The 10 Best Hotels of Sukhumvit Road in Bangkok, Thailand



Sukhumvit Road is perhaps Bangkok's most well known street and "district" as far as tourism goes. Here you can find hundreds of restaurants, fancy clubs, and bars of all kind, and with the skytrain and subway stations close at hand, Sukhumvit is one of the most convenient places to stay in town and a place where most visitors will end up spending multiple nights. There are plenty of excellent options when it comes to accommodations in this part of Bangkok. If you like swank boutique lodging, both the elegant Sofitel and chic S31 are great choices. For afficionados of the colonial past, try the architecturally wonderful Cabochon, which recreates the roaring 20's in Shanghai and has only 8 antique filled boutique rooms. Spots like the Davis and Sheraton Grande are known for their luxury and style, and are also in great neighborhoods for finding food, shopping, and places to drink. The old standbys like the JW Marriott Westin Grande, and Grand Millennium Sukhumvit are no slouches either, providing comfortable rooms, top notch service, and all amenities at a decent price. Newer properties include the snazzy new Marriott Bangkok Sukhumvit with its 360 degree panorama rooftop bar, right in the heart of trendy foodie and bar lovers' Thong Lor. You will not be short of potential places to rest your head after busy Sukhumvit days and nights with this handy guide!


With its glass facade and stylish atrium, the Grand Millennium Sukhumvit is one of the more elegant hotels in the area, and is an urban oasis, tucked in away from the city noise of outside, and yet just steps from the nearby subway and skytrain...  Read More


The Westin is as fancy as it gets on Sukhumvit with large deluxe rooms that come with Lavazza coffee makers and plenty of other creature comforts. The hotel even features a WestinWORKOUT Fitness Studio featuring latest exercise equipments with...  Read More




This tall and thin hotel is easy to miss from down at street level, but once inside, it offers some outstanding views of the Bangkok cityscape. The hotel is themed after world travel, with rooms, hallways, and facilities revolving around...  Read More


The Amari Boulevard has over 250 well appointed rooms, some of which have balconies looking out on the city. The Amari commands a great spot, just minutes from the Nana Skytrain Station, just across the street from Foodland Market, and around...  Read More


The JW Marriott has long been a mainstay for business travelers, but has plenty of extra touches to make all visitors happy they've made it their choice when staying on Sukhumvit. Besides a prime location near the Nana and Ploenchit BTS Skytrain...  Read More


Offering an array of modern amenities, the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit provides all facilities for business and leisure guests. Amenities and services include a restaurant, a bar, a café, a fitness center, a swimming pool, and a library. In...  Read More


This boutique luxury hotel with ultra modern design and a great location just near the heart of the bustling Phrom Pong shopping and restaurant area makes for an excellent accommodation choice. The S31 features 90 fashionable rooms with wall to...  Read More


From top to bottom, the Marriott Sukhumvit is a good family friendly choice. The hotel is located just steps from the BTS Skytrain, meaning instant access to everywhere in Bangkok. Back at the hotel, the views from the rooftop Octave are some of...  Read More


With its panoramic cityscape views from each room, this elegant Sofitel is an excellent choice. Sitting in a prime location in the heart of Sukhumvit, equidistant between the Nana and Asok Skytrain stations and close to pulsing nightlife,...  Read More


The Cabochon is located at the end of a quiet soi off of Sukhumvit Road, hidden away like a forgotten treasure. This small boutique gem has only four villas and four suites, with each one decked out with vintage writing desks, armchairs, and...  Read More


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Meet Dave Stamboulis

Dave Stamboulis is a travel writer/photographer based in Bangkok. Born in Athens, Greece and growing up in Berkeley, California, Dave first discovered Bangkok while on a 40,000-kilometer bicycle...  More About Dave

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