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 January 2014) Great times have come around again. Pullman Pattaya Hotel G has newly renovated its G Executive Club Rooms, and it’s time to check them out by checking in.

The new 42 sq m rooms are light and inspiring places, featuring classy all-wood floors and furniture in comfortable earth tones, with a balcony delivering a breathtaking view of the Gulf. And booking

the new G Executive Club Room comes with a complement of benefits as well … Cool off with a glass of freshly squeezed fruit juice upon arrival at the Chill Out Bar. And keep cool

with private check-in & check-out at Le Club Priority Desk. Mornings begin the right way, with an exclusive breakfast at the Sunset Lounge overlooking the hotel’s private beach. Come back for

Sunset Cocktails from 5.30pm to 6.30pm each evening. All day refreshments are another sweetener that helps turn this holiday into paradise.

“People nowadays are looking for a unique experience, something with 5 star standards that also appeals to hip and design-conscious individuals,” says Mr. Sophon Vongchatchainont, General

Manager of at Pullman Pattaya Hotel G with long experience in this location and an observant eye.

“Our new G Executive Club Rooms turn up the leisure at Pullman Pattaya Hotel G and make a relaxing stay at the beach also very cool and aesthetically pleasing, with well recognized amenities

and services that make our hotel stand out in this world class resort destination.”

On that note, the refurbished rooms also feature the newly designed G Executive Club Minibar. With a vast selection of refreshments, ranging from various high-quality spirits and soft drinks, it can turn

any moment in the room into a pleasure worth remembering.

And a memorable experience is exactly what a stay in the new G Executive Club Rooms promises.

In addition to the famous Pullman Bed concept, a spacious bathroom equipped with a separate bathtub and raindrop shower with upscale Roger & Gallet amenities are also provided. Guests will

also find other nice and necessary touches, such as a daily newspaper and, always tech savvy, free Wi-Fi internet access throughout the property.

Whether a business trip or pure pleasure — or mixing a little of both — Pullman Pattaya Hotel G has come up with the right recipe for a fantastic time on the sands of Pattaya with the new G Executive

Special offer starts from Baht 5,355 including Club benefits, valid until June 2014 (price is subject to 10% service charge and 7% government tax). Reservation can be made through or email: or call +66 (0) 3841 1940 to 8.

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