Pan Pacific Hotels Group is pleased to announce the debut of its Pan Pacific brand in Myanmar with the opening of Pan Pacific Yangon in November.
Pan Pacific Yangon will be the first truly international luxury five-star hotel in the Myanmar market with a fantastic location. Just a stroll away from the magnificent Yangon River, the hotel is also close to some of the most legendary landmarks in the city, such as the Bogyoke Aung San Market, Sule Pagoda and Shwedagon Pagoda.
The 25-storey Pan Pacific Yangon sits within Junction City, an integrated commercial and lifestyle development with an excellent variety of dining and recreational options located along Shwedagon Pagoda Road. Pan Pacific Yangon‘s double-height sky lobby on the sixth floor will offer stunning views across to the iconic Shwedagon Pagoda while the exclusive Pacific Club on the uppermost floor of the hotel will boast spectacular city vistas.
In addition to 336 beautifully furnished guest rooms and suites, some of which offer panoramic river views, guests can indulge in an extensive range of refreshing facilities such as a swimming pool, St Gregory spa and fitness centre, as well as numerous dining outlets including all-day dining restaurant Saan, Hai Tien Lo Cantonese restaurant, The Teak Bar, Pacific Club Lounge and Pacific Marketplace. A spacious ballroom and a selection of meeting rooms will provide ideal venues for meetings and events.
“We’re excited about the opening of Pan Pacific Yangon, the first international luxury five-star hotel in the city. It will strongly appeal to business and leisure travellers alike as a modern and refreshing retreat, and set a benchmark for luxury and service excellence in the local hospitality scene. As one of the largest hotel companies in the city, we are committed to Myanmar as a strategic growth market as we expand our footprint in Asia Pacific. We look forward to contributing further to Myanmar’s flourishing tourism and travel industry, where we already operate the award-winning PARKROYAL Yangon and PARKROYAL Nay Pyi Taw,” said Lothar Nessmann, Chief Executive Officer, Pan Pacific Hotels Group.