Thailand, rightly nicknamed the golden land, radiates due to a certain inherent lustre. Welcome to the land of white sandy beaches, fertile rice fields and the beautiful people. The country is exotic and fascinating, with plenty to explore. It is filled with scenic and cultural treasures ranging from the modern behemoth of Bangkok to the colourful shopping centres. Thailand, to put it in simple words, is a life changing experience dressed up as a holiday.
You will find a delicate blend of culture, hospitality and traditionality in Thailand interwoven with devout Buddhism. There are plenty of places in Thailand that you cannot leave without exploring like the mountain ranges surrounding Mae Hong Son. Get ready to be dazzled by stupa-studded peaks and post-Stone Age villages. Then there are the beautiful coastal islands of Kho Phi Phi Don and Ko Tao. The islands are filled with swaying palms, miles of white sandy beaches and clean turquoise blue water. You will rarely find a land filled with such rich geographical variance. You can choose to do anything from exploring the mountains to taking a dip into the sea or both.
Thailand is most popular with the tourists from November to February end, where the temperature are relatively lower and hover between the high 20s and low 30s. Humidity is quite low. During this season its best to book your stay. Bangkok is usually the most popular of tourist destination simply because it would be hard to find a more livelier or vibrant place globally. Bangkok is filled with surprises at every turn right from eclectic attractions, gorgeous temples, glittering street markets, wild night life to sophisticated shopping malls. You will never get enough of this city. A city which such magnetism, is bound to have its fair share of tourist accommodations. You can opt for any type of hotel from superior luxury hotels to more budget accommodations and pick from the vast range of Thailand hotels.
If you’re an environment friendly person and looking for a luxurious stay in one of the Thailand hotels, then I suggest, you try ‘The Ecotel Bangkok’. It’s a 3 star stay located bang in the centre of the Rajthevee District of Bangkok. During season time, rates begin at THB 950 for a double occupancy room and increases to THB 2500 for a deluxe triple room per night. Please note that rates may vary according to season and other factors. Rates are not fixed. You can also avail promotional packages by the hotel.
Those looking to find that perfect balance between luxuries without straining too hard on the pocket, I suggest you stay at the Prince Hotel Bangkok. It is peaceful, friendly and radiates Thai hospitality. There are 211 suites and guest rooms. The rooms are clean, hygienic, spacious and have a private bathroom attached. Rates vary from THB 850 for a single person to THB 1360 for triple occupancy per night. Please note that rates may vary according to season and other factors. Rates are not fixed. You can also avail promotional packages by the hotel.
There are not many Thailand hotels catering to budget travellers, especially in Bangkok. Those looking not to pinch their pockets too much can opt for the Hostelling International Bangkok. It is a boutique style hostel and is built in very comfortable orient atmosphere. It is located in Khao San – Old City and offers you panoramic views of the sun setting down into old Bangkok. Rates vary from THB 510 for a double occupancy person to THB 935 for a more luxurious double occupancy per night. Please note that rates may vary according to season and other factors. Rates are not fixed. You can also avail promotional packages by the hotel.