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Family Friendly Hotels Bangkok

Family Friendly Hotels - Bangkok

There are many family friendly hotels in Bangkok and Thailand and there are a number of things for families to do when visiting Bangkok.

Even though the city is a bit of a concrete jungle, there is plenty for children and teenagers to see and do and a number of hotels have made an effort to be more accommodating to families and those travelling with children.

as we have children too, we recommend not only looking at hotel facilities but also location with regards ease of travel and facilities close by

We have compiled a list of hotels below and you can book them through our site which is affiliated with Agoda which offers excellent discounts on most hotels in Thailand

What To Consider

Most, if not all hotels have a swimming pool which is an excellent form of entertainment for kids and adults alike, but you should look at things like room facilities and look for things such as DVD player, music system and a good selection of satellite channels (most of which are in English). If the room has a DVD player then your kids can watch movies at night rather than get stuck with the TVchannels (which can be quite good). There are also plenty of stalls on the streets and in places like MBK and Pantip Plaza that sell pirated copies of the latest movies for around about $4.5 or £3. Many priated movies are of decent enough quality if they are at least 3 months old; 6 months ideally, but the very latest will be of fairly poor quality

Take a look at whether there is decent room service and what times the restaurant or room service opens and closes. You won't know until you get to your hotel but ask where the nearest 7 Eleven mini mart is as you can stock up your fridge with much cheaper drinks.


Getting about Bangkok can be an issue. Make sure there is easy access to the hotel by either Skytrain, Subway or taxi. A rule of thumb is that traffic will be bad on all major roads during the morning rush hour and from about 4.30 to 7.30 at night and both the subway and skytrain will be busy from 5pm onwards.

We mention this because tired kids will not enjoy being stuck in a traffic jam that doesn't move for 40 minutes or so and if you are there during the rainy season (June to October), traffic can be in grid lock for hours.

Hotels or Serviced Apartments ?

Hotels have all the facilities you'd expect depending on the number of stars they carry. Basically, anything less than a 4 start hotel will have far fewer facilities.

Hotel rooms are small and even if you book 2 rooms - one for adults and one for kids - you still can't all fit in without sitting on the bed or floor.

Hotels can be busy. If it's a very busy hotel, the pool will also be busy and it can spoil the fun.

Serviced apartments however, can offer up to three bedrooms with a central lounge and a kitchen. Serviced apartments offer rooms such as: Studio, 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom and 3 bedroom and there are many serviced apartments to choose from in Bangkok and their prices are often cheaper than hotels (when comparing facilities, room area and so on).

If you have a family, then a 2 bedroom apartment will be perfect.

Our pick of them all

Our most recommended place to stay if you have kids is: Centre Point at Silom

We have stayed at Centre Point just off Silom Road, at Bangrak, which is next to the river. This makes it, in our opinion, the ultimate place to stay with kids for the following reasons:

They offer 180 Sq M 2 bedroomed apartments with a huge living area, dining table and kitchen. Smaller apartments are also available.
Each bedroom has it's own en-suite bathroom. There is a guest bathroom in the apartment too.
Each apartment has a TV in the living room and each bedroom.
The living room has a DVD player and a stereo.
The kitchen is fully kitted out with large fridge, oven, microwave and washing machine - allowing you to wash your clothes.
There is plenty of seating for all with a minimum of one sofa and two armchairs but more can be provided on request.
The dining table can seat around 10 people.
There is a lovely swimming pool that is rarely used because most guests are business people.
There is a gym and sauna and a small library area.
There is good room service and small restaurant,
Centre Point Silom is situated right next to a department store and there is direct access to the store from the foyer. The department store has kids favourites such as Pizza, McDonalds, KFC and Swensens which is an ice-cream parlour.
There is a supermarket in the department store so you can stock up on snacks, drinks and even items to cook your own meals.
Centre Point Silom is a very short walk to the Skytrain as well as the river ferries that take you to the temples and Grand Palace.
The river ferries can also take you to many of the other hotels along the river which makes for a great experience for the kids.

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centre point serviced apartments - Bangkok
Star Rating 4
Guest Rating 8.8 / 10
Loads of facilities, close to skytrain, next to department store. Excellent location
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Holiday Inn Chidlom - Bangkok
Star Rating 4
Guest Rating 8.6 / 10
Central location, very close to major malls and department stores. Easy access to transportation, entertainment and restaurants.
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Intercontinental Bangkok
Star Rating 4
Guest Rating 8.2 / 10
Central location, close to many malls and shops, close to entertainment, easy access to transportation and loads of places to eat nearby.
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Marriott Resort & Spa - Bangkok
Star Rating 5
Guest Rating 8.5 / 10
Fabulous hotel on the river. Large grounds, family friendly, great restaurants and one of the best buffets with Thai dancing nightly. Free ferry service.
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Intercontinental Bangkok
Star Rating 5
Guest Rating 8.9 / 10
Easy access to skytrain, plenty of places to eat nearby, close to entertainment and a few minutes walk to Central Chidlom, Central World, MBK etc
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The Grand Hyatt Erawan in Bangkok
Star Rating 5
Guest Rating 8.4 / 10
Opposite Central World, Opposite Gaysorn, close to Siam Paragon, MBK, restaurants, entertainment & public transport.
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Imperial Queens Park Bangkok
Star Rating 4
Average Rate $72
Comments Just around the corner from The Emporium, this large hotel is no more than 10 minutes walk away.
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Pathumwan Princess Hotel in Bangkok
Star Rating 5
Guest Rating 8.8 / 10
Comments Part of MBK complex, access to skytrain, close to many other shopping centers, loads of restaurants nearby and close to entertainment.
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Kempinski Hotel, Bangkok
Star Rating 5
Guest Rating 8.8 / 10
Comments New hotel behind Siam Paragon, close to many other shopping malls, good access to transport, close to restaurants and entertainment..
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The Landmark Hotel Bangkok
Star Rating 5
Guest Rating 8.3 / 10
Comments Right next to entertainment, walking distance to skytrain, very good restaurants close by and shopping malls just a short distance.
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Arnoma Hotel, Bangkok
Star Rating 4
Guest Rating 7.9 / 10
Comments Opposite Central World, next to Gaysorn, easy access to skytrain, restaurants and entertainment. Very central location.
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