Pan Pacific Ningbo launched in China

The all-new Pan Pacific Ningbo was opened in the Eastern New Town of Ningbo, two hours south of Shanghai, boasting 415 rooms, meeting venues and dining options.

Comprising two hotel towers, Pacific Tower and Ocean Tower, Pan Pacific Ningbo offers views of the skyline and the Yongxin River beside the hotel.

Situated in the hub of the central business district and beside the Ningbo International Conference and Exhibition Centre, Pan Pacific Ningbo has nine venues, including a 4,520 square-foot multi-purpose auditorium with flexible room configurations, audio and visual facilities, and floor-to-ceiling glass walls. It also includes a 21,527 square-foot pillar-less ballroom.

Pan Pacific Ningbo’s gastronomic offerings include: Cantonese restaurant Hai Tien Lo; Italian restaurant Avanti Culina; the Lobby Lounge and Patisserie; and Café Pacifica which serves up authentic Asian cuisine.

Soon to open is the Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Ningbo located on the same site as Pan Pacific Ningbo. Occupying its own tower and fully integrated as part of the hotel complex, the 175-suites property offers flexible accommodation options in the form of one, two and three room suites, with integrated kitchenettes.

Pan Pacific Hotel and Serviced Suites Ningbo is located in the heart of the Eastern New Town of Ningbo, next to the Ningbo International Conference and Exhibition Centre. The property offers both hotel and extended-stay accommodation with its 415 guestrooms and 175 serviced suites. Hotel guests and serviced suites residents will enjoy access to a range of restaurants and bars, and nine event venues that span over 53,819 square feet.

Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts comprises 20 premium hotels, resorts and serviced suites, including those under development, in 12 countries across Asia, North America and Oceania.

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