If you’re visiting Thailand with kids, you’ll be on the look out for family hotels in Bangkok. There are a number of kids friendly hotels in Bangkok. We think there’s a lot of fun to be had in Bangkok for kids. It’s a big city, a hub for travel in Thailand and most likely where you’ll stay your trip to Thailand with kids. Read my post on things to do in Bangkok with kids here.

Choosing where to stay in Bangkok with kids should be easy thanks to this list I’ve put together of family hotels in Bangkok. Many of these are hotels we have tried and tested on our travels to Bangkok with kids. Where we’ve stayed at the hotel ourselves, I have included our own pictures. If it’s not somewhere we’ve stayed personally, you can be sure it’s a hotel that I have thoroughly researched and found an aspect of it that makes it a great family hotel in Bangkok.

 

 

Where to Stay in Bangkok with Kids, Family Friendly Hotels in Bangkok, Thailand

 

Tips on Finding Family Friendly Hotels in Bangkok

  • While it’s common for hotel rooms in the US to have two double or queen beds, it’s not so common in other parts of the world. I’ve tried to find family hotels in Bangkok that offer either triple rooms, two double or queen beds or have rollaway beds. Charges for rollaway beds always apply in Asia and they can be quite high.
  • It is definitely worth bringing a lightweight inflatable travel bed. For toddlers, there are quite a few different options available on Amazon. The Shrunks make a larger inflatable twin-sized travel bed for kids aged 6+. If you’re travelling with more than one inflatable bed just bring one pump. We’ve never had any trouble asking hotels for extra bedding to use on our inflatable travel beds. Read our complete post on portable toddler beds for more information.
  • Budget hotels in Asia often won’t have cribs for infants and 4 and 5-star hotels will often charge for providing you with an infant crib. We recommend bringing your own pack n play or travel crib. See the travel cribs we recommend in this post.
  • Another point to note is that most SkyTrain stations do not have escalators or lifts and only have stairs. This can be a real pain when travelling with a stroller so you might want to weigh that into consideration when picking a hotel. It can be easier to just taxi around if you’re using a stroller. Or make sure that your stroller can be easily carried up and down SkyTrain stairs by picking a lightweight travel stroller like this.

 

Bangkok for Kids: Best Family Hotels in Bangkok

Arranged according to star level and price, you’ll find a Bangkok family hotel to meet your budget and your needs.

 

Late-Night Swimming at New Siam II in Bangkok

Late-Night Swimming at New Siam II in Bangkok

New Siam II (2 star)

If you’re on a budget, New Siam II is a great little guesthouse. It’s close to Khao San Road and Soi Rambuttri, meaning you can easily stroll around the restaurants, travel agents and massage places, but away from the partying and noise. For families, they have triple rooms with a double bed and twin bed. Rollaway beds are 300THB a night. The restaurant is great and there’s a pool to cool off after a busy day of sightseeing.

Prices from $22 a night. Check rates and availability here.

 

Our Room at New Siam Riverside - Reuben in His Portacot

Our Room at New Siam Riverside – Reuben in His Portacot

 

Cornflakes and Yoghurt Alongside the Chao Phraya River

Cornflakes and Yoghurt Alongside the Chao Phraya River at New Siam Riverside

 

Breakfast Out in the Courtyard

Breakfast Out in the Courtyard at New Siam Riverside

New Siam Riverside (2.5 star)

New Siam Riverside is across Phra Athit Road from New Siam II. Riverside is a step above it’s sister hotel. With a swimming pool on the riverfront and a great buffet breakfast, it’s a great choice for families who still want to be near to Khao San Road and Soi Rambuttri but with a bit of added comfort. There are triple rooms and suites for families. Rollaway beds are 800THB a night in rooms or 1200THB in suites.

Prices from $42 a night. Check rates and availability here.

 

 

Navaili River Resort Bangkok, Where to Stay in Bangkok with kids.

Navaili River Resort Bangkok, Where to Stay in Bangkok with kids.

 

Lee and Reuben, Navaili River Resort, Where to Stay in Bangkok with kids

Lee and Reuben at Navalai River Resort

 

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Reuben & Lee swimming in a Bangkok rooftop pool at Navalai River Resort

Navalai River Resort (3 star)

Navalai River Resort is another nice option on Phra Athit Road. As the name suggests, Navalai River Resort is set on the banks of the Chao Phraya River right next to theBanglampu river boat stop. Rollaway beds are $27 a night. There are no family rooms or triple rooms but interconnecting rooms are available at this hotel.

Prices from $49 a night. Check rates and availability here.

 

Ibis Riverside Bangkok Family Room

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Ibis Bangkok Riverside (3 star)

One of the most kid-friendly hotels Bangkok. The Ibis Bangkok Riverside has one of the most affordable family rooms in Bangkok. The Ibis has a prime riverfront location and has free shuttle to Krung Thonburi SkyTrain station. Their family room has a queen bed and bunk beds with a small living area. Not only does the Ibis Bangkok Riverside have a great pool on the riverfront, there is also a small playground for littlies. A great choice!

Prices from $42 a night. Check rates and availability here.

 

 

Radisson Bangkok Room, Where to Stay in Bangkok with kids.

Separate Bedroom at Radisson Suites Bangkok

 

Radisson Bangkok, Where to Stay in Bangkok with kids.

Our Large One-Bedroom Suite at Radisson Suites Bangkok

 

Orange Pool at Radisson Bangkok, Where to Stay in Bangkok with kids.

Reuben Swimming in the Cool Orange Pool at Radisson Suites Bangkok

Radisson Suites Bangkok Sukhumvit (4 star)

The Radisson Suites is an affordable family friendly hotel in Sukhimvit with standard rooms, studios and one bedroom suites available. The breakfast buffet is good and there’s a rooftop pool with orange tiles that kids will love. The hotel has a free tuk tuk shuttle down Soi 13 to the Nana Skytrain station. Rollaway beds are $30 a night.

Prices from $69 a night. Check rates and availability here.

 

 

One bedroom suite at Arize, Where to Stay in Bangkok with kids.

One Bedroom Suite at Arize Hotel Bangkok

Arize Hotel Bangkok

Arize Hotel Bangkok is a relatively new hotel in a great location. Only a few minutes walk to the Phrom Phong Skytrain station and Emporium shopping mall which has an indoor playground and lots of restaurants. If you’re travelling with small children you’ll love that Arize is on Soi 26, the same street as Funarium. Arize has affordable one bedroom and two bedroom suites with kitchenettes, dining areas and washing machines for families. Rollaway beds are $27 a night.

Prices from $46 a night. Check rates and availability here.

 

 

Four Points Sheraton Bangkok

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Four Points by Sheraton Bangkok (4 star)

Another option in Bangkok that offers rooms with two queen beds making it one of the best family hotel in Bangkok. The Four Points by Sheraton Bangkok has a great location in Sukhimvit, right at the top of Soi 15 near both Asok and Nana Skytrain stations. The hotel is a short walk from the Terminal 21 shopping centre.

Prices from $87 a night. Check rates and availability here.

 

 

Chatrium Riverside Bangkok

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Chatrium Hotel Riverside Bangkok (5 star)

The Chatrium Hotel Riverside Bangkok has large rooms (over 600 sq ft) with kitchenettes and dining areas that are useful when travelling with kids. The rooms have queen or twin beds but the hotel offers rollaway beds for $41 a night. There are also one and two bedroom suites available. The Chatrium Hotel Riverside Bangkok is a 15 minute walks from Asiatique (the Bangkok Eye). 

Prices from $95 a night. Check rates and availability here.

 

 

Anantara Riverside

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Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort (5 star)

It can be hard to find hotels in Bangkok with two double beds. Luckily, the Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort offers two queen beds in most of their room types. This is a luxury hotel with a resort-style pool set on the banks of the Chao Phraya. There’s a free shuttle boat to Saphan Taksin Skytrain station and Asiatique (the Bangkok Eye). Rollaway beds are $41 a night.

I just stayed here on my way back from my solo trip to India and it is absolutely fabulous. Hands down the best buffet breakfast I have EVER had at a hotel. Very family friendly. Lovely pool which has a kids area at one end. My new favourite hotel in Bangkok!!!!

Prices from $127 a night. Check rates and availability here.

 

Anantara Bangkok Siam

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Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel (5 star)

A super kid-friendly hotel in Bangkok! Formerly the Four Seasons Bangkok, the Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel is a great family-friendly hotel in Bangkok. The Anantara offers a king bed or two double beds so it’s great for families. There’s a small playground near the hotel’s pool plus milk & cookies at bedtime and kid-sized robes. The hotel is a short walk from Ratchadamri Skytrain station and Lumpini Park which has playgrounds for kids.  Rollaway beds are $40 a night.

Prices from $186 a night. Check rates and availability here.

 

 

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok

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Mandarin Oriental Bangkok (5 star)

If you’re looking for the ultimate luxury, five-star family hotel Bangkok, choose the Mandarin Oriental. The Mandarin Oriental Bangkok has a supervised Kids’ Club for those aged 3-11 years. If you’re travelling to Bangkok with a baby, the Mandarin Oriental offers free cribs and can provide steralisers, baby baths and bath toys. Rollaway beds are a whopping $114 a night so you really need to BYO travel bed for kids.

Prices from $331 a night. Check rates and availability here.

 

 

Need help finding family hotels in Bangkok?

I’d be happy to help you choose the best family hotel in Bangkok to meet your needs. Just leave me a comment below or connect with me on Facebook. If you have more questions about visiting Bangkok with kids or Thailand with kids, please let me know.

You can find more posts about Bangkok and Thailand here.

 

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  • Lexy
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    I’m trying to find a hotel that has a supervised creche that will take 23mths and 12mths old’s. It looks like most of the hotels do supervised kids clubs but they are from 3yrs or 4yrs plus. I’d rather they be with other kids, toys etc, rather than just one babysitter as I think they will feel more comfortable given that they go to creche here in AUS for a couple of hours every few days.

    • Bethaney Davies
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      I don’t know of any hotels in Bangkok that do that unfortunately. I think your best bet is probably hiring a nanny and having her take them to somewhere like Funarium.

  • Sarah Lukacs
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    Hi Bethaney, what a fantastic resource, thank you! We will be in Bangkok for 3 nights in February with our son who will be almost 3. We will be combating jet lag from the US and have limited time so my priorities are: 1) close and easy to attractions (good food markets, khao san road or equiv, grand palace) and 2) comfortable to help w/ jet lag and 3) a balcony or separate sitting area for us to hang in after we (hopefully) get him to sleep. #3 not vital. suggestions for nice hotel in center location near tram and boats? thank you!!!

    • Bethaney Davies
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      Hi Sarah. We like being in the Khao San Road area because it’s much easier to walk around with a stroller, walk to eat in restaurants in the evening, not have to worry about taxis or stairs up to the Sky Train etc. Don’t stay on Khao San Road itself, the Soi Rambuttri or Phra Athit Road areas are better. We find it easier to be on this side of town for the evening when it’s more effort to do stuff with little kids and get taxis or take the river boat to the Sky Train to explore the Sukhimvit side of town during the day. Does that make sense? If you stay on a Sky Train route you will have to navigate street traffic that is a bit tricker to walk to restaurants in the evening. Having said that, there is a really good family hotel on Soi 26 (the Arize Hotel) which has cheap suites so you can put your son to bed in the bedroom and shut the door while you hang out in the sitting area. Soi 26 is also where Funarium is located so make sure you visit there with your son! I don’t know of any hotel’s with balconies or sitting areas on the KSR side of town thought. Makes it hard to decide!!! Make sure you pick somewhere with a pool as Bangkok gets hot. Also read through my jet lag in kids post for some tips!

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