Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Bangkok

Situ’s selection of serviced apartments in Bangkok has been chosen specially for those travelling for business. Experience a relaxing home-from-home in our Bangkok accommodation where guests can enjoy a fully-equipped kitchen, a comfortable bed, and a private and flexible space. Our serviced apartments in Bangkok are conveniently located and have everything that the corporate traveller needs for a successful trip.
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Bangkok combines a modern and vibrant city with a proud history. It’s a great place to do business and is also home to some incredible palaces and temples, as well as other historic locations.

About Bangkok

Why Choose Serviced Apartments in Bangkok?

If you’re a business traveller needing your own home-from-home in the city, Situ’s range of serviced apartments in Bangkok could be just what you’re looking for. Unlike standard hotel rooms, our properties offer an unparalleled level of comfort, security, and independence.

Location is key. Some business travellers prefer a quiet apartment away from the bustle of the city centre, while others choose a central location that might be close to the office. 

Guests can expect apartments to have their own fully-equipped kitchen and laundry facilities. There’s also access to wi-fi and plenty of room to work. In many cases, there will also be an allocated parking space and on-site housekeeping. The spacious living and dining areas rival those offered by luxury apartments in Bangkok.

An aparthotel in Bangkok might also be a good option. These often have business meeting rooms, a reception, and a gym. Whatever you choose, a serviced apartment in Bangkok will help you make the most of your business trip to this vibrant city.

Where is Bangkok?

Bangkok is the capital of Thailand and its largest city. It’s located on the south coast. Thailand itself is in the centre of the South East Asian peninsula, with Myanmar (Burma) to the west and Cambodia to the east. Malaysia lies to the south, at the end of the Malay peninsula. 

The population of Bangkok is approximately 5.8 million, while the entire Bangkok metropolitan area is home to approximately 15 million people. This means that almost one-quarter of the country’s total population live here. 

The second largest city in the country is Nonthaburi City. This is located just seven miles north of Bangkok city centre and is part of the capital’s metropolitan area. Thailand’s third largest city is Nakhon Ratchasima. This is 143 miles northeast of the capital. The popular resort of Phuket is 423 miles to the south. 

There are regular flights to Bangkok from cities across Europe and Asia. Once you’re here, getting around won’t be a problem as the city has a superb modern transport network.

The city is commonly known around the world as Bangkok, but its native Thai name abbreviates to ‘Krung Thep’, which means ‘City of Angels’.

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Thailand’s economy has been described as ‘newly industrialised’. Its recent advances have seen the country claim a place in the top thirty largest economies in the world. By far Thailand’s largest city, Bangkok is responsible for a large proportion of the county’s Gross Domestic Product. 

Much of the city’s economy is based on the manufacturing of goods such as cars, textiles, computers, and electronics. Other significant industries include tourism, banking, and oil refining. 

Well-known companies with a presence in Bangkok include Accenture, Microsoft, Procter & Gamble, Unilever, Thomson Reuters, Deloitte, KPMG, Citi, and IHG Hotels. Those relocating here for work might find that our Bangkok expat apartments offer a great first step in the city while searching for their perfect home here.

Business networking opportunities in Bangkok are offered by the Chambers of Commerce of countries including the UK, US and Australia.  InterNations Bangkok Professional Networking Group also holds meetings where members can connect and exchange tips about doing business in the city. In addition to formal business networking organisations, many business people in Bangkok have had profitable experiences meeting people in venues such as the Royal Bangkok Sports Club and the British Club.

Make the most of your time here in a comfortable environment that is conducive to business. Browse Situ’s range of serviced apartments in Bangkok for a private, spacious, and well-appointed property from which to work.

Things To Do in Bangkok

Besides the ‘City of Angels’, another nickname for Bangkok is the ‘City of Royal Palaces’. The monarchy in Thailand is perhaps the most revered royal family in the world, and there are several public holidays dedicated to royal figures. Father’s Day in Thailand takes place on the King’s birthday. 

Palaces open to the public include the Grand Palace, which consists of more than one hundred separate buildings. These include the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Dusit Palace is also one of Thailand’s most impressive palaces and is noted for its imposing domes and stunning throne halls. 

There’s another remarkable reclining Buddha to be seen at the Wat Pho temple. The soaring spires of Wat Arun are also well worth seeing. When visiting a temple, ensure you wear long trousers and a top that covers your shoulders, or you won’t be allowed to enter. 

Bangkok offers an array of amazing food. There’s a wealth of restaurants, smaller establishments, and delicious street food. Visit the floating markets where traders operate from wooden boats. Amphawa and Damnoen Saduak are two of the most popular markets in Bangkok.


By Air

Suvarnabhumi Airport is the principal international airport serving Bangkok. Located 19 miles east of the city centre, it has direct flights to more than 50 destinations worldwide. In Europe these include London (Heathrow), Amsterdam, Frankfurt, and Paris. Travellers can fly to Asian cities such as Tokyo, Singapore, Shanghai, Beijing, Mumbai, Kolkata, and New Delhi.

Don Mueang Airport, 18 miles northeast of the city, serves more than twenty internal destinations, including Phuket and Chiang Mai.

By Rail

Bangkok has no less than three city rail systems. The Airport Rail Link allows travel between Phaya Thai station in the city to Suvarnabhumi Airport in less than 30 minutes. The BTS (or Skytrain) is an elevated rail network with two lines serving destinations in and around the city. The MRT underground railway also has two lines.

Trains in Bangkok are clean, modern, air-conditioned, safe, and frequent. BTS and MRT trains operate as frequently as every five minutes during peak hours, while there might be a train every ten minutes on the Airport Link. The BTS and MRT have an integrated ticket system, but you’ll need a separate ticket for the airport trains.

The city’s main railway station, Hua Lamphong, is also at the centre of an extensive inter-city passenger network. Trains typically depart every two or three hours for destinations such as Chiang Mai, Ayutthaya, Hua Hin, and Ubon Ratchathani.

There’s a cross-border service that runs from Bangkok to Singapore, via Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. The entire journey takes 48 hours, but many travellers break their journey in the Malay capital.

By Bus

Bangkok has more than 100 bus routes traversing the city, most of which operate between 5am and 11pm. Twelve of the routes operate throughout the night. Buses with blue signs in the window generally call at all stops en route, but those with a yellow sign are ‘expressway buses’ which will only call at a limited number of locations. Buy your ticket from the conductor rather than paying the driver on entry.

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