Beanstalk Bangkok

a new concept contemporary boutique hotel

Beanstalk Bangkok

Welcome to our Hotel

Beanstalk Bangkok is a new concept contemporary boutique hotel with 57 guestrooms, 6 categories of room types. The building was carefully designed with a well-thought-of style, from which guests can experience the essence of Thainess through construction materials, thai antique-style furniture, and interior. To provide a sense of sleek, cozy, and sophisticated atmosphere in contemporary design. Besides, renovation the hotel is paying attention to preserving the inheritance story of this building as it was constructed and operate as a hotel in the 1950s, in response to Bangkok's growing role in the Vietnam War when thousands of U.S. military personnel were either stationed or came fore Rest&Recuperation. The hotel has kept welcoming and accommodating over a million guests for the last 70 years.


For the Services concept, Beanstalk Bangkok functions as a gateway to DEEP But SAFE local experiences Live Like Local, that regular tourists never experience. We support our guests who are from beginners to experts of travel in Bangkok to have meaningful experiences.

located right at the heart of the most historical, cultural, and creative area in Bangkok, next to the 150-year-old-Charoenkrung road - Bangkok's very first road cast in asphalt and where "West meets East" You will be inspired by these historical, cultural, and creative vibes of “West meets East” and “Old meets New” to discover your own interpretation of Thai culture.

Special Offers

Restaurant & Cafe

Our Café & Bar is an easy and cozy place being like your base when you are tired, an anchorage when it’s raining, or a starting point before exploring in Bangkok, where you can conveniently experience Thai lifestyle and culture while enjoying a familiar beverage with contemporary twists.

Please also enjoy local artistries of exceptional craftsmanship through 100% custom-handmade ceramics by Thai contemporary artists used in our Café & Bar.


The hotel's surrounding is full of street food vendors, funky bars, fun new eateries, art galleries, artisan workshops, and boutiques. Also easy access to the major sightseeing spots in Bangkok such as the Grand Palace, Wat Pho, Wat Arun, Khao San Road, Chinatown, and so forth by the public transportations; such as Skytrain, Saphan Taksin BTS station or Mandarin Oriental Pier for riverboat, within walking distances from the hotel. To experience a live-like-local lifestyle, a city canal boat and bus are also great options but challenging even for foreigners living in Bangkok - no worries, useful travel tips will be provided by our local ambassadors. Moreover, our guests can discover hidden gems and super local vibes in the surrounding areas of the hotel as well.

If you have a question, our team will be very happy to assist you.