- Blue Cabin Gay Poshtel
- So Sofitel Bangkok
- W Bangkok
- Le Siam Hotel
- Baan Saladaeng Boutique Guesthouse
- The Rose Residence
This “gay only” hostel has single rooms with shared showers and double rooms with private bathrooms. It offers an outdoor swimming pool, a hot tub, a sauna, a fitness room, and a restaurant.
The trendiest gay travelers have made this one of their favorite hotels in Bangkok. It overlooks Lumphini Park and much of the modern city, and features a stunning interior design inspired by natural elements. In addition to the stylish rooms, it offers a world-class spa designed like a mythological forest, a well-equipped fitness center, and an outdoor pool. It has hosted gay parties, but even if there’s nothing happening during your stay, you’ll still enjoy a night of drinks at the rooftop bar.
One of Bangkok’s most stylish hotels, it attracts gay travelers who enjoy its outdoor pool, fitness center, and well-designed rooms with large bathrooms featuring bathtubs and rainforest showers. It’s next to the King Power Mahanakhon Tower in a vibrant commercial district, just a short walk from the gay bars in Patpong.
Just around the corner from the Sala Daeng station of the BTS Skytrain, this hotel is perfectly located for the gay nightlife in Patpong. Rooms aren’t luxurious or particularly modern, but are comfortable, and there’s a small outdoor pool.
This guesthouse on a quiet street often feels like it’s almost exclusively gay, as word of mouth among gay travelers has emphasized its LGBT-friendliness and convenient location close to gay bars. Each room has a different design and size, so they all have different rates. Choose the one that suits you best.
This romantic hotel is perfect for couples, both straight and gay, but gay men have the extra convenience of being close to the gay nightlife in Patpong. Despite its central location, the pool area feels like an oasis, surrounded by trees and traditional Thai architecture.
For an exclusively gay environment, men from all over the world have been staying at this hotel which is essentially a gay resort. It offers a swimming pool, a spa, sauna, massage services on request, fully-equipped gym, a poolside bar, and a restaurant. Rooms are contemporary or classically Thai, with some of them featuring pieces of local art.
Gay travelers are often surprised to find quite a large number of LGBT bars and clubs in Bangkok. There are also several saunas, but before you go, you should follow some expert advice. See the Gay Bangkok guide.