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Hotel G debuts in Bangkok & Pattaya
Bangkok, April 4, 2012
 

TWO Hotel G properties – Pullman Bangkok Hotel G and Pullman Pattaya Hotel G – are scheduled to open in Thailand this month, marking the next phase in the development of the new designer lifestyle hotel brand.

 

The two properties will be operated under a franchise agreement with Accor’s Pullman Hotels & Resorts, and will join the existing Hotel G in Beijing.

 

Located on Silom Road, the 470-room Pullman Bangkok Hotel G will offer 12 meeting rooms, a ballroom offering panoramic views of the Bangkok skyline, and an executive lounge.

 

The 353-room Pullman Pattaya Hotel G, located at Wongamart Beach in North Pattaya, will offer two outdoor pools, a private beach, a beach club and terrace, a range of indoor and outdoor beachfront dining options, an Aisawan Spa, and a fitness centre.

 

The Pattaya property will also offer MICE facilites for up to 1,700 guests, including 13 meeting rooms, and a ballroom with seating for 600 pax.

 

 

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Hy, nice post. Offtopic I would like to say there is new page for apartments in pattaya http://www.staypattaya.com
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