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Pan Pacific Hotels launch Double Preferences Promotion

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Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts has launched a Double Preferences promotion which enables guests to customize their experience with two value-added amenities.

Guests who stay from 1 July to 30 September 2009 can enhance their experience by choosing not one as before, but two complimentary amenities such as room upgrades, dining credit, internet connectivity, limousine transfers or buffet breakfast, in addition to a guaranteed late check-out till 3:00pm. At the Pan Pacific Whistler Village and Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside the late checkout is only until 1 pm.

“We attribute the success of our signature Preferences by Pan Pacific package to the flexibility of the concept which, in line with our brand philosophy, recognises travellers’ different needs by allowing them to design their stay the way they want it to be. Double Preferences presents enhanced value and flexibility for both leisure and business travellers who will enjoy Pan Pacific’s personalised care and award-winning facilities,” said Kevin Croley, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Sales, Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts.

Participating Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts include Pan Pacific Bangkok, Sari Pan Pacific Jakarta, Pan Pacific Sonargaon Dhaka, Pan Pacific KLIA, Pan Pacific Manila, Pan Pacific Orchard (Singapore), Pan Pacific Singapore, Pan Pacific Seattle, Pan Pacific Vancouver, Pan Pacific Whistler Village and Mountain Side, and Pan Pacific Xiamen (from 1 August 2009).

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