A city icon towering above Pacific Place drips with old-world charm and offers spacious and luxurious accommodations with an Asian twist, along with fine dining and impeccable service. The Great Motherland of China, the world's largest Chinese silk painting, graces the glass atrium, and the misty mainland mountains are part of the backdrop viewed through the gleaming tower's floor-to-ceiling windows. World-class restaurants Petrus and Nadaman serve French and Japanese
cuisine respectively, and a delightful daily buffet is laid on at the humbler Too café. Business travelers can enjoy the Horizon Club, with free snacks, drinks, and evening champagne and cocktails.