Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts

Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts
Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts
Type Hotel management
Founded Tokyu Corporation
Headquarters Singapore
Owner(s) UOL Corporation

Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts is a hotel-management company with 20 hotels (totalling over 7,300 rooms) in 11 countries in the Pacific Rim region. The company is a founding member of the Global Hotel Alliance, the world's largest alliance of independent hotel groups. The hotels are usually 30-storey buildings with balconies that make up the trademark name "pan pacific". They are so named because the way the balconies are laid out resembles one of the towers on the Pan Pacific Auditorium.

Pan Pacific was bought from Tokyu Corporation of Japan in 2007 by UOL Group Limited and headquartered in Singapore, it has offices in San Francisco, London, Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo. It was also recently recognised as amongst the top 25 hotel companies demonstrating social responsibility by the Conde Nast Traveler magazine.


Current Pan Pacific properties worldwide

North America

Pan Pacific Hotel, Vancouver
Pan Pacific Hotel Seattle (Left Tower of 2200 Westlake

Asia Pacific

Pan Pacific Hotel Singapore from Centennial Tower

Former , Future and Joint Hotels

Former Hotels

  • Pan Pacific Anaheim - now Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel, Anaheim, California
  • Pan Pacific Bangkok - now Crowne Plaza Lumpini Park, Bangkok
  • Pan Pacific San Francisco - now JW Marriott San Francisco
  • Pan Pacific San Diego - became dated , turned into Wyndham , recently refurbished into Westin.
  • Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows, Mauna Lani Bay, USA

Future Hotels

Jointly managed with Tokyu Hotels Group

  • Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel, Japan
  • Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu, Japan
  • Kyoto Tokyu Hotel, Japan
  • Nagoya Tokyu Hotel, Japan
  • Narita Excel Hotel Tokyu, Japan
  • Pan Pacific Yokohama, Japan

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