Novotel Bangkok on Siam Square - Family & Business trip hotel - Thailand Super Sale

Thailand Super Sale

Starts from THB 1,140 ++ per night

In need of a holiday? Plan a weekend escape or an extended getaway in the heart of Bangkok! Get 40% off your stay at Novotel Bangkok on Siam Square when you book now!

Explore more of the Kingdom with 40% off, plus 4X Reward Points for members of ALL.

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Booking Period: 21st August – 25th September 2020

Staying Period: 1st September – 15th December 2020

Accor Plus members receive an additional 10% off this offer!

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Novotel Bangkok On Siam Square is in the heart of Bangkok’s shopping, business and entertainment districts. All rooms feature modern facilities such as large bathrooms, working desk or designer sofa, free Wi-Fi, connectivity hub, mini-bar and 24-hour room service. This hotel is a 2 minute walk away to the Siam BTS sky train station. The sky train is Bangkok’s most convenient form of public transportation. The Siam station is the central station that connects both the Silom and Sukhumvit lines. This makes Siam the perfect base to stay if you want to explore Bangkok


Siam Paragon is a luxury mall located in Thailand. It was built in 2005 and is currently the 4th largest mall behind Central World, Icon Siam and Central Westgate. The mall has become a destination for both tourists and locals alike. Siam Paragon is not only great for shoppers, but the mall is also a food lover’s paradise. From famous local stalls to world-renown International restaurants and fast food chains, there is everything you could possibly eat!


Founded in 1857, Wat Pathum is a famous Buddhist Temple in Bangkok. It’s a hidden gem located in the Pathum Wan area, between 2 major shopping malls: Siam Paragon and Central World. Its proximity to shopping malls in Bangkok makes it a perfect getaway from the hustling and bustling of this vibrant city. Just a 2 minute walk from Novotel Bangkok on Siam Square, this temple is a must visit.


Chatuchak (or Jatujak) Weekend Market, which moved to its present location in 1982, is the largest market in the world and offers a prodigious array of goods such as household items, clothing, Thai handicraft, collectables, religious artefacts, foods, and live animals. Getting there from Novotel Bangkok on Siam Square is extremely easy as the BTS Skytrain’s Sukhumvit Line runs directly from Siam Square to the market’s Mo Chit Station.

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