Parkroyal on Beach Road renovated

Pan Pacific Hotels Group refurbished the Parkroyal on Beach Road. The renovation is part of the company’s $35-million investment to upgrade select properties in Asia-Pacific and Oceania.

The 346-room Parkroyal on Beach Road in downtown Singapore introduced 130 newly refurbished Premier Rooms with nature-inspired designs. Every room now has floor-to-ceiling windows, while the raised ceiling height of three meters creates a heightened sense of space. All rooms have Wi-Fi connectivity and a 40-inch LED flat screen television. Other technological additions include the installation of power points at the bed stands for access and charging while guests are at rest.

As part of its refurbishment, the hotel now also has a 104-square-meter (1,119-square-foot) Executive Suite decorated in similar color tones as the new Premier Rooms. The Executive Suite has separate living and dining areas, as well as a private bedroom and bathroom with a walk-in wardrobe.

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Guests in the Orchid Deluxe and Orchid Premier Rooms, and Executive Suite enjoy access to the hotel’s revitalized Orchid Club Lounge, which was expanded to accommodate a food and beverage area with an open kitchen.

Pan Pacific Hotels Group Limited is a subsidiary of Singapore-listed UOL Group Limited. Based in Singapore, Pan Pacific Hotels Group Limited owns and/or manages over 30 hotels, resorts and serviced suites with more than 11,000 rooms including those under development in Asia, Oceania, North America and Europe. 

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