€25 - €108
|CHEAPEST CITY IN THAILAND||Ao Nang||47% cheaper||Hotels in Ao Nang are the cheapest in Thailand at just €25 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN THAILAND||Koh Samui||57% more expensive||Koh Samui has the highest priced hotels in Thailand with rooms averaging €108 per night|
|MOST POPULAR CITY IN THAILAND||Bangkok||85% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Bangkok than any other city in Thailand|
If you’re looking for a hotel in Thailand near Patong Beach then you are in luck. momondo recommends 11 hotels near Patong Beach and on average, hotels in the area cost €34/night. This price may vary based on season. Hotels near Patong Beach are typically 2% less expensive than the average hotel in Thailand, which is €35.
|Low season||June||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||January||most expensive time to stay|
|32%||expected price decrease|
|30%||expected price increase|
€76 - €160
|Cheapest day of week||Wednesday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|Highest day of week||Saturday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|€480||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|€102||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
Lowest Hotel Price
Most Popular Hotel (5-star)
|Wyndham Sea Pearl Resort Phuket (SHA Plus+)|
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Consider booking Bangkok hotels in Thailand for a comfortable and convenient stay. The transport system in Thailand is dense, and you can get to almost any city by bus. Consequently, the bus is the most used means of transport, and Bangkok has a good bus network, with almost every city connected to Bangkok. In Bangkok, you’ll find a variety of buses, and the cheapest bus option will cost you about 7 Baht (less than 1 USD), with other buses not costing much more than that. Trains are the other popular mode of public transport in Thailand. They are the cheapest means of intercity transport, and there’s also a light rail system in Bangkok. The BTS SkyTrain and MRT Subway are good options for avoiding the jam-packed Thai capital, plus they are comfortable and air-conditioned. For single trips, there are no tickets; instead, you will purchase black coins from vending machines at the station. Some great Bangkok, Thailand, hotels include Shangri-La Bangkok and Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort.
It’s in Krabi province that you’ll find Thailand’s most popular beach destinations, and Railay is at the top of the list. With white sands and turquoise blue waters, it is a true slice of paradise in Thailand. It is a rock-climbing hotspot while scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking, and ocean rafting are also popular activities here. Some cheap hotels in Thailand close to Railay beach are Railay Village Resort and Zeavola Resort. Koh Samui Island is another reason why tourists stream into Thailand year after year. It is home to some beautiful golden coastlines, and the beaches here offer something different. Some are great for quiet isolation, while others are bustling with fun activities, water sports, and crowds. Chaweng Beach is one of the most popular but slightly pricey, so those on a budget should consider finding cheap hotels in Thailand close to Maenam Beach. Some good Koh Samui hotels are Napasai, A Belmond Hotel and Anantara Bophut Resort.
If you’re in Thailand for a taste of Thai cuisine and nightlife, head straight into Bangkok. It is, of course, the nightlife capital of Thailand, and Khaosan Road and Thonglor are famous across the globe. Nonetheless, this city is more than a haven for party lovers. It is also home to Nham, a popular Thai restaurant serving everything from Massaman curry to Japanese and Chinese cuisine. If you’ve already tried option A, option B would be Phuket. It is one of the best beach resorts in Thailand, offering beautiful beaches, wild nights, and delicious Thai cuisine. When it comes to seafood, there’s no place in Thailand doing it like they do in Phuket. Popular dishes like Pla Kapung Neung Manao (steamed lime fish) hit different when you’re in Phuket. Some good Thailand hotels in the region are Avista Hideaway Phuket Patong and Le Méridien Phuket Beach Resort. Another mention-worthy city for foodies and nightlife enthusiasts is Chiang Mai, northern Thailand’s biggest city.
Buriram is one of the cities to visit if you’re deep into Thai culture. It is home to Phanom Rung Historical Park, an important historical site in Isan, south of the Buriram city center. It is one of Thailand’s most famous sites, and the highlight is usually early April and early September when people swarm to see the sun shining through the 15 gates of the castle. You have to pay to access this park. The island of Ayutthaya is another historical hotspot, and the crumbling remains of this kingdom are the main attraction. People visit Ayutthaya throughout the year to see the skeletal remains of the city, and you are allowed to walk through the park freely and explore the amazing architecture. Visitors need to pay to access this park. Bangkok is another city rich in culture, history, and art. If you love contemporary art, the Bangkok University Gallery hosts occasional shows and there’s no entry fee. Thailand hotels, such as Millennium Hilton Bangkok, will be a great option for a culture trip across this city.
If you are looking to save money on your hotel room in Thailand, consider visiting the country in June as it is the least expensive month at just €12 per night. Avoid booking a hotel room in January if you are looking for a deal; it is the most expensive month.
While the country has many desirable locations to visit, the most popular city in Thailand to travel to is Pattaya.
As a popular tourist destination in Thailand, it is no surprise that Koh Samui has the most expensive hotel rooms at €36 per night - 34% more than than the country's average hotel room price.
Bangkok currently offers the lowest nightly rates of any city in Thailand at just €9; a price that is 68% lower than the average rate per night in Thailand.
Grande Centre Point Hotel Ploenchit
100 Wireless Road, Bangkok, Thailand