By Gaya Travel on December 4, 2017


Putrajaya 4 December 2017 – Effective 1 January 2018, Putrajaya Shangri-La will be known as PULSE GRANDE HOTEL Precinct 1 Putrajaya, the first property under the PULSE GRANDE HOTEL Group brand.

The announcement was made by Dato’ Badlishah Haji Ahmad, Group Chief Executive, Putrajaya Leisures and Services Group Sdn Bhd (PULSE Group) earlier today during the Official Launch of PULSE GRANDE HOTEL and the signing ceremony between PULSE Group and Convention and Exhibition (Putrajaya) Sdn Bhd (Co-X).

The ceremony signifies a milestone for PULSE GRANDE HOTEL as a group and the commencement of a rebranding exercise for PULSE GRANDE HOTEL Precinct 1 Putrajaya (formerly known as Putrajaya Shangri-La) as the group’s first property.


Co-X, a subsidiary of PULSE Group has been appointed to provide services for the management and operation of the Hotel properties.

One of the rebranding activities include the new PULSE GRANDE HOTEL website with online booking features, going live starting today.

To commemorate the launch, PULSE GRANDE HOTEL Precinct 1 Putrajaya is giving away 1,000 Deluxe Hillview rooms at RM200.00 nett, available for bookings from 30 November 2017 to 1 February 2018 for stay from 1 January to 30 June 2018. This is only available through their website via a special promo code ‘PG200’ to be keyed in during the booking process.

At the same event, PULSE GRANDE HOTEL reiterates its policies for allowing hijab-clad female staff at the hotel’s front desk, making it the first Five Star Hotel in the administrative capital city of Putrajaya to do so.


According to Badlishah; “We are against any kinds of religion, race and dress discriminations among employees and this policy will continue”.

“This echoes the statement made by the Minister of Tourism and Culture for hotel operators in the country to stop all discrimination policies imposed on their staff, particularly those working at the front desk”; he added.

The event was officiated and witnessed by Datuk Rashidi Hasbullah, Director General, Ministry of Tourism and Culture, representing its Minister.


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