Pan Pacific Perth opens new ballroom

The Pan Pacific Hotels Group Limited is a Singapore-based company which owns both the Pan Pacific Hotels brand and the Parkroyal brand of hotels.  The Group recently opened its first Pan Pacific-branded property in Perth, Western Australia.

The Pan Pacific Perth occupies the building which formerly held the Perth Sheraton, a hotel that was an important part of the Perth community.  Since taking over the premises Pan Pacific has quietly gone ahead to give the hotel its own personal touch.

The convention floor of the hotel has been closed since January, when refurbishment of the first floor function and meeting area began.  Now work on the convention floor has been completed and was revealed to the public in a glittering ceremony which welcomed Perth Pan Pacific to its group of hotels and compared Perth to some of the other Pan Pacific properties which circle the Pacific Rim.

If the quality of the food and hospitality that was offered to guests is anything to go by, then Pan Pacific Perth will soon become as popular a venue as its predecessor, and deservedly so.  Food representing the cuisines of many of the countries in which the Pan Pacific Group has a presence were designed by Executive Chef Brad Froelich to give us a gastronomic tour of the group’s properties.  Shot glasses of Laksa, satays and delicious chilli soft shell crab were the perfect accompaniments to the less spicy, but equally delicious, sashimi, sushi and steamed mussels, which were concluded by a number of delicious desserts which included small cones of lavender ice cream you could just die for.

The Convention Level features bold, contemporary decor and the ballroom features hand-made opulent black crystal chandeliers which float amongst an impressive bronze mirror ceiling.

General Manager Grant Raubenheimer was justifiably proud of his new ballroom and its state-of-the-art audiovisual facilities, which were impressively utilised to present a number of performances from acts which highlighted the Pan Pacific international theme.

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