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The Pan Pacific Yangon opens in Myanmar


The first Pan Pacific hotel to be operated by Pan Pacific Hotels Group in Myanmar opened on 1 November 2017. Pan Pacific Yangon sits within Junction City, Yangon’s first integrated commercial and luxury lifestyle development, located in the heart of Yangon City, just a stroll away from the magnificent Yangon River. The hotel’s double-height sky lobby on the sixth floor offers stunning views across to the Shwedagon Pagoda while the Pacific Club Lounge on the top floor of the hotel will offer amazing city vistas through its floor-to-ceiling windows. This 25-storey property offers 336 spacious contemporary designed guestrooms and suites, featuring magnificent views of the iconic Shwedagon Pagoda, the Yangon River and the bustling city. With fabulous design, thoughtfully appointed amenities and luxurious furnishings, Pan Pacific sets a benchmark in the city for deluxe living. Guests can relish in a range of refreshing facilities including an outdoor swimming pool with Jacuzzi, a 24-hour fitness centre, a grand ballroom and the signature St. Gregory Spa.


The hotel’s extensive F&B offerings include: Saan, an all-day dining restaurant offering an extensive range of international cuisine, Hai Tien Lo, a Pan Pacific signature concept offering authentic Cantonese cuisine, Teak Bar offering cocktails paired with magnificent views and Pacific Marketplace, which is ideal for casual meals and quick bites. The comprehensive meeting spaces at Pan Pacific Yangon include a grand ballroom of more than 600 square metres which can seat up to 800 theatre-style, and four meeting spaces of 50 or 60 square metres each.


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