- 1. Kloem
- 2. The Printing House Poshtel
- 3. Ekanek Hostel
- 4. Tales Khaosan
- 5. Lub D Bangkok Siam
- 6. Lub D Bangkok Silom
- 7. The Lol Elephant Hostel
- 8. Vivit Hostel Bangkok
- 9. Once Again Hostel
- 10. Chingcha Hostel
Featuring a green backyard and a barbeque area, this homey hostel takes its name from the Thai word meaning “dreamy state.” Guests are invited to relax on hammocks and bean bags, and have the choice of modern dorms or private bedrooms with shared bathrooms.
This highly-rated hostel scores points for its cleanliness and location, as well as for its excellent value. It’s close to some of Bangkok’s most stunning temples, and not far from the nightlife in Khao San Road, although many guests end up spending their nights on the terrace. Some of the rooms and dorms also have an outdoor area (balcony or patio). The restaurant serves Asian cuisine and vegan options.
Those looking forward to some wild nights at the notorious bars in Patpong, will want to stay at this hostel which is located just steps away. It’s an excellent value, providing clean, comfortable rooms and dorms. Staff is helpful, offering advice on the city’s attractions.
Part café, part hostel, this property is located close to the famous nightlife-and-backpackers street Khao San Road. It has a train theme, with the dorm resembling a train compartment or a sleeper train. Those who want more privacy, can book the private room.
Proving that budget doesn’t have to mean boring, this is a colorful and stylish hostel, centrally located by several of the city’s most popular malls. It invites guests to socialize and watch movies sitting on bean bags in the common room, and enjoy drinks and light snacks at the bar. There are 4-bed dorms, doubles and twin rooms.
Just a short walk from a Skytrain station and the notorious Patpong nightlife, this well-designed hostel features a lounge area, a laundry room, a café and bar. It’s mostly made up of dorms with shared bathrooms, but there are also double rooms with private bathrooms.
Conveniently located in the Old City, just a short walk from the backpacker’s mecca Khao San Road, this attractive hostel is divided into dorms and private rooms. Some of them have a patio, and there’s also a garden and a shared lounge.
Colorful and mixing a modern and classic décor, this hostel is a good budget option in the Old City, close to some landmark temples. There are dorms and private rooms with shared bathrooms, which are comfortable and clean.
You don’t have to stay at or go to a luxury hotel in order to enjoy a rooftop bar in Bangkok. You can simply book a bed at this hostel, which looks out to one of the city’s most famous temples. In addition to the rooftop, there’s a lounge and a café to relax and have a drink. About 15 minutes away is the lively Khao San Road.
This is a rare hostel, as it accommodates all types of travelers. If you’re traveling in a group of friends or as a family you may want to book the family room, couples have the option of the private double rooms, and anyone may choose one of the mixed dorms or the female dorm. At the top is a rooftop bar looking out to the Giant Swing and Wat Suthat.