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Wed, 5 August 2015

Grand Millennium Sukhumvit Bangkok Rebrands

Accor has taken over the management of the Grand Millennium Sukhumvit Bangkok and rebranded the hotel as the Pullman Bangkok Grande Sukhumvit, the third Pullman in the city.

The 325-room hotel features a highly visible sail-shaped glass faade, a range of room styles from deluxe rooms to executive suites and a presidential suite as well as two restaurants, a deli lounge, a cocktail bar, outdoor pool, well-equipped gym and extensive spa. The hotel also has ten meeting rooms including a pillarless grand ballroom for up to 500 guests.

The Pullman Bangkok Grande Sukhumvit is a terrific addition to the network, providing stylish, upscale accommodation designed for todays sophisticated traveller, said Michael Issenberg, Chairman and CEO AccorHotels Asia Pacific. Bangkok holds a special place in the history of the Pullman brand as we opened our first Pullman there the Pullman Bangkok King Power back in 2008. To add our third Pullman in Bangkok - at a time when the brand has over 55 hotels in the region - is testament to how well the brand has been embraced by travellers and owners alike over the years.

Sukhumvit is one of Bangkoks most famous streets and also the longest road in Thailand. The Pullmans position at Asoke (Sukhumvit Soi 21) puts it just moments from Asoke BTS, Sukhumvit MRT and the Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre. 

Accor, Pullman, Bangkok, Sukhumvit

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