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Our favorite gay hotels in Bangkok

Stefan Arestis
Our favorite gay hotels in Bangkok

Here's our guide to all the best gay hotels in Bangkok for gay travelers to stay and enjoy the best of Thailand's capital city.

Brash, loud, and unapologetically wild, Bangkok is everything a gay capital should be. The gay life of Bangkok is the stuff of legend, particularly along Silom Soi 2 and 4. As the saying goes, you can find just about anything in the “City of Angels”. If you know where to look that is.

Luckily, Seby and I have been coming for long enough to know exactly where to look by now. Although the majority of downtown Bangkok is extremely gay-friendly, areas like Silom and Bang Rak have become the city’s de-facto rainbow districts. Home to the main gay bars and clubs of Bangkok, these areas are a veritable pleasure zone for visiting gay travelers.

From our experiences in the Thai capital, we have put together a guide to the best gay hotels in Bangkok to help inspire your trip to one of the gayest places in Asia. Whether you just need somewhere simple to rest your head or you're seeking a full-blown five-star luxury treat, our guide to the best gay hotels in Bangkok will have you covered.

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Where to base yourself in Bangkok

As an enormous megacity, Bangkok is best thought of in terms of small villages within a whole rather than as a single entity. Conveniently for gay travelers visiting Thailand, most of Bangkok’s best LGBTQ hubs are located in the heart of the city, so you will be spoilt for choice when considering where to base yourself in Bangkok. We set out the main gay hubs in Bangkok below but for more help planning your trip, be sure to check out our detailed gay guide to Bangkok.

  • Silom: The cosmopolitan area around Silom Road is a glamorous and vibrant area of downtown Bangkok. Part of the broader Bang Rak neighborhood, Silom has in recent years become known as Bangkok's main gaybourhood. From dive bars to full-blown gay nightclubs to everything in between, you will find it all in Silom. Most of the action takes place around Soi 4, where the neighborhood is at its gayest! Silom is also home to some of the best gay restaurants in Bangkok.
  • Sathorn: Just south of Silom, Sathorn offers a good selection of gay nightlife with a more polished vibe than its nearby cousin. Expect cocktail lounges and trendy bars as well as some seriously cool hotels.
  • Bang Rak: The wider neighborhood containing Silom, Bang Rak is a glitzy area of central Bangkok that boasts some of the most upmarket hotels in all of Asia.
  • Khlong Toei: Home to Sukhumvit Road and a stretch of the Chao Phraya River, up-and-coming Khlong Toei is ideal for those seeking some refined glamor in Bangkok.
  • Pathumwan: North of Bang Rak, Pathumwan is perfect for gay travelers who want to blend the nightlife of Silom with shopping and culture. Home to Siam Square, Bangkok’s busiest mall, and the hip Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre.
  • Khlong San: Located across the river from Bang Rak, this up-and-coming district is home to an increasing number of five-star luxury hotels. 

Budget gay travelers fear not, we've got you covered in our guide to our favorite gay hostels in Bangkok.

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W Bangkok


Our favourite gay friendly, luxurious and quirky hotel in Bangkok is the W Bangkok

Why we love it

  • Wonderfully weird luxury hotel
  • Stunning and relaxing spa
  • Multiple pools and jacuzzi
  • Excellent on-site restaurants

Close to the heart of Bangkok’s gay scene in Silom, the W is one of our favorite places to stay in the Thai capital. This luxurious gay friendly hotel delivers on so many levels, with incredibly luxurious rooms that make us feel like a pair of superstars.

The outdoor pool and fitness center allowed us to keep fit in between wild nights out in Gay Silom, not to mention all of the delicious Thai food we ate. The restaurants at W Bangkok are amazing too.

With everything from French to Thai to Japanese food served at different restaurants throughout the space, we certainly never went hungry during our time at the W!

Then there was the spa area, where we enjoyed lavish treatments that left us looking and feeling like a million dollars before our nights out on the town. We also spent plenty of time at the rooftop pool, which is one of the most beautiful of any in Bangkok as far as we are concerned. With a cocktail in hand, there’s no better place to while away a few hours before heading out for dinner.

Our stay at W Bangkok was one of pure luxury. The amazing staff was as gay-friendly as any in town, whilst the location of this hotel meant we were never more than a stone’s throw from the Thai capital’s awesome LGBTQ hub in Silom.


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The Quarter Hotel Silom by UHG


Quarter Silom gay hotel in Bangkok on Silom Soi 6.

Why we love it

  • Well located close to Silom Soi 4
  • Love the generous breakfast buffet
  • Modern gym, also popular with locals!
  • Lots of gays stay here…easy to bring a date here – nudge nudge wink wink!

Quarter is our favorite gay hotel in Bangkok at the moment. We stayed here during our recent gay trip to Bangkok in early 2024 and loved it.

First up, location. It's on Silom Soi 6, the road famous for having all the gay massage parlors. Super handy if you want a gay massage in Bangkok. It's also a short hop and a skip down the road from the gay bars of Silom Soi 4.

Then there's the cool, hip, trendy feel of it. We felt correct staying here. The gym is fabulous – not the biggest, but well equipped to do a range of heavyweights, pull-ups, various leg exercises, and treadmills. I normally loathe the treadmill, but in a city with few parks and lots of humidity/pollution, the treadmill is well received. The changing rooms each have a sauna and steam room which get busy(!) at certain hours of the day. There's also an outdoor pool, but because it's not heated I only ever used it when feeling hot and sweaty after a big gym session.

The rooms are a fair size. We managed as a gay couple and stayed here fine for a good 10 days. Some have a balcony if you wanna smoke, and others overlook the pool. They're split over two blocks. The first is above the gym area with the rooftop. The other is towards the back: if you want to avoid being seen by the reception staff as you enter, perhaps book a room in this block!

Not that ONGs is an issue. We never tried, but we often quipped that it would unlikely raise eyebrows given that most of the staff are local gay guys and they must be used to all sorts happening here! Most of the guests are gay men…I mean, it would be given the location!

The breakfast buffet is well worth it. It's a full mix of continental, Asian, eggs cooked to order, and then really random things like penne, or mac and cheese! Not complaining though. It's open till late – 11 am, so fills you up nicely till the late afternoon.


Mandarin Oriental Bangkok

Bang Rak

The Mandarin Oriental is a high class and gay friendly place to stay while you're visiting Bangkok

Why we love it

  • Very swanky luxury hotel
  • Two Michelin-starred restaurant on site
  • Close to Bangkok's gay scene
  • Makes you feel like royalty

This gay friendly hotel is the epitome of five-star luxury in Bangkok. The Mandarin Oriental might just be the swankiest hotel in the Thai capital and our time here was one packed with pampering. 

For starters, the rooms are decked out in rare teak woods and fine Thai silks. On top of that, the unbeatable views through our floor-to-ceiling windows were maybe the best we enjoyed in Bangkok. We really felt like Thai royalty!

During our stay at the Mandarin Oriental Bangkok, Seby was missing the flavors of his native France, and so we thought we would treat ourselves. Le Normandie is a two Michelin-starred restaurant located inside the hotel that serves some of the most sophisticated Gallic fare this side of the Seine. Indulging in foie gras and Bordeaux wines, our resident Frenchman never looked so happy!

Located in Bang Rak, the Mandarin Oriental is a top choice for gay boys in Bangkok as it is just a hop, skip, and a jump away from the vibrant LGBTQ scene in Silom. We partied all night before making the short stroll back to our sanctuary at this luxurious five-star palace. Also, make sure you try out the Afternoon Tea at the Authors' Lounge – it's goooood!


The Tarntawan Hotel Surawong Bangkok

Bang Rak

The Tarntawan Hotel Surawong Bangkok is a lovely mid-range choice for those who want to be right in the heart of Bangkok's gay area

Why we love it

  • Complimentary breakfast is available all-day
  • Cocktail party for guests on Tuesdays
  • Cool lobby lounge bar and restaurant
  • Short walk to Bangkok's gay scene

Just a short walk to the gay scene at Silom, the Tarntawan Hotel is one of our favorite gay hotels in Bangkok. Offering amazing value for your money, The Tarntawan is ideal for those seeking luxury on a budget in Bangkok.

We adored the rooms at this hotel, which blend the best of Thai traditions with all of the comforts you would expect from a modern four-star hotel.

The bed was one of the comfiest we slept in during our time in Thailand whilst the complimentary bathrobes were a lovely little touch of star treatment. Lumphini Park is just down the street from this hotel, a blessing in this concrete jungle of a city! Seby and I spent plenty of time strolling amid the lush gardens before heading back to our hotel to get ready for a night out on the tiles in Silom. 

Due to its proximity to the gay scene in Silom and Soi 4, this is known to be one of the most gay-friendly hotels in Bangkok, so we felt super comfortable throughout our stay here. We also loved how quiet this hotel was even though it is in a bustling neighborhood, a perk of its location set back from the busy main street.


Banyan Tree Bangkok


The Banyan Tree hotel in Bangkok is close to the gay neighbourhood and has an incredible rooftop restaurant and bar!

Why we love it

  • Peaceful and zen hotel
  • Incredible rooftop restaurant and bar
  • Lovely swimming pool and spa
  • First-class restaurants in-house

This deluxe five-star gay friendly hotel in Sathorn is as plush as they come. A stay here will leave you feeling like a true VIP, whilst the delights of Silom are just a short trip away.

Banyan Tree is one of the most high-end hotels in Bangkok. From the incredible rooms offering guests unparalleled views of the Thai capital to the first-class restaurants located on-site, everything about Banyan Tree screams exclusivity. 

The decor at this hotel has to be one of its major plus points. Classy without ever going too far and entering tacky territory, there is a perfect balance between classic and modern throughout Banyan Tree Bangkok. This hotel is also a top option for gay boys who like to stay in shape, with one of the best gyms of any luxury Bangkok hotel. Throw in the sauna and steam facilities and you’ll be more than prepared for a night out enjoying the nearby gay scene in Silom.

We enjoyed one of the most memorable drinks of our trip to Bangkok at Banyan Tree’s Vertigo Bar. True to its name, this section of the hotel sits atop the roof and provides perhaps the finest views of any place in the entire city. Not for the faint of heart, or stomach!


SO Sofitel Bangkok


The SO/ Bangkok hotel has some of the most incredible views in Bangkok and luxurious rooms

Why we love it

  • Tastefully luxurious
  • Romantic rooftop bar
  • Incredible SO Spa
  • Best sunset view in Bangkok

Offering the utmost in modern luxury at the heart of Sathorn, SO Sofitel is one of our top picks for gay-friendly hotels in Bangkok. Not only will you be close to all of the action at the city’s top gay nightlife zones, yet a stay at this luxury hotel will leave you feeling oh so special.

Like so many of the city’s luxury hotels, SO Sofitel Bangkok boasts an awesome rooftop bar that should not be missed.

Towering over Bangkok, the thirty-storey SO Sofitel is a study in contemporary style. Taking inspiration from the five elements, this is one of our favorite modern hotels in Bangkok. For us, the true highlight of this hotel is the amazing SO Spa, an enchanted forest of a place were all manner of treatments and experiences await. Along with a pool and fitness center, guests have some serious options when it comes to pampering at SO Sofitel.

The staff here are amazing, friendly yet professional and always gay-friendly. In fact, due to the fact that SO Sofitel sits just a ten-minute stroll from Bangkok’s gay hub of Silom, the hotel is often packed with cosmopolitan gay boys enjoying this calm urban oasis in between soaking up the city’s vibrant LGBTQ scene.


VIE Hotel Bangkok, MGallery


For a gay friendly hotel with quirky art in Bangkok, head to the Vie Hotel by MGallery

Why we love it

  • Groovy art hotel
  • Fabulous rooftop pool
  • Sexy on-site bar and yummy restaurant
  • Gorgeous views of Bangkok

This hotel is one of our top picks for culture vultures in Bangkok. VIE Hotel Bangkok, MGallery is packed with highbrow charm thanks to original art, sculpture, and incredibly tasteful decor throughout.

Located in Ratchathewi, it's conveniently located close enough to the gay hubs of Silom, Sathorn, and Bang Rak, allowing you to dip in and out, to our heart's content!

There is a rooftop pool, spa, and fitness center to get you in tip-top shape for a night on the town. What a way to top up your tan around the pool while sipping the expertly mixed cocktails from the adjacent bar right?! The rooms are super-stylish and without a doubt one of the most original we've seen from all the hotels we researched in Bangkok. The views through the floor-to-ceiling windows are to die for – reason enough to return to the VIE Hotel!

Our gay friends who stayed here loved the fact that the staff is discreet yet friendly, without so much as a raised eyebrow as they checked in a gay couple. With such a convenient location to Bangkok’s gay hotspots, you can guarantee that the VIE Hotel Bangkok, MGallery hosts plenty of gay boys week in, week out!

Another top highlight here is the chic La VIE restaurant, which is home to one of the best wine lists in Thailand and a unique interpretation of traditional haute cuisine. For originality and style in the Ratchathewi area, you need not look any further than the excellent VIE Hotel Bangkok, MGallery.


Siam@Siam, Design Hotel Bangkok


The Siam@Siam is a cool and quirky gay hotel in Bangkok

Why we love it

  • Very unique and quirky décor
  • Lovely rooftop infinity pool
  • Gay friendly and helpful staff
  • Rooftop bar and in-house restaurant

Siam@Siam, Design Hotel Bangkok is a truly unique place to stay in the Pathumwan neighborhood just south of Ratchathewi. Close to all of the top gay hubs, this hotel is an oasis of art and culture in one of the city’s busiest districts.

Each room here is unique yet they all have a common thread. They're all wonderfully dramatic, decked out in the most luxurious of materials, and never, ever boring!

Without a doubt, the rooftop infinity pool that overlooks the city is a major draw to spending a few days here. You'll just love unwinding here after a long day of shopping or sightseeing with a few leisurely lengths of what has to be one of Bangkok’s most ideally situated swimming pools!

Siam@Siam, Design Hotel Bangkok is one of the coolest hotels in Bangkok and as such, it is a magnet for gay guys. This means that the staff at this city center hotel are incredibly gay-friendly and they are chilled whenever two men cozy up at the bar or anywhere else in the hotel.


Le Meridien Bangkok

Bang Rak

Our favourite hotel when we're staying in Bangkok's gay district is the beautiful and luxurious Le Meridien Hotel

Why we love it

  • Luxurious 5-star hotel with incredible views
  • Stunning outdoor pool
  • On-site restaurant, cafe and bars
  • Excellent fitness centre and relaxing spa

By now, anybody who knows a thing or two about hotels around the world will tell you that Le Meridien has become a byword for class and quality everywhere. Well, the group’s Bangkok offering is no different.

This five-star gay friendly establishment at the heart of the city’s plush business district is as luxurious as they come.

Le Meridien Bangkok features some of the swankiest rooms anywhere, with impeccable style and every kind of convenience one could ask for. It's just a few minute's stroll to the city’s wildest gay nightlife zones, whilst the hotel itself remains a beacon of calm. You'll love returning to your plush room after a night of partying and feeling soothed, safe, and secure in every way.

The rooftop pool and bar offered up some serious relaxation throughout the day, ideal to nurse the inevitable hangover after a night out in Silom! It’s also worth mentioning that the breakfast at Le Meridien Bangkok is rated as one of the best in the city, famed for its offering of variety and quality. When it comes to fuelling up for a day of shopping or sightseeing, this place is the perfect recipe!

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The Peninsula Bangkok

Khlong San

The Peninsula is one of the most luxurious gay hotels in Bangkok with a prime riverfront location

Why we love it

  • Beautiful traditional design rooms
  • One of the top luxury hotels in Bangkok
  • Gorgeous pool and poolside bungalows
  • Three different restaurants in the hotel

Plush five-star gay friendly luxury at the heart of Khlong San? It could only be The Peninsula Bangkok. During our visit to this first-class hotel, you can't help but feel impressed by the stunning riverside location, extensive facilities, and classy restaurants.

The Peninsula Bangkok has carved out a reputation as one of the city’s top luxury establishments down the years and it’s not tough to see why.

The staff is well known for being welcoming to everyone, especially gay travelers. As for the rooms at The Peninsula Bangkok, these too are impeccable in more ways than one. Check out the dramatic use of dark wood and marble throughout the rooms, which adds to the luxurious vibe of the hotel, making it feel almost refreshingly classical. 

There’s a gorgeous outdoor pool area for chilling at The Peninsula, whilst the fitness center boasts absolutely everything you might need to pump up those pecs before heading for a big night out in nearby Silom. When you’re peckish, The Peninsula offers guests a range of dining options including Thai, Cantonese, and Western. Of course, because this is The Peninsula, all of these are executed in an elegant way that will provide a memorable eating experience for any guest lucky enough to stay at this hotel.


Le Siam Hotel

Bang Rak

Le Siam is a gay friendly and affordable accommodation option for gay travellers to Bangkok

Why we love it

  • Comfy and affordable
  • Close to Silom and the gay scene
  • Outdoor pool and hot tub
  • Relaxing in-house library and bar

The Bang Rak neighborhood is a favorite with cosmopolitan gay boys visiting Bangkok. Not only is Bang Rak close to Silom and all of its many delights, but the area itself is a vibrant, polished zone filled with things to do.

Le Siam Hotel sits at the heart of Bang Rak and Silom, making it an ideal choice for visiting gay guys. This boutique hotel is pure class and a more affordable alternative to the big-name chains.

Le Siam Hotel is frequented by many gay guys thanks to its unbeatable location. The rooms at this hotel are pleasantly decorated in an airy style with plenty of natural light streaming in through the windows, which offer views across Silom.

Yet Le Siam is much more than a pretty face! During your stay here, you'll love those lazy afternoons around the pristine pool area, ideal for unwinding after a big night out in Silom. On quiet evenings, you can head over to the in-house library to curl up with a book and a freshly made cocktail from the bar. Whether you’re in town for rest, fun, or a bit of both, Le Siam's got you covered.


The St. Regis Bangkok


The St Regis Bangkok is a lovely and gay friendly place to stay

Why we love it

  • Stunning views
  • Very luxurious
  • Huge and gorgeous pool area
  • Gym and spa available

The St. Regis Bangkok is located in the Pathumwan neighborhood close to the gay hubs of Silom, Sathorn, and Bang Rak. A study in luxurious elegance, this hotel provides gays with a friendly place to rest their heads.

You'll love the location of this hotel, which sits at the heart of the city’s most exciting district. By day you can sightsee until you drop before hitting the nearby gay bars and nightclubs.

For those looking to keep fit, there’s a well-equipped gym whilst the pool is ideal for either exercise or simply a dip in between sipping cocktails! The Elemis Spa at The St. Regis Bangkok offers some of the finest wellness treatments in town, just in case you fancy a bit of pampering.

The entire hotel sings with the kind of refined chic style that you just don’t see every day. Rooms are warm yet modern, with gorgeous touches like locally made art and Thai teak furniture adding a dash of authenticity. Make no mistake, The St. Regis Bangkok is a rare breed of luxury five-star hotel that will leave you feeling like a true VIP from start to finish.


Millennium Hilton Bangkok

Khlong San

The Hilton brand is very gay friendly, so the Millenium Hilton in Bangkok is a great spot for gay travellers to base themselves

Why we love it

  • Incredibly luxurious and decadent
  • Beautiful rooftop bar
  • Amazing spa for pampering
  • Stunning pool and 24-hour gym

One of the most luxurious hotels in town, Millennium Hilton Bangkok is a true treat for gay boys visiting the Thai capital. The hotel’s location just across the river from Bang Rak and Silom makes it perfect for LGBTQ people coming to Bangkok.

The brand of Millennium Hilton commands respect and it is through the sheer luxury of their establishments that they have earned this.

Millennium Hilton Bangkok is pure decadence, offering guests the opportunity to feel like a superstar during their stay in town. The rooms at Millennium Hilton Bangkok are fabulous, with modern decor and some of the finest views of the city to be found at any hotel. The public areas of the hotel are jaw-droppingly gorgeous. On top of this, the spa and beauty treatments at Eforea are renowned for making you feel meltingly relaxed.

Then there’s the pool area here, which is known as The Beach, a stunning section of the hotel featuring an infinity-edge pool and spa pools. Home to three gourmet restaurants, a panoramic bar, and a cafe, Millennium Hilton is the kind of place that will live long in the memory of everybody who comes to stay.


Capella Bangkok

Yan Nawa

The Capella Bangkok is a brand new luxury hotel with gorgeous views over the river

Why we love it

  • Unique and dreamy luxury hotel
  • Amazing spa with so many treatments
  • Delicious restaurant
  • Choose from rooms and villas

This brand-new gay friendly luxury resort on the banks of the Chao Phraya River might just have changed the game for five-star accommodation in Bangkok.

As far as we are concerned, Capella Bangkok is the most unique luxury hotel in the Thai capital right now. Your stay here is bound to be dreamy. From the waterfront villa to the sheer pampering at the spa, Capella is bound to surpass all expectations.

Hotels simply don’t come much better than this. The food at Capella, for example, comes courtesy of a three-Michelin-starred chef and changed the way we thought about Thai cuisine forever. Plain old curry and rice this is not! As for that stunning villa we mentioned? Sheer luxury! One of our gay friends who stayed here raved about the softness of the sheets and the quality of the furniture, which made him feel like a true celebrity!

At Auriga Wellness, you are treated to a dizzying array of treatments and therapies that are inspired by traditional Thai and Asian methods. Afterward, you'll feel so relaxed that you'll have to cancel your night out and spend the evening soaking up the vibe in that stunning riverside villa. With a location not far from the gay hubs of Silom and beyond, we think that Capella Bangkok, although brand new, might just be the most exciting luxury hotel in the city.


Centara Grand at Centralworld


Centara Grand is a luxurious hotel in a skyscraper where gay travellers to Bangkok can enjoy incredible views

Why we love it

  • Amazing skyscraper hotel
  • Award-winning spa with spa pools
  • Incredible rooftop bar and swimming pool
  • Discreet and gay friendly staff

Pathumwan has long been a prized destination for gay boys visiting Bangkok and Centara Grand at Centralworld only strengthens that bond. This five-star skyscraper hotel offers a truly swanky experience that we think ranks among the very best that Thailand has to offer for gay travelers.

With such a great location close to Bangkok’s top LGBTQ hubs, the staff here are gay-friendly and discreet in the very best of ways.

The rooms have some of the most dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows, making for some stunning panoramic views. The design blends modern convenience with traditional Thai elegance to make for a perfect balance.

The spa here is award-winning, so you know you’ll have the perfect opportunity for some R&R the morning after the night before. Enjoy private massage rooms and pampering spa pools at Spa Cenvaree, where the staff will cater to your every whim.

As if you might need any further confirmation that this hotel is a million miles away from your run-of-the-mill Bangkok accommodation, there are a slew of luxury food and drink options at your disposal. Head to CRU Champagne Bar, Uno Mas, and Red Sky Bar for delicious drinks and panoramic views of Bangkok. When you’re ready to eat, The World International Restaurant offers all manner of global fare whilst Dynasty specializes in refined Cantonese cuisine. Then there's Zing Café which is ideal for light bites at any time of the day.

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Stefan Arestis

Hey everyone, I'm Stefan, the curly-haired Greek flavor behind the gay travel blog Nomadic Boys. Together with my other half, I have explored more than 90 countries across 5 continents. What I love most about traveling is discovering the local gay scene, making new friends, learning new cultures. I've written about LGBTQ travel in numerous online publications such as Gaycation Magazine, Gaycities, Gay Times and Pink News as well as for other non-gay-specific publications including Lonely Planet, The New York Times, The Guardian, and The Huffington Post. Check my full bio here.