Bangkok Hostel @ HQ Hostel Silom.
more than a hostel in Bangkok, Thailand.
Bangkok Hostels is boutique cheap accommodation for backpackers and cheap hostels, travelers ideally located in the most convenience location to go to any shopping area e.g. Siam Paragon, near BTS, MBK, Jatujak (weekend market), or night markets. Choices of food are no limit; from street stalls, cafe' to upscale international restaurants. And for those who prefer exotic nightlife, Patpong, gay and lady red-light district is only steps away.
* FREE American Breakfast
* FREE Wi-Fi
* FREE towel & toiletry
* City center location
* 24/7 check-in and out
* And super comfortable bed and duvet
Welcome to hostel Bangkok on Silom Road, more than hostels in Bangkok, Thailand.
Thailand Bangkok Hostel on Silom Road.
Inspired by the vibrant, artistic energy that fuels international travelers, HQ Bangkok hostel has been designed to blend the attributes of modernity with a unique and creative sensibility. HQ sets stage for its reinvention of hostel. Futuristic facade, neatly polished cement floors, wooden elements with metal furnishing. The new visual experience.
We offer unique presentation and extraordinary experiences with convenience and clean environment. Through passion for traveling, we believe in not devaluing the elements of city’s experience, friendship, and imagination. We have an ambition to build a fresh, imaginative design Bangkok hostel business exceeding customers’ expectation, whilst developing long-term relationships with our guests. We commit to provide outstanding assistance for world’s explorers by our staff professionalism.
Best Hostel in Bangkok, Thailand.
Love, hugs and :)
Free individual locker at your bed
Free computer with high-speed internet
Free Wifi access
24 hour reception and room service
Free comfy bed set
Common area facilities
Free Satellite TV in common area
DVD player with loads of movies
Free answers to your questions
The history of the city of Bangkok,
in Thailand, dates at least to the early–15th century, when it was under the rule of Ayutthaya. Due to its strategic location near the mouth of the Chao Phraya River, the town gradually increased in importance, and after the fall of Ayutthaya King Taksin established his new capital of Thonburi there, on the river's west bank. King Phutthayotfa Chulalok, who succeeded Taksin, moved the capital to the eastern bank in 1782, to which the city dates its foundation under its current Thai name, "Krung Thep Maha Nakhon".
Bangkok has since undergone tremendous changes, growing rapidly, especially in the second half of the 20th century, to become the primate city of Thailand.