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Singaporean luxury invites itself to the heart of London

After conquering many capitals, the Pan Pacific Group is moving to the City in London.

Singapore-based hotel chain Pan Pacific, a subsidiary of developer UOL Group, is looking to expand its portfolio of more than 20 luxury hotels in Asia, North America, Oceania and Europe with a new hotel focused on innovation and luxury in central London.

Pan Pacific Group decided to locate its new hotel between two famous cultural hubs: the 43-story bronze Bishopsgate Plaza tower, which houses Pan Pacific London as well as private residential apartments, and Devonshire House, which consists of numerous designer boutiques, restaurants and bars. This atypical place remains open 24 hours a day.

Pan Pacific London, created by design duo Yabu Pushelberg, reflects a design and elegance all its own. Inspired by Singaporean cuisine and traditions, the hotel offers a variety of amenities such as the signature Straits Kitchen restaurant with spectacular city views, the lively Ginger Lily cocktail bar and, for quieter guests, the casual and elegant Orchid Lounge. In addition, Pan Pacific London offers two intimate dining rooms for private meetings or events.

For a break from the hustle and bustle of London, Pan Pacific London offers 237 rooms and suites with stunning views of the city. These state-of-the-art rooms include a computerized concierge, yogas mats and more. The Pan Pacific London offers its guests a wellness area with an infinity pool, an interactive gym, treatment rooms, a sauna and steam room, and a lounge dedicated to rest and relaxation in one of London's busiest areas.

The Pan Pacific London, a meeting of Southeast Asian culture and traditional English culture, offers its guests a modern and luxurious hotel experience.

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