Pullman Bangkok Hotel G
What We Love
- Excellent dining concepts, including a 24-hour burger joint and a restaurant affiliated with a Michelin-starred chef
- Within walking distance of the BTS Skytrain and the vibrant entertainment and shopping neighborhood of Silom
- Buzzy atmosphere
What To Know
- Traditionalists might not appreciate the T-shirt-clad doormen or the laid-back approach to hospitality
- The gym is pretty small, and the covered pool doesn't catch the sun
- The all-white decor of the G Deluxe Rooms and G Suites is a little clinical
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
The ground-floor lobby is a visual treat decorated with eclectic artworks, such as a caricature sumo statue and giant mushroom sculptures. A faux exposed brick wall and vintage decorative items — antique Polaroid camera, Binatone Digimatic clock radio, record player — inject a sense of refined nostalgia. Moving images add to the wonder, with LCD screens in the elevators showing fashion and design montages synched with omnipresent lounge beats.
Bed and Bath
G Deluxe Rooms are bathed in futuristic white, from the bedside armchair to the ceramic penny tiles that blanket the bathroom. The similarly sized Executive Rooms are designed with rich earth tones and wood furnishings. The G Suites have monochromatic interiors softened by vintage furniture; there’s a glass bar ideal for cocktails mixed by a private bartender. All rooms come with spacious bathrooms with bathtubs. Toiletries from French company Roger & Gallet are provided in the Executive Rooms and G Suites.
The sultry interiors of the Scarlett wine bar and restaurant set the mood for fine European dining; the menu features dishes recreated from consultant chef Manuel Martinez’s two-Michelin-starred Louis XIII restaurant in Paris. 25 Degrees, a sister to the Los Angeles burger joint, serves up some of the juiciest burgers in town 24 hours a day. For a casual tipple, Playground, on the mezzanine level, has a cozy living room ambience. An open-air swimming pool, a small fitness center, and the Anne Sémonin spa offer opportunities to work off culinary indulgences and get ready for an evening on the town.
In the Area
Silom is a business district by day and a neon-lit urban playground by night. For some local eats, follow the office crowd around midday to Silom Soi 5 for a variety of noodle and rice dishes. After lunch wander around the alleyways packed with clothes and trinket vendors to understand why this pedestrian lane is known locally as Soi Lalai Sap, or Money Melting Alley. On the way back to the hotel, stop by Dean & DeLuca for tasty pastries and an afternoon cuppa. Every night along Silom Road the nightlife and shopping area clustered around the BTS Skytrain Saladaeng station comes to life. For a classy dining and wining experience, Ku Dé Ta and trendy Maggie Choo’s are usually abuzz with afterwork executives and the beautiful people of Bangkok.
How to Get There
We stayed at Pullman G Bangkok for only 1 night. Check in and check out is good and quick.The room is so white, provides bright and modern feeling. Breakfast is tasty and variety. Lounge service is good, but limited food for evening cocktail. Gym and swimming pool is ok, a bit too small. As Accor platinum member, we do not have some benefit as we get from other Accor hotels such as no room upgrade, no welcome drink voucher, no welcome basket, free minibar. They did not even mention that we are accor member.
In overall, it is good stay, clean room, good service and good food. However it is not impressive, service is just ok, nothing is special or outstanding and we expected more from Pullman as 5 star hotel.
Nice hotel and good location! Service was great and breakfast was delicious. All employees were helpful, especially Henry, who provided wonderful service at breakfast. I would recommend this hotel for anyone coming to Bangkok!
On check-in into the hotel, the staff asked if I wanted to wait for a single large bed. Which I agreed to, and collected my room later on that day. On return to my room to discover that this was a twin bed how disappointing. From this point forward everything was downhill. Firstly they told me to wait for another room which I did. And then the shower's drain was blocked to which they said the hotel staff said they would get engineering to look into this matter this continued for 3 nights. And on the last night, they offered to change rooms. The washroom was constantly flooded every time I took a shower. Then the restaurant food from the restaurant might not be up to standard after consuming the first meal I vomited.