps, toiletries, and use of security lockers.
About the place:Budget, City
The luxurious five-star Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit is located almost halfway between Nana and Asoke BTS stations and within easy reach of many malls and top shopping spots. Sleep well in elegant sound-proofed rooms, complete with beautiful private bathrooms, premium bedding, a TV, and a minibar. Dine on delicious French cuisine in the onsite restaurant. Take a dip in the pool and enjoy a range of treatments in the spa. Get active in the gym, admire the works in the art gallery, catch up with work in the business centre, and soak up the vistas from the floor-to-ceiling windows.
About the place:City, Stylish, Modern, Romantic, Fine Dining
Housed within a chic European-style building, Cabochon Hotel & Residence oozes sophistication. Although the hotel only dates back to 2012, the appearance and atmosphere is that of another time and place entirely. Reflecting the owner’s love for colonial architecture from around Indochina, vintage pieces, and splendour from an age now passed, the boutique hotel is filled with aesthetic delights. It has a lovely rooftop pool, a library bar, and a Thai restaurant. Rooms are charming, all with private bathrooms and cable TV, and a free breakfast is included each morning.
About the place:Boutique, Stylish, Romantic, City
A favourite Sukhumvit hostel for backpackers, Homie Hostel & Cafe is laid back, sociable, and comfortable. The six- and eight-bed dorms have pod-style beds with curtains for privacy and lockers for peace of mind. There are also private rooms for two and four. Catch up with your laundry, make new friends in the common room, organise a range of trips to help you make the most of your stay in Bangkok, and grab a tasty bite to eat from the cafe.