Pan Pacific Hotels Group Continues its ASEAN Expansion

Singapore-based Pan Pacific Hotels Group (PPHG) will continue to expand its brand portfolio across Southeast Asia. The company already unveiled last October the Pan Pacific Hanoi.  The property, which has become a city skyline icon, was acquired by PPHG in 2001 through a joint venture with Hanoi Construction Corporation and has been operating under the brand Sofitel as ‘Sofitel Plaza Hanoi’ in the West Lake district.

Since October 1st, 2016, the property is the Pan Pacific Hanoi following refurbishments done in its lobby, lobby bar, all-day dining restaurant and meeting space. The renewed Pan Pacific Hanoi seeks to deliver the company’s brand promise of “Your refreshing Pacific experience” by providing an invigorating blend of the culture and heritage of the Pacific Rim.

Featuring 273 guestrooms and 56 serviced suites, the hotel is located minutes away from the historic Old Quarter and commands a picturesque view overlooking the West Lake and the Red River. Its central location also offers convenient access to the business district.

Pan Pacific Hanoi is the Group’s second property in Vietnam after the ParkRoyal Saigon, which is located in Ho Chi Minh City.

This year, Pan Pacific will open a property in Yangon which is due to be completed by autumn 2017.The property has been developed with local company Shwe Taung Property Management. It will be located in the heart of Yangon commercial city and will offer 348 rooms and suites. The property will offer breathtaking views of the Shwedagon Pagoda.

In the first half of 2018, Pan Pacific Hotels Group will inaugurate the Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Puteri Harbour in Johor Bahru. The property will have 205 serviced appartments with direct access to the harbour waterfront. The hotel will be ideally located at a mire 10 minutes from the “Second Link”, the bridge between Malaysia and Singapore, east of Johor Bahru Town.

In Southeast Asia, the Pan Pacific brand is present in Bali, Hanoi, Jakarta, Manila and Singapore.