ParkRoyal Collection debuts in Kuala Lumpur

Eco-friendly hotel will feature a dedicated floor for meetings and events.

ParkRoyal Collection Kuala Lumpur and Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Kuala Lumpur will be located in a mixed-use complex in Bukit Bintang.
ParkRoyal Collection Kuala Lumpur and Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Kuala Lumpur will be located in a mixed-use complex in Bukit Bintang.

The ParkRoyal Collection brand will fly the flag for Pan Pacific Hotels Group (PPHG) in its first overseas debut in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Located in Bukit Bintang, ParkRoyal Collection Kuala Lumpur will launch in June next year followed by Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Kuala Lumpur in October. Both properties will be situated within a mixed-use complex owned by UOL Group Limited, the parent company of PPHG.

The ballroom on level two, which hosts up to 840 pax.
The ballroom on level two, which hosts up to 840 pax.

Planners can consider the 1,378sqm second floor, set aside for MICE events and functions. The Collection Ballroom and Garden Ballroom are 650sqm each, and come equipped with video walls and can host up to 840 pax, while smaller groups of up to 40 pax can opt for the other seven meeting rooms on the same floor.

Serviced suites guests will also be able to book these venues.

The 535-room ParkRoyal Collection Kuala Lumpur features its signature biophilia design concept with a lush façade of 78 sky planters on its frontage and roof terraces spanning 1,208 sqm of plants and trees.

The theme is carried through to eco-friendly features such as motion sensors across public areas and rooms, a food waste digester, no single-use plastics and an urban farm. A holistic lifestyle is also part of the ParkRoyal Collection experience and guests will enjoy the use of wellness facilities such as a St Gregory Spa, a modern gymnasium and fitness studio, and a pool.

For long-stay guests, the Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Kuala Lumpur property will offer 210 luxury suites fitted with the necessary amenities and facilities to complete ‘the home away from home’ experience.

Source: Travel Weekly Asia



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