New Hotels in Bangkok

New projects are constantly being added to the Bangkok skyline, so much so that there is a glut in the market. Bad news for hoteliers- who still can't seem to help themselves- but great news for hotel guests as there is practically a ceiling on hotels prices.

Unless you move to the real upper levels of service, it is hard to find a 5 star hotel in Bangkok for more than USD200 a night. For people that love hotels and luxury, Bangkok is a world of opportunity.

Amara Bangkok Hotel

Amara Bangkok Hotel

Situated in one of the most historical districts named Bankrak, an exciting and vibrant areas of Bangkok, the 250 room Amara Bangkok is perfectly sited to experience all that this chaotic city has to offer.  With an opening special promotional rate of just THB2558 it will be hard to finder a better choice for your […]

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Well Hotels & Resorts set to debut in Bangkok, Q4 2015

Well Hotel Bangkok

Aimed at the discerning millennial traveler or young families, this new addition to the buzzing Bangkok scene is set to attract those who definitely wish for streamlined accommodation that allows them to stay “connected” at all times of the day or night.  With so many more hotels targeting this demographic, which is seen to be […]

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U Sathorn Bangkok brings an urban oasis to downtown Bangkok

U Sathorn Bangkok exterior

Situated in the middle of Bangkok’s shopping and business district, U Sathorn Bangkok is only 45 minutes from the Suvarnabhumi International Airport.  The hotel is a hop skip and a jump to Lumpini Park with a complimentary shuttle to the Lumpini Station for guests’ convenience.

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Hotel Indigo Bangkok

Hotel Indigo Bangkok lobby

Situated in the heart of the thriving metropolis or the den of inequity some may think of Bangkok, Hotel Indigo adds another layer within the meaning of traditional Thai meeting the funky modern style of the West.

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First look at Hyatt Regency Bangkok Sukhumvit

Hyatt Regency Bangkok Sukhumvit

Grande Asset Projects, who have entered into a management deal with Hyatt to manage the Hyatt Regency Bangkok Sukhumvit have released a concept image of what the property will look like. The property which was announced in 2012 and is expected to open in 2017 and will be the third Hyatt in Bangkok after the […]

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Farewell Four Seasons Bangkok

In March 2015, the iconic Four Seasons Bangkok will come under the flagship of Anantara, being rebranded as the Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel & Spa and is being touted as the flagship hotel of this prestigious group.

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Hotel Icon Bangkok

Opened in May 2014, another boutique offering for the tourists or business traveler in Bangkok, Hotel Icon promises an “iconic experience”.  Shiny and new with a sleek modern fit out, the price bracket is similar to that of the Ibis range of hotels but with a more individual approach. Well positioned, the hotel is in […]

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Controversial Chu Chaiburi Sri Amphawa taking shape

In Amphawa, not only are the fireflies falling prey to the tourist dollar as the motorized boats with their human cargo pollute the air; it is also the passing of an age old tightly knit canal village of Thai traditional way of life. Surrounded by controversy, because of its size and European architectural design, the […]

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