Pan Pacific Singapore was ranked ninth in the list of 50 hotels

Pacific Ballroom - Double-U Hollow

Pacific Ballroom – Double-U Hollow

Pan Pacific Singapore was ranked ninth in the list of 50 hotels

Earlier this month, meetings technology and venue network provider Cvent unveiled its list of the top hotels for meetings and events in the U.S., Europe, Middle East and Africa as well as Asia Pacific. Pan Pacific Singapore was ranked ninth in the list of 50 hotels in the Asia Pacific category.

“We are truly honoured to see Pan Pacific Singapore being recognised as one of the top 10 hubs for meetings and events in Asia Pacific,” said Area General Manager (Singapore) and General Manager, Pan Pacific Singapore, Mr Gino Tan. “Throughout the years we have undergone several refurbishments – most recently the Pacific Ballroom saw a SGD3 million renovation, to create ideal
spaces for event and corporate planners to host their business or social events. We are proud to have a team of dedicated associates who take pride in extending gracious and dependable hospitality to all our valued guests. With this award, we are motivated to continue striving to be the preferred hotel company for all our guests.”

The ranking was based mainly on each hotel’s total generated business in 2017 which was measured through Cvent’s venue sourcing platform, Cvent Supplier Network. Other factors that were taken into consideration include the total requests for proposals (RFPs), awarded RFPs, total room nights, awarded room nights, major metropolitan area (MMA) market share, conversion rate, and the hotel’s unique profile visits in the Cvent Supplier Network. Please find the full 2018 list of Top 50 Meeting Hotels in APAC here.

Source = Pan Pacific Singapore
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