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About Thailand

Hotels in Thailand come in quite literally every shape and size imaginable. Walk from your personal beach bungalow to the shores of one of hundreds of tiny islands, or survey the Bangkok skyline from the 40th floor. You’ll find that you’ll get much more for your money and can enjoy 5 star luxury for a fraction of the cost. Service is also very highly regarded in Thailand and you’ll find you are very well looked after wherever you stay.

With the whole of Thailand at your disposal it is hard to decide where first to lay your head. The north has jungle, ancient tribes and a glimpse of a Thailand that once was, while the centre is dominated by Bangkok with its monolithic skyscrapers and shopping malls. Down south things are a little calmer, the waves barely even lap at the shores where beach huts rule and life takes a relaxing pace.

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With over 4,000 hotels and apartments, spread right across Thailand we've got you covered wherever you decide to go. We have the best possible prices on all kinds of accommodation from tiny backpacker retreats to luxurious island-bound 5-star resorts.

When To Go

Sitting within the tropics Thailand has just two types of weather for the most part. These are wet and dry and although accompanied by fluctuations in temperature, they’re nothing like that of Europe or America. The things to note are that by and large temperature remains constant around Bangkok and the Islands, cooling off at times in the north. The wettest period runs from July to October, at this time it is best to avoid the north.

Where to Stay

Thailand is an endlessly hospitable nation and accommodation is spread throughout, however, resorts, in their truest sense, are largely found on the islands of the Gulf and the Andaman Coast. Phuket is a great stop as the island has some beautiful beaches, vibrant nightlife and is easy to get to with its own airport. Also worth considering is the small but very famous Ko Phi Phi Don where the film The Beach was filmed. Head to Koh Phangnan for the full moon party and visit Koh Tao for diving. Chang Mai in the north is great for jungle treks and cheap food. Of course Bangkok is a great start or end to any Thailand holiday; we guarantee you’ll have a memorable time.