Pan Pacific Hotel, Singapore Review

While planning our travels we always prioritize on the location of the hotel we want to stay. Usually we prefer to stay in downtown or the city centre as it is convenient in commuting to most of the places around a city. During our recent visit to Singapore we chose to stay in Hotel Pan Pacific located at the Marina Square. Being one of the Top Luxury Business Hotels in the city, it is conveniently ensconced between malls like Suntec City mall, Marina Square and the Millenia Walk.

Room:

Pan Pacific Singapore

View from the lobby

After our overnight flight from Mumbai, we reached the hotel around mid-morning and we couldn’t wait to freshen up and be up and about to explore the city. On our arrival the staffs welcomed us warmly offering the refreshing drinks and finished the check-in formalities quickly and efficiently and were ushered to our rooms in no time.Pan Pacific Singapore

Pan Pacific Singapore

Pan Pacific Singapore

Pan Pacific Singapore

Glass window separating the bedroom and the bathroom

We had booked deluxe twin room for our stay and it was everything and more than what we had expected. The room was very spacious with sleek modern furnishings, good natural light from the large windows at far end of the room. The room passageway had a large sliding wardrobe and a foldable ironing board attached in the corner.

Pan Pacific Singapore

Pan Pacific Singapore

View at night

View at night

The bathroom is equally sleek as the main room with an extra bag storage space, generous amount of toilet essentials from “em-brace”, a hairdryer and a rain shower cubicle with a glass window overlooking the bedroom (preferable for couples but not so much for travelling sisters :p)

Dining

Having read a lot about the restaurants in Pan Pacific being among the best ones in the city, we decided to ditch our usual food trial and have most of our meals at the hotel.

ATRIUM

The Atrium

The Atrium

Cute seating pods

Cute seating pods

Located in the main lobby, this bar is the first thing you will notice as you enter the Hotel. The timber seating pods over the reflection pool is the best place to relax and enjoy couple of drinks in the evening or conduct quick business meeting over some yummy tapas.Pan Pacific Singapore

Pan Pacific SingaporeEDGE

Pan Pacific Singapore

Congee

Congee

Christmas Candyland

Christmas Candyland

The all day dining restaurant is one of the best breakfast buffet we ever been so far. With about six live counters serving variety of cuisines that include Malay, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Thai, Singaporean and Pan Pacific. Being one of those people who cannot live without hearty breakfasts, Edge was like the answer to all prayers ;). The best of all was the live juice counter serving delicious sugarcane juice and the dessert counter that has wide array of lip smacking desserts like traditional Peranakan cakes (Ang ku kueh, kueh lapis, wa ku kueh) .

Dessert counter

Dessert counter

Wa Ku Kueh- Traditional steam rice cakes

Wa Ku Kueh- Traditional steam rice cakes

Assorted Nonya Kuehs - Peranakan cakes

Assorted Nonya Kuehs – Peranakan cakes

Dinner at the Edge

Dinner at the Edge

RANG MAHAL

Artichoke Pakoda

Artichoke Pakoda

Palate cleanser

Palate cleanser

Although trying Indian food wasn’t on top of our must eat lists during our trip, we ended up visiting Rang Mahal, the Indian restaurant at Pan Pacific twice during our stay (all thanks to our parents!!). Rang Mahal is a perfect combination of classic Indian and non-traditional recipes like the Quinoa upma, artichoke pakodas and the cappuccino kulfi, all of which are just as delicious as they sound.

HAI TIEN LO

Vegetable Spring Rolls

Vegetable Spring Rolls

Stir fry veggies with crushed peanuts

Stir fry veggies with crushed peanuts

Assorted mushroom noodles

Assorted mushroom noodles

Mango sago Pomelo

Mango sago pomelo (must try in Singapore!!)

One cannot skip having lunch/ dinner in this award-winning Cantonese restaurant during their stay at Pan Pacific. The à la carte menu has extensive veg options and much to our delight the Manager solved our dilemma on what to choose by offering to whip up something special for us.

Overall Experience

We loved every minute of our stay at Pan Pacific Hotel and it is no surprise why they are considered as one of the best hotels in the city. We would definitely suggest this hotel to all the Singapore visitors if you are looking for a glitch free stay, impeccable hospitality, great food and most of all close proximity to shopping malls.

Pan Pacific Singapore

7 Raffles Boulevard,

Marina Square,

Singapore 039595

Contact: +65 6336 8111

Email: enquiry.ppsin@panpacific.com

Website:http://www.panpacific.com/en/hotels-resorts/singapore/marina.html 

Price: Rooms from SGD 280/night (Deluxe King Room) to SGD 510/night (Skyline suite)

TOTS were the guests at Pan Pacific Singapore, these are our opinions based on the stay experience. 

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