Level Up With The Luxury Of Pan Pacific London

Pan Pacific London Lobby Jack Hardy

This September, a little slice of heaven was launched in the heart of City, taking innovation and the understanding of luxury to new heights. Prepare to see the bar set high.

Located in Bishopsgate, just steps away from Liverpool Street Station, Pan Pacific London has created its own inner world. Regardless of the fact that you are surrounded by nothing but sheer luxury, this location is everything you could ever want and need. Sitting proudly in the landmark tower at One Bishopsgate Plaza, the hotel is situated near some of the finest attractions this city has to offer. If you’re partial to a spot of shopping, just minutes away is the Iconic Spitalfields market, where high-end meets one-off boutique. If you’re looking for something a little more cultural, paying a visit to the Barbican centre (a hub for the intrigued) is the perfect way to spend a few hours. And finally, if not the cherry on top when it comes down to location, you are a 10-minute walk from the stylish neighbourhood that is Shoreditch, where all of the latter is combined and enhanced.

The design of the hotel embodies the rarity of the whole experience. Epitomising the juxtaposition of old and new London architecture, Bishopsgate Plaza encapsulates not only a 43-storey bronze tower encompassing Pan Pacific London and private Sky Residence apartments, but also the 144-year old Devonshire House featuring designer shops, a destination restaurant and a contemporary cocktail bar. True to our word, Pan Pacific London really is its own little village. A landscaped public plaza seamlessly connects these two cultural hubs together, making it a 24-hour destination for meeting, living, working and discovering. To add to the allure, Pan Pacific London is a pet-friendly hotel, lovingly welcoming all and every four-legged friend.

From the moment you arrive, it’s difficult to not be in awe of your surroundings. Designed by the esteemed duo Yabu Pushelberg, it’s refreshing to see their signature style to the hotel, with a fusion of south-east Asian vibrancy and the refined elegance of traditional British design. The space itself represents a unique sense of sanctuary, with the interior presenting a neutral colour palette, feelings of peace and calm spread like wild fire throughout the entirety of the building.

Pan Pacific London Pool Jack HardyKeeping in theme with creating their own inner world and an inner-city sanctuary, each room within the hotel have been designed as retreats, allowing you to feel as if you can escape the bustling city.

Moving on to food and beverage, Pan Pacific London is home to signature restaurant Straits Kitchen showcasing Singaporean-style dining. Alongside this, Ginger Lily, a lively cocktail bar and The Orchid Lounge are also situated within the hotel, a timeless elegant living room serving Kopi Tiam, their bespoke Singaporean-inspired afternoon tea.


The tranquil aesthetic is combined with an unmatched wellness programme that offers the most innovative health and wellbeing haven in the capital. Integrating fitness, nutrition, treatments and mindfulness, the hotel is one of the first in London to include an impressive 1,083m² floor dedicated to holistic wellness, featuring an 18.5m infinity pool and the latest equipment from TecnoBody®, including the D-Wall and conditioning gym, making it one of the most technologically advanced facilities showcased by any hotel gym in the UK.

The hotel’s infinity pool is a unique and special addition to the wellbeing floor, along with mindful workshops and sustainable nutrition. The Spa treatments available infuse western science and clinical research with the South East Asian tradition of clean beauty, focusing on giving you result-driven relaxation techniques, pregnancy treatments, and personal grooming rituals.

It’s safe to say that Pan Pacific London offers a serene haven away from the hustle and busyness of city life. Every element has been carefully crafted and tailored to the idea of creating a little slice of tranquillity and providing every guest with an experience revolved around the concept of relaxation.

For reservations please visit panpacificlondon.com

Room rates start from £325 per night, room only

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