When the world is your playground and every moment an opportunity for work and play, stay in stylish surroundings in the heart of the city to stay connected and to complement your sophisticated urban lifestyle. Whether fast-paced or if you want to take things a little more leisurely, the Pullman Bangkok Hotel G is the only choice when you need that balance of efficiency, accomplishment and personal well-being, with its cutting-edge design, in-vogue dining and trendy events.

Urban lifestyle in the heart of the city
Located in the heart of the vibrant metropolis along Silom Road, better known as the ‘Wall Street of Thailand’, and surrounded by world-class shopping malls and entertainment venues, Pullman Bangkok Hotel G is a convenient 45-minute drive from Suvarnabhumi International Airport and a mere 5-minute walk to Chong Nonsi, the BTS SkyTrain station.

Arguably Bangkok’s best-known location with its plethora of local and international restaurants, its myriad of local boutiques, bars and popular entertainment spots, Silom Road also leads to the city’s iconic Chao Phraya River, connecting guests to some of Bangkok’s top cultural sights like The Grand Palace, Wat Arun (The Temple of Dawn) and Chinatown, all within reach.

Glamorous spaces
All 469 rooms at the Pullman Bangkok Hotel G embrace edgy chic décor, reminiscent of New York’s iconic spacious white minimalist lofts. Ranging from its stylish Deluxe Rooms to the modern Suites, the lifestyle hotel offers four different room types with views of the breath-taking Bangkok Skyline.

Less is more and 187 of the recently renovated G Deluxe Rooms take this axiom to a whole new level. The contemporary furnishings and décor of these 34sqm rooms along with the artful use of white as the dominant colour creates a space that feels at once spacious and light, while offering floor-to-ceiling windows with uninterrupted views of the city. For a more cosmopolitan vibe, guests can enjoy the revamped 77sqm G Suite with a separate bedroom and a spacious ‘NYC loft style’ living room.

For some exclusive comfort while on business, guests can choose from 128 Executive Rooms ranging in size from 77 to 165sqm. The room décor is defined by wooden flooring, modern furnishings and floor-to-ceiling windows with sweeping views of the city. 23 Executive Suites are also available with contemporary fittings and equipped with a BOSE home theatre sound system, iPod & iPhone docking stations and complimentary coffee and tea facilities. Access to the Executive Lounge is provided along with personalised private check-in and butler service and ACCOR’s renowned luxury bedding concept – the Pullman Bed – and an extensive pillow menu.

Stay inspired with endless possibilities for new experiences, new acquaintances and new ideas with three uniquely-themed meeting rooms: The Retreat, The Library and The Gallery. For an added touch of glamour, Ballroom 38 on the 38th floor boasts a luxurious venue of 411sqm with the capacity to hold up to 350 guests. The space is decked in sheer luxury with shimmering gold finishes, stunning chandeliers and majestic drapery all set to impress with an equally stunning city view.

Award-winning cuisine and cutting-edge dining venues
At the Pullman Bangkok Hotel G, holistic dining takes on new meaning with Chef Sylvain Royer, Executive Chef of the hotel’s two award-winning restaurants, 25 Degrees Burgers, Wine & Liquor Bar and Scarlett Wine Bar & Restaurant. Chef Sylvain, who apprenticed at two Michelin-starred restaurants in France, is renowned for his Farm to Table philosophy, only choosing the best and fresh products for his cuisine.

Retro chic 25 Degrees Burgers, Wine & Liquor Bar, sister venue to the legendary LA burger bar in iconic Hollywood Roosevelt, is named after the precise temperature difference between a raw and a well-done burger. Interiors are fitted with a sophisticated “bordello meets burger bar” décor, replete with a funky American vibe. The ultimate venue where you can eat, drink, party and entertain all under one roof, whatever the occasion, 24 hours a day!

To escape from the city’s hustle and bustle, Scarlett Wine Bar & Restaurant on the 37th floor offers stunning panoramic views from the open air terrace with traditional French cuisine complemented by an extensive list of fine wines at reasonable prices.

For those looking for heartier fare and more choice, head to Mistral Restaurant for a sumptuous International Buffet spread for either breakfast or lunch.

It is cocktail central at Playground, Bubbles & Mixology Bars – a reinterpretation of a “speak-easy” concept for the 21st century with décor that suggests a quasi-clandestine hideaway that features elegantly exposed brick walls and various objets d’art. Unwind with bespoke cocktails alongside a selection of retro board games like backgammon, chess, foosball and more.

Veteran hotelier joins the family
Newly appointed General Manager in May, Mr Philippe Le Bourhis said, “Guest satisfaction and personalised service is a top priority at Pullman Bangkok Hotel G. From lavish, sophisticated stylish rooms to exquisite dining experiences, we aim to offer guests an unforgettable experience where ideas, histories and cultures blend.”

“I am thrilled to be joining the Pullman Bangkok Hotel G family and I look forward to continuing to develop the brand as Bangkok’s most stylish hotel and maintaining the hotel’s reputation as one that not only inspires creativity but also offers outstanding international cuisine,” he added.

A seasoned hotelier with over 25 years of experience in the hotel industry and having spent most of his years in Southeast Asia notably working for Accor properties in Thailand and Indonesia, Mr Bourhis is a name familiar to the Pullman Brand. Prior to joining Pullman Bangkok Hotel G, the French native was General Manager of Pullman Bangkok Grande Sukhumvit and Pullman Jakarta Indonesia. Thailand has always held a special place in Mr Bourhis’ heart as that is where he started his career – in Chiang Mai to be precise – more than 20 years ago and is proud to be back at the trendiest hotel in the Land of Smiles.

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