Pan Pacific Perth partnership

Pan Pacific Perth has announced that it is the official accommodation venue for the largest Spartan Race ever staged on Australian soil.

For the first time ever from November 23 to 26 2017 Spartan Race Australia will be welcoming international competitors from all over the globe to Perth to compete over one of its most challenging obstacle courses yet.

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The APAC Trifecta Weekend is expected to be attended by over 3,000 Spartan racers from Australia, Asia and right around the world, who will come together to push themselves to their limits and overcome a series of demanding obstacles in a highly exciting and entertaining race.

As the official accommodation venue located just down the road, Pan Pacific Perth is the ideal ‘home base’ for race goers looking to take part in an amazing festival of racing and celebrations.

GM Pan Pacific Perth, John Kockan, said: “Perth is one of Australia’s most thriving and cosmopolitan cities, with a year-round sunny climate, making it the perfect venue for sporting and outdoor events. It’s fantastic that the Western Australian Government has secured the race for Perth this year, as it further strengthens what we know is Perth’s already world-class event offering. We’re thrilled to be the hotel of choice for the event and we have no doubt it will be enthusiastically embraced by locals and visitors alike.”

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