Top 3 best cheap hostels in Bangkok, Thailand ( under £10)
Heading to Thailand’s beautiful capital, Bangkok, and looking for a budget-friendly hotel or hostel? Whether you’re after a cheap and cheerful bunk on Khao San Road, or a five-star spa hotel with a swanky rooftop bar in Sukhumvit, we’ve rounded up the best Bangkok accommodation for you.
1. The Monomer Hostel, Bangkok
The Monomer is a great option if you’re searching for cheap hostels in Bangkok city centre. There’s surprisingly fast (and free) wifi throughout the property, which is just metres from the Jim Thompson’s House museum, within walking distance of the enormous Siam Paragon shopping mall and a short sky train journey from the city’s most beautiful temples, including the Grand Palace temple complex. The shared kitchen is ideal if you fancy saving money by cooking for yourself, and the hostel’s bar is a great place to meet other backpackers. There are plenty of rooms with private bathrooms, but you’ll pay even less if you opt for a dormitory or a room with a shared bathroom – all of which have hairdryers.
Read more at: http://www.siam101.com/listing/monomer-hostel-bangkok/
2. Oneday Hostel, Bangkok
This funky city centre hostel in Bangkok comes top of the list when it comes to cheap accommodation in Thailand’s capital, and it’s one of the most popular co-working spaces in Bangkok too, so it’s ideal if you’re in Thailand for an extended period of time and need to catch up on work. The hostel can accommodate 121 people in a range of room types, including shared dormitories and private rooms. Facilities include a cosy book corner and a DVD-filled theatre room. The hostel has a fantastic location, in the heart of Sukhumvit, one of Bangkok’s busiest city centre districts. It’s right next to the sky train’s Phrom Phong station, and nearby attractions include the K-Village shopping mall and the Flow House , where you can surf an enormous indoor wave.
Read more at: http://www.siam101.com/listing/oneday-hostel/
3. Nappark Hostel, Bangkok
Hostels can sometimes all feel the same, but Nappark, one of the most popular hostels on Khao San Road, is different. A recent renovation was inspired by Thai culture, so expect plenty of nods to the country’s beautiful landscape. There’s a library for bookworms and a ladies’ only zone, and if you’re wondering what to do in Bangkok or how to get from Bangkok to Phuket? Stop by the hostel’s in-house travel agency for some advice. Nappark’s location, on the lively Khao San Road, makes it perfect if you’re planning to check out some of Bangkok’s best bars, but it’s also within walking distance of the Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Wat Arun.
Read more at: http://www.siam101.com/listing/nappark-hostel/