Taking a stroll through Bangkok across from Benjakiti Park, one would easily pass by the exterior walls and minimal branding of Maduzi Hotel, without batting an eye. It’s discrete presence is by no means a mistake, it is very intentional. It was only recently they put up a small street facing branded sign. With a reservation only policy, no outside traffic can interfere with the serenity inside this private getaway.
Offering an incredibly custom tailored experience to their guests, with flexible check-ins (as early as 6am) and check-outs (as late as 8pm), you will find comfort available on your schedule. In addition, a welcome drink is available at any time during your stay! No need to down an unwanted cocktail upon arrival at 7am (if that’s not your thing), and simply enjoy at your own convenience in the hotel lobby.
The interior is evidently Thai, but boasts numerous highlights of various cultures throughout. A mix incorporated by the owner to create a more homely atmosphere. Three rooms are offered of various sizes, yet top of the line modern amenities can be found throughout. Including, motion sensitive lights which turn on and off as you enter and leave a room, and a complimentary mini-bar stocked daily. Jacuzzi rooms give the ultimate happy ending to a day exploring Bangkok!!
The Maduzi Restaurant by Yuza, is a masterful creation by the Japanese native exploring fine French cuisine. Four course lunches, five course dinners and A La Carte breakfast menu will give you ample options to savour the culinary expertise Yuza has brought to the table. Menu’s often change so it is best to check in with the hotel to see what your options are.
Besides everything that makes Maduzi wonderful, it is also set in an ideal location to explore all of Bangkok. Just a five minute walk to Asok BTS, MRT stations and Soi Cowboy you’ll have no problem getting around and finding something to do. If you’re looking for a boutique experience with a unique private members club vibe, check out Maduzi. It’s like a travellers secret, everybody is welcome to visit, you just have to listen carefully to the whispers calling you in the right direction.
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