9/1 Ratchadaphisek Road, Klongtoei,Bangkok, Thailand
Rates starting fromUSD 150
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The first thought that strikes you when setting foot inside Maduzi Hotel Bangkok is – what happened to the reception? The answer lies in the type of hotel that Maduzi is: an exclusive and intimate urban retreat, with a strict reservation-only policy and watertight security that makes it feel less like a traditional hotel and more like a private home.
And what a home it is. With 40 impressively large rooms fitted out with Modernist furniture, top-of-the-line amenities and killer bathrooms, it’s sure to please both business and leisure seekers alike. Downstairs, resident Japanese-French masterchef Yuya whips up a culinary tour-de-force, with the likes of homemade pork and duck paté on dark sourdough rye with eggplant, porcini mushrooms and homestyle pickles – and that’s just for breakfast. The 24-hour gym and bar as well as flexible check-in and check-out times ensure that you remain firmly on your own schedule, while the BTS Station is just a hop and a step away. In a nutshell, Maduzi Hotel is a discreet sanctuary for urban travelers who know how to appreciate the finer things in life.
- 24 hour room service
- Laundry & dry-cleaning
- Luggage storage
- Spa treatments
- Free WiFi
- Airport transfers
- 24 hour front desk
- Meeting rooms
- Wake-up service
- Multi-lingual staff
- 24-hour security
- Boutique Hotel
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- Swimming Pool:
- Disabled Access:
- Recommended for:
- Sleeps in the City
- Weekends from Singapore
- Luxury Life
What to Know
- The bathrooms are ridiculously roomy and equipped with infinity Jacuzzi tubs – hello, long soaks!
- Led by Japanese masterchef Yuya, the restaurant food draws gourmet diners from all over Bangkok. The breakfasts are some of the best and most unique that we've seen anywhere.
- Perfect for business travellers – all rooms are equipped with copiers, fax machines and conference-call phones, while it’s just down the road from Queen Sirikit Convention Centre.
KEEP IN MIND
- The rooms feel rather corporate, almost like an executive corner office – great if you're here for work, not so much if you’re trying to leave work behind.
- Service can be patchy at times, while the hotel is also looking a little tired in a few areas.
- It’s a bit far to travel to the main tourist attractions in the east.
- Surprisingly, there’s no swimming pool or spa.
IN YOUR ROOM
Each of the rooms at Maduzi Hotel are warm, sophisticated sanctuaries, with honey-hued woods, classic Eames chairs and work desks clad in Italian leather. You’ll also find every creature-comfort that you could wish for, with 42” flatscreen TVs, DVD players, Bose surround-sound speakers, a mini-bar stocked with complimentary soft drinks and snacks as well as an espresso machine. The spa-like bathrooms are no less impressive, with roomy walk-in closets leading to a marble-lined wet room that boasts an infinity Jacuzzi tub and separate rain shower.
Starting at 50 sq. m., even the most basic Classic Rooms are larger than most hotel suites elsewhere. The Deluxe Rooms and upwards boast heavenly, super king-sized beds, while the Corner Suites have the best views, thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows. Last but not least, the apartment-like Maduzi Suites cover 75 sq. m. and feature a separate living area – it’s like the million-dollar city pad that you’ve always dreamed of owning.
Maduzi Hotel is an exclusive urban retreat in bustling Sukhumvit, with round-the-clock service, enormous rooms and an outstanding restaurant.
Food & Drink
At Maduzi by Yuya restaurant, masterchef Yuya brings his Japanese heritage and French culinary training to a fantastic, East-meets-West menu that draws diners from all over the city. Don’t miss the seasonal two-course lunches for just THB 550 or the five-course Omakase dinners for THB 1,500, along with outstanding dishes such as classic bouillabaisse, premium Miyazaki Wagyu roast and sautéed Hokkaido scallops with snow crab consommé. Divide your attention between the stellar menu and the contemporary décor, with Moorish-inspired lattice screens, classic Tolomeo lamps and tables set amidst shelves stocked with books and antiques.
Open 24 hours, the light and bright bar has seductive, red-velvet stools and a communal, round set-up; it's a sociable place to enjoy a welcome cocktail or a pre-dinner tipple. Afterwards, adjourn to the stone-lined tea lounge to laze about the leather couches and watch the latest sporting event on the big screen TV.
As impressive as Chef Yuya’s lunches and dinners are, it’s breakfast that is the star of the show. Specially created for Maduzi Hotel by Yuya based on the owner’s personal favourites, you’ll get to choose from the likes of homemade paté and pickles, black truffle quiche and rainbow trout confit served on hunks of freshly-baked sourdough bread. There’s also a full American or traditional Japanese-style breakfast, while even the modest Chinese congee comes with snow crab, goji berries and onsen-style eggs – wow! Late-risers and jet-lagged travellers will be relieved to hear that breakfast is served until 2pm.
Take the BTS train two stops away to neighbouring Thong Lor district, Bangkok’s buzzing culinary hotspot. The well-received Supanniga Eating Room serves up long-lost Thai family recipes inside a sleek former shophouse, while Bo.lan sources its organic and artisanal fresh produce from local Thai farmers.
Open 24/7, the well-equipped gym is the perfect place to work up an appetite for dinner (or work off the previous night’s indulgences). There’s no spa at the hotel, but private massages can be arranged in your room.
Feel free to use the 12-seater board room (tea lounge) for meetings of up to 3 hours with advance notice, while coffee or tea and the use of a projector are provided. Private dinners or events and catered lunches can also be arranged.
While business-minded Sukhumvit doesn't have much in the way of tourist attractions, you'll still find plenty to do nearby. Around the corner Terminal 21 is a sleek shopping mall with a fun global theme, a state-of-the-art Cineplex and over 600 international big-name and local indie-brands. For a refreshing break from the concrete jungle, Kamthieng House Museum provides an insightful glimpse into a traditional Lanna teak home and Northern Thai culture. Further afield, the glittering shopping malls of Siam, including Siam Paragon, Gaysorn and Erawan, are just a few stops on the BTS away; but if you prefer the bespoke route, hop off at Ploen Chit Station 2 stops away to find Pinky Tailor, a well-known tailor of suits and gowns.
Your Booking Makes a Difference
For every booking that you make at Maduzi Hotel Bangkok, Indistay will donate 1% of profits to the Friends of the National Parks Foundation for replanting tropical rainforests in Borneo.Learn More
Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang International Airports both serve a wide variety of regional low-cost carriers, including Scoot, Tiger Airways, Jetstar and AirAsia from Singapore, as well as long-haul flights from nearly every corner of the globe. Domestic airlines include NokAir, Bangkok Air and Thai Airways that connect Bangkok to Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai and other Thai cities.
FROM THE AIRPORT
Maduzi Hotel is located an equal distance from both airports. The hotel can arrange for a private limousine pick-up from the airport for THB 1,750, as well as fast-track immigration service. Otherwise, taxis are easily available: instruct your driver to take you to ”Asoke at the corner of Sukhmvit 16, entrance on Ratchadaphisek Road, Queen Sirikit Convention Center section.”
The Airport Link express train also links Suvarnabhumi Airport to the city, where you can alight at Makkasan Station and transfer to Petchaburi MRT Station via a connecting walkway. From there, it’s just one stop on the MRT train to Sukhumvit Station, about a five minute walk from the hotel.
In The Area
Maduzi Hotel is located on the corner of Ratchadaphisek Road and Soi Sukhumvit 16 in the glittering Sukhumvit district, the commercial heart of Bangkok. The swanky shopping malls of Siam district are just a few stops away on the BTS train, while it's also just a few stops away from the hip & happening bars and restaurants of neighbouring Thonglor. Queen Sirikit Convention Centre is just next door.
Bangkok is notorious for its heavy traffic jams. Luckily, Maduzi Hotel is just a 5 minute walk away from both the Asoke BTS (Skytrain) and Sukhumvit MRT stations, which will whisk you seamlessly downtown. If you need a ride, the front desk can call for a chauffeur or taxi.