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Maduzi Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand
After a hectic day in Bangkok, it’s an unadulterated pleasure to return to Maduzi Hotel Bangkok. The beds, first of all, are outrageously large – you’re apt to get lost in the plush piles of crisp, white linens – and the minimalistic warm hardwood furnishings and ambient light sources encourage clutter-free dreams. Neither the hotel nor its in-house restaurant accepts walk-ins, so guests enjoy a cultivated atmosphere. You’ll want to experience some of chef Yuya Okuda’s signature dishes, such as steamed Boston lobster with crabmeat, but also leave time to explore the plentiful and delectable chawadee nualkhair – street food – outside.
Satiate your morning caffeine craving with a cup of espresso from your in-room machine. Ask concierge to arrange a tuk tuk ride to Wat Pho, a temple known for its giant golden statue of the reclining Buddha. Ask the tuk tuk driver to take you to his favorite market on the way back for a taste of Bangkok’s famous street food – Pratu Pi is known to have the best Pad Thai. Save room for dark chocolate cake with Swiss Mövenpick ice cream at Maduzi’s restaurant for dessert.
Location of Maduzi Hotel
Nearest Airport: BKK
Amenities for Maduzi Hotel
- 40 Rooms
- Near Several Outdoor Markets
- Complimentary WiFi
- Air Conditioning
- 24-hour Room Service
- Complimentary Parking
- Limousine Service
- 24-hour Business Center
- Meeting Rooms
Reviews for Maduzi Hotel
Stayed for 2 nights at this little hotel. everything is great. Not easy to find in the first space as it's like a hidden oasis. Close to metro station and a huge shopping mall. terminal 21. room is nice and big. free mini bar is a nice touch. nice and friendly staff.
luuuluuu82 - London, United Kingdom
This is our 8th visit to Bangkok and 2nd time staying in Asok/Sukhumvit station area. We have stayed in Park Plaza Hotel which is just opposite Maduzi. This hotel turned out to be another wonderful stay for our recent 5D4N trip. Hotel is located next to Exchange Tower. Our taxi trip from/to Suvarnabhumi Airport costs us THB 500 and THB 380 respectively. The difference it's because the driver from airport used another road than highway to get to hotel. So insist the driver to take highway to save cost and time. It's also advisable to bring hotel's address and map in Thai to show the driver. The hotel entrance(?) is quite extraordinaire but we still manage to find it from the main road. Staffs are friendly and check-in was done pretty fast. We requested for quiet room (I am a light sleeper) and were given room I05. Room was spacious and nicely designed. Mini bar withsnacks, soft drinks, 5 bottles of water was refilled each day. My favourite would be the jacuzzi bath tub but the pressure wasn't as strong as I expected. But overall still enjoy soaking in the tub after a long day. Breakfast was served at Ground Floor restaurant. We can choose from menu or go a-la-carte. Loved the pastries! It's one of the best I have had for sometime. One of my favourites is Kao Thom in chicken. Just sprinkle some chili powder makes a wonderful meal. Access to BTS/MRT is quite convenient by walking into Exchange Tower which is next to the hotel. Note that this short distance isn't shaded. But once you get into Exchange Tower things get easier by just taking escalator to 1 more floor and follow the crowd to the shaded link to BTS/MRT station. It's rather useful as we traveled daily using BTS or MRT during our trip. Our likes:- 1. Very comfortable bed 2. Spacious room with jacuzzi bath tub 3. Mini bar refilled daily 4. Great location - easy access to BTS/MRT station from hotel 5. Friendly staffs Our dislikes:- 1. Shallow basin - need to be extra careful while using it, not a practical design 2. Maintenance - staffs definitely need to work hard on improving this as some parts of the room was poorly maintained 3. Missing kettle - there wasn't one in the room so we requested from hotel 4. Oven-like-design elevator - just not our cup of tee Overall we find this hotel pretty nice and comfortable to stay.
chang24 - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
We stayed here for 4 nights on a recent trip to Bangkok. Good staff and although the bar and waiting staff are not great at English, the reception staff are fluent, so no problems with the important stuff. The food is excellent, and beautifully presented too. Lots of little extras help to make it a lovely place to stay. Love the crazy bath/jacuzzi. The bedroom was a little dark as there is not so much natural light, but that doesn't matter too much. Only downside would be that there is no pool.
ladybirdseahorse - Cheshire, United Kingdom
I have mixed feelings about the Maduzzi. Upon arrival we were greeted not particularly warmly by two ladies at the reception and they told us that late check out was out of the question as the hotel was fully booked. We were shown on to our room which was extremely spacious only to realize that we had been upgraded!! Nobody told us at the reception! The room was a bit worn out but clean, with Espresso machine and plenty of space. The only problem was the sound coming from the street and although I had the heavy curtains drawn still I could the cars from below. Next day a different person at the reception (I believe his name was Pun) who was extremely helpful when we inquired about the late check out and promised us to look into this. So, when we returned he told us we could have the late check out! Thank you Pun! The hotel is in an excellent location, right next to Asok Station (BTS) and right next to Terminal 21 and Sukhumvit Rd.
SophiaK - Athens, Greece
Great location. Really friendly and helpful. Huge spacious room A little hard to find initially but well worth the search. Good value Bath with jacuzzi. A little noisy from the street but not so much that would keep you awake. A real welcome drink on arrival. No charge for soft drinks in mini bar and they donâ€™t accept tips !
KateoLL - Killarney