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
Hotel was easy to find and quite fast to reach from the airport. Staff was helpful and professional and our wish of high floor was noted. Breakfast was great with lots of options, they even served glutenfree bread. Unfortunately our room had dust and dirt in the floor and towels in our room were dirty which we found out when my friend took shower. We called to the reception, it took 15 minutes for them to bring clean ones and they didn’t took the dirty towels away which we found quite disgusting
For our last night in Bangkok, we stayed in this hotel in an Executive room with lounge access and we enjoyed it very much! The check in was easy, when we arrived, we were escorted from the lobby to the lounge to do our check in, it was nice and quick and we were informed of the afternoon tea time and happy hour which we both tried. They served some sandwiches and sweets for the teatime which are all nice, but i would say i liked the happy hour more, they served free flowing alcohol in the lounge and also some light bites to accompany the drinks, since it is our last night in Bangkok, we chose to stay and relax in the lounge with some drinks in hand we enjoyed it all the way! I wished we stayed longer but we only had one day after arriving from Krabi. We informed the staff that we had to check out early for our morning flight and they offered us a breakfast box which is really thoughtful. Check out was as easy as the check in, we just told them we are leaving, they asked about our stay and then handed over our breakfast. We enjoyed our stay and wish we can stay longer! We highly recommend this hotel especially the executive room and lounge.
Haven’t been back to Bangkok for ages. Found this strategic hotel. Love the practicality. Packed with guests. Lots of China tourist and other guests but they still managed it well. Friendly staff. Nearby the train station. Easy walk to Si Lom plaza where we had a lovely dessert 10-15 mins walk to After You (must try!!!! Mango sticky rice flavor ice dessert) . We also had a massage nearby Dhara Beauty Spa super 2 mins walk and there you are best good rate for Thai massage (book online for promo discount!!!) .
We walked to train station also.
We took lots of Grab car (use the app for cheap rates don’t be fooled by tuk tuk who charge high for tourist).
Breakfast was included. Staff were all friendly and attentive. Good breakfast spread.
We had newly renovated rooms the white color style room.
Basic needs were met. Nothing to complain. Good value.
Had a lovely stay at the Pullman G in Bangkok. The rooms are well appointed and clean. The staff lovely and always helpful despite language barrier sometimes. Yes, the aircon was broken in part of the gym but overall it was one of the more varied and well appointed one so far. The location is good, you can walk to multiple stations and are just meters away from Padpong markets and delicious street food. I would recommend if you’re looking for good value for money when staying in bangkok
Great location, nice spacious rooms amd friendly staff.
Only disappointing thing was that the gym staff only allowed to take one bottle which is ridiculous for a 5 star hotel. I finished a 30 min intense HIIT, soaked in sweat came to pick to bottles of water and the staff whilst taking to a woman made it clear to me that i can only pick one. Pretty rude!