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Marriott International’s most global brand enters The Philippines market with opening of Sheraton Manila

Author: Theodore Koumelis / Date: Fri, 01/18/2019 - 02:10

Located at the forefront of the world-class integrated complex, Resorts World Manila, the hotel is the first landmark seen upon arrival at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3.

Manila, The Philippines – Marriott International continues to expand its portfolio in the Philippines with the opening of the new Sheraton hotel in Manila. The new Sheraton hotel is set to provide a warmly authentic welcome and become the point of connection for travelers to the dynamic Philippine capital.

“With a presence in over 72 countries and regions, Sheraton is an exciting addition to the fast-growing hospitality scene in the Philippines,” said Mike Fulkerson, Vice President, Brand & Marketing Asia Pacific, Marriott International. “The brand is trusted and recognized by travelers globally and we are confident that the new Sheraton Manila will gather travelers together and connect like-minded people for business or leisure.”

Located at the forefront of the world-class integrated complex, Resorts World Manila, the hotel is the first landmark seen upon arrival at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3. Major roadways leading to Manila’s top business and cultural sites are just a few steps away. This strategic location allows sweeping views of endless city horizons in a resort-like oasis where guests experience seamless convenience and comfort.

The 390-room Sheraton Manila offers a wide choice of accommodations, including two-level lofts ideal for multigeneration travel and larger groups along with deluxe guestrooms with private gardens and jacuzzi for a premium getaway. Each guestroom and suite feature the renowned Sheraton Signature Sleep Experience, with interiors that draws inspiration from Filipino art and design through its use of local materials and artworks from different regions of the Philippine archipelago.

Global and local flavors are highlighted in S Kitchen, the all-day dining and buffet restaurant. Korean barbecue dining restaurant Oori offers high-end Korean cuisine as well as a more casual pub menu. Premium wines, local craft beers and quick bites are available in The Lounge.

The multi-faceted leisure facilities will inspire guests to explore beyond their rooms, including the 24-hour SheratonÒ Fitness; Shine Spa with six relaxing treatment rooms and an extensive spa menu to pamper and soothe stress away; a Kids Club offering educational programs and a SheratonÒ Club executive lounge. There’s also an expansive heated outdoor pool, as well as a children’s pool and jacuzzi for guests of all ages to enjoy.

The Sheraton Manila will cater to today’s business travelers by being the first in the country to have a co-working space located in a hotel. The ColLab will be a modern hi-tech hub featuring six private rooms and an expansive 415 square meter common area. It is designed to be a conducive venue for product launches, networking events and other creative gatherings. This is in addition to nine other meeting spaces, including a ballroom that can accommodate up to 570 people.

“It is our commitment to convey that authentic and heartfelt Filipino hospitality to our guests through our amenities, cuisine and services,” said Anna Vergara, General Manager of Sheraton Manila Hotel. “Our vision is to be the preferred place for people to gather as they indulge in experiences in the hotel. Being located in close proximity to the international airport, we will be their home, connecting travelers to the rest of Manila.”


Theodore Koumelis

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Theodore is the Co-Founder and Managing Editor of TravelDailyNews Media Network; his responsibilities include business development and planning for TravelDailyNews long-term opportunities.