“The motivation behind the rebranding (of the two hotels) came from the need to evolve products to cater to the increasing number of younger and more savvy business and leisure travelers,” said Guy Poujoulat, General Manager of Pullman Bangkok Hotel G. The move into Thailand comes on the back of the parent company’s success with the Hotel G brand in Beijing, China.
The beachside swimming pool area at Pullman Pattaya Hotel G.
The Pullman Pattaya Hotel G hotel was formerly titled the Pullman Pattaya Aisawan, situated on Wongamat beach. The 353-room property has seen its guest accommodation redecorated in a contemporary style and all rooms now come complete with a media hub, Wi-fi internet, 32" LCD flat screen TV, plus separate bathroom and shower areas.
The hotel also offers 13 meeting room areas including the 417sqm infinity ballroom and the 240 capacity Gemini I and II rooms.
Guestrooms have been refurbished in a contemporary yet luxurious style.
Christophe Vielle, Managing Director of GCP Hospitality said. “The success of our first property in Beijing confirmed that guests are keen on seeing the brand rolled-out. The new Hotel G properties in Pattaya and Bangkok were developed with the G DNA guaranteeing an inspiring experience.”
The company has recently secured further properties in Hong Kong, Suzhou and Shenzhen where it intends to expand next with the popular G brand.
Sunset Lounge at Pullman Pattaya Hotel G
Pullman Pattaya Hotel G's Main Building Corridor
The Main Lobby at Pullman Pattaya Hotel G
Beach Club Restaurant - Pullman Pattaya Hotel G