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Take A Peek Inside the New Savoy Hotel Manila

The hotel is the fifth located in Andrew Tan-owned Newport City

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Photography: Savoy Hotel Manila

Megaworld Corp. is opening its latest hotel in Newport City in Pasay City this month. Savoy Hotel Manila is the fifth hotel in the sprawling 25-hectare property just across from Terminal 3 of Ninoy Aquino International Airport.

The 684-room hotel is part of the three Savoy-branded properties that Megaworld is building in Manila, Cebu and Boracay. The Andrew Tan-led property development company said it is spending Php5 billion for the three hotels.

Savoy Hotel Boracay opened in 2017 but is currently closed following the government’s shutdown of Boracay Island last April.  The company is also targeting to open a Savoy Hotel in Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu later this year.

Savoy Hotel is a homegrown hotel brand targeting millennial business and leisure travelers. The Manila property is scheduled to formally open on June 28, 2018. The four existing hotels in Newport City include Marriott Hotel Manila, Maxims Hotel, Remington Hotel (soon to be rebranded as Holiday Inn Express) and Belmont Hotel.

Two other international hotel chains are under construction and are expected to open within Newport City soon: Hilton Hotel Manila and Sheraton Hotel Manila. Entrepreneur Philippines was one of only two media outlets given an exclusive first look into Savoy Hotel Manila before it opens its doors to guests. Check out some of the exclusive photos below:

The hotel lobby. Savoy Hotel Manila is the fifth hotel to open in the 25-hectare Newport City.


Zabana Bar, located in the lobby, is named after a new rum drink from Tan’s Emperador Inc.

Savoy Hotel Manila has 11 floors. At floors two, four, six, and 10 are designated co-working spaces called “Squares” where guests can spend time working or spending time with colleagues, family or friends


The hotel has a fully equipped gym.

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The open-air pool area also has an events space, shower rooms, sauna and a view of busy streets below.

There is an elevated space overlooking the pool ideal for small functions and events.

 

The hotel uses glass instead of plastic bottles for its complimentary water for guests.


The hotel has four room categories. The first one, called Essential, measures from 21 to 27sqm.


The Runway has views of the airport and measures 35sqm.


The Space is a suite measuring 49sqm.


At 53.30sqm, The Deck is the biggest room category.


Savoy Cafe is the hotel's all-day dining outlet.


 

 

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Paul John Caña is the managing editor of Entrepreneur PH

 

This story originally appeared on Entrepreneur.com.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Realliving.com.ph editors.

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