Pan Pacific Hotels Group Launches Its Next Sustainability Icon in Malaysia with PARKROYAL COLLECTION Kuala Lumpur and Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Kuala Lumpur


Pan Pacific Hotels Group is taking the iconic biophilia of its PARKROYAL COLLECTION hotels beyond the shores of Singapore with the launch of PARKROYAL COLLECTION Kuala Lumpur in June 2022. This will be followed by the opening of Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Kuala Lumpur in October 2022, yet another first with the Group’s signature Pan Pacific flag in Malaysia.

Located in the heart of Bukit Bintang, both properties will open in a mixed-use complex owned by the Singapore-listed UOL Group Limited, Pan Pacific Hotels Group’s parent company and one of Asia’s most established hotel and property companies with a portfolio of investment and development properties.

Following the successful launch of Pan Pacific Hotels Group’s PARKROYAL COLLECTION brand in January 2020, the 535-room PARKROYAL COLLECTION Kuala Lumpur will inject a new breath of eco-chic living in the beating heart of Bukit Bintang.


With a lush green fa├žade of 78 sky planters on its frontage and roof terraces showcasing 13,000 square feet of plants and trees, its refreshing design welcomes guests into a world of biophilia, connecting them to the space and with each other. In tandem with the PARKROYAL COLLECTION brand’s design for sustainability, the hotel will also feature sustainable operations such as motion sensors across public areas and rooms, a food waste digester, no single-use plastics, and an urban farm. Like its sister properties in Singapore, it will also have a holistic wellness floor comprising a St Gregory Spa, a modern gymnasium and fitness studio, as well as a pool.

Come October 2022, the complex will welcome 210 well-appointed luxury suites with Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Kuala Lumpur, offering long-staying guests the conveniences of the city coupled with the sincere and gracious service of Pan Pacific.

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