Thursday, July 5, 2012

Luxurious Accommodations at Pan Pacific Manila

Finding a place to stay along the Manila Bay using the internet is as easy as one, two, three.   Considering a hotel can be the best option and one that most travelers would highly recommend.   However, it should qualify to be one of the best resting abode.   Manila alone can sound to be busy, and a comfy cozy, with a smidgen of elegance would suffice a day full of business activities or a leisure walk at the historical Manila.
I say Pan Pacific Manila Hotel would be apt to the qualifications.   A close proximity to the historical and cultural district of Malate along the  Manila Bay area is one good reason.  Also,  it is a short drive to the city’s convention, exhibition and business centers and a walk on foot to  premier shopping, food and entertainment establishments.  

So take a relaxing break at Pan Pacific Manila and consider their Local Residents Rate.   This business hotel, is designed to offer a comfortable abode to business and leisure travelers with its excellent facilities and service.   With  236 all-executive rooms and suites and 7 spacious function rooms, how can one go wrong of missing out a leisure stay at Pan Pacific.   Room rate starts at Php 5,500 net on weekends and Php 6,000 net on weekdays with buffet breakfast at the Pacific Lounge for two.
Rates are good for single or double occupancy, with unlimited wired or wireless broadband internet access, complimentary welcome drinks at the Lobby Lounge and use of gym, outdoor jacuzzi and swimming pool. Valid for local residents and expatriates with Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR) or a valid local ID such as driver’s license, SSS or TIN card.

They happen to be the first and finest Butler hotel in the Philippines which  ranked among the top Asia city hotels at the 2008 and 2009 Readers Choice Awards and named one of the best places to stay in the world at the Annual Gold List by the Conde Nast Traveler.  The hotel also was awarded as the Philippines’ Leading Business Hotel at the 2011 and 2008 World Travel Awards. 

For more information, call (63-2) 318 0788 or visit for more special offers. 

For inquiries and reservations, email or call 318-0788 and ask for the Butler, of course!

Pan Pacific Manila is at M. Adriatico corner Gen. Malvar Streets, Malate, Manila.  For events and other offers, visit

About Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts

Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts comprises 19 premium hotels, resorts and serviced suites (including those under development) in 12 countries across Asia, North America and Oceania. The “Pan Pacific” brand provides refreshing Pacific experiences inspired by an invigorating blend of its Pacific Rim locations. It is focused on enriching experiences that draw on a diversity of landscapes and cultures; and relevant choices that convey freedom and individuality. Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts has been recognised by Condé Nast Traveller magazine as one of the 25 hotel companies demonstrating social responsibility and has won esteemed accolades such as World Travel Awards, AAA Four Diamond Award, Condé Nast Gold List and Readers Choice Awards.  For more information, visit

About Pan Pacific Hotels Group

Pan Pacific Hotels Group is a listed hotel subsidiary of Singapore-listed UOL Group Limited, one of Asia’s most established hotel and property companies with an outstanding portfolio of investment and development properties.  Headquartered in Singapore, Pan Pacific Hotels Group owns, manages and/or markets over 30 hotels, resorts and serviced suites with over 10,000 rooms in Asia and North America including those under development.  The Group comprises two acclaimed brands: Pan Pacific® and Parkroyal®.   

Pan Pacific ® is a leading brand in Asia and the Pacific Rim situated in key cities of distinguished destinations offering upper upscale accommodations and services.  Parkroyal® is an upscale regional Asia Pacific brand which promises a lifestyle-approach to hospitality that will leave guests with an experience to remember.   For more information, visit

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