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7 Raffles Boulevard
Marina Square
Singapore
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Telephone: (65) 6336-8111
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Located in Marina Bay, the Pan Pacific Singapore Hotel is adjacent to three shopping malls including Suntec Singapore International Convention and Exhibition Centre and is 20 minutes from Changi International Airport . 775 well-appointed rooms and suites offer magnificent views of the city and harbour while 24 meeting venues are available for events of any occasion.

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  1. hburn10
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     22 Jul 2013 at 3:05 pm
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    It was time to re-visit Pan Pacific Singapore again after their refurbishment so I took the opportunity to have a staycation here with 2 friends - their Singapore Staycation package (only applicable for Singaporeans, PR) was a very good deal at $218 per night for a deluxe room which complete with breakfast for 2, $40 dining credit, late check out til 3pm, and complimentary parking.

    CHECK IN - Arrived at 12noon (had informed the hotel prior) and was pleased that we could check in immediately. The hotel also kindly upgraded me to a Panoramic room after learning it was a special occasion. Check in was smooth and I was pleasantly surprised that offered a welcome drink complimentary.

    ROOM - my room 2724 was nicely appointed but didnt feel as big as I thought it was, probably because the bathroom took up some space too. It was all very zen-ish with everything built in, including the wine glasses. The 2 single beds were very comfortable too. I wished there was a day bed instead of the resort looking chair which looked out of place. Coffee / tea sachets were available, and there was a Nespresso machine in the room which was very welcomed. Was also given some fruits and chocolates as a welcome amenity. Cleanliness was not a problem, and plenty of powerpoints for use. The good thing about having a Panoramic room that you access it using the external elevator which gives you a view everytime you go up and down (rooms at level 21 and below uses the internal lift).

    SERVICE - Service in general throughout my stay was okay, except for one time where housekeeping forgot my request for an ice bucket. But otherwise nothing to complain about.

    DINING - I had drinks at The Atrium in the early evening and found the place adequately staffed although the area was vast. Service was pleasant too. Breakfast at The Edge was crazy amounts of food and variety - all of rather high standards - thumbs up! I ate there for 2 whole hours and didnt even manage to try everything. Just not sure if its worth it to have breakfast here if your package doesnt include breakfast as it costs $56 per pax after taxes otherwise. I also spotted the staff at the coffee machine using expired milk to make a cappuccino and using bare hands to handle fruits meant for juicing so watch out.

    LOCATION - the hotel is connected to Millennia Walk and Marina Square which in turn leds to Suntec City and further away, City Link, Esplanade, and finally Raffles City where City Hall MRT station is - everything is sheltered so no problem at exploring these places even if it rains.

    CHECK OUT - Check out at 3pm was really slow. They have a system whereby you queue at a central queue and directed to an available counter once a slot opens up, much like a bank system. My check out took 15mins which I thought was a tad slow especially when I was rushing for my next appointment.

    It was a great staycation nonetheless but this will be a great place for tourist wanting to do abit of shopping yet stay out of the blazing Singapore sun.

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    1. bigisbeauti4
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       24 Sep 2007 at 10:27 pm

      Last wednesday, I attended a wedding at Pan Pacific...

      The menu as follow:

      1. Combination of Deluxe Appetizer (Suckling Pig, Roast Duck, Prawn Salad, Chicken Money Bag & Jellyfish) My mummy commented that the Jellyfish is very nice... Bouncy and juicy... I find the whole dish a bit cold... If it's pipping hot... It will be great... Mummy 'suaned' me saying that this is a cold dish... Therefore it should be cold... =X

      2. Braised Shark's Fin Soup with Shredded Fish Maw and Crabmeat Everyone of us had a big bowl of shark fin... There were more fish maw and crabmeat than shark fin... It was juz so-so...

      3. Poached Live Prawns with Chinese Wine This dish is superb! The prawns are fresh and sweet... It taste like drunken prawn to me... I don't see any diff between the 2 dish...

      4. Roasted Farm Chicken in Honey and Soya Sauce in Jasmine Tea Leaf Definately I couldn't taste the Jasmine Tea leaf... and I don't taste any diff of a farm chicken and non-farm chicken... Anyway it juz an average dish...

      5. Steamed Fillet of Sea Perch With Crispy Fermented Bean Crumbs in Superior Soya Sauce.. This dish is quite different from the normal wedding fish... It doesn't comes in a whole... It's serve in fillet... So very easy to eat... No need to scare of bones... The fish is fresh... NICE...

      6. Braised Sea Cumcumber and Bai Ling Mushrooms with Oyster Sauce on Seasonal Greens I love the sea cumcumber... very very well cooked! Soft and the sea cumcumber has 'soaked' the sauce in... Yummy

      7. Braised Ee-Fu noodles with straw mushroom, preserved vegetable and yellow chives Nothing special abt this dish.. Nothing worth mentioning...

      8. Sweetened Yam Paste with Ginkgo Nuts A very traditional Teochew dessert... From young, I hate this dish... Normally I will juz take a tiny spoon of it... As usual, I took a tiny spoon.. and I love it... I love the extra taste of corn in the coconut milk! It's so corn- sweet... My favourite dish of the night!

      Somehow, I went to the dinner with some expectations... After it's Pan Pacific right? But I find the dinner average... And I believe a table there cost a bomb... It won't be cheap... And I dun think the price jusitfy the food...

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