Bangkok's ongoing political turmoil has driven many would-be visitors away. But if you're willing to risk it, and word is the trouble is confined to certain areas only, you'll be rewarded with all kinds of great deals—from luxury hotels, no less—to take advantage of. Hurry, make your reservations now. 

Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort & Spa

Itching to get away from the city? Spend the weekend by the riverside in one of Anantara's Deluxe rooms, and enjoy a buffet breakfast spread at The Market, as well as an international buffet dinner at Riverside Terrace. Plus, you have till 3pm to check out—that's probably the best part of the deal. This "Weekend City Escape" package runs from now till December 30; rates start from as low as THB4900 (S$191). 

Dusit Thani Bangkok 

The hotel has recently revamped their popular "Suite Dreams" package (till December 31) to further entice tourists. The new deal includes a fast-track service through immigration (so very tempting!), before being welcomed to one of the hotel's luxurious club Executive Suites, complete with Dusit Club benefits. Plus, guests will be greeted with a chilled bottle of sparkling wine. Prices start from THB8900 (S$348).

Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok

Four Seasons is embracing tourists with its "Welcome Back" package, which includes spa credit for two adults, complimentary Internet access for up to two devices, as well as an international buffet breakfast at Aqua Lounge or Madison Restaurant. Guests who stay for three or more nights also get complimentary access to the Executive Club. Rates start from around THB8490 (S$332) a night.

Holiday Inn Bangkok Sukhumvit 22

The conveniently-located Holiday Inn Bangkok Sukhumvit 22 is currently offering travelers a maximum discount of up to 25% with a minimum of two nights' stay. Also, guests will get to enjoy free Wi-Fi—such a necessary commodity these days. This promotion runs till April 30. 

Le Méridien Bangkok

The hotel's new, unique Circular Rooms feature iconic round beds and floor-to-ceiling windows, enabling you to get the best views of the city—be it of the peaceful Chao Phraya River, or the bustling Phatumwan shopping zone. Rates start from THB10,500 (S$411)—a rather small price to pay for an experience you probably wouldn't find anywhere else. 

lebua at State Tower 

The "Arrive Easier, Stay Longer" package at lebua includes an airport transfer, as well as daily Bangkok mass transit passes to ease worries about transportation during the protests—a thoughtful touch. Room rates start from USD152 (S$192) for a Superior 1-bedroom suite.

Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit

Enjoy up to 15% off weekday stays at this 5-star hotel from now till April 30. Plus, prices start from as low as THB4900 a night (S$192) for weekend stays—definitely worth it, if you ask us. 

Siam Kempinski Hotel 

From now till April 30, this top-notch hotel is offering an "Extra Specials" package that offers travelers THB1700 (S$66) credit to redeem at its in-house restaurants and spa. Plus, guests who book a stay for three consecutive nights will receive a complimentary room upgrade. Room rates start from THB6700 (S$262). 

W Hotel Bangkok

If you're feeling a little more extravagant, go for W's "WOW me" offer, which includes one night's accommodation in the hotel's WOW or EXTREME WOW Suite, buffet breakfast for two or in-room dining, round-trip airport transfer, unlimited Wi-Fi, as well as welcome cocktails for two. Prices start from a steep THB$32,580 (S$1276), but you're sure to be bowled over. Book and complete your stay by June 30. 

Westin Grande Sukhumvit

Westin's "Be at Peace" package (what an apt name) offers room rates starting at an astonishingly low THB3000 (S$117)—or THB3900 (S$152) for a lavish buffet breakfast at Taste Restaurant. It's by far one of the best deals around.