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Bangkok is a lively and frenetic city that offers great food and lots of culture, temples, and nightlife. Marriott is bringing the Autograph Collection brand to the city with the opening of the Madi Paidi Bangkok.
The Madi Paidi Bangkok is Marriott’s first Autograph Collection property in Thailand. There are currently 23 other Marriott properties in Bangkok including the St. Regis, Sheraton, Four Points by Sheraton, W, Marriott, Marriott Executive Apartments, Moxy, Courtyard by Marriott, Renaissance, Luxury Collection, JW Marriott, Aloft, Le Meridien, and Westin. The new hotel is located on a residential street near the Thong Lor district. It offers 56 rooms and its name translates to “a pleasant arrival and bon voyage” in Thai.
The boutique hotel has contemporary guest rooms and suites with rich jewel tones inspired by Thailand’s precious gemstones including topaz, sapphire, and emerald. Every room includes a living area with a sofa, premium coffee maker, large LED TV, and rain shower.
Jennifer Connell, Global Brand Leader, Autograph Collection Hotels and Vice President, Distinctive Premium Brands, Marriott International, said:
Thailand has long been an attractive destination for travelers with its fascinating culture and tropical climate. Our first Autograph Collection Hotels’ property in the country arrives in Bangkok – a city with rich backstories and a unique sense of style – ideally suited for the brand. Madi Paidi Bangkok, Autograph Collection aims to transport guests on an exciting journey into the city’s heart and soul, leaving a lasting imprint for them that is exactly like nothing else.”
The hotel’s restaurant, EKKALUCK Bangkok, serves a breakfast, lunch, and dinner featuring Thai cuisine with a focus on local ingredients sourced by executive chef Wuttisak Wuttiamporn. A second restaurant and bar is located poolside and in-room dining is available 24 hours a day.
The hotel is offering an opening rate that includes 5,000 bonus Marriott Bonvoy® points daily. If you’re looking for free nights, award redemption rates range between 20,000 and 39,000 points per night for standard rooms.
Anthony’s Take: I love the uniqueness and fun that Autograph Collection hotels deliver. This is one of many great choices in the Marriott portfolio when staying in Bangkok.
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