Pan Pacific to refurbish four properties

Travel News 01 Sep 2015

Pan Pacific Hotels Group has embarked on a series of refurbishments at four of its Asia Pacific properties.

The company is investing more than US$35 million in renovation work at the Pan Pacific Perth and Parkroyal Parramatta in Australia, Parkroyal Yangon in Myanmar and Parkroyal on Beach Road in Singapore, including new rooms, technology and revamped public areas and facilities. 

Over the past four years, the hospitality group has been dedicated to bringing to life the distinctive Pan Pacific and Parkroyal brand experience across various customer touchpoints, notably through property transformations and the recent launch of the brand’s websites.

At Pan Pacific Perth, 132 of the property’s 486 rooms and suites have been revamped, including the roll-out of new lighting, LED interactive televisions, iPhone docking stations, high-speed Wi-Fi and other amenities. The hotel also recently started upgrading its lobby with pod-style reception Parkroyal Parramatta meanwhile, has embarked on a 15-month extension project which will make it the largest hotel in the city, boosting its inventory from 196 to 286 rooms by mid-2016. The project involves the construction of a new seven-storey tower which will also include a club lounge, gymnasium and four new meeting rooms. The hotel will also revamp its existing restaurant and bar, including the introduction of a new alfresco dining area.

Parkroyal Yangon has completed a refurbishment of its rooms, public areas, business centre, restaurants, club lounge and meeting facilities, and the façade of the hotel building has been also been spruced up with a fresh coat of paint.

Finally, Parkroyal on Beach Road has refurbished 130 of its premier rooms (pictured top), all of which now feature large floor-to-ceiling windows, free Wi-Fi, 40-inch LED TVs and power points at the bedside tables. The revamp also saw the launch of a new 104m² executive suite and the relaunch of its Orchid Club Lounge.


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