‘Tis the season once again and Hotels G is ready to welcome the whole family with the most memorable festivities ever. Whether you’re into the magic of White Christmas or looking for powder-soft sands — from Singapore to Yangon, to Pattaya and Bangkok — Hotels G, managed by GCP Hospitality, is the ideal place to celebrate in style and spread the holiday cheer!
Hotel G Singapore
Keeping it cool and trendy, Hotel G Singapore is shaking up this holiday season with its snazzy pop-culture style. Inspired by pop-art, the chic hotel transforms into a vibrant art gallery decked with halls of striking Christmas-themed prints and contemporary yuletide expressionism.
Stuck in town for the holidays? Pack up for an urban getaway with Hotel G’s festive room package featuring 15% off best available rates and valid on all room bookings from now till 31 December 2019. The hassle-free staycation comes with complimentary breakfast, all-day parking and late check-out, subject to availability.
Simply book online via hotelgsingapore.com and enter the code ‘HOHOHOLIDAY’ at check-out.
Pullman Bangkok Hotel G
Dreaming of a White Christmas? During the holiday season, Pullman Bangkok Hotel G‘s lobby will be transformed into a snow-covered winter wonderland with a white Christmas tree, as well as decorations and gifts galore, perfect for family and friends to gather and celebrate.
On Christmas Eve, there will be celebrations at the top of the hotel with a special Christmas Eve Dinner Buffet at Ballroom 38, while a New Year’s Eve party follows on 31 December featuring stunning neon, LED and blacklight décor, and top DJs spinning EDM into the early hours.
Book before 15 December and get a 15% Early Bird discount.
Pullman Pattaya Hotel G
Not feeling the White Christmas? Well, you can have the sea, sun, sand, and palm trees instead this festive season! Ring in the holidays with a cocktail (or two) in hand at Pullman Pattaya Hotel G.
This season, it’s time to indulge in a Christmas Eve dinner at The Beach Club Restaurant, with beachfront ocean views and a Christmas feast with all the trimmings. Spoil yourself with a delicious selection of fresh seafood including French oysters, New Zealand mussels, rock lobster, king crab, sushi and sashimi.
Looking for a wild party this New Year’s Eve? Then Pullman Pattaya Hotel G is just the right spot! The hotel will host a jungle fever event — guaranteed to satisfy even the hardiest of thrill-seekers, party panthers and cool cats — at The Beach Club this New Year’s Eve, purr-fect to ring in 2020.
Hotel G Yangon
Purple is the colour of this festive season at Hotel G Yangon.
At the hotel’s speciality eatery & bar Babett, the executive chef Christophe Buzare has created a menu filled with festive dishes that include items perfect for sharing.
For starters, savour the Quail and Foie-Gras Tourte, a traditional French style pie served with a Perigord black truffle sauce. For main, indulge in Babett’s La Cote d’Boeuf Charolaise, which is 1.2kg of renowned French Charolaise beef known for its exceptional premium quality. For a sweet finish, enjoy Violet Macarons for that extra purple touch, or the Vacherin Glace, a perfect way to say cheers to a wonderfully festive evening.
Babett’s festive menus are available from 15 December until 10 January 2020.
The Strand Yangon
This year, The Strand Yangon promises its most memorable holiday season yet!
From a large Christmas tree made of champagne bottles and Moët & Hennessy champagne cocktails in The Sarkies Bar to festive dining at The Strand Café and gastronomic dinners at The Strand Restaurant, The Strand Yangon brings an elegant touch to the traditional celebrations.
The Strand Yangon features a stunning 11-foot high champagne Christmas tree in the lobby created from 50 bottles of Moët & Hennessy’s signature champagne, Veuve Clicquot, all in the brand’s iconic orange and green livery.
And as 2020 approaches, The Strand Yangon will be transformed into a lavish party venue that The Great Gatsby himself would be proud of. From 7 pm onwards on 31 December, there will be live music in the Sarkies Bar, while in the lobby, clips from nostalgic black and white festive films will be projected onto the walls, before a clock appears to count down the final hours, minutes and seconds to midnight.