Seda: Home of Modern Travelers

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By Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com |

Travelers today visit Manila not only for leisure, but also, for business trips. Most guests that checks in the hotels are businessmen. Seda BGC is one of the most promising hotels today that are fit for modern travelers, especially businessmen.

Seda is a spanish term for “silk”, a shiny, lustrous yet strong fabric that represents the hotel’s commitment to providing a seamless accommodation experience. The hotel is the first wholly-owned and managed brand of Ayala Land Hotels and Resorts Corporation. Seda BGC’s facilities were designed by architect and interior designer Conrad Onglao , he maximized its location within the Ayala community such as the glass walls and “al fresco” seating of Misto restaurant which attract guests to explore numerous stores of Bonifacio High Street. Its reception area, lobby and Misto are a relaxing spot to just enjoy a cup of coffee while reading through e-mails.

Photo by: BGC Hotel Philippines

Group General Manager Andrea Mastellone noted, “We’ve realized that guests today like working in the lobby or restaurant instead of their rooms. The open layout maximizes the cozy ground floor space while allowing them to work, socialize with other guests, and dine or drink as they please.”

Guest rooms are designed maximum comfort, complemented by a long alcove seat below the window, doubling as a daybed or extra seating for visitors. Amenities provides utmost convenience including a wide-screen LED HDTV, mini-bar, in-room safe suited for a laptop, executive desk, and media panel with universal adaptor and USB/audio-visual connectivity. The hotel is truly a world-class Filipino hotel chain that promises the best hospitality experience.

Photo by:Seda BGC Hotel Philippines

With Seda’s numerous facilities and services such as swimming pool, gym, in-room dining, laundry and dry cleaning, airport and city transfers and function rooms, continue to highlight Filipino hospitality but international standards. “Filipino hospitality is a lot about embracing the value of taking care of others. By going beyond what is expected through a sincere desire to create memorable experiences at every moment that we interact with the customer, we are able to make a lasting impression on our guests”, Mastellone added.

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