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Associate Recommendations: Jordan

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  What would you recommend? Guests ask us this question all the time! We thought we’d hit up our Associates and get their personal recommendations on all that the Pan Pacific has to offer and how to make the most … Continue reading


Eastside 10K: Pan Pacific Team (and a Personal Best!)

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This past weekend, three Pan Pacific Associates participated in the Under Armour Eastside 10K, a run through East Vancouver. Beginning in Gastown, just a few minutes from the hotel, our Associates proudly finished the race, with Michelle even beating her personal best … Continue reading


GranFondo 2017: Meet the Pan Pacific Team!

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The RBC GranFondo Whistler is back for its eighth year this Saturday, September 9, with routes from Vancouver to Whistler ranging from 55 to 152 km. Starting from Brockton Point in Stanley Park at sunrise tomorrow, this scenic cycle will … Continue reading


Crafted at Coal Harbour Bar: The Smokeshow, Inspired by Stanley Park

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Each night, at exactly 9:00 pm, a 12 pounder muzzle-loaded naval cannon located on the Stanley Park seawall just southwest of Brockton Point lets off a large boom to mark the time. The gun was originally installed to warn fishermen … Continue reading


Let Us Entertain You – September 2017 Edition

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Summery September nights, tasty bites and great music: combined with million dollar views of the harbour and Cascade mountains, you’re in for an unforgettable evening at Oceans 999 and Coal Harbour Bar. We’ll save you a table! Click here for the September entertainment … Continue reading


Spot the Cruise Ships – September 2017 Edition

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The great thing about being situated at Canada Place is welcoming all the visiting cruise ships to Vancouver! Being a port city, we’re fortunate to be ambassadors for visitors from all over the world. Summer is still sticking around in … Continue reading


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