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Visiting Bangkok can definitely be more fun when furry friends come along. From wonderful parks and endless streets to stroll around, it surely offers plenty of walking for everyone. Moreover, finding a pet-friendly hotel is easier, as many places are opening their doors to animals.

Additionally, the accommodations every traveller type something different, from the budget-minded to the big spenders. Clearly, Bangkok’s hotels are ready to accommodate everyone’s journey. Moreover, many pet-friendly hotels definitely keep convenience in mind when it comes to location. Hotels that allow pets have also upgraded their facilities surely including everything a traveller needs without skimping on amenities.

8 Best Pet-Friendly Hotels in Bangkok

1. UTD Aries Hotel & Residence

Located in downtown Bangkok, this hotel offers western management with an English-speaking staff. Also, it’s location is near the Emporium shopping mall. Nonetheless, it is only a 15 minutes walk from the On Nut BTS Station. Furthermore, choosing this hotel will get you up close and personal with many of Bangkok’s epic shopping areas.

Lumpini Park is located near the hotel, definitely making a nice afternoon walk with your pet possible. The building has 5 floors and 7 types of rooms, with the Budget Room size starting at 20 Sqm, going up to the Deluxe Suite size at 48 Sqm. All rooms are fully furnished with basic facilities.

Facilities: Open balcony, air conditioning, big flat TV screen and water heater in the bathroom. Access to gym, car park and laundry room, as well as hi-speed WIFI internet and refrigerators for an additional fee.

Pricing: 415 baht-542 baht per night.

Address: 103/1 Utd Aries Hotel and Residence Soi on Nut 17 Yak 16 Alley, Bangkok 10250 Thailand.

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UTD Aries Hotel & Residence

2. Kamin Bird Hostel

For a budget hostel, look no further than Kamin Bird Hostel. Here, you can find easy access to Bangkok’s downtown, and shopping area. Restaurants and nightlife are also within just a walk’s reach, and is only 5 minutes from Ratchada Road, where The Street shopping mall and others are located. The MRT Huai Kwang, is only 10 minutes walk, where you can easily reach Chatuchak Market, Platinum Wholesale Market and other great shopping locations.

The hostel is near local Thai restaurants, where grabbing a bite to eat with your pet is within reach. Moreover, Central Plaza Grand Rama 9 is close by. The hostel includes Wi-Fi in public areas, a smoking area, and safety deposit boxes. The rooms are decorated with a modern touch, and you can be sure they will be clean regularly.

Facilities: 20 guestrooms, housekeeping upon request, coffee/tea, microwave, and refrigerator in the common area. Free toiletries, hairdryers, and a car park.

Pricing: 670 baht-892 baht.

Address: Soi Na Thong 6, Khwaeng Din Daeng, Din Daeng, Bangkok 10400.

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Kamin Bird Hostel

3. Grand Mercure Bangkok Asoke Residence

Grand Mercure Bangkok Asoke Residence is the place to go if you want to stay long-term. The building is just a short walking distance from Sukhumvit Road, Terminal 21 shopping mall, BTS and MRT public transportation lines.

Moreover, each room features modern amenities and a kitchenette. The building also includes a rooftop swimming pool, fitness centre, steam room, and sauna. Additionally, the 5-star hotel offers free WiFi, private parking and free shuttle services to Terminal 21 and Asoke BTS Station.

Facilities: Kitchenettes, ironing facilities, cable TV, safety deposit box, air conditioner, and modern decor.

Pricing: 1,600 baht-2,471 baht.

Address: 50/5 Soi Sukhumvit 19, Khwaeng Khlong Toei Nuea, Khet Watthana, Bangkok 10110.

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Grand Mercure Bangkok Asoke Residence

4. Phurahong Homestay Bangkok

If you are looking for a ma and pap type of homestay, Phurahong Homestay Bangkok may be the place. Located only 2.8 km from Central Ramintra and 3 km from Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Khlong Thanon district. It offers simple accommodation with free parking and free WiFi throughout the property.

The homestay features a restaurant, with breakfast available. Moreover, pets are welcome with housekeeping available upon request. Ban Bang Khen is only a few minutes drive by car, with Don Muang airport also being only 20 minutes away by car.

Pricing: 510 baht-1,189 baht.

Address: 45/4, Moo 4, Phaholyothin Soi 52 Yak 52, Klongthanon, Saimai, Bangkok, Bangkok.

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Phurahong Homestay

5. Oakwood Residence Sukhumvit 24

Located in the heart of Bangkok, with shopping malls definitely making it a prime area in which to stay. Just 200 metres from Phrom Phong BTS Station, it is easy to get around if you stay here. Dining and entertaining are nearby where you can relax and explore the city.

Furthermore, the residence features 112 modern and fully equipped rooms, offering a serene place for business and leisure travellers. Ideal for families, the residence offers a rooftop pool, fitness centre, gourmet restaurants, and a business centre.

Facilities: WiFi, car park, fitness centre, business services, meeting room, residents’ lounge with honor bar and library, rooftop Thai pavilion, wooden deck and swimming pool.

Pricing: 1,384 baht-1,723 baht.

Address: 15 Sukhumvit 24 Alley, Klongton, Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110.

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Oakwood Residence Sukhumvit 24

6. Ibis Bangkok Siam

Ibis Bangkok Siam is located next to National Stadium BTS Skytrain Station, offering convenient travel around the city. With modern rooms featuring an LCD TV and free WiFi, guests and their furry friends are welcome. Moreover, Ibis is only a 3 minute walk from Jim Thompson House, MBK Shopping Centre, and Bangkok Art and Culture Centre. Thus, the hotel is a great place to stay if you want to do some shopping.

Rooms feature an electric kettle, safety deposit box, free toiletries, and a hairdryer. The front desk is open 24 hours in which staff can definitely assist with housekeeping, shuttle services, and tours around the city. Furthermore, the hotel features meeting facilities, photocopying services, and free public parking on site.

Facilities: Car park, shuttle, restaurant, air conditioning, reduced mobility facilities, wheelchair accessible, express check-in and out, late checkout available, WiFi, breakfast (extra fee), Buffet (extra fee), children’s TV channels, and non-smoking property.

Pricing: 700 baht-829 baht.

Address: 927 Rama I Rd, Wang Mai, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok 10330.

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Ibis Bangkok Siam

7. Ploykhumthong Boutique Resort

PloyKhumThong Boutique Resort is, conveniently, only a 10 minute car ride from Suvarnabhumi Airport. Clearly, its access to the international airport makes it an ideal location. Additionally, it is also only a 5 minute drive to Ladkrabang Airport Rail Link Station and The Paseo Shopping Avenue. Additionally, the Mahanakorn Floating Market is only a 15 minute drive away.

The resort features modern, colourful rooms that have flat-screen, cable TVs, a refrigerator, en suite bathroom, air conditioning, and shower facilities. Tours and air tickets are also available at the tour desk. Moreover, laundry and currency exchange services are available at the front desk, which is surely open 24 hours. The resort also features an international restaurant offering cuisines from all over the world.

Facilities: Swimming pool, non-smoking rooms, airport shuttle, spa and wellness centre, restaurant, WiFi, facilities for disabled guests, tea/coffee maker in all rooms, breakfast available.

Pricing: 650 baht – 2,350 baht.

Address: 1194/5 Soi Latkrabang 40/2 Latkrabang Road Latkrabang Bangkok 10520.

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Ploykhumthong Boutique Resort

8. The One Residence

The One Residence is definitely a family-friendly facility as it is only a 5 minute drive to Paradise Park shopping mall, which features a rooftop waterpark. The hotel also has its own pool and garden for on site relaxation. Moreover, Seacon Square shopping mall is only 10 minutes away. And, for transportation the Udomsuk BTS Skytrain Station is a 15 minute walk and the Suvarnabhumi Airport is only 20 minutes away.

The hotel rooms are large and cool, with each room featuring many amenities. These include a flat screen TV, safety deposit box, refrigerator, balcony, sofa, minibar, shower, and a hairdryer can make anyone’s stay more relaxing. The front desk is also open 24 hours for extra convenience.

Facilities: Room service, 24-hour front desk, restaurant, refrigerator, microwave, mini-bar, airport transportation, kitchenette, laundry, business centre.

Pricing: 1,206 baht – 1,610 baht.

Address: 319 Srinakarin Rd., Nongbon Prawate, Bang Na, Bangkok, Thailand, 10250.

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The One Residence

Bangkok is one of the most visited cities in the world, as travellers clearly love experiencing Thai culture. Moreover, the country features world-famous beaches. And, as people come to this amazing place in Southeast Asia, their furry loved ones sometimes are in tow. But, tourists will find it easy to book a hotel that allows pets in Thailand’s capital.

As the hotels above cater to guests and their 4-legged pals, tourists can definitely find one that fits their budget. Moreover, if you are into the decor and the right ambience, these hotels offer different environments to end your day with. Located mostly in the best parts of Bangkok, the hotels offer a world of nightlife and shopping conveniently around the corner.


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