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Top 3 Luxury Hotels
SO Sofitel Bangkok
Best For: Sophisticated Luxury Travelers
Wow: Gay Popular, Rooftop Pool & Views
Area: Sathorn; CBD & Near to Gay Bars
Facts: 238 Rooms | Free in-room WIFI | Pool
Pullman Hotel G
Best For: Affordable Luxury Edition
Wow: Fun Design, White Room & Burger Bar
Area: Silom; Gay Party Central, Walk to bars
Facts: 469 Rooms | Free in-room WIFI | Pool
Top 3 Unique Hotels
Top 3 Comfort Hotels
Top 3 Budget Hotels
I Residence Hotel Silom
Best For: Party Boys & City Explorers
Wow: Apartment Style Rooms & Facilitates
Area: Silom; Gay Party Central, Walk to Bars
Facts: 110 Rooms | Free in-room WIFI | Pool
Rambuttri Village Hotel
Best For: Value Backpacking Scene
Wow: Great Value, Location & Rooftop Pool
Area: Khaosan; Marjor Backpacking Party
Facts: 200 Rooms | Free in-room WIFI | Pool
Top 3 Coolest Hostels
Gay Hotel Bangkok
Our hand-picked collection of gay hotels in Bangkok represent the best the city has to offer. Team Passport has personally visited every single hotel to ensure you have the best possible experience.
The crazy, hot, sticky, mess that is Bangkok city has become a worldwide hub for international tourism. Time Magazine reported the city as the number 1 visited city in the world in 2013. This means, there are many hotels to cater to everybody’s needs. Thailand is famous for its hospitality and its luxury hotels do not disappoint, especially the Bangkok’s best gay hotels. Compared to the rest of the world gay friendly luxury hotels in Bangkok are affordable with 5 star hotels available for 5,000 THB (150 USD) per night. The city also offers an impressive boutique sector which spans from stylish budget to opulent luxury.
Bangkok is gay friendly city and it would be very uncommon for a hotel to present any problems when checking in a gay couple. Bangkok and Thailand have a long history of acceptance and tolerance toward gay individuals. Although a number of hotels do restrict visitors to the rooms during the evening and night. In most cases this policy is not reserved for only gay customers but for all customers.
Hotels wishing to be reviewed as a leading gay hotel in Bangkok please contact our editorial team at [email protected].
Gay Hotel Bangkok | Neighborhood Guide
Most of Bangkok’s gay nightlife occurs in Silom as such many of Bangkok’s best gay hotels are in this areas. Most of the action takes place on Silom Soi 4, gay bar street and Silom Soi 2, gay clubbing heaven. Silom’s recommend gay hotels are within walking distance from the nightlife which one reason why they are so popular for gay travelers. For luxury travelers the Pullman G Hotel Bangkok is always popular. The Glow Trinity gay hotel Bangkok, is another popular hotel offering an afforable comfort hotel centrally located in Silom. For true budget party guys the Nantra Silom Hotel is favorite, with cheap rates and basic facilities.
Sathorn, the big business center of Bangkok, located next to Silom is another popular area for gay travelers. Although most hotels in Sarthorn are a bit far to walk to Silom’s gay nightlife, a couple stops on the sky train BTS takes you there. For luxury hotels W Bangkok and Sofitel So Bangkok offer incredible design, service and are very popular with gay travelers. Mode Sathorn offers fun design at an afforable rate and direct access to the sky train BTS.
Gay backpackers may prefer to stay in Bangkok’s backpacking area around Khao San Rd and travel around 25 mins (no traffic) by taxi into Silom for the parties. Rambuttri Village Hotel, offers great facilities including rooftop pool and walking to Khoasan’s backpacker parties at incredible budget rates. For hostel lovers check out NapPark Hostel, simply put ‘one of Bangkok’s, if not Asia best hostels’.
Hotels along Bangkok’s famous Chao Phraya river are also popular because of their views. Sala Rattanakosin Hotel, sits riverside directly opposite Wat Arun, one of Bangkok’s beautiful temples and most photographed spots for sunsets.
Sukhumvit road normally used by the business travelers does offer a large selection of high quality hotels all well connected to the city with BTS Sky Train system.
Hotels wishing to be reviewed and featured in our Gay Hotel Bangkok guide please contact our editorial team at [email protected].