A luxuriant haven in the heart of the city, that’s on the doorstep of world-renowned locations, but also home to its own inner-world. Combining sincere Singaporean hospitality with contemporary London design. It’s a place where guests can retreat, and be treated, safe in the knowledge that the best of the city surrounds them.
Epitomising the juxtaposition of old and new London architecture, Bishopsgate Plaza, where the hotel is located, encapsulates a 43-storey bronze tower, home to Pan Pacific London and private residential apartments whilst the 144-year- old Devonshire House showcases designer shops, a restaurant and a contemporary destination cocktail bar. A landscaped public plaza seamlessly connects these two cultural hubs together, making it a 24-hour destination for meeting, living, working and discovering.
3 things to try when you’re there
Kopi Tiam Afternoon Tea – Singaporean born Executive Pastry Chef, Cherish Finden brings a slice of her heritage to a seasonal curated collection of savouries from chicken curry puffs to dim sum and her childhood sweet favourites of pineapple tart and a thousand layer spice cake.
D-Wall Training Experience – Located on the wellbeing floor and exclusive to the hotel and a first in the UK, the TecnoBody® D-wall training system involves body recognition and an interface gesture which engages guests in the course of training with virtual functionality in a stand-alone performance zone. Unlike traditional methods of exercise, each session focuses on real time biofeedback and long-term joint health through mindful training.
Pan Pacific Suite – The sky’s the limit in the Pan Pacific Suite. The epitome of sophistication on level 19, enjoy panoramic views across London including one of the City’s most recognisable landmarks, The Gherkin. As well as private butler service, revel in an indulgent signature experience in this two-bedroomed suite, with separate lounge boasting floor-to-ceiling windows to take in the views, private study, dining area, marble bathroom with heated floor, dressing room and luxurious Diptyque amenities.
You might not know but..
The interiors, designed by Yabu Pushelberg are inspired by Singapore and British Gardens.
There is an entire floor dedicated to wellbeing – featuring an 18.5 metre infinity pool.