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Bangkok Accommodation | Suvarnabhumi Airport Hostel Bangkok

If you are need of a Bangkok Airport Hostel then this could be the article you have been searching for. You might need an inexpensive or budget hostel by the Suvarnabhumi Airport Bangkok before you jump back on the plane out of Thailand or before you head north to Chiang Mai or south to the islands.

Avana Hotel

Avana Hotel

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There are many Bangkok Airport Hostels or hotels in the airport district which make the ideal stopover for your One Night in Bangkok. There isn’t much to see in the Suvarnabhumi Airport area of Bangkok City and so if you are going to stay here it might be worth checking out what there is to do at the hostel or hotel. The other key point is to see how easy it is to get to the sky train so you can take a trip into the city. (The sky train whisks you into the heart of Bangkok in 20 minutes.)

A Bangkok Airport Hostel stopover

Good value Bangkok Airport Hostel line up like this. Avana Hotel, Silver Gold Garden Suvarnabhumi Airport, Convenient Resort Suvarnabhumi Airport have good prices for Bangkok and have efficient transfers to the main terminals. These hostel hotels and have all you need and are around 1000 THB (year 2012). They have comfortable rooms where you can get your head down and rest alongside restaurants and cafes where you can introduce yourselves to or say good bye to Thai food. When you are at Bangkok hostel like this you are never far from someone to give you a Head massage, Foot Massage or Thai Massage, something to relive the stress of travel.

One Night in Bangkok

Instead of a Bangkok Airport Hostel it might be make sense to head into to town to take in a bit of this stunning city. Good value and budget Bangkok Hostel can be found over at Khao San Road district at places like Sawasdee Banglumpoo Inn where you can get hostel rooms for as little as 765 THB (Year 2012). From here you are close to Wat Phra Kaeo (Temple of the Emerald Buddha in the Grand Palace and the Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha).

By the way, that song that rings out in the bars One Night in Bangkok has a history... check it out.

Suvarnabhumi Airport Bangkok

The Suvarnabhumi Airport Bangkok is a smart new facility, one of the largest international airports in South East Asia. It is a hub for many onward flights between countries in the region and further afield. Many people organize a stopover here on their way out or return from Australia from Europe. Check in is pretty smooth for both Domestic, 2 hours needed and International 3 hours needed. Bags need to go through scanners and this can slow you down a bit if you get behind a group. Arrivals can be slowed if there are many arrivals as each new arrival is checked and photographed. On the whole the airport has sorted out the issues of the first couple of years and is a great improvement on the Don Muang airport.


Last Updated: 19 Mar 2012