Perfect Your Bangkok Vacation With A Stay At This State-Of-The-Art Hotel

Perfect Your Bangkok Vacation With A Stay At This State-Of-The-Art Hotel

Pullman Bangkok King Power has just undergone a revolutionary transformation – it's time to book a stay here on your next Bangkok vacay!

If you are wondering where to stay in Bangkok, you might want to consider Pullman Bangkok King Power! Also known as the original Pullman Hotel, Pullman Bangkok King Power has completed a transformative renovation project that embodies the trend toward cutting-edge design in the upscale hospitality sector, offering guests and locals a compelling new choice for accommodation, show stopping events and innovative dining.

As the first hotel of AccorHotels’ upscale international hotel brand, the Pullman Bangkok King Power is also the first Pullman Hotel to undergo a complete revamp in line with the brand’s global ‘Our World Is Your Playground’ concept. Presenting guests with a cosmopolitan, vibrant and stylish experience, the newly-transformed hotel is designed to ensure that the service, room amenities and food and beverage facilities is impeccably presented to satisfy every guest’s individual lifestyle.

On walking into Pullman Bangkok King Power, guests are invited to enjoy an endlessly delectable experience featuring a unique cuisine rotation concept with a wide choice of freshly made sweet and savory dishes available for sit-in or take-away. At sunset, the cool sounds and laid-back vibe of the resident DJ permeate the atmosphere.


All 354 newly designed guestrooms, consisting of 4 room types, will feature a warm colour palette of grey or charcoal, wall art, wooden work tables, lounge chairs and LED smart TVs, with bamboo flooring in Superior, Deluxe and Executive rooms and teak flooring in the Suites. The 18 brand-new Deluxe Balcony rooms will feature a private balcony overlooking the hotel’s lush botanical gardens or swimming pool for the true al fresco experience.

The hotel’s all-day dining restaurant Cuisine Unplugged has been redesigned to include the Face of Foliage, a dining concept built around green and organic ingredients freshly delivered from local farms, interactive experiences between guests and chefs, and a well-being beverage station serving detox, anti-aging and energy juices.


The hotel’s bar, Glen Bar, reopens its doors with a newly constructed mezzanine space under the brand-new theme of ‘VERY Thai’. The exotic displays of yadong – traditional Thai street liquor served from urns – and the gentle sounds of the Ranad – a traditional Thai xylophone – welcome Glen Bar’s guests to an entirely unique, relaxing and soothing experience.

The new incarnation of Pullman Bangkok King Power provides 600 square meters of flexible space with 20 meeting rooms including an innovative new daylight ballroom. Both of the hotel’s ballrooms are replete with professional dedicated Event and IT Managers, exclusive menus and tailor-made themed coffee breaks.


Outside of events, the warm and inviting Pullman Executive Lounge has been transformed into an upscale relaxing space with open kitchen design created exclusively for suite and club floor guests. It will include facilities such as a pampering spa, high-tech fitness center, 27-metre open-air pool with Jacuzzi, and kids’ pool.

Pullman Bangkok King Power is situated in a prime position between Soi Rang Nam and Sri Ayudhya Road, next to the King Power Duty Free Downtown Complex, with easy access to the BTS Skytrain at Victory Monument Station. You can get from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Phayathai Station in about 45 minutes via the Suvarnabhumi Airport Rail Link. From Phayathai Station, the hotel is within walking distance.


Complete your holiday in Bangkok with a stay at Pullman Bangkok KIng Power! With luxurious rooms, state-of-the-art design, and innovative dining options, your time in Bangkok will be more enjoyable than ever.

Information is extracted from Press Release issued by AccorHotels

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