Did you know that Bangkok, Thailand is the number one most visited city in the world (apparently, after posting this London just beat Bangkok by a smidge, but still)? Understandably! Bangkok is filled with skyscrapers, bustling nightlife, tuk tuks, motorcycle taxis, historical sites, busy markets, delicious (and cheap) food, ping pong shows and more!
But did you know that Bangkok also has some of the coolest, trendiest and best hostels in Asia? There are so many tourists that come to visit Bangkok and we know the best hostels in Bangkok and the best area for you to checkout! We hope you have the best time!
Bed Station Hostel is easily one of the best hostels in Bangkok. With free breakfast, stylish industrial dorms, café and bar, lockers, and located only 2 minutes’ walk from Ratchathewi BTS Station, the Bed Station Hostel is a great place to stay on your trip to Bangkok and se what this lively city has to offer!
Saphaipae Hostel is located in the heart of Bangkok’s financial district of Silom, a stone throw away from the Skytrain and boats on the river. It’s clean, centrally located, offers free WiFi, free breakfast buffet and a cool outdoor terrace to meet other like travelers.
Lub D. has a great atmosphere, nice people, and clean amenities. It is known for its trendy spaces and party vibes. It is a great hangout spot especially to get out of the hecticness in Bangkok. It is located close to the Lebua Sky Bar and Rocket Coffee Bar. Includes Wifi and a locker.
Refill Now! is located a bit outside of some tourist places, but still easily accessible (close to the airport). The dormitories are spacious, clean, modern and safe environment. The hostel includes free WiFi, Aircon, and a small pool! There are some great cafes, 7-11 and delicious street carts around.
Although a little hard to find, once you find Chern Boutique Hostel, we think you will really enjoy your stay! It is quite, stylish, affordable and they have great breakfast! It is about 20 minutes away from the airport and 10/15 minutes walk from Koh San Road. Chern has WiFi, laundry, vending machine, and Air conditioning making it one of the best hostels in Bangkok.
Siam Journey Guesthouse is another hostel hidden within the Bangkok alleyways, where street carts and food fill the air. It is a stones throw from Phayathai BTS, the Bangkok metro train station and the Chatuchak weekend market. It is a very chill hostel where you can grab a few drinks with some cool people. The hostel has fans and fast Wifi.
Nappark was one of the highest recommended hostels to us! It is walking distance away from The Grand Palace, Wat Phra Kaew or Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Wat Pho, The Giant Swing–pretty much all the best Bangkok attractions. Nappark offers discounts on tours and nightlife and even free group activities. The Hostel has air conditioning, internet access, female dorms specifically designed for women, storage locker, and comfortable rooms. Nappark is easily one of the best hostels in Bangkok and you will have a great time!
Suneta Bangkok Hostel is centrally located in the famed tourist spot, Koh San Road. It is so close to everything (bars, tourist attractions, restaurants) but far enough to limit the noise when you sleep. They have some cozy pod bunk beds, ensuring your privacy while still meeting others! The cabins include a personal TV, lamp, outlet, free WiFi, access keycard and great breakfast.
Everyday Hostel is a great relaxing hostel. It even has a great working space to whip out your laptops and knock out a bit of work with some free WiFi. It is a 5 Mins walk from the Samyan metro station and located near many street food carts and authentic Japanese restaurants. Staff is super accommodating, storage space for luggage, and the facilities are bright and warm.
D. Box Hostel is another trendy little hostel that uses pods instead of bunks and includes your own reading light, a personal electricity socket and a privacy curtain. It also has a billiards table, a bar, lockers and a shared lounging area with free WiFi. It is a 10-minute walk from Ratchathewi BTS Skytrain Station and only a short walk from Bangkok’s largest fashion and shopping district.