Pan Pacific Hotels Group signs management agreements for two Chinese hotels

Pan Pacific Hotels Group signed two management agreements for PARKROYAL Chengdu and Pan Pacific Zhuhai. Under the management agreement with Xinyuan Holding Group, Pan Pacific Hotels Group will manage PARKROYAL Chengdu, China's first PARKROYAL hotel that is scheduled to open in 2017.

PARKROYAL Chengdu will be located along the Sha River and opposite the University of Electronic Science and Technology. The hotel is part of the Chengdu Sun Palace Project to develop a site of over 328,000 square feet into an urban complex comprising a luxury hotel, high-end residences, offices and commercial buildings.

PARKROYAL Chengdu will offer 360 guestrooms and a range of amenities that includes an all-day dining restaurant, speciality restaurant, poolside bar and restaurant, lobby bar and lounge, ballroom and meeting spaces.

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Pan Pacific Zhuhai will open its doors next to the bustling Gongbei Business Circle and the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge, which is currently under construction. Separated from Macau by the scenic waterway of Qianshan, it will also offer a view of Macau city. The 300-room hotel will have conference facilities, a Chinese restaurant, all-day dining restaurant, executive lounge, lobby bar and lounge, a swimming pool and gym.

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