Top Hotels to Stay in around the National Stadium in Bangkok

The National Stadium area often gets overlooked as a place to stay as opposed to popular spots on Sukhumvit Road or along the Chao Phraya River. One might not have the river views here, but there are some great options in this neighbourhood, not to mention it being ultra convenient for transportation, as the BTS Skytrain stops right in front of most of the properties here. For sheer elegance and luxury, you can't beat the Siam Kempinski, both hotel and residences, which sit just behind the  Siam Paragon Shopping Mall and about a ten minute walk from the stadium. The recent LIT and Siam @ Siam Design are two cutting edge urban boutique hotels that sit just near the National Stadium and offer some really novel and artistically designed digs. Also in this neighbourhood, there is the fantastic budget option Lub d Hostel, right by the skytrain steps, and business choices like the Holiday Inn Express Siam and the Ibis Bangkok Siam, as well as the Mercure Bangkok Siam which can provide a good night's sleep at a fair price. For Bangkok's largest sports facilities along with great fine dining, the huge Pathumwan Princess connects right into the MBK shopping mall and National Stadium BTS station. Finally, for some quiet boutique style lodging, head a few blocks away to the VIE hotel, where a fashionable French restaurant, dapper Japanese sushi bar, and some elegantly designed rooms await at this MGallery Collection of hotels member. Despite being not as well known a neighbourhood, you won't run out of great stays around here. 



Where else in Bangkok can one have a direct entrance into the swimming pool from one's terrace? Only at the Siam Kempinski, located just steps from Bangkok's most fashionable mall, Siam Paragon and a short walk to National Stadium, yet a hidden...  Read More



The Novotel on Siam Square is one of the top properties in this area. Located in the heart of shopper's paradise Siam Square, just a short walk from the BTS Skytrain and the National Stadium, the Novotel has 423 comfortable rooms ranging from...  Read More



This member of the MGallery Collection is a chic designer hotel that hides off the radar in Bangkok. Located by the Ratchathewi BTS station and close to the National Stadium, it boasts 154 suave duplexes, rooms, and suites, all of which have...  Read More



Near National Stadium, this huge hotel is home to Bangkok's largest fitness center, free for guests to use. Occupying an entire rooftop, there is a huge swimming pool, tennis courts, and several enormous rooms featuring weight machines, cardio...  Read More



The Ibis Bangkok Siam is a good value for the money option if you want to stay near the National Stadium and Siam Square. The hotel has a perfect location, just steps from the National Stadium skytrain station, and is just down the street from...  Read More



This 4 star hotel sits just steps from the National Stadium Skytrain station and makes for great access into the heart of the city. The Mercure is a modern city hotel that features 189 contemporary rooms, ranging from Superior and Privilege...  Read More



Another great budget and business traveler option near National Stadium and Siam Square is the Holiday Inn Express. The 300 brand new rooms here come with hi speed WiFi, comfortable bedding, and multi-function massage shower heads to name but a...  Read More



Most visitors to Bangkok don't think that there is much to the west of National Stadium in terms of nice places to stay, but hidden away here just minutes from the skytrain is the beautiful LIT Bangkok, a classy luxury hotel with some unique...  Read More

Lub d Bangkok - Siam Square
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Just like their sister hostel over in Silom, the Siam Square Lub d also delivers on all fronts. Immaculately clean, English speaking staff, and just below the BTS Skytrain at National Stadium for easy public transport access. The hostel is not...  Read More



As their moniker says, "not just a hotel," and indeed, Siam@Siam prides itself on being different, as it adds bold and modern innovative design to first class amenities and emerges as one of Thailand's most hip stays, more akin to spending the...  Read More


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