Hotels in Thailand

Escaping the streets in Bangkok to Thailand’s best resorts. From the best Bangkok hotels to boutique and luxury Thai Resorts.

Centara Grand Krabi: An Andaman Escape

Krabi, without a doubt, is home to some of the most beautiful landscapes the world over, including such iconic destinations as “The Beach” at Koh Phi-Phi, and just the hundred plus karsts and islands which are scattered throughout the province. Making it is the perfect port of call for the seemingly countless excursions and attractions …

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X2 Vibe Buriram: An Oasis in Isaan

I am not surprised if you have never heard of a Buriram, as until recent years it has been as obscure as every other far-flung city of Isaan. But with a recent upsurge in cultural and historical tourism in the northeastern region, and a rather ingenious strategy to differentiate Buriram as Thailand’s “City of Sports”, …

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Anantara Vacation Club: Prestige on Chiang Mai’s River Ping

We started the day in a cramped wooden hut in Thailand’s Phayao province, waking at 04:10 AM to views over the Thai-Lao borders. We then ended it with unforgettable luxury and prestige on the banks of Chiang Mai’s River Ping. Just another of Thailand’s many fascinating contrasts in travel. For the weekend we would be …

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The Best Boutique Hotels in Bangkok

I do still feel like a visitor to Bangkok, despite living here, and given the multifaceted and diverse landscapes of the city, I can escape at any time to unfamiliar surroundings. And to thank for this are Bangkok’s boutique and design hotels which will always bring something new and exciting to the city, away from the …

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Dusit Princess Korat: The Gateway to Isaan

Now the Imperial Hotel and Convention Centre. Dusit would be better known in the luxury, international travel markets these days, but the brand has always had a long homegrown history in Thailand, where it has added a bit of prestige to many of Thailand’s lesser known cityscapes. And we experienced this first-hand recently on our …

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Next Level Hospitality at Marriott Queen’s Park

It is often a worry with hotel reviews that we may fail to find more to add to past experiences, almost expecting a copy and paste from past accommodations. Yet here, at Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park, we find the complete opposite, as we are almost overwhelmed by the scale of what the hotel has to offer. …

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Romantic Escapes in Koh Chang (Thailand)

My first ever visit to Koh Chang was back in 2004, when KC Resort was merely 150 Baht beach bungalows, and White Sands beach was still relatively undeveloped. But these days are no more as the main beach stretches of White Sands, Kai Bae and Lonely Beach, are now cluttered, touristy and over-priced. So we …

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Beachviews and Seafood: Rayong Marriott

This would be our fifth visit to Rayong, although before now, we have always failed to see further than the pier at Ban Phe. There has always been a slight disadvantage for mainland beaches in Rayong, where they often go overlooked, in favour of the nearby island of Koh Samet. But I do feel this …

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Anantara Vacation Club: An Andaman Escape

For the first half of this month we travelled almost 10,000 km overland through Japan. The latter we spent in the most basic regions of rural Thailand. I think, if ever we deserved a break, it was now. Following a quick stopover in Bangkok we arrive to Phuket just in time for the midday heat …

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