Bookings are now being taken for the eagerly anticipated Pan Pacific London hotel, scheduled to open September 1.
Pan Pacific Hotels Group’s first property in Europe, the luxury destination promises visitors an elevated experience in Liverpool Street, with eye-catching architecture, innovative design, and an unmatched wellness programme.
International design company Yabu Pushelberg is responsible for the aesthetic. The Pan Pacific London will offer 237 guest rooms including 42 suites and a signature Pan Pacific Suite.
The Pacific Ballroom can accommodate up to 400 guests.
The Pan Pacific London tower overlooks a landscaped public plaza, complete with luxury retail shopping options. The location may be central, but the hotel aims to be a serene haven away from the hustle and bustle.
From bespoke jet-lag programmes, treatments and experiences to aid sleep to curated in-room reading and extensive botanical planting throughout the hotel, every detail is intended to maximise your wellbeing.
The hotel will be one of the first in London to include an impressive 1,083m² floor dedicated to holistic wellness, and boasts the most technologically advanced facilities showcased by any hotel gym in the UK.
TecnoBody is putting together a complete equipment and training laboratory, with virtual reality training guidance.
In addition to high-performance training, the hotel’s 18.5 metre infinity pool will offer aqua fitness courses, while spa treatments will infuse Western science and clinical research with South East Asian relaxation techniques and personal grooming rituals.
In addition to high-performance training, the hotel’s 18.5 metre infinity pool will offer aqua fitness courses…
Pan Pacific London will feature five food and beverage venues. Led by multi award-winning Executive Chef Lorraine Sinclair and renowned Executive Pastry Chef Cherish Finden, each will incorporate unique elements of the flavour, diversity and elegance of modern Singapore.
The Orchid Lounge, a serene drawing room which will offer Afternoon Tea by Cherish Finden, while Ginger Lily Bar will feature curated champagne and cocktail lists, to be enjoyed on the outside terrace.
For those with time on their hands, the all-day dining Straits Kitchen restaurant will showcase the melting pot of cuisines represented in multicultural Singapore. If you’re pushed for time, there’s the Patisserie with a grab-and-go option.
The hotel has two private dining rooms, Newton and Katong, seating 12 and 14 guests respectively. There’s also a destination cocktail bar in Devonshire House designed by Tom Dixon.
Shopping, culture and nightlife are all nearby. The hotel is located near Spitalfields, the Barbican and Shoreditch.
Lead in opening offer room rates start from £325 per night, room only. Click here to make your reservation at the Pan Pacific London.
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