Timeless yet modern, the 760-room property is home to eight exciting F&B concepts, a club lounge with panoramic city views, and more.
The stark Pan Pacific Singapore might not be eye-catching at first sight, but once you’ve stepped inside, it’s a whole other story. Designed by American neo-futurist architect John Calvin Portman Jr., the 38-floor building features a beautifully sun-lit atrium around which 790 rooms and suites are arranged in a modernist, geometric manner to create a sense of lightness and space. But it’s not all concrete jungle — the Atrium lobby lounge features an eclectic collection of handmade timber seating pods that appear to float over a reflection pool, the result of an S$80 million renovation in 2012. The revitalized hotel is also home to the Pacific Club on Level 38, which offers 360-degree views of the surrounding Marina Bay district and the South China Sea.
A touch of contemporary style has been injected into the refreshed rooms and suites, but without neglecting the needs of the business traveler. Redesigned by Australian interior design firm CHADA, the rooms feature state-of-the-art in-room technology, elegant furnishings in warm hues, and city skyline views. The Pacific Harbour room comes with an en-suite marble bathroom with a soaking tub, as well as a generous workspace with an ergonomic Herman Miller desk chair. Club room guests also enjoy access to the Pacific Club lounge, where complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, as well as evening cocktails and canapes await.
A visit to the Lion City isn’t quite complete without sampling its diverse culinary offerings and Pan Pacific Singapore is a good place to start. Here, whet your taste buds by taking your pick of eight restaurants and bars, such as the award-winning Cantonese restaurant Hai Tien Lo, fine Northern Indian restaurant Rang Mahal, and buffet venue Edge. Lovers of Japanese cuisine ought to check out Keyaki, a dining spot that’s worth experiencing at least once. Surrounded by a Zen garden and an elegant koi pond, the restaurant occupies a tranquil and cozy space. Go for the weekend set brunch, which is essentially a customizable kaiseki menu with sashimi, teppanyaki, and more — highlights include grilled eggplant with sweet miso paste and Inaniwa Udon.
Whether one is traveling for business or play, Pan Pacific Singapore has various entertainment venues within its premises that are perfect for merrymaking. Cozy up at Atrium Bar’s seating pods and toast to an extensive selection of champagne, cocktails, wine, and more. Other hot spots include Bang Bang, a world-class nightclub that has attracted A-listers such as Soulja Boy and LMFAO; and the newer Lulu’s Lounge, a playful, yet outlandish venue designed in the style of a 1960s’ New York backstreet club — expect burlesque stars and retro DJ performances.
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