Published on : Saturday, August 12, 2017
Pan Pacific Hotels Group has announced that Pan Pacific Beijing will open on 20 August as the latest luxury hotel in the prime Xicheng district of Beijing, offering unparalleled access to the renowned Financial Street and the capital city’s administrative centre.
The hotel’s strategic location also puts it within a 2.5-kilometre walking radius to historical landmarks like Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City.
Built to the highest specifications, Pan Pacific Beijing features 220 luxurious and contemporary guestrooms and suites which start from an expansive 45 square metres. Reservations can now be made on Its comprehensive conference and meeting spaces includes a Grand Ballroom with a double volume ceiling, and the exclusive Amber Lounge on Level 18 which offers spectacular views across the city to the Forbidden City.
The meticulous and thoughtful design of this new-build hotel is evident through unique touches such as a retractable roof for its 20-metre indoor swimming pool and a conservatory-style Winter Garden on Level 1, which is connected to Exchange, the all-day dining restaurant.Other dining options will include Pan Pacific’s signature Hai Tien Lo Chinese restaurant and Keyaki Japanese restaurant. Refreshing leisure facilities are located on a dedicated wellness floor, which, in addition to the swimming pool, will include a 24-hour state-of-the-art fitness centre as well as a spa with steam and sauna facilities.
Pan Pacific Hotels Group is also pleased to announce the appointment of Pan Pacific Beijing’s General Manager, Larry Lv (pictured). “We warmly welcome Larry and his team to Pan Pacific Beijing. Larry has amassed two decades of luxury hospitality experience in his native country, having managed hotels under global brands such as Shangri-La and Intercontinental. Recognised for his deep knowledge of the market and operational expertise, Larry will lead our flagship in China to being one of the top hotels in the city and set the benchmark for our brand’s expansion into other first-tier cities in China,” said Lothar Nessmann, Chief Executive Officer, Pan Pacific Hotels Group.
China is Pan Pacific Hotels Group’s largest operating market outside its Singapore headquarters. Besides Pan Pacific Beijing, Pan Pacific Hotels Group operates five Pan Pacific properties in the cities of Ningbo, Suzhou, Tianjin and Xiamen.
Pan Pacific Hotels Group had recently announced the opening of Pan Pacific Melbourne, which is located along the scenic Yarra River in the Australian city of Melbourne. Pan Pacific Yangon is slated for opening this November in Yangon, Myanmar.
Source:-Pan Pacific Hotels