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Atrium

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Located in the heart of Singapore, Atrium is a modern-chic venue, featuring fabulous cocktails and tapas perfect for a business intimate meeting. It boast a dramatic 22 metre long bar that provides a stunning backdrop to the soaring ceilings and newly-redesigned space.

Daily: 08:00 - 02:00

+65 68268240
$45 based on 7 submissions
Chillout (5 votes), After Work (3 votes), Girls Night Out (3 votes)
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What can I say about the Atrium @ Pan Pac?

Good ambience - glossy floors and lights-embellished decor, complete with sensual hues of red and black. The booth seats are arranged like giant cups on a man-made, indoor moat / body of water.

The music is light and soothing, and the drinks are exotically flavorful. A good place to chillout and relax / unwind.

For more detailed information and photos, do visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2013/12/drinks-at-atrium-pan-pacific-hotel.html

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• 09 Feb 2014 • 436 reviews • 7 followers

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What can I say about the Atrium @ Pan Pac?

Good ambience - glossy floors and lights-embellished decor, complete with sensual hues of red and black. The booth seats are arranged like giant cups on a man-made, indoor moat / body of water.

The music is light and soothing, and the drinks are exotically flavorful. A good place to chillout and relax / unwind.

For more detailed information and photos, do visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2013/12/drinks-at-atrium-pan-pacific-hotel.html
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• 21 Jul 2012 • 137 reviews • 7 followers

Leisurely Afternoon Tea :)

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For pictures and reviews, pls visit:

http://madamechewy.wordpress.com/2012/07/20/afternoon-tea-at-the-atrium-pan-pacific-hotel/

Leisurely afternoon tea at The Atrium @ Pan Pacific Hotel with my MIL. I had a one for one coupon so I must make use of it even if I die.

I think to pay $28++ per pax for this is not value for money. Thanks to the coupon, I paid about $16.40 per pax after service charge and tax. Hohohohoho…

You can choose as many drinks as you like. Mocha and hot chocolate are not included though. Hot teas are served in a cup.

I had 4 cups of drinks: 1 darjeeling china white tea, 1 vanilla black tea and 2 cups of Jasmine green tea. MIL had 1 regular coffee, 1 cup of Camomile tea, 1 earl grey tea and 1 Jasmine green tea.

The vanilla black tea served with a cute sugar stick. The chamomile tea was served with a stick of honey, but I forgot to take a pic of it.

The drinks took some time to arrive so once my cup of tea was half full, I would request for the next cup.

The serving was very filling, the food quality above average.

The set includes:

Smoked salmon on French loaf. Tuna with mayonnaise. Beef pastrami sandwich, Chicken ham and cheese sandwich. Original and raisin scones with clotted cream and jam.

Cheesecake, petite apple crumble, petite strawberry tart, chocolate opera cake

My top 2 favorite sweets were the chocolate opera cake and the apple crumble tart.

Ambiance and service were good, but not great.

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• 15 Jun 2011 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Perfect place for a night out

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Visited The Atrium on a weekday night. The place is relatively quiet, with a couple of tables occupied by business men and foreigners. Having say that, I would vouch for the nice ambience and the warm service by the crew.

They make you feel at home, and serve drink and refill the snacks promptly. One of the staff by the name Tania (I think), even went to the extend of serving ice water without requesting when she see that we are a little high on alcohol.

It's these kind of little gesture that make one wanna visit the atrium in the near future.

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