21 Best Cheap Hotels And Resorts In Thailand

Thailand is a unique travel destination that many holidaymakers should have on their bucket lists. The country is a melting pot of diverse cultures, a wide range of cuisines, thrilling events and festivals, and towering Buddhist temples, making it one of the top holiday spots in Southeast Asia.

If you’re thinking about booking a trip to this beautiful country, you may be looking for accommodation options that won’t clean out your savings.

Look no further, we’ve listed down 21 hotels and resorts that offer the most bang for your buck. These places offer rooms for between THB 500 to THB 2500 ($13 to $70) per night.

*Note that prices vary depending on the season, websites, and other circumstances.

Affordable Accommodations In Thailand

Ban’s Diving Resort (Around THB 1,130 -/+)

Owned and run by a local family, Ban’s Diving Resort is centrally located in the tourist zone of Haad Sairee in Koh Tao. While the resort does boast a beautiful topography and a quiet retreat on the hill, it is best known for offering one of the best diving programs in the country.

The price of Ban’s diving programs ranges from THB 2,500 to THB 11,000. The resort also offers Emergency First Response (EFR) classes.

One thing to note about Ban’s is that there are two distinct areas on the property. On the one side is the more elegant upper zone with updated rooms and an outdoor pool. On the other side lies the older wing that sits by the beach.

Casa De Mar, Koh Samui (Around THB 1,830 -/+)

21 Best Cheap Hotels And Resorts In Thailand

The Casa De Mar resort in Koh Samui is a tranquil and romantic resort found in a quiet corner in the northern part of Chaweng proper. The property features relaxed villas and contemporary rooms with air-conditioning and rainfall showers. It also has an outdoor pool with pristine views of the sea.

The hotel is perfect for people looking for lively mornings and peaceful evenings as the property is far from the party bars in downtown Chaweng. Casa De Mar also has no beach of its own, but there is a short set of stairs outdoors that lead to nearby sands.

Casa De Mar has an on-site restaurant and bar with seating set directly by the water. The restaurant and bar also serve a variety of regional and international dishes as well as a free breakfast buffet.

Amata Patong (Around THB 650 -/+)

Located in the heart of Patong, Amata offers guests easy access to Patong Beach and the world-famous walking streets of Bangla, making it the perfect hotel to book if you enjoy nightlife and shopping.

Amata Patong is an amazing accommodation option offering guests full-board, half-board, and self-catering options. The property also offers more than 200 guest rooms, each of which is equipped with a minibar, a safe, and a small balcony overlooking the cityscape.

There are two pools on the property, including an infinity pool on the rooftop and a kids’ pool on the ground level. There is also an on-site restaurant serving reasonably priced Thai dishes.

Deevana Patong Resort & Spa (Around THB 860 -/+)

The Deevana Patong Resort & Spa is a stunning property tucked away in a quiet alley on the outskirts of Patong. The resort features beautifully landscaped pathways, a spa with a whirlpool tub, and 216 rooms with picture-perfect views of the pool or on-site garden. The staff at Deevana prides itself in ensuring that every corner of the resort is clean.

If you are looking for accommodation located on quiet, peaceful grounds, the Deevana Resort could be the best choice. However, it is important to note that it would take about a 15- to 20-minute walk to get to Patong Beach or the city center. While it’s not ideal for guests who want to be in the center of the action, there are plenty of things to do on the property for solo travelers, couples, and families.

Apsara Beachfront Resort and Villa (THB 2,140)

Pristine. Unspoiled. These are often the words that many use to describe the Apsara Beachfront Resort & Villa. The property is set near a white sandy beach in Phang Nga Province and is conveniently located 90 minutes away from Phuket International Airport. Apsara is truly the perfect place to be for people who want to wind down, relax, and indulge in nature.

Apsara offers many stunning features and amenities, including modern rooms with terraces, villas with private pools, two on-site restaurants and bars, and two small fitness rooms. The property also offers guests an uncrowded beach with friendly waves, making it a great location to develop your surfing skills. If you’re a nature lover, there is a nearby mangrove forest set against the jungle background of a nearby national park.

Pai Village Boutique Resort & Farm (Around THB 1,860 -/+)

The Pai Village Boutique Resort markets itself as a home away from home, and rightly so. This award-winning eco-resort features an oasis of lush, green gardens, traditional Thai-style cottages, and the breeze from the nearby Pai River.

The Pai Village Boutique Resort offers guests rooms designed for comfort and relaxation. Some rooms also come with porches equipped with hammocks, swings, or outdoor daybeds. The property also boasts a local farm where guests can enjoy postcard-perfect sunsets, a calming stream, flower-lined walkways, and a pond filled with beautiful carp and koi fishes.

What sets the Pai Boutique Resort apart from other hotels is The Blue Ox, an on-site restaurant that is also known as Pai’s most popular restaurant. The Blue Ox fills the resort with mouthwatering scents of barbecue and Thai delicacies. The restaurant is also led by a chef who had recently been featured on Iron Chef Thailand.

Good Times Resort (Around THB 1,270 -/+)

Designed for both business and leisure, the Good Times Resort Kanchanaburi offers guests a great atmosphere set against the background of the mighty River Kwai. The property boasts air-conditioned rooms fitted with flat-screen TVs, fridges, and en suite bathrooms with shower facilities. The resort also boasted a large outdoor pool and a spa where guests can enjoy a soothing Thai massage.

There is an on-site restaurant that provides a wide range of Thai and international dishes made of only fresh and quality ingredients. The on-site bar also serves cocktails, wines, beers, and cold beverages.

Khaolak Emerald Beach Resort & Spa (Around THB 1,600 -/+)

The Khao Lak Emerald Beach Resort & Spa is a sprawling property that provides guests with a mix of value and comfort as well as an array of amenities designed for travelers looking for convenience and relaxation. The resort features spacious and bright rooms fitted with balconies with views of the pool and the ocean. There are also two outdoor pools, one of which is equipped with a large water slide for children.

If you are traveling with family, the resort has a large selection of kid-friendly activities, including cycling and kayaking. The resort is also near a number of restaurants within walking distance. Some restaurants offer Thai food, others offer Indian dishes. If you’re looking for things to do, the Khao Lak Emerald Beach Resort & Spa is also near popular attractions, such as the Ton Pring Waterfall and the Arts and Crafts Emporium.

Zama Resort (Around THB 1,570 -/+)

The Zama Resort in Koh Phangan offers value for money. The property is a relaxing resort with spectacular views of the ocean and sunsets. It’s also conveniently located near lots of places to eat and drink, with dining options available around a 3-kilometre walk in each direction.

Zama Resort features dozens of air-conditioned guestrooms with private bathrooms fitted with hot shower facilities. Guests booking a room at the resort are also granted access to a private beach and a swimming pool with an open area where you can enjoy eating breakfast and having a drink while enjoying breathtaking sunsets.

Tony Resort (Around THB 590 -/+)

The Tony Resort Patong offers guests the chance to experience the uniquely classic warmth of Thai hospitality. Being one of Patong’s longest-established resorts, the property boasts an oasis of secluded tranquillity in the heart of Patong but still with access to the nightlife and shopping options in Phuket.

Every room in the Tony Resort Patong is fitted with tiled flooring, air-conditioning, satellite TV, and a fully-stocked minibar. The rooms also feature traditional Thai decor that compliments views of the pool. Apart from accommodations, guests can also take a dip in the outdoor pool or experience traditional Thai massage in the on-site spa.

The Tony Resort is located a little over 0.5 miles from the Jungceylon Shopping Mall and a 20-minute drive to Phuket Town.

Samed Villa Resort (Around THB 1,400 -/+)

The Samed Villa Resort may be affordable. However, it offers guests a lush tropical escape facing the white sands and turquoise blue waters of Ao Phai Beach. As it’s located near the sea, guests who stay at the Samed Villa Resort have access to several water activities, including kayaking, snorkeling, and boat trips.

The Samed Villa Resort is located 1 km away from Samed Village, 1.5 km from Samed Main Pier, 4.8 km from the Khao Laem Ya National Park, 6.4 km from Rayong Aquarium, and 13.9 km from Rayong Botanical Garden.

Sunset Beach Resort (Around THB 790 -/+)

Get away from the hustle and bustle of the city when you stay at the Sunset Beach Resort in Patong, Phuket. The property features 131 rooms, some of which offer balconies with views of the sea, and others were fitted with kitchenettes and seafront balconies.

The Sunset Beach Resort is located just across the street from Kalim Beach in North Patong. However, some guests have complained about the nearby beach’s narrow shores and occasionally rough current. If you don’t plan on spending time at the beach, the property features an outdoor lagoon-style pool with a swim-up bar and a casual seafront dining area.

Thai House Beach Resort (Around THB 1,360 -/+)

The Thai House Beach Resort is set on the sands of Koh Samui island’s Lamai Beach, making it a go-to destination for travellers looking to spend their time lounging under the sun and exploring the surrounding waters. The resort was designed to have beachfront views with little to no interruptions and is marketed as being a great accommodation for couples and families looking for peaceful isolation and quiet retreat.

There are plenty of things to do at the Thai House Beach Resort. Guests can stretch out their muscles and lounge on the sandy beach, participate in the resort’s various outdoor activities and water sports, or relax while surrounded by towering palm trees and lush vegetation.

The Thai Beach House Resort is near more than a dozen restaurants, including Benny’s Diner and The Basilhouse Restaurant.

The Senses Resort & Pool Villas (THB 1,400)

The Senses Resort & Pool Villas is a stylish hillside hotel offering sleek rooms, expansive suites, and glass elevators overlooking Patong. The hotel also features a rooftop pool, swim-up bar, and a casual restaurant set against a backdrop of the city.

Apart from the views, the hotel also offers guests a clean spa with treatment rooms and a solarium, a kids’ club with a colorful playroom, and a small fitness center with free weights and cardio equipment.

If you are considering staying at The Senses Resort and Pool Villas, the hillside location may be challenging for those with limited mobility. However, the great views make up for the steep climb.

Milky Bay Resort (Around THB 980 -/+)

Set under a crisp, blue sky, and overlooking the soft milky beach of Ban Tai Bay, this resort in Koh Phangan offers guests a tropical getaway complete with an outdoor pool and a calm inviting ocean. All rooms in the resort are designed with beautiful Thai decor, fully-stocked mini bars, air-conditioning, and outdoor spaces. Some rooms are also fitted with plunge pools and living spaces.

The Milky Bay Resort provides guests with a wide range of activities on-site. There are two bars at the resort: one features a pool table and another a ping-pong table. The resort also has a massage pavilion, sauna, and herbal steam room. The open-air restaurant on-site serves authentic Thai dishes and freshly made Italian pizzas. Along the sandy beach, guests can also enjoy a range of water activities.

The Milky Bar Resort is located within walking distance of bars, restaurants, and shops, which means some rooms may experience noise from nearby bars.

Railay Phutawan Resort (Around THB 960 -/+)

Railay Phutawan Resort, formerly known as the Railay Highland Resort, offers perhaps one of the most relaxing accommodations in Thailand. The newly-renovated property is set on a jungle-shrouded hill of Railay, located about 10 minutes away from east and west beaches. The resort is also surrounded by lush green mountains and the beautiful Andaman Sea, offering guests stunning views of the immense limestone cliffs and wilderness.

The 40-room hotel features plenty of amenities, including an infinity pool, a pool bar, an on-site Thai and Western restaurant, several relaxation areas, and access to the beach. There is no fitness center, spa, or massage service at the resort. All 40 rooms at Railay Phutawan Resort are fitted with flat-screen TVs, minibars, and free coffee, tea, and bottled water. Having said that, only eight rooms have direct views of the cliff and sea.

Secret Garden Beach Resort (Around THB 1,490 -/+)

Located on the sands of the Big Buddha Beach, the Secret Garden Beach Resort is an intimate, 14-bungalow boutique property offering spacious, modern, and stylish rooms with lovely views of the on-site garden or the palm-fringed sands of Bang Rak beach.

There are plenty of facilities at the property. Amenities include a pool with lounge chairs, an open-air restaurant serving Thai and international dishes, nightly-themed entertainment, happy hour cocktails, and a massage hut on the beach. Each bungalow is fitted with a cable TV, a DVD player, a refrigerator, an in-room safe, and coffee/tea making facilities.

The Secret Garden Beach Resort is located 7km from Chaweing Viewpoint, 8km from Winnie Garden, 1.6km from Bophut Beach, and 1.3km from Samui International Airport.

Baan Tye Wang Hotel (Around THB 1,670 -/+)

Located in the heart of the historic city of Ayutthaya, the Baan Tye Wang Hotel offers guests stylish boutique accommodations and rooms fitted with a flat-screen TV and an open-air rain shower. Each of the rooms opens out to a private balcony with lovely canal views, an outdoor seater, Western breakfast, and bike rental.

The Baan Tye Wang Hotel doesn’t have plenty to offer in terms of amenities. However, it gives guests the chance to experience traditional Thai culture and way of living through excellent hospitality. The hotel is located near the Si Suriyothai Park, Sanam Rat, Wat Chaiwatthanaram, and Chao Sam Phraya National Museum.

Baan Bophut Beach Hotel Samui – SHA Extra Plus (THB 2,070 -/+)

Located in the famous Fisherman’s Village in Koh Samui, the Baan Bophut Beach Hotel offers visitors rooms with access to the Bophut Beach and mear dozens of quaint shophouse restaurants and local boutique shops. Each of the property’s 14 rooms is fitted with a king bed, a flat-screen TV, and a balcony with a view of the sea. Each room is also treated with picture-perfect views of the sunrise and sunset.

The Baan Bophut Beach Hotel provides guests with an authentic dining experience at the on-site Lemongrass Cafe, relaxing drinks from the Spirit House Beachside Bar, a book library, a beautiful landscaped harden, and DVD movie library, and motorbike rentals.

Nearby attractions include The Wharf Shopping Mall, Tesco Lotus Shopping Center, Bang Rak Pier, Big Buddha, Wat Plai Laem, and the Crocodile Farm.

The Waterfront Boutique Hotel (Around THB 1,500 -/+)

Featuring 18 bungalow-style rooms, the Waterfront Boutique Hotel is a small and mid-range resort located on the quietest end of Koh Samui’s Bophut Beach. Each room is well-lit and designed with white floors and large windows, giving guests lovely views of the beach. Visitors are also treated to daily continental breakfast, bike rental, Wi-Fi, DVDs, and free roundtrip transportation to and from the airport.

The Waterfront Boutique Hotel is near the Winnie Garden, Chaweng Viewpoint, Wat Lamai Folklore Museum, Bophut Beach, Bang Rak Beach, and Mae Nam Beach.

Am Samui Palace (Around THB 1,620 -/+)

Sitting in the heart of Lamai, the Am Samui Palace provides guests with bright and airy contemporary Asian suites with quality amenities and roomy balconies. The property also features family and honeymoon suites with floor-to-ceiling windows, cable television, a digital safety box, huge floor plans, and kitchenettes. The rooms either overlook the pool or the garden.

The hotel offers a range of facilities, including two outdoor swimming pools (one of which has a swim-up pool bar), a lush garden, a book library, and an on-site restaurant serving Thai and Western favorites and a breakfast buffet.

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