Located in the old town neighbourhood of Bangkok, HI Bangkok-The Original Bangkok Youth Hostel has been providing safe, clean and affordable accommodations for world travellers and first time visitors to Thailand for over 25 years. Our friendly staff will welcome you with the traditional Sawadee and make you feel at home during your stay.
The accommodation has spacious rooms with air conditioning, en- suite bathrooms and hot showers. For the traveller on a tight budget there are also separate men’s and women‘s dorms with shared bathrooms. All private rooms include private baths with hot showers and air conditioning. Breakfast is included with all private rooms and internet and Wi-Fi are free.
HI Bangkok hostel is centrally located in walking distance to temples and other landmarks including the infamous Kao San Road, and, Chao Praya River, where you can take an exciting boat ride to the temple of dawn.
What travellers think
I started my trip with a Youth Hostel thinking I would meet some like minded people who I could get infos and tipps from like on previous stays with HI. Unfortunately (well, just for this piece), I barely met anyone and the hostel was the most quiet one I have ever seen. For two days I thought I was the only guest even though it is in walking distance to Kohsang Road. On the other hand I really enjoyed the good night's sleep for the same reason. :-)
Sun 22 Nov 2015
Very friendly and helpful staff, speaking very good english. Nice and comfy place not far from bus stop, street market and restaurants. Check in 24 hours. Breakfast included but not really suitable for vegans... Only bad sides the amount of stairs you have to climb if you have a big backpack to carry like we did and the bed is hard as rock but I guess this is Thai style! :) The room was big, with air conditioning and pretty clean for the price. We would definitely go again if needed.
Sat 07 Nov 2015
Budget meal tip
The local shops that line he Sam Sen roadheading towards Khao San Road
Thu 24 Apr 2014
Vimanmek Mansion, Khao San Road, Dusit Road,
Thu 24 Apr 2014