Published on : Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Just a year after its opening, Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Beach Road, Singapore is delighted to be named Winner in the Hotel category at the 2014 FIABCI Singapore Property Awards ceremony held at PARKROYAL on Pickering yesterday.
Considered one of the most prestigious accolades of Singapore’s real estate industry, the Awards recognise quality developments which embodies excellence and evaluated on concept, architecture and design,
development and construction, community benefit and environmental impact as well as financial and marketing. It represents an outstanding achievement which developers, professionals and property owners aspire to attain.
Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Beach Road, Singapore is owned and managed by Pan Pacific Hotels Group (PPHG), a wholly-owned subsidiary of UOL, one of Singapore’s most established property companies. As one of three UOL properties honoured at the Awards this year, the Serviced Suites positions PPHG and UOL at the forefront of visionary architectural design and sustainable buildings and developments.
Since its launch last May, the 180-suite Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Beach Road, Singapore has thrived thanks to its prime location within the cultural enclave of Beach Road and close to financial centres such as the Marina Bay Financial District. Indulge in comfort and convenience with its world class service including round-the-clock Personal Assistants, a fully-equipped kitchenette with premium amenities, laundry facilities within the apartments, daily housekeeping services and made-to-order breakfast in the lounge. The property has since established itself as a premier choice accommodation for extended stay travellers and continually receives praise for its consistent top notch service.
Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Beach Road, Singapore will now represent Singapore and compete with other country winners in the Hotel category at the 2015 FIABCI Prix d’Excellence Awards, which recognises the best developments in the global real estate arena.
Source:- Pan Pacific