Official Pan Pacific Vancouver Blog. Book online now or call reservations Toll-Free at 1.800.663.1515

Category Archives: History

← Older posts

When the Great One Stayed at the Pan

Posted on

Photo credit: Kris Krug It’s Throwback Thursday, when we open our vaults to share with you our famous past guests. And since we’re celebrating Canada’s 150th anniversary (or sesquicentennial) this year, we’re going to feature our famous Canadian guests in … Continue reading


Captain Sully Lands At The Pan

Posted on

It’s Throwback Thursday, when we open our vaults to share with you our famous past guests. Who can forget all those iconic images of US Airways flight 1549 making an emergency water landing on New York’s Hudson River? On January 15, … Continue reading


When The Prime Ministers Stayed At The Pan

Posted on

Photo credit: CBC It’s Throwback Thursday or #TBT if you prefer! Today, we open our vaults to share with you our famous past guests. In May of 1996, the Honourable Pierre Trudeau, Former Prime Minister of Canada, stayed at the … Continue reading


Pan Pacific’s Heritage Horns

Posted on

If you live or work anywhere in downtown, but especially by the financial district, Coal Harbour or Canada Place area, you would definitely catch the unmistakable sounds of the Heritage Horns on top of Pan Pacific. Everyday, these 10 cast … Continue reading


Pan Pacific Vancouver’s First Guest

Posted on

It’s our 30th anniversary this week! And we thought we would share a very special Throwback Thursday with a very special guest.  In fact, she’s the first guest ever to stay at the Pan when we opened our doors in 1986! We chat … Continue reading


When the Three Tenors Visited Vancouver

Posted on

It’s Throwback Thursday! We open our vaults to share with you our famous past guests. Before there was Il Divo, there was the Three Tenors. The popular operatic singing group consisted of Luciano Pavarotti, Placido Domingo and Jose Carreras and … Continue reading


← Older posts