Set overlooking the Swan River, close to the lush historic gardens of Kings Park, the Pan Pacific Perth provides five-star accommodation for holidaymakers or business travellers. Convenient for many of the city’s attractions as well as its business centre, it’s just a five-minute stroll from Perth Concert Hall, as well as the main shopping, dining and entertainment precincts and of course the Western Australia Cricket Association Cricket Ground.
The Pan Pacific offers five categories of spacious rooms, Deluxe, Premier, Executive and Pacific Club, and you can expect the same high Pan Pacific hotel standards of furnishings and amenities. Décor is simple and contemporary, all mod cons are provided, including LCD TV, fully stocked mini bar, tea and coffee making service, WI-Fi, digital safe and either king-sized or twin double beds with a pillow menu. The luxurious bathrooms have hair dryers as standard. Premier rooms have a comfortable sitting area, and a work desk and, being located on the top floor, great views of the river. Pacific Club rooms have outsized granite bathrooms, and are enhanced by a richly coloured palette of textiles. You also have complimentary lounge access, daily breakfast, pre-dinner drinks and capnapes, as well as all the business facilities you could wish for. For the ultimate indulgence though, the Presidential suite has two balconies overlooking the river, a vast living and entertaining space, lavish ma
Take a dip in the outdoor freeform pool or bask in the sun with a cocktail on one of the loungers around the edge. Or if you feel energetic you can work out in the Fitness Centre, which has Life Fitness equipment as well as free weights and a steam room. There is also a selection of jogging trails if that’s your thing. Beyond the hotel, the Pan Pacific is convenient for many of Perth’s attractions, including the Swan River, which offers watersports from sailing and kayaking to windsurfing and of course river cruises, to Bell Tower, casino Aboriginal Art Gallery, Kings Park Botanical gardens, Mount Lawley and Subiaco distrcits, and Freemantle Markets. Perth Zoo provides a great day out with 41 acres of ground plus there are great beaches within driving distance, and Swan Valley, with its world-class wineries, breweries and distilleries, as well as the Food and Wine trail with 150 cafes, bars and restaurants, is a must for foodies. If you can’t decide what to do first, the concierge
Montereys Restaurant serves breakfast, and an international buffet menu created with the best of local produce - especially good for seafood ¬ – for lunch and dinner, every day. Origins serves a delightful afternoon tea, complete with pretty tiered cake stands laden with delicious cakes, dainty china cups and saucers, scones with cream and jam, and sparkling wine, each weekend, and the Lobby Lounge is the place to meet for cocktails, fine wines and international beers and a selection of tapas. If you want to stay in, then In-Room Dining is available with a selection of Asian and international dishes, 24 hours a day.
207 Adelaide TerracePerth WA6000