Newly refurbished Pan Pacific Perth offers new era of refinement

Edited by Travel Weekly


    Refurbishments at the iconic Pan Pacific Perth, the Adelaide Terrace hotel in the WA capital, are scheduled to be finished by late 2024, with new images revealing a new standard of luxury.

    While the refit got underway in May 2023, the transformation is now set to offers business travellers and holidaying guests new levels of comforts and service.

    The transformation has already seen completion of 390 guest rooms and suites, with the redesign of the impressive convention level ballrooms and meeting rooms, along with the lobby and exclusive Pacific Club lounge on level 7 thoroughly underway.

    The plans will also see a grand unveiling of the luxuriously appointed Presidential Suite boasting panoramic views of the city and Swan River from each of the suite’s two balconies.

    The guest experience has been at the forefront of this project, with comfort and functionality in mind, the hotel said.

    The next stage of the project includes the revitalisation of 96 Pacific Club rooms and suites, with ample workspace and refreshing décor, along with a reimagined arrival experience with transformation of the porte cochère. The hotel said final works will be of minimal impact to guests and visitors.

    Alongside the physical changes underway, the hotel has introduced bespoke experiences that hero the Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts brand positioning of Graceful Luxury. This includes the implementation of a refreshing welcome sparkling wine cocktail on arrival every Friday afternoon for the evening’s guests, as well as complimentary house-made chocolates for Club room and suite guests to indulge or take home. The first of many enhancements to continue to elevate the guest experience.

    The thoughtfully designed interior plans, showcasing the beauty and tranquility of Western Australia’s diverse landscapes, are supported through some of Pan Pacific Perth’s local partnerships with Tail Winds Aerial Media, and Willie Creek Pearls. Each adds touches of graceful luxury to the hotel, with Tail Winds drone photography displayed in the hotel lobby, capturing the natural beauty and rawness of the state’s iconic scenery.

    And Willie Creek pearls is offering their uniquely Western Australian experience to guests through the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to harvest their own Australian South Sea Cultured Pearls.

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