Pullman Bangkok King Power Renovated

Nine years after opening its doors, Pullman Bangkok King Power, the world’s first Pullman, has completed a transformative renovation, providing business travellers with a new choice of luxury accommodation in a cutting-edge design.

The hotel’s 354 guestrooms across four room types including 18 brand-new Deluxe rooms with balcony, and five gourmet restaurants and bars, have been completely redesigned by the award-winning designers at Architects 49 (IA49).

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All rooms offer complimentary high-speed wifi, USB charging points, tea and coffee making facilities, and a rain shower and bathtub, complemented by C.O. Bigelow’s range of bath and skincare products from New York. The 18 Deluxe Balcony rooms feature an outdoor space overlooking the hotel’s lush botanical gardens or swimming pool.

The brand’s Co-Meeting concept introduces a new approach to organising meetings, seminars, and upscale incentive events, with ground-breaking technologies, customised service from expert teams, and dedicated one-stop contacts in the IT Solutions Manager and Event Manager. The property now provides 600sqm of flexible space with 20 meeting rooms, including an innovative new daylight ballroom.

Nine years after opening its doors, Pullman Bangkok King Power, the world's first Pullman, has completed a transformative renovation.

The Eternity ballroom offers up to 500 guests an energising event experience with natural daylight, and cutting-edge technology complemented by handmade customised open kitchen from the Italian brand Marrone, as well as an additional dedicated car entrance for vehicle exhibitions. The Infinity ballroom, with a 600-guest capacity, can be divided into two separate zones with in-function and post-function chill-out spaces, while the Déjà Vu room is ideal for a special private function and more intimate gatherings.

The Pullman Executive Lounge has been transformed into an upscale relaxing space, with an open kitchen design created exclusively for suite and club floor guests. The lounge includes meeting spaces, a living room, and an inviting open kitchen. Other facilities include a spa, a state-of-the-art fitness centre, and a 27-metre open-air pool with jacuzzi.

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Located next to the King Power Duty Free Downtown Complex, with easy access to the BTS Skytrain at Victory Monument Station, the Pullman Bangkok is 45-minute from Suvarnabhumi Airport via the Suvarnabhumi Airport Rail Link.

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