The Pan Pacific Singapore

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Pan Pacific Singapore
The Pan Pacific Hotel 4, Dec 05.JPG
General information
Status Open
Type Hotel
Architectural style Modernism
Location Raffles Boulevard, Downtown Core, Central, Singapore
Coordinates 1°17′33″N 103°51′30″E / 1.2924°N 103.8584°E / 1.2924; 103.8584Coordinates: 1°17′33″N 103°51′30″E / 1.2924°N 103.8584°E / 1.2924; 103.8584
Construction started 1984
Completed 1986
Owner Pan Pacific Hotels
Technical details
Floor count 37
1 below ground
Lifts/elevators 4 interior and 4 exterior
Design and construction
Architect John Portman & Associates
DP Architects Pte Ltd
Developer Singapore Land
Other information
Number of rooms 790 rooms and suites

Pan Pacific Singapore (Chinese: 新加坡泛太平洋酒店) is a hotel located in Marina Centre, Singapore, and operated by the Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts. With 38 floors, it is the tallest among the three hotels which are part of the Marina Square development, the other two being the Marina Mandarin Singapore and The Oriental Singapore. The hotel has 790 rooms and suites, arranged around an atrium extending 35 floors of the building, touted as the tallest in Southeast Asia.[citation needed]

The hotel was renovated in 2005 and again in 2012 and it features a lounge in the atrium.

Restaurants and bars[edit]

Located within Pan Pacific Hotel, there are a total of 8 restaurants and bars in the hotel. Listed below are the names and location of the outlets.

  • First floor
    • Atrium: A bar and lounge is located at the heart of the hotel. It has a 22m long bar and with lounge pods over a pool in the lobby.
    • Pacific Marketplace: A café and a gourmet grocery. It has a counter offering pastries and home-made sausages and ham which also retail elsewhere around Singapore.
  • Third floor
    • Edge - Food Theatre: An international buffet restaurant serving cuisine from around the region and the Pacific Rim.
    • Rang Mahal: An Indian restaurant serving food from the different regions of India.
    • Hai Tien Lo: A Cantonese restaurant.
  • Fourth floor
    • Keyaki: A Japanese restaurant with a Japanese styled garden with a Koi fish pond surrounding the restaurant.
    • Poolside: An al fresco concept restaurant located in close proximity to the pool and spa.

2012 transformation[edit]

The hotel completed its 4-month transformation and had a soft opening on 31 August 2012. The hotel has since been in full operation as of October 2012

Level 37 of this hotel was renamed as Level 38 and Hai Tien Lo restaurant gave up its place at the top of the hotel and moved down to Level 3. The Pacific Club which is the hotel's club lounge has since replaced the restaurant's former location.

Floor makeup[edit]

The hotel has 8 elevators in total, 4 on the inside and 4 on the outside. The exterior lifts are able to access the Pacific Club Lounge for guests on Level 38 and give views of the Singapore streets.

Elevator Floors Served
Interior 1 - 22
Exterior 1 - 4, 22 - 38
Floor(s) Facilities Accessibility
1 Main Reception, Concierge, The Atrium, Pacific Marketplace, Pacific Ballrooms Interior/Exterior Elevator (Public Area)
2 Ocean Ballrooms Interior/Exterior Elevator (Public Area)
3 Edge - Food Theatre, Rang Mahal Indian Cuisine, Hai Tien Lo Interior/Exterior Elevator (Public Area)
4 Swimming Pool, Fitness centre, St. Gregory Spa, Outdoor tennis courts, Keyaki Japanese Restaurant Interior/Exterior Elevator (Public Area)
5 - 21 Deluxe Rooms Interior Elevator
22 Pacific Centre (Business Centre) Interior Elevator (Room card required)/Exterior Elevator
23 - 35 Panoramic Rooms/Harbour Studio/Presidential Suite/City Suite/Skyline Suite Exterior Elevator
38 Pacific Club Lounge Exterior Elevator


The hotel served as one of the main venues for the Singapore 2006, hosting the Program of Seminars in its meeting rooms.

Atrium of The Pan Pacific Singapore. 
Interior elevators at the Pan Pacific Singapore 


  1. ^ The Pan Pacific Singapore at Emporis
  2. ^ "The Pan Pacific Singapore". SkyscraperPage. 
  3. ^ The Pan Pacific Singapore at Structurae

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