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Pipeline27 August 2019

PARKROYAL Dalian

Pan Pacific Hotels Group Debuts PARKROYAL Brand in China With Opening of PARKROYAL Dalian in 2020

Scheduled for 2020 – 216 Rooms

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Pan Pacific Hotels Group will debut its deluxe brand, PARKROYAL Hotels & Resorts, in China with the opening of PARKROYAL Dalian in Liaoning Province, China, in Q4 2020. This is an important milestone as the Group brings its deluxe brand into China, providing guests with a new experience of hospitality. This was announced at a signing ceremony held at Pan Pacific Beijing last Friday.

Dalian, the second largest city in Liaoning Province, is a major seaport and the financial, shipping and logistics centre in Northeast Asia. Commanding a height of 52 levels, PARKROYAL Dalian will be one of the tallest buildings in the city upon completion, offering panoramic views of both the sea and surrounding hills from its location at Youting Road. Within walking distance is city landmark Xinghai Square—the world's largest city square, Dalian World Expo Centre, and the Dalian Xinghai Convention & Exhibition Centre—which boasts 146,800 square metres of exhibition space. Both the Xinghai Bay Financial Business Area and Dalian Forest Zoo are an easy 10-minute drive from the hotel, while Dalian Airport can be reached in half an hour by car.

Multi-awarded design firm Gold Mantis, whose projects included 2008 Olympic Stadium (Bird's Nest) and National Grand Theatre, has drawn inspiration from Dalian's illustrious history as a trading hub between China and Russia to produce its unconventional design for this 216-key hotel, with breathtaking touches including a rooftop helipad for airport transfers, general sightseeing, and creative events. Scheduled for launch at a later phase are 112 units of serviced suites within the same building.

Dining and meeting at PARKROYAL Dalian promises to be a picturesque experience with the top three floors occupied by a rooftop bar, elegant Chinese restaurant, and all-day dining restaurant along with multi-function spaces respectively. A spa, indoor swimming pool, jacuzzi and fitness room make up the wellness facilities on the fourth floor of the hotel. With the lead-in room category starting at 30 square metres, the hotel offers expansive rooms with polished brass, granite surfaces and wood panelling in warm tones that blend together to create a stylish, romantic interior reminiscent of luxury cruising.

The addition of PARKROYAL Dalian brings the expanding PARKROYAL network to 20 hotels, resorts and serviced suites in total across Asia Pacific, including key cities Singapore, Sydney, Kuala Lumpur, Ho Chi Minh City and Yangon. The PARKROYAL brand celebrates people and life with its human-centric design and passion for the well-being of others and the environment, and personifies supportiveness, energy and inclusivity. With this philosophy in creating real connections and joyous experiences, PARKROYAL brings out the best of people and the destination they are in.

Elsewhere in China, Pan Pacific Hotels Group manages six properties in Beijing, Tianjin, Suzhou, Xiamen and Ningbo under its signature "Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts" brand. Pan Pacific Hotels Group is opening its Europe flagship in London in 2020, along with new properties across capital cities in Southeast Asia such as Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Jakarta, and Hanoi in the next two years.

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The PARKROYAL portfolio comprises 13 hotels, resorts and serviced suites in gateway cities across Australia, China, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore and Vietnam, including those under development. Exuding the spirit and individuality of their location, each PARKROYAL provides a connection to authentic local experiences.
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Pan Pacific Hotels Group Limited is a listed hotel subsidiary of Singapore-listed UOL Group Limited, one of Asia’s most established hotel and property companies with an outstanding portfolio of investment and development properties.
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