The capital of Thailand, Bangkok, has a lot to offer. Besides world-renowned local cuisine, historical monuments and temples coexist harmoniously within the bustling metropolitan city of Bangkok. Bangkok welcomes more than 20 million visitors each year – more than Paris or London. Over the last decade, Bangkok has seen an increase of Muslim visitors from across the globe, and thus, halal hotels have also become more common in Bangkok. Check out these halal hotels in Bangkok and find one that suits your taste and budget.
Luxurious Halal Hotels in Bangkok
Pamper yourself with a luxurious stay in Banyan Tree Bangkok. Enjoy the halal food spread at the roof-top restaurant as you take in the view of Bangkok and the Chao Phraya River below. Banyan Tree is able to maintain a relaxing atmosphere for guests in the midst of the hustle and bustle of Bangkok. No pubs or gambling facilities are connected to the hotel.
Guests can request for prayer mats and female prayer clothes. The minibar inside its luxurious rooms serves complimentary non-alcoholic beverages. Location-wise, this hotel is a paradise for shopaholics, with easy access to popular shopping centres such as Asiatique The Riverfront and CentralWorld.
At Shangri-la, guests can indulge in halal Thai food as well as Middle Eastern cuisine — all the ingredients used are halal-certified. Prayer mats are available in each room and a mosque is also available nearby.
Located by the Chao Phraya River, guests are rewarded with the panoramic view of the river. Shangri-la Bangkok also offers free shuttle boats exclusive for its guests who wish to shop-till-drop at Asiatique The Riverfront.
Mid-range Halal Hotels in Bangkok
Al-Meroz Hotel is the first ever halal hotel in Bangkok. Holding its halal certification from the Gulf Halal organization, Al-Meroz Hotel offers buffet options at all its three restaurants all-day long. Each room is equipped with the Holy Qur’an and prayer mats for Muslim guests to perform their daily prayers. Its strategic location near the Ramkhamhaeng Airport Rail Link Station makes it easy for guests to get around Bangkok.
Al-Meroz Hotel is a favourite among solo female Muslim travellers because it has a floor entirely dedicated to only female guests. Travelling solo is never easier for the ladies!
Marriot Hotel Sukhumvit caters to travellers who want a stylish hotel room without emptying their wallets. Each room comes with a bathtub as well as a breathtaking view of the Bangkok skyline. Chill by the rooftop pool with some books and fresh juice.
All the restaurants at Bangkok Marriot Hotel Sukhumvit whip up halal dishes all day long. With the Skytrain Station located just next to the hotel, you also won’t have to worry about accessibility to the city centre.
Halal Hotels in Bangkok on a Budget
Nouvo City Hotel will appeal to the younger Muslim crowd looking to explore the historic side of Bangkok. Prayer direction is marked inside each room, so that guest don’t have to use their mobile app to find the direction before praying. Praying mats and female prayer clothes are available upon request.
All the alcohol-free restaurants within the hotel are halal-certified and are serving a mouth-watering spread of Thai, Western and Indian cuisines.
If you stay at Nouvo City Hotel during the holy month of Ramadhan, the hotel can arrange for iftar and sahoor meals as well as transportation to the nearby mosque for tarawih prayers. Nouvo City Hotel is near some of the famous historical sites such as The Grand Palace, Khao San Road, and the National Museum.
If you’re headed to Bangkok for an unrivalled shopping experience, consider staying at BelAire Hotel. It is located within walking distance to many shopping malls and BTS Nana, making it easier to explore other parts of Bangkok easy.
For breakfast, a halal buffet is available for you to load up before starting on your shopping quest. Prayer mats are also provided upon request. With its decent room price, you can save the bucks to spend more on retail therapy!