Pan Pacific Perth is ready to host guests after costly refurbishment

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The Pan Pacific Perth is ready to host guests again after completing a multi-million dollar refurbishment. After the renovation last year, the hotel now boasts of HASSELL designed body and brand new Premier Rooms and Suites.

The hotel now has 486 guestrooms including 96 Pacific Club Rooms and 132 renovated Premier Rooms. The 5-star hotel is in the walking distance to the city centre and just moments from the Swan River foreshore. So, it’s an ideal accommodation for both the leisure and business travellers.

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All the rooms are equipped with the state-of-the-art technology, free Wi-Fi, iPod docking stations, LED TVs, and more. Besides, corporate guests will have access to specially appointed workspaces.

The hotel also has Pacific Club Lounge, 24-hour In-room Dining, and two award-winning restaurants, Origins and Montereys, which have undergone a refreshing twist under the supervision of the Head Chef Paul Gaspa.

Mr Gaspa had previously worked with famous chefs including Marco Pierre White and Gordon Ramsay. His innovating cooking knowledge coupled with the hotel’s ‘Pacific Ambassadors’ welcome and other facilities is going to offer the guests a unique and wonderful experience.

Photo Credit: Pan Pacific Hotels Group

The Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts is an inventory of 21 finest serviced suites, hotels, and resorts across 11 countries in Oceania, Europe, North America, and Asia. The Pac Pacific brand adheres to the philosophy of providing its guests great service and Pacific experiences in a relaxed atmosphere.

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