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Article from BTNews 23 NOVEMBER 2020

London Liverpool Street 5-star Hotel

Getting ready for opening by Liverpool Street Station “in the spring” is the Pan Pacific London 5-star luxury hotel.  At some point in time The Elizabeth Line, with fast services to Heathrow, will be a short walk away.  (But not to London City Airport, six miles away by taxi!)

Pan Pacific London is a spectacular 43-storey bronze tower consisting of private residences, a luxury hotel and a public plaza.

The 237-room property is located in One Bishopsgate Plaza, with 160 private residences. The project is the vision of world famous Yabu Pushelberg, the firm behind London’s No.1 in Grosvenor Square – and in collaboration with architects PLP.  It was formerly the Heron Tower complex.

The hotel claims a number of firsts for London; including a floor dedicated to guest well-being incorporating a dramatic 18m infinity pool with spectacular cityscape view; more landscaped outdoor space than any other luxury hotel in the area, with gardens integrated into the design of the restaurants and recreational facilities; and meeting and function spaces which will total almost 341ft.  The ballroom is the largest in the City of London covers 476sqm featuring two combinable areas suiting any type of event.

www.panpacific.com/en/hotels-and-resorts/pp-london.html

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