Maduzi Hotel Review Bangkok

Maduzi Hotel Bangkok is one of the best boutique hotel in Bangkok, in my humble opinion, as a professional travel blogger who has been invited to many hotels around the world over the past ten years, particularly in Bangkok, where I lived for a while. Maduzi is located in a cool and trendy area: Sukhumvit, some might dare call it the trendiest, but I try not to make such distinctive judgements, after all, one woman's trendiest is another's second trendiest. Either way, no one can deny Sukhumvit is trendy.

I stayed at the Maduzi for two nights and this is my Maduzi hotel review:

Check-in Maduzi Hotel Review

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There were two things that I loved about check-in: the way that the area was decorated in a traditional Thai way, and the fact that check-in was so smooth and quick. The smoothness was definitely down to the fact that the Maduzi Hotel Bangkok is an exclusive boutique hotel, which has a reservation-only policy (which prevents walk-ins and eliminates check-in chaos).

  My Room at the Maduzi Hotel Bangkok

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My room had one of the best layouts I've ever seen. I loved the fact that it just kept on going and going! I also loved how the first thing I saw was the mini-fridge, which had complimentary snacks in it, including my favourite drink: coconut water 

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There was also a beautiful coffee machine with complimentary pods:

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The bed was insanely large, I could have comfortably slept widthways on it, as demonstrated by my ex, Tom:

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There was also an enormous walk-in closet with super comfy dressing gowns.

But my absolute favourite thing was the bathroom: not only was there a fantastic shower, there was a super special bath:

Now I've tried and loved jacuzzis, I've tried and loved infinity pools, but I could never have imagined that there was such a thing as a jacuzzi infinity bath!

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The water fell elegantly from the ceiling, like a leak in the roof (but like elegantly), into the bath and then over the sides of the bath, in a way that gave me a knee-jerk reaction of "omg no the bath is overflowing", even though I knew it was meant to do that, it could not erase 25 years of doing everything I could not to make that happen. But because of the relaxing bubbles I quickly got over it and soon the water flowing over felt transcendent. 10/10.

Breakfast at the Maduzi Hotel Bangkok

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Breakfast was delicious with a great selection of Thai, Japanese and French cuisine.

Flexibility at this Boutique Hotel Bangkok

One thing I really noticed about the Maduzi Hotel Bangkok, was that it seemed to know what I was thinking. It was almost like it had taken everything I'd ever complained about hotels in the past, and made sure they didn't do it:

For example, firstly our welcome drink was not just any old random juice, it could be anything I wanted. Secondly, it could be at any time I wanted. Sometimes, I feel parched and like to have my welcome drink when I arrive, but usually, between the faff of checking-in, being weighed down by my luggage, and eager to see my new room, I don't want my welcome drink at the beginning. So here at the Maduzi I had the luxury of having it whenever I wanted and I chose to have it on my second evening.

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The reason for this apparent telepathy was simple: the lovely owners of the hotel had wisely taken what they find annoying about hotels, and made sure that they didn't include it in their own hotel. This seems obvious, but I've never come across such thoughtfulness in other hotels!

Other benefits included: check-in and check-out at any time which is SUCH an asset!! How many times have you arrived at a hotel too early and had to wait around? Or had to check-out too early and not known what to do with yourself? It's a FANTASTIC idea that works really well (just let them know in advance).

Location of Maduzi Hotel Bangkok

I think that the Maduzi is in the perfect location. Firstly it's in Sukhumvit which is my favourite neighbourhood of Bangkok: it's clean, it's safe and there is some EXCELLENT shopping to be found in this area

Secondly, the Maduzi Hotel Bangkok is just five-minute walk to Asok Station BTS, which is very convenient, not only can you reach almost any part of Bangkok, you can also get to the airport (BKK) easily.

But if you're not interested in going on the tube, it's also a perfect place to take a taxi from AND the very nice staff will help you get one. I actually took a taxi from the Maduzi Hotel Bangkok to the airport (it was really early), and this was hassle-free thanks to the staff. Furthermore, the journey took less than 25 minutes.

Finally, one of my absolute favourite restaurants in Bangkok is just a two-minute walk from Maduzi: May Veggie Home. This restaurant holds a very special place in my heart as it's the first place I went to as a new Vegan and I was blown away by the things they do to tofu (which I'd always thought I hated).

Summary Maduzi Hotel Review

This is without a doubt one of my absolute favourite boutique hotel Bangkok, not only is the Maduzi stylish and luxurious, they've truly gone out of their way to offer you services that other hotels don't even think of: flexible check in and welcome drink are just a couple of the advantages that they offer. 

Add on to that a great location and a jacuzzi-infinity-bathtub hybrid, and you've really got yourself the perfect hotel!

Book directly on the Maduzi Hotel Bangkok's website: or (for cheaper rates) on

Disclaimer: Travelling Weasels were invited as guests of Maduzi hotel, however, all opinions are our own, as always. I wouldn't recommend something I haven't tried and liked. Or if I didn't like it I would tell you.

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