The Pan Pacific brand plans hotels in Beijing, Hanoi

Singapore’s Pan Pacific Hotels Group (a wholly owned hotel subsidiary of Singapore-listed UOL Group) will bring its Pan Pacific brand to Beijing in the first half of next year. The Pan Pacific Beijing, owned by Chinese real estate developer Huitong Investments Co., will have 223 guestrooms.

China is Pan Pacific Hotels Group's largest operating market outside its Singapore headquarters. Besides Pan Pacific Beijing, the Group operates five other properties: The Pan Pacific Suzhou, Pan Pacific Tianjin, Pan Pacific Xiamen, Pan Pacific Ningbo, and Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Ningbo. 

Pan Pacific Hotels Group is also set to launch its Pan Pacific brand in Vietnam later this year when the Pan Pacific Hanoi opens (pictured below). It will be the company’s second hotel in the country following the ParkRoyal Saigon. The Pan Pacific Yangon is also expected to open in 2017.

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The official signing ceremony between Pan Pacific Hotels Group and Huitong Investments for the management of Pan Pacific Beijing took place at Pan Pacific Singapore earlier this week.

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