The Pullman Shanghai Jing’an is a luxury hotel near Shanghai Railway Station with modern rooms and a good breakfast. In this extensive review, I’ll explain whether staying here is a good idea or whether you should rather look elsewhere! Shanghai is a massive city, which is one of the reasons why choosing a perfect location for a stay isn’t that easy. Classification: Five Stars Room Category: Deluxe Room Month of Stay: September… Read More
The Pullman Auckland is one of soon to be three luxury options of Accorhotels in the biggest city in New Zealand. In this review, I’ll explain whether it is worth staying at the Pullman or whether you are better of with a stay at the Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour. The hotel market in Auckland is quite interesting. There are a few chain hotels, including a Sofitel and a Hilton, but overall not… Read More
Another property in Auckland! Here are the first impressions of Pullman Auckland! The hotel somewhat combines modern elements with a rustic charm. An interesting property! Stay tuned for our extensive review here on traveluxblog!
With an early departure, I decided to give the new Pullman Sydney Airport a try! While the property looks stylish on the photos, there are some issues with the rooms. Sadly, style seems to go over functionality at the hotel. Be sure to check back for our extensive review in a couple of weeks!
For our second night in Sao Paulo, we chose the Pullman Ibirapuera. The room is pretty basic, but offers a nice view of the skyline of the city of Sao Paulo. More can be read in our soon released hotel review!
Time flies by, our last night in Bangkok begins. Last but not least, we pay the Pullman King Power Bangkok a visit. Very nice staff, a real oasis of a pool and a decent room make us enjoy our last hours in Bangkok! All of what we experienced will be described later on in a detailed hotel review.