Thailand Hotels


Thailand has a huge amount to offer travelers; and this extends to its Hotel portfolio. One can afford to stay in 5 star luxury for the price of basic UK hotel, with 5 star hotels in key locations costing as little as £30 a night. We have a selection of key locations below (with more being added all the time) for you to explore. As with everything on, if you have any specific queries about a location mentioned, or not included, get in contact with us. We have identified five key locations below, click on a destination to find out about the hotels on offer.



Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. Ancient temples, river cruises, shopping complexes & outstanding cuisine, it’s a melting pot of experiences. Initially the busyness may overwhelm, but this is short-lived, its rustic charm combined with modern influences of sky rises and 5 star hotels assist in providing an excellent starting point to explore Thailand.  More..



Koh Samui is an island off the east coast of Thailand. With its white sanded beaches, palm trees and coral reefs, it truly represents paradise. The airport provides direct flights from Bangkok, taking approximately 2.5 hours. Lamai beach, located on the east coast of the island is a must visit, as is the Big Buddha Temple. More..



Chiang Mai is located in Northern Thailand, nestled alongside the Ping River. Visit Chiang Mai to experience its over 300 Buddhist temples, trek the local hills and forests on foot or on elephant, and indulge in the fantastic local cuisine. The city is easily accessible from Bangkok, either by overnight train or one hour flights. More..



Phuket is Thailand’s largest island located in Southern Thailand, in the Andaman Sea. The climate is hot and humid year round with the rainy season around May – October, however it usually rains for only one or two hours a day. Phuket is more built up than the island of Koh Samui yet still offers great beaches, cuisine and the 45m high Big Buddha. More..




Koh Tao is a small island located island located in the gulf of thailand, about 60km from Koh Samui. It’s known famously for its scuba diving, where PADI courses are a lot cheaper than in western countries. The island is far less commercialized than nearby Koh Samui and Koh Phaghan, with incredible beaches and a relaxing vibe. More…







– Chiang Mai

– Phuket

– Koh Samui

– Pattaya

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