Need to know
12 one-, two-, and three-bed suites.
11am; check-in from 2pm.
Double rooms from $232.20 (£188), excluding tax at 20 per cent.
One of the many features that make No.5 Maddox Street stand out from the crowd is its fantastic take on the minibar, their ‘Big Bar’, with its ‘good’ and ‘bad’ options. 'Good' choices include organic penne pasta and pasta sauce; 'Bad' includes temptations such as Divine chocolate bars and Jelly Bellies. The ‘Baddest Bar’ tempts you with naughtiness such as Vodka and Bloody Mary mix. Personal grocery shopping is also offered from Wholefoods in Soho, so you can have your cupboards stocked with your favourite organic and Fair-Trade foods. As if that wasn't enough, on arrival, each guest receives a complimentary welcome tray with a choice of teas, fresh Fair Trade coffee, fruit, and handmade Artisan du Chocolat delights.
At the hotel
Free membership to a private gym on Kingly Street, copies of <i>Time Out</i> in every suite, free WiFi, CD and DVD library. In rooms: smartphone with unlimited internet access and free calls to selected countries, flatscreen TV, compact music system, MP3 docking station, REN products in bathrooms; many of the suites have terraces.
Our favourite rooms
For a palatial stay, book the one-bedroom Deluxe Suite. Kitted out with a gigantic double bed, bamboo flooring and a living room with a working fireplace for cosy evenings, this suite also has a decked balcony off the bedroom.
Your iPod, your favourite recipe book for quick-and-easy entertaining, shopping-friendly footwear.
There is no lift. In-suite massages can be booked in advance. Non-smoking indoors, but the Deluxe Suites, the two-bedroom suites and the Bartlett Suites have balconies.
Very welcome. Cots can be added to the suite free of charge (ask when booking). Baby bath, bibs, highchair and children's cutlery and crockery and children's DVDs also available.
For cleaning, 'e cloths' are used, and a minimal amount of chemicals. The Ren toiletries are paraben-free and all the packaging is recyclable. As much as possible at No 5 Maddox Street is recycled and everything that can be is Fair Trade.