HotelsThe Singaporean hospitality group launches its London flagship, its first foray into Europe.

London's calling for Pan Pacific

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Pan Pacific London offers 237 rooms, F&B with a nod to its Singapore roots and a dedicated wellness floor.
Pan Pacific London offers 237 rooms, F&B with a nod to its Singapore roots and a dedicated wellness floor.

Pan Pacific Hotels Group (PPHG) has opened its London luxury outpost, offering 237 rooms, F&B with a nod to its Singapore roots and a dedicated wellness floor.

The new hotel is housed within the mixed-use One Bishopsgate Plaza, comprising the 43-storey One Bishopsgate Plaza, private Sky Residence apartments and the historical 144-year old Devonshire House.

Pan Pacific London is located steps from Liverpool Street Station, with high-end shopping in Spitalfields, the Barbican cultural hub, and the Shoreditch neighbourhood in its proximity.

The rooms and suites — which range from 37-119sqm — are void of the usual 90-degree angles, with luxury touches such as Diptyque amenities, Dyson hairdryers, Hans Grohe bath and tap systems, and in-room curated coffee selections.

All five F&B restaurants will serve Singapore-inspired menus — think wok-fried chilli mud crab, har cheong kai and lobster Nonya laksa — with Asian ingredients sourced locally from British producers.

Pan Pacific London is also the first in the city to include an entire floor dedicated to holistic wellness, spanning 1,083sqm of space with an infinity pool, conditioning gym, relaxing pods, mindfulness studio, supported by a nutritional menu.

Events planners can book out the event emporium, nine venues, and the area's largest ballroom accommodating 400 guests.

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