Bangkok is a love it or hate it city. Many tourists rarely see much more in Bangkok than the sprawling Suvarnabhumi airport, before jetting off to the beautiful islands. But for others, Bangkok is a fascinating city that needs more time to explore, so here are our 5 recommended hotels for monthly stays in Bangkok.

All of these monthly stay hotels in Bangkok are available to book for one month without a long term contract. 

Ideally located in the heart of Silom and less than a five minute walk to the Chong Nonsi BTS Skytrain station. Whilst very conveniently located, the hotel is in a quiet spot meaning a good night’s rest can always be had.

Perfect for a monthly stay for people who….

  • Want to sample the vibrant gay nightlife, saunas and massage of Silom – the most concentrated of the gay areas in Bangkok.
  • Like to run – Lumpini park, the most popular running park is well within walking distance (or 1 stop on the BTS)
  • Like a mix of a tourist vibe with local culture – Silom offers both.

Why the hotel is great for a monthly stay…

  • The rooms, whilst a little dated, are extremely spacious and feel more like a studio than a hotel room. If staying monthly they provide pans/pots etc to do some light cooking (not available for nightly stays).
  • The internet is fast and reliable and there is a work space that is reasonably comfortable.
  • No extra charges on monthly stay for cleaning, electric or water
  • They are very relaxed on you having visitors

Why the hotel may not be suitable for your monthly stay…

  • The pool is small and unattractive and the gym barely functional (although you can join Jetts Gym a mere 5 minute walk away if you’re a serious gym bunny).

Prices from 22000 baht per month (35 msq Delux room)  (or 18000 if you book and pay in advance for 3 month).

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Sitara place is located in a very authentic Thai neighbourhood near to MRT Rama 9. On your doorstep, you’ll find hundreds of street food vendors and cheap eats, but also big popular Malls such as Fortune Town and Central Rama 9.

Perfect for a monthly stay for people who….

  • Are on a smaller budget but still want a modern clean place to stay.
  • Prefer a “less touristy” place and to feel like they are living in the real Bangkok.
  • Are not quite sure how long they will be staying as the property is very flexible with arrangements.

Why the hotel is great for a monthly stay…

  • Each room has its own router with high-speed internet that is extremely reliable.
  • Your food bill will also be much cheaper, due to all of the extremely cheap places to eat in the neighbourhood.
  • There is an onsite gym that is functional enough for a great work out.
  • Microwave, fridge and kettle provided so you can prepare breakfasts etc yourself.
  • Free shuttle to the MRT – although it is only a 15 min walk.
  • Weekly cleaning included
  • Visitors are very welcome if they sign in.

Why the hotel may not be suitable for your monthly stay…

  • You want a pool / lobby / hotel facilities – Sitara place has more of an apartment block feel.
  • You want to be around tourists / backpackers.

Prices from 15000 baht per month (Studio 39 msq)  including weekly cleaning, water and reasonable electric use. Also available weekly from 4300.  

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The hotel is situated in Pratunam area, five-minute walk from Baiyoke Market and with Makkasan Airport Rail Link within a 5 minute walk. The hotel is modern in style, and boasts an onsite restaurant, cafe & bar.

Perfect for a monthly stay for people who….

  • Want a true “hotel” feel for their monthly stay with friendly 24 hours English speaking staff and onsite spa.
  • Want easy access to the airport for weekends away – due to being close to the airport rail link 
  • The hotel is SHA+ so you can do your “test and go” requirements without having to move.

Why the hotel may not be suitable for your monthly stay…

  • Whilst there are plenty of massage shops and restaurants in your immediate vicinity – the area is not the most vibrant
  • There isn’t a pool or gym
  • Visitors are not welcome.

Prices from 20000 baht per month (superior room 24 msq)

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If you did want to stay in the vibrant ThongLor area another excellent option is The Ashley hotel. The hotel has stylish and comfortable rooms with self catering kitchen facilities. The rooftop features a swimming pool and there’s also a small but fairly functional fitness centre.

Perfect for a monthly stay for people who….

  • Want the hip and vibrant nightlife of ThongLor on their doorstep – and love Japanese food (so many excellent Japanese restaurants on your doorstep).
  • Enjoy the feeling of a hotel with nightly guests as well as monthly stay guests
  • Are looking for a pool and gym 

Why the hotel may not be suitable for your monthly stay…

  • The monthly rate per square metre is not competitive compared to the other options on the list.
  • Very strict on outside visitors (must sign in, leave documentation, not stay overnight)
  • The area in general is quite expensive for eating out – not many “cheap eats” on your doorstep.
  • Rate doesn’t include cleaning; this is an optional extra.

Prices from 19000 baht per month (28 sqm) or 45000 (45sqm) includes 500 units of electric, water & wifi .

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Aspira Tropical Residence ThongLor offers a premium feel serviced apartment. Located in one of Bangkok’s most popular residential and entertainment neighbourhoods. The residence offers its guests spacious yet cozy serviced accommodation complete with all modern amenities.

Perfect for a monthly stay for people who….

  • Want the hip and vibrant nightlife of ThongLor on their doorstep
  • Enjoy the contemporary city living lifestyle
  • Want a pool for a morning swim
  • Want the use of communal workspace (there is a small coworking room next to reception)

Why the hotel may not be suitable for your monthly stay…

  • It’s quite a long walk to the BTS and although they advertise a free shuttle this service has not operated for over a year – you will need to take taxi/bike to get to the main transport network
  • Very strict on outside visitors (must sign in, leave documentation, not stay overnight)
  • The area in general is quite expensive for eating out – not many “cheap eats” on your doorstep.

Prices from 27000 baht per month (40 msq 1 bed apartment) includes twice weekly cleaning, water and 1000 baht of electric.

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All of these hotels have been hand selected for their suitability for Digital Nomads, who also may need to do some work from their monthly hotel room. If you’re just looking for a leisure break – contact us for some more suitable options.

If you decide to book direct with the hotel, it’s really appreciated if you mention that you found out about their monthly rates on manchestertravelshop.com

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