Need to know
40, including 11 suites.
Check-out 2pm, subject to availability (check-in and check-out is available from 6am to 8pm if arranged with the hotel in advance). Check-in, noon.
Double rooms from $106.03 (THB3,314), excluding tax at 17.7 per cent.
Rates usually include breakfast (THB500 for extra guests).
If a piece of art or an antique catches your eye in the hotel, feel free to ask if you can buy it ('borrowing' bathrobes and ashtrays is so last year!).
At the hotel
Free WiFi throughout, book/DVD library, gym, lounge. In rooms: flatscreen TV, DVD/CD players, Bose sound system with MP3/ipod port, fax/printer, minibar (with free soft drinks), espresso machine, locally made Panpuri toiletries.
Our favourite rooms
The fifth-floor Maduzi Suites have their own cosy reception area and a collection of Chinese art worthy of any gallery. If you’re seeking daylight, each of the six Corner Suites has a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows that let the sunshine flood in.
Relaxed sports gear for morning Tai Chi in Benjakiti Park; racy threads for bar-flitting after dark.
Part exclusive private home, part gentlemen’s club, this hotel is stylish, seductive and sophisticated. Ma Du Zi means ‘come and see’, but unless you’re a guest, it’s impossible to enter without prior arrangement.
Welcome, but this is more of an adult playground. A baby cot (free) can be added and there's a children’s menu. A single bed can be added to Maduzi Deluxe rooms, Maduzi Corner Suites and the Maduzi Suite for THB2,000 a night (THB1,500 for under-fives).