Go Hotels opens its tenth branch, and its second in Mindanao, conveniently located within the new commercial hub in Davao City’s Lanang district. It is the biggest provincial branch of the Go Hotels chain.
Located within the Phoenix Complex along J.P. Laurel Ave., Go Hotels Lanang-Davao is the first project of the joint venture between Robinsons Land Corp. (RLC) and Udenna Development Corp. (UDEVCO), the company behind Phoenix Petroleum. It will be a multi-purpose complex with close proximity to various night-life options.
With 183 rooms spread throughout six guest room floors (from the 3rd up to the 8th), hotel guests can look forward to a comfortable stay in plush Windsor beds, fully air-conditioned rooms equipped with cable TV, safety deposit boxes, private bathrooms with hot and cold shower options, and complimentary Wi-Fi connection.
Similar to other branches all over the Philippines, the rooms (may they be the Twin, Queen, or those designated for PWDs) are standard in size, averaging at 18-sqm per room; an ample size when compared to same-category hotels with much smaller room spaces.
Go Hotels Lanang-Davao is near to both the seaport and airport, so it caters to a wide spectrum of demographics from businessmen to tourists, both local and regional; especially that airlines now ply routes around Southeast Asia with Davao as take-off point. Cebu Pacific now serves the Davao-Singapore route, flying directly to and from the Davao International Airport.
There are 242 weekly domestic and international one way flights going to Davao. Tourist attendance in Davao climbed to 1,874,587 for nine months in 2015, accounting for a 4.1 percent increase compared to the same period in the preceding year. Of that number, more than 90 percent is domestic in origin. Foreign tourist attendance also rose by 2 percent from that of 2014.
Davao City is not just known for its tourist destinations, like Samal Island beaches and Mt. Apo, but also as a thriving commercial center. The second level of the hotel is dedicated as a function facility that can accommodate a maximum of 200 persons, making it a perfect venue for business events and/or intimate social occasions. A banquet seating places ten covers in 20 tables. A pre-function area offers coffee and cocktails as part of its event facilities.
Go Hotel Lanang-Davao’s suitable location is conveniently located at the very gateway of Lanang district. The Phoenix Complex is one of the first few establishments that greets travelers upon entering Lanang; whether you get there through land, air, or water, being in close proximity to both air- and seaport.
Numerous dining options abound, most of which highlight Filipino cuisine that proffers the best from Davao. For instance, the Yellow Fin Seafood is one of the most sought-after restaurants in town. A trip to this food stop is a not-to-be-missed destination for every traveler and/or guest’s bucket list when in Lanang or anywhere in Davao.
All work and no play makes a dull day, so the adage says. Thus, guests can cap their long days of sightseeing with a glass or two of their favorite cocktails or beverages within the complex. The different watering holes have myriad options to quench every thirst or craving.
Online booking offers introductory rates at P388 + VAT, for stay dates starting October 1, 2016.
The brand opened its first Mindanao property in Butuan City. To date, Go Hotels Lanang-Davao brings the total room inventory of the Go Hotels chain to more than 1,400 (and counting). Go Hotels also has franchise hotels (in Quezon City and Paranaque) under a partnership venture with Roxaco Vanguard Hotels Corp.
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