Pullman Bangkok King Power
What We Love
- Guests get discounts at the adjacent duty-free shopping center, King Power Mall
- Food, glorious food: six on-site restaurants and some of Bangkok's best street food stalls just out front
- Executive Rooms include free access the King Power lounge at Suvarnabhumi Airport
What To Know
- The hotel and adjacent duty-free mall are popular with tour groups
- For a hotel of this size, the fitness center is small
- The surrounding street life offers authentic local flavor, but it's not the prettiest neighborhood
- The Déjà Vu dim sum restaurant is open only on weekends
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Housed in a glass and steel building, the Pullman Bangkok King Power is a towering property with direct access to the adjacent King Power duty-free mall. Sunlight streams into the double-height glass-encased lobby and the inner garden atrium, and the loft-like sprawl is dotted with low-slung gray modular sofas and pots of colorful orchids. Subtle contemporary wooden sculptures and artwork panels are strategically placed around the reception area.
Bed and Bath
Floor-to-ceiling windows and a neutral color palette keep things cool in the guestrooms, and contemporary Thai floral paintings in cheery yellow adorn the walls. All bathrooms are marble-clad and feature rain showers, separate bathtubs and amenities from French perfumier Roger & Gallet. Superior and Deluxe Rooms in the second-floor garden wing have balconies overlooking the botanical garden courtyard.
The hotel’s six restaurants offer a range of culinary delights, from Cuisine Unplugged, for all-you-can-eat lunch buffets as well as à la carte dishes, to the rustic Wine Pub, which has a great selection of wines served with tapas, cheese and cold cuts. Tuck into traditional Asian fare at Déjà Vu, which serves dim sum on weekends, or feast on à la carte Thai at @Chaan. Afternoon tea and sundowners can be enjoyed at the Glen Bar, while the alfresco Delice serves sandwiches and sweet treats in the tropical botanical garden. For more active pursuits, there’s a fitness center at Le Spa and an open-air infinity pool (one of the largest in Bangkok) that features a separate kids area and a massage jet cove.
In the Area
The narrow road the hotel is located on might not be much to look at, but Soi Rangnam is one of the city’s foodie hot spots, lined with no-name streetside noodle stalls and more established eateries such as Tida Esarn (for traditional northeastern fare) and the long-standing Kuang Seafood. For a spot of live music, the nearby Saxophone is one of the city’s best blues and jazz joints. Swing by the adjacent King Power Mall for duty-free bargains or hit the Movie Plaza for a plush cinema experience. For a spot of culture, the Askra Theatre, in the same complex, presents traditional Thai puppet shows, and the Suan Pakkad Palace museum, a former royal residence, showcases the country’s fine arts heritage.
How to Get There
service and staff attention still very high especially team at the executive floor , Mr Wut , Miss Music, Mr Arm, and the cook team very friendly. at front office excellent attention from Miss Nan Karaked and her team and bell boy service and swimming pool attendant always here to help and make my stay just perfect.
the hotel is very good! Very attentive and helpful staff. Good food, good rooms and cleanliness. Everything perfect! I love everything in this hotel, good room service as well. I fell home there even being a hotel.
Stayed for business - comfortable rooms, great conference facilities, amazing food, nice pool but most of all, lovely staff.
I don't generally stay in hotels as nice as this and with long work days I was grateful for the multiple 'spaces' in the hotel so even when you don't leave the hotel you don't feel totally cooped up. It's very close to the nearest skytrain station too - about 5 mins walk I think? Lots of little places to eat nearby (nothing fancy, but good food).
Was there on a short business trip for 2 days. Chill environment for business people, and the food court at the King Power complex is not to be missed. At the same time, I particularly enjoyed some of the amenities such as the gym.
The hotel is located not too far from the end station of the airport train. The hotel has been recently renovated. Lobby looks really good. The rooms are of good standard too.
The hotel is within the King Power Duty free shopping complex. The area is being visited by a huge amount of busses full of mainland China tourists. So be warned, it can become chaotic and very loud.
We had a seminar in the hotel and I was very happy with the Organization, Support and quality. Really well done.
The down side of the Hotel is the executive floor. Badly trained (or not trained at all) staff results in a below par service, very Low quality food (they seem to serve the left overs from the ground floor restaurant). Food drink preparation processes are unacceptable and sometime even the basics rules are not applied (I won’t go into details but in some countries authorities would shut down the kitchen). The lounge is very dirty at times. Food spills from the morning are still all over in the evening.
The only reason I rate “poor” is because of the executive lounge, otherwise the hotel deserves a very good.
Same applies to the staff, some of the them (front desk and meeting/banquets services) are very professional but on the other side in other departments some of them simply don’t care, beside of smiling not a lot is happening....