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Thailand is full of culture, delicious food, breathtaking temples, friendly people and beautiful beaches. I was lucky enough to get to experience a couple areas of Thailand during my recent visit and I would love to go back one day and see more of it.  In today’s blog post I am sharing where to stay in Thailand.

Where I Stayed in Bangkok

The five-star Hotel Muse Bangkok Langsuan offers large and comfortable rooms that are luxuriously decorated with great attention to detail. My room had an old fashioned claw foot tub and they had my pillow case monogrammed with my name. Check out my vlog!

The hotel is also walking distance to just about anything you would need, and I felt very safe there. Plan to spend a few days here because there are so many things to do in Bangkok!

If you are a breakfast lover like me, you will be happy to know their breakfast is AMAZING.  Hotel Muse also has a rooftop bar that is very popular…so you must check that out if you stay there or even if you don’t! If you are looking for where to stay in Thailand while in Bangkok, check out Hotel Muse.

The other hotel I stayed at in Bangkok was the Lebua Hotel in Bangkok which happens to be the hotel where Hangover 2 was filmed. The views are SPECTACULAR and don’t forget to check out the rooftop bar here, too. They have a fantastic gym that opens really early and the food I ate here was also really good.  I had such a wonderful stay here and I would go back in a heart beat. Lebua actually has a 3 bars and a Michelin star restaurant.  We at at the Michelin star restaurant, Mezzaluna, for dinner and it was a meal I will never forget. 

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Where I Stayed in Sukhothai

During my stay in Sukhothai, I checked into the Sukhothai Heritage Resort. This was a great choice for where to stay in Thailand. This luxurious hotel offers guest rooms and suites designed in traditional Thai style. You can enjoy dipping into the hotel’s two swimming pools and relax with a traditional Thai massage. There is also a bike rental at the hotel, as well as a library, the Lotus Restaurant and Vanda Bar.

I loved the pool here and I wish I just had a whole day to relax by it! This hotel has a great location….close to the airport, and really just central to the whole area!

My Thailand Trip Vlog

Where I Stayed in Chiang Mai

In stayed at the Dusit D2 Resort in Chiang Mai. This hotel was awesome! It was within walking distance to all the shops and the hotel gym on the top floor was amazing! I used it both days we were staying there. Working out is a great way to beat jet lag…which I had BAD on this trip. They also have a stunning dinning area, so if you don’t want to go out you can always eat  in.

Thanks for reading about where to stay in Thailand! Have you ever been to Thailand? I really want to go back to see more. 

This where to stay in Thailand post has been sponsored by the Tourism Authority of Thailand, Canada. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that support me. 

Bella Bucchiotti

Bella Bucchiotti is a Canadian-based syndicated food, travel, and lifestyle writer, photographer, and creator at xoxoBella. She founded xoxoBella in 2015, where she shares her love for food, dogs, sustainability, fitness, crafts, outdoor adventures, travel, and philanthropy to encourage others to run the extra mile, try new recipes, visit unfamiliar places, and stand for a cause. Bella creates stress-free and family-friendly recipes for weeknight dinners and festive feasts.


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