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Stay at the Pullman Bangkok King Power Hotel

June 11, 2013 by

Pullman Bangkok

The Pullman Bangkok King Power Hotel is ideally situated to welcome guests from around the world. It’s just a short walk from the Skytrain and airport train, plus it’s connected to the King Power duty-free shopping mall.

The resort-style atmosphere is perfect for vacation travelers while its large meeting facilities make it a good choice for business travelers, too.

Conveniently Located

Bangkok is known for traffic jams, and the Pullman Bangkok King Power Hotel’s proximity to a variety of trains lets you get around without the threat of losing time sitting in traffic. It’s situated behind the corner of airport express train station which is approximately a 10-minute walk, and it is close to the Skytrain station, too.

Along with trains, the city bus terminal in also nearby.

Pullman Bangkok Room

Amenities

The Pullman Hotel Bangkok is comfortable and has a reputation for clean rooms and great service. It is close to golf and shopping and offers amenities including a variety of restaurants, a bar, an infinity pool that overlooks a botanical garden and a spa ready to melt away your jet lag.

All 366 rooms are equipped with a signature Pullman bed and free Wi-fi and satellite and cable TV. Rooms are air conditioned but the corridors are not.

Infinity Pool

Infinity pool at Pullman Bangkok

Dining

The Pullman Bangkok King Power Hotel offers a wide range of dining options. It’s important to note that smoking is allowed but non-smoking areas are available. For casual dining, Cuisine Unplugged offers pasta dishes, pizza, a sushi counter, a salad bar, and bakery corner. A buffet offers all you can eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

The Déjà Vu features award-winning French cuisine with a contemporary twist while the Chaan serves up authentic Thai cuisine and other popular Asian cuisine. The Terrace features gourmet selections, and the Delice Bakery offers everything from French baguettes, to fresh juices and organic tea.

The bottom line is there are so many dining options that it probably isn’t possible to try everything in one trip.

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