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Pan Pacific Signs Parkroyal Hotel in Langkawi

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Pan Pacific Hotels Group has signed a management agreement with Gagasan Langkawi Sdn. Bhd to open a 262-room Parkroyal hotel in Langkawi in 2017.

Featuring 253 rooms and nine villas, Parkroyal Langkawi Resort will enjoy a prime beachfront location at Pantai Tengah Beach, one of the longest and most popular stretches of beach in Langkawi. The resort will also be adjacent to a retail and dining complex.

Within the resort, guests will be able to indulge in its extensive range of facilities including an all-day dining restaurant, a specialty restaurant, beach bar, spa, gymnasium, family lounge, ballroom, meeting rooms and outdoor swimming pools.

Bernold O. Schroeder, Chief Executive Officer, Pan Pacific Hotels Group, said, “With its strategic location and menu of unique customer offerings, Parkroyal Langkawi Resort is well poised to uphold the Parkroyal promise to be “Your Trusted Local Companion”, connecting guests to the many authentic cultural, dining and entertainment experiences that the beautiful island of Langkawi has to offer.”

An archipelago of some 100 islands off the west coast of Malaysia, Langkawi is one of the country’s best-known and most popular beach destinations. The island saw over three million tourist arrivals in 2013 and is expected to hit the four-million mark this year.

In Malaysia, Pan Pacific Hotels Group owns and/or manages three other Parkroyal properties – namely Parkroyal Kuala Lumpur, Parkroyal Serviced Suites Kuala Lumpur and Parkroyal Penang Resort.

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