Pan Pacific Orchard
Pan Pacific Orchard to rte-launch in 2021
Scheduled for 2021 – 200 Rooms
In a repeat collaboration with WOHA, the award-winning firm behind PARKROYAL on Pickering, Pan Pacific Orchard will feature three levels of experiential sky gardens with foliage that comprises three times its total land area— a scale that is unprecedented in a built-up city centre - and offer true resort living in the heart of urban Singapore. Located along the Orchard Road shopping and lifestyle district, this architectural stunner will be the Group's first zero-waste hotel— featuring a rainwater harvesting system, a recyclable water system, and a compactor that transforms food waste into compost, amongst other innovative elements.
In preference for more environmentally sustainable alternatives, Pan Pacific Hotels Group has eliminated plastic straws across all hotels, resorts and serviced suites globally since 2018. In line with the Group's commitment to be free of single-use plastics by the end of this year, the properties will be opting for greener alternatives for in-room amenities, meetings, and more, while expanding recycling efforts for non-plastic items such as bottles and soap.
Ms Cinn Tan, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, Pan Pacific Hotels Group, says, "We are defined by our core values of sincerity and integrity, and are committed to caring for the environment and operating in a sustainable manner across our portfolio of 40 hotels, resorts and serviced suites globally. We're proud to be leading the way in sustainable hospitality with jewels such as PARKROYAL on Pickering, the "World's Leading Green City Hotel", and will up the ante with the launch of Pan Pacific Orchard, our first zero-waste hotel, in 2021. Pan Pacific Hotels Group is deeply invested in the cause for sustainability and we have plans to expand our footprint of experiential green hotels, each one to surprise and delight our guests. With their unique eco-architecture, our green jewels will redefine not just the landscape they are in, but the very concept of sustainable hospitality."