Extraordinary Asian getaways

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1 Sep 2023 by BusinessTraveller
Pan Pacific Orchard Exterior Sunset Pan Pacific Orchard (image from Pan Pacific)

Looking for unique stays in Asia? Pan Pacific Hotels Group has debuted a clutch of exceptional new properties in the key Asian locations of Singapore, Tokyo and Langkawi

One of Asia’s most esteemed hospitality providers, Singapore-based Pan Pacific Hotels Group is a global hospitality company that owns and manages more than 50 hotels, resorts and serviced suites across Asia-Pacific, North America and Europe. Renowned for its expertise, Pan Pacific Hotels Group prides itself on being a trusted hospitality provider across the world. The group recently welcomed four new properties that offer unique experiences in three leading Asian destinations: Singapore, Tokyo and Langkawi. You’ll want to make sure these are on your radar for your next business trip.

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Central stays in Singapore

Situated in the heart of the action on Orchard Road, above Singapore’s prime shopping belt, Pan Pacific Orchard is a verdant sanctuary with exemplary architectural design that draws nature inwards. It features four seamlessly connected environments – Forest, Beach, Garden and Cloud – each of which offer different experiences. The Beach Club Lofts offer direct pool access with mezzanine lounges and are perfect for keen swimmers and families, while the Cloud Terrace suites offer balconies commanding sweeping views of the Singapore skyline. Dining options include Mosella for Peruvianinspired Mediterranean fare, such as fresh ceviche and premium cuts finished over a charcoal fire, while Florette bar is the place to go for oyster platters and Champagne. Those in club rooms can kick back at the Pacific Club Lounge, which features indoor spaces and an outdoor garden, with all-day refreshments including cocktails and canapés at sundown.

TOKYU KABUKICHO TOWER Exterior BELLUSTAR TOKYO (image from Pan Pacific)

City oasis in Tokyo

Design-conscious travellers will adore the BELLUSTAR TOKYO, A Pan Pacific Hotel, which was designed by award-winning Norm Architects and renowned interior designer Keiji Ashizawa. The hotel is located on the 39th to 47th floors of Tokyu Kabukicho Tower, and boasts impressive vistas from seven-metre wide windows over one of Asia’s most striking skylines. With 12 room types, there is something to cater to all needs and tastes, from the entry-level Studio Room (41-48 sqm), which is decked out in traditional Japanese decor, to the 277 sqm Sora The Sky Villa, which features a spa treatment room, kitchen and Jacuzzi. Guests looking to sample the finest Wagyu beef can check out Teppan Ten-yu, a Teppanyaki restaurant located on the 45th floor, while at Sushi JIN-È, guests can savour Edomaestyle sushi while admiring views of Mount Fuji. Don’t forget to book a lofty wellness treatment at SPA Sunya on the top floor of the hotel, which features a spa lounge and treatment rooms offering Japaneseinspired therapies. This includes relaxing aromatherapy treatment Breathing Fields, which incorporates Hokkaido Lavender and Graceful Flower, and utilises organic neroli oil for skin regeneration.

Hotel Groove Shinjuku Japanese Suite - Night (image from Pan Pacific)

Artistic pleasures in Tokyo

Alternatively, why not book a stay at HOTEL GROOVE SHINJUKU, A PARKROYAL Hotel, inspired by the lively entertainment scene of Shinjuku’s Kabukicho district. Head to the 17th floor to mingle with other guests and locals. You’ll find the main hotel restaurant alongside a bar, two private event rooms and breezy open-air terraces, one of which features an outdoor LED screen for movie events. Looking for a truly special space? Check into one of three GROOVE rooms designed by leading Japanese artists. Yoshiaki Kaihatsu’s room is inspired by one of his most famous works, Styrofoam, and repurposes disused styrofoam into canvases for pictures and light fixtures. Designed to resemble an artist’s studio, Tomoyuki Washio’s room features mosaic tile artworks, while in Takuro Tamayama’s room, the walls appear as if they have become the floor, which creates the sensation of being in a weightless space.

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Beach retreat in Langkawi

If you’re dreaming of your next seaside getaway, PARKROYAL Langkawi Resort is located on the longest stretch of beach in Langkawi – Pantai Tengah. A gateway to the vibrant locale, each villa features a private plunge pool with direct beach access. Dining options at PARKROYAL Langkawi Resort include Lancava for Southeast Asian fare, all-day dining at Cassia, and the Ocean View Lounge, which is the perfect spot for sundowners and snacks including mini burgers, crab cakes and chicken popcorn to be paired with Earl Grape Iced Tea and signature cocktails including Rum Baby Rum. Little ones will have the time of their lives at kid’s club Jungle Camp, where young guests can play and learn while making new friends. Other facilities include a swimming pool, kids pool and Jacuzzi, and the adultonly Sky Pool overlooking the Straits of Malacca. For some serious pampering, head over to traditional Malaysian spa Suasana, where you can book everything from fullbody massages to calming facials. Whichever you choose, enjoy a memorable getaway at new hotels and resorts in Singapore, Tokyo and Langkawi with Pan Pacific Hotels Group.

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