The Pullman and the adjoining Novotel were built in tandem and designed in a way to complement each other. The Novotel lobby, designed on a lotus theme, had matching tones to that of the lotus flower. While the Pullman is a slightly higher end luxury property, the Novotel caters to a more family friendly audience. The colour tones of the Novotel are definitely warmer with a far greater emphasis on natural light. Pullman, on the other hand, creates the mood of a room with various different kinds of artificial lighting.
The Pullman is also home to the largest ballroom in Aerocity, fittingly called the Peacock Ballroom. They also have a variety of meeting rooms, which can be customised to the required size. Adjacent to the meeting rooms is an informal meeting area.
I was seated at the charming little lobby bar called “Pling”, named after the sound an ice cube makes as it hits a glass. The interiors, again peacock-themed, were covered in mirrors that made the room look larger than it was. Preoccupied with the Spanish guitar that was playing in the background, it took me physical effort to pay attention to the itinerary being read out.