VIVIT HOSTEL BANGKOK is a top-quality boutique hostel offering a colonial décor with a touch of Thai. It is set in the heritage building which formerly housed “Vivit Busagar”, the traditional custom-made uniform shop which served the Royal Household since 1909.
The hostel is situated in the Old City district, which is lined with the most famous cultural and historical sites. Our neighborhood constitutes of great local street foods, mouth-watering restaurants and cozy cafes. It is within 5 minutes walking distance of the Grand Palace , the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, and the religious structure, the Giant Swing, and also just a stone’s throw from the Tiger God Shrine, one of the most ancient renowned Teochew Chinese Temple in Bangkok. Moreover, Vivit Hostel Bangkok is only a 10-minute walk away from Khao San Road, Bangkok’s famous street with vibrant nightlife scenes.
Vivit Hostel Bangkok, with its long history, offers a unique charm that distinguishes itself from other hostels in the area. The mix of classic and contemporary style creates a relaxing experience. Our air-conditioned 16 dormitory and 4 double rooms are designed with our guest comfort and convenience in mind, making every stay an unforgettable one.
Our Comfy Categories
16 Dormitory Rooms
24 Beds of 4-Bed Female Dormitory Room
32 Beds of 4-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room
2 Rooms of 4-Bed Private Dormitory Room
4 Double Rooms
3 Rooms of Double Room with Shared Bathroom
1 Room of Double Room City View with Shared Bathroom
USB socket charger
Universal power socket
FREE hi-speed WIFI in guest rooms
Daily maid service
Shared separated male & female bathrooms
Shower rooms equipped with hairdryer
Hostel Service & Facilities
Key card access control
Free daily breakfast
Free hi-speed WIFI in public areas
Lounge on the mezzanine
Self-service laundry and drying machines
Vivit Hostel Bangkok is only minutes away by walking from the “Tiger God Shrine” one of the most ancient renowned Teochew Chinese Temple in Bangkok. It is also only 15 minutes from“Khao San Road”, Bangkok’s famous street with vibrant nightlife scenes.
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