With 388 guestrooms, Pullman King
Power Hotel occupies a 21-storey, south wing tower and a 6-floor, L-shaped
low-rise to the west and north, surrounding a grand, inner, open courtyard.
First-floor guestrooms are
especially provided with an intimate touch, opening out to a long, narrow lotus
pond which amplifies the sense of oriental living by the water.
At the inner boulevard, Pullman
King Power Hotel welcomes guests with a colonnaded arrival courtyard to define
the border into tranquility.
Dropped off under the shade of
rain tree, as guests are led to the grand lobby, which is connected to banquet
hall, they catch a glimpse of the inner courtyard, hosting the all-day dining
and lobby lounge.
The spa, function rooms and Asian
fusion food restaurant are arrayed on the upper floor, while the glazed-edge
swimming pool over-hangs the grand courtyard.
The whole design traverses the
line between typical urban hospitality and resort-style hotel by lavishly
expanding large open spaces, such as the central courtyard, incorporating
waterscape and ample local greenery amidst the complex. Natural light diffuses
through trellis and shading screens also amplify tropical ambience to the
Pullman King Power is intentionally designed to be a
resort-like hotel in the heart of Bangkok.