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Welcome To A Haven In The City

Located in Bishopsgate in the heart of the City of London, moments from Liverpool Street Station, Pan Pacific London is on the doorstep of world-renowned locations, yet also home to its own inner world. Designed by Yabu Pushelberg, the hotel takes innovation and understated luxury to new heights. 

Pan Pacific London a luxuriant haven in the city is home to signature restaurant Straits Kitchen showcasing Singaporean-style dining, Ginger Lily, a lively cocktail bar and The Orchid Lounge, a timeless elegant living room serving Kopi Tiam, our bespoke Singaporean-inspired afternoon tea.

Epitomising the juxtaposition of old and new London architecture, Bishopsgate Plaza encapsulates a 43-storey bronze tower, home to Pan Pacific London and private residential apartments whilst the 144-year old Devonshire Row showcases designer shops, a restaurant and a contemporary destination cocktail bar. A landscaped public plaza seamlessly connects these two cultural hubs together, making it a 24-hour destination for meeting, living, working and discovering. As a pet-loving hotel, we welcome your 4-legged friends.

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Behind The Scenes

World-renowned Designers,
Yabu Pushelberg

Created by design duo George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg, based in New York, Yabu Pushelberg is famed for creating immersive interiors and sensory spaces across the world. Together, they have crafted our hotel to recognise the diversity of London design, whilst honouring Singaporean authenticities. 

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Sip, Dine and Savour

Enjoy a melting pot of global flavours across five venues incorporating unique elements of diversity and elegance of modern Singapore. Our teams work closely with British producers to grow Asian ingredients to help minimise our carbon footprint whilst bringing eclectic flavours to the table.



We at Pan Pacific London are committed to working responsibly and ethically to improve our sustainability and to reduce our impact on the environment. Through this commitment, we strive to help our communities and invite our guests and hotel team alike the opportunity to join-in our efforts.


Find your equilibrium and balance your body and soul with our boundary-pushing wellbeing amenities on our 1,083m² exclusive wellbeing floor.

Integrating fitness, nutrition, holistic treatments and mindfulness, indulge in our top-tier treatment rooms, steam room and sauna, culinary menu curated by our in-house nutritionist, the latest equipment from TecnoBody®, including the D-Wall and conditioning gym and an 18.5m infinity pool with panoramic plaza views. 

Family wellbeing is important to us and children are welcome during family times, ensuring the whole family has time to disconnect and reconnect, leaving feeling recharged and rejuvenated. 

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  • Home to the City of London’s art collection of paintings drawings and sculptures. Featuring works dating from 1670 to modern day.
  • The museum houses the largest urban history collection in the world, documenting the social history of London and its evolving population through time.
  • One of London’s oldest covered markets, independent traders offer fashion, interiors, art and food seven days a week.
  • Dating back to the 14th century, this is one of London’s oldest markets and primarily sells fresh food. The roof structure has become a unique landmark, the market is a Grade II listed building.
  • Where the old meets new, a cocktail bar and restaurant with an eclectic menu featuring unique creations.
  • London’s highest Champagne bar, located at the top of Tower 42 with views across the city.
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Pan Pacific London

  • Broadgate Circle 6 minutes' walk
  • Guildhall Art Gallery 12 minutes' walk
  • Tower Bridge 19 minutes' walk