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Where to Stay
Photos courtesy of Pan Pacific Hotels

Pan Pacific Hotel Facade

Singapore offers a wide variety of accommodation types to suit all budgets and preferences. They range from backpacker, budget and youth hostels with prices under S$ 50 a night to boutique and five-star hotels where you can expect to pay S$ 300 a night (S$1 equals around 70 cents, US).

Most hotels come with standard facilities like International Direct Dial (IDD) phones, internet and cable, room service, mini bars, data ports for modem, no-smoking rooms or floors, and business and fitness centers furnished with the latest equipment.

In the upper price brackets you can find not only the colonial splendor of the legendary Raffles Hotel but also the ultra-modern Pan Pacific Singapore, which was recognized as Asias Leading Business Hotel in the 13th Annual World Travel Awards 2006. The 20- year old hotel will soon undergo a SGD$14 million refurbishment exercise and aims to be the accommodation of choice with guests by providing personalized care. Pan Pacific Singapore, with its proximity to the Central Business District, is located in the heart of Marina Bay, a shopping haven of over 500 shops and restaurants near the Singapore River. The hotel offers direct access to the Singapore International Convention and Exhibition Centre via a sky bridge. In fact, Pan Pacific Singapore is within walking distance of many of Singapores historic landmarks, such as the Padang, stage to some of the most significant national events, the Cenotaph and the commemorative landing site of Sir Stamford Raffles - founder of modern Singapore.

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Pan Pacific Singapore is 20 minutes from the Singapore Expo and Singapores Changi Airport. It is also close to Singapores historic, cultural and entertainment areas, such as CHIJMES, the Boat Quay, Clarke Quay, Robertson Walk and the new Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay. The hotel is also connected to Millenia Walk and Suntec City shopping complexes

775 well-appointed rooms and suites feature full-length glass windows with views of Singapores city skyline or the Marina Bay harbour. Appointed in contemporary colours, the spacious rooms are furnished with an ample desk and lamp, and an ergonomic Herman Miller task chair.

Elite travelers will enjoy the plush comfort of the Pacific Club rooms and suites with round-the-clock butler service and exclusive lounge access. Guests who book accommodation on the Executive Business Floors will enjoy access to the Executive Business Centre on level 22 where buffet breakfast, afternoon canaps and evening cocktails are served. Internet connectivity is complimentary and the Business Concierge is available round-the-clock to facilitate special requests.







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