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What would you say are the best business hotels in Bangkok?

And also, how much is the "average" price (if there is such a thing) of a Bangkok hotel with decent business facilities -- you know, meeting rooms, good restaurants, etc? I would love to hear your opinions. - Terry (Guest)

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Business hotels make life easier for corporate travelers in Bangkok. Between the crazy traffic, rushing crowds, and tightly-knit appointments, it can be hard to cope with your business schedule and itinerary, but thanks to strategically placed business hotels, doing business in the city has never been easier. The best ones are not necessarily the most expensive, although luxury hotels do have their advantages, especially equipment-wise.

Dusit Thani Bangkok overlooks Lumpini Park and is very close to both the BTS and MRT stations for quick and easy travel around town. On-site are impressive business amenities, ranging from the recently upgrade business centre to the club lounge, where you can easily catch up with work.

Hansar Bangkok is a boutique style business hotel convenient to both the Ploenchit and Silom business districts. Transport links closeby include the BTS Skytrain, which connects to the rest of the city. Rooms and suites have enough space to accommodate work and play, and business guests have the advantage of executive events spaces, right on the rooftop, which affords spectacular views of the city.

Grand Hyatt Erawan is well equipped for business travel, featuring a dedicated executive floor, along with modern business centre and meeting facilities, perfect for corporate events. Bangkok's most important business districts surround this Rajdamri Road area.


Bangkok is one of the busiest cities in Asia. Traffic ensues even late at night. For business travelers, it's best to book hotels that are strategically located in the city, depending on their itineraries.

The Okura Prestige provides a covered walkway that is directly linked to Phloen Chit BTS Skytrain network. Situated in the Central Business district, destinations such as Central Embassy, CentralWorld, Gaysorn Plaza, and Siam Paragon can be reached by foot. The hotel boasts 3 outstanding restaurants and spacious and flexible events spaces. After a long day, guests can relax at the hotel's cantilevered pool, Okura Spa, or the modern fitness center.

Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel provides excellent service for busy travelers. Aside from assisting with luggage and providing limousine service, airport personnel can also help in fast tracking your custom procedures. The subway and Centara Grand & Bangkok Convention Centre are also nearby. All guestrooms come with complimentary handy smartphones with unlimited local calls and 3G data connectivity and direct access to hotel concierge. The hotel boasts a 24-hour health club, 11 dining options, outdoor pool, and meeting and event spaces.

Royal President Hotel offers serviced apartment close to the busy Sukhumvit Road. Close to Sukhumvit subway, Queen Sirikit National Convention Center is just a station away. Ideal for short to long stays, the hotel has a business center, self-service laundry, and tuk-tuk shuttle service. A swimming pool, fitness center, and restaurant are also onsite.

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