HotelsPan Pacific to open serviced suites in Jakarta, as part of integrated development

Pan Pacific expands in Indonesia and Asia

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Neo Soon Hup, chief financial officer and head of business development, Pan Pacific Hotels Group (centre) and Tay Swee Eng, deputy general manager, PT China Sonangol Media Investment (right) at the signing ceremony for Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Jakarta, which was witnessed by Lothar Nessmann, chief executive officer, Pan Pacific Hotels Group (left).
Neo Soon Hup, chief financial officer and head of business development, Pan Pacific Hotels Group (centre) and Tay Swee Eng, deputy general manager, PT China Sonangol Media Investment (right) at the signing ceremony for Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Jakarta, which was witnessed by Lothar Nessmann, chief executive officer, Pan Pacific Hotels Group (left).
Jakarta’s central business district will welcome a new kid on the block come 2020. The 161-unit Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Jakarta will occupy levels 47 to 58 in the North Tower of Indonesia I, an integrated development by PT China Sonangol Media Investment. Located along Jalan Thamrin, the suites will join the development’s offices and commercial spaces with entertainment and retail offerings.

“As one of Asia’s fastest-growing economies, Indonesia presents vast business development opportunities and growth potential for the Pan Pacific brand, which is currently being represented by the iconic Sari Pan Pacific Jakarta,” said Lothar Nessmann, chief executive officer, Pan Pacific Hotels Group.

Pan Pacific Hotels Group has announced several other openings this year. Pan Pacific Melbourne opened in July, while Pan Pacific Beijing and Pan Pacific Yangon will debut in their respective Asian cities come September.


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