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Pan Pacific Singapore to undergo multi-million dollar facelift
Linda Haden, Singapore, HICAP UPDATE, March 15, 2012

PAN PACIFIC Singapore is set to undergo an S$80-100 million (US$63-79 million) makeover in the coming weeks to upgrade its guestrooms and consolidate its food and beverage outlets onto a single floor.


Speaking to TTG Asia e-Daily during yesterday’s Hotel Investment Conference Asia Pacific (HICAP) UPDATE in Singapore, Neo Soon Hup, CFO for Pan Pacific Hotel Group said details were still being fleshed out, but that he was expecting all refurbishment work to be completed by end-August.


“A lot of internal structural changes are anticipated, and to avoid inconveniencing guests, the whole hotel will be closed for three months, with the exception of our meeting rooms and Keyaki, the hotel’s rooftop Japanese restaurant,” he said.


Neo expects the hotel to start welcoming guests back in June, with rooms coming back online in phases.

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