I stayed in the Executive Suite and being a gold member of Le Club, was entitled to a free upgrade from the Executive Room. The Suite differs mainly in having a separate lounge area giving you a bit more space to move around.

Table area

Door to room showing small table and chairs with the mini-bar fridge and coffee/tea area.

Lounge with chaise and coffee table. Don’t worry about tipping the coffee table over, its screwed to the floor!

One of the 2 TV’s in the suite. Channels are somewhat limited but standard with Bangkok hotels I’ve found. Hotel has its own channel advising of current promotions running in the hotel.

King size bed that is very comfortable with access to master lighting and telephone. There are universal power plugs as well as 2 usb plugs to charge your devices. If the pillows don’t suite, you can request a different type from the pillow menu you can see on the bed.

Second TV for the bedroom. These TV’s have been updated with the refurbishment and are Samsung TV’s. You can see from this shot that there is a sliding door (on both entrances) which you can use to separate the bedroom from the lounge area. Quite a handy feature if one of you wants to have a sleep in or and afternoon nap before a big night.

Pictures showing you around the bathroom at the Pullman King Power hotel suite, you even get the use of a bath toy during your stay.

Various toiletries are supplied and replaced daily when the room is cleaned.

Where you will find your pod coffee machine and everything else.

Not the most stocked fridge I’ve seen in a hotel but in all honesty, with access to the Executive Lounge and free drinks, why would you need to use the mini-bar. Stay away from the water in the fridge if you want to avoid extra charges when time to check-out.

Notice informing you what complimentary drinks you can have per day from the room.

Picture showing you coffee pods and teas etc. No fresh milk, but I understand a phone call to the Lounge or housekeeping can correct that if you are feeling like a hot drink in your room and don’t fancy powdered creamer.

Room safe, umbrella, emergency torch and even some workout equipment if you have some extra energy to burn.

Lastly, an oil burner to keep your room smelling nice. The oil is topped up when they do the turndown service in the evening and lasts about 20 hours.

As far as the room goes, it’s hard to fault. To nit-pick for this particular room (1740), the sliding door to the bathroom stuck half way while closing and opening. Overall, the room is spacious (even their standard executive rooms are larger than other executive rooms I’ve stayed in Bangkok) and well maintained with housekeeping always doing an excellent job.