We spent a little under a week in Bangkok in two different hotels. We moved to the MaDuZi after 3 nights in a different hotel which was booked for business, and let me say the difference was striking.
Maduzi may be small, but what they lack in size they make up for with a high quality experience.
We got a chance to talk to the manager at the bar several times, and she was very helpful and interesting!
Our room was equipped with an espresso machine and an in-room fridge with water, juice and soda (which was refilled without question every day).
The bed was HUGE, though firm, it was comfortable. Plenty of lighting options in the room set a nice atmosphere.
The bathroom was well appointed and we especially appreciated the jet tub after long days walking around town.
The staff literally bent over backwards to make sure we had everything we needed, and stayed out of the way otherwise.
The rate we paid was reasonable, and I feel like we got more than we paid for in convenience and quality. Our rate included breakfast, and that was delicious and easy to acquire each morning.
Maduzi is easy to get to by public transport (airport link -> underground, or via skytrain from other locales in the city). The only problem is that taxi drivers will not know how to get to this hotel unless you give them a map, even if you give them an address (such is the nature of Bangkok taxis though).
The hotel is right around the corner from Terminal 21, the sky train, the underground and other shopping destinations. There's a great little restaurant and grocery in the tower next door, too (ask about Foodland).
When we were leaving, they let us check out super late for an early morning flight, and they even held our luggage while we got dinner. Then they called the taxi and told him where to go for us.
Great staff, great service. Would not hesitate to stay at this hotel again in the future, and I urge you to do so as well!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- MADUZI a Small Luxury Hotel, Bangkok's Best Kept Secret; Imagine being in the heart of busy Bangkok, but once inside the hotel property you're in a tranquil oasis.Behind our close door, all the freneticism of the city immediately fall away. You're cocooned by the chic sophistication of this boutique hotel with its stunning collection of art, its French Fusion cuisine by Chef Yuya from Japan, a fashionable bar, gym and a 24 services. This is the perfect home away from home whether you're on business, attending a meeting, on a shopping spree or having your honeymoon in Bangkok. The hotel is accessible via Train BY TRAINNearest BTS train station is Asoke that connecting to MRT subway Sukhumvit station. Our hotel is 5 min walk from the station, exit via Exchange Tower(door next to starbucks). We are the next building down the road from Exchange Tower (walking toward Queen Sirikit Convention Center Direction) the entrance is on the main road just after the bus stop. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Maduzi Hotel Bangkok