The main reception area is on the ground floor, but for executive floor rooms at the Pullman King Power, you are escorted to check in at the executive lounge on the 20th floor. Flying the new Thai Airways midnight flight from Brisbane resulted in me checking-in just after 6am and the time being the start of breakfast. To my utter surprise, I was invited to a complimentary breakfast even though I was not entitled that morning.
Above is the casual seating area inside the Executive Lounge.
Dining area inside Executive Lounge. Prior to the renovations, this area use to be the food and drink area.
This is one of two personal areas in the middle of the Lounge at the Pullman King Power hotel. Prior to the renovations, this area use to have a counter with high chairs.
This is new, a small business/meeting area. Prior to the renovations this area just had additional lounge seating.
The new food service area for breakfast as well as happy hour in the evenings between 5 – 7pm.
Breakfast has a selection of bread and bakery items along with selection of cheeses and jams.
Selection of juices, fruits, yogurts etc for the Executive Lounge breakfast. The hotel adds water to their juices so while fresh, it does detract from enjoying 100% juice.
Coffee and tea area, also available anytime during opening hours along with various soft drinks (sodas).
Breakfast menu. While selection is limited, all food is cooked to order. While I prefer to eat downstairs in the main restaurant for breakfast due to greater variety, if you are wanting a little quiet time without competing with other guests for food, the lounge is a good choice for breakfast. If you are feeling hungry and worried about limited portions, I have in the past ordered a second breakfast without a fuss or query.