Thursday, February 25, 2016

Meranti Hotel Tour





How would you like to see and experienced of  having to stay and dined with a Hotel that is governed by one the most famous food chain in the Philippines . Its The Meranti Hotel and it is the first hotel put up by Max's Group Inc.



Location:
The Meranti Hotel is located in Scout Castor in Barangay Laging Handa, Quezon City. The area is both commercial and residential so you get the best of both worlds from occasionally quiet streets to bustling roads filled with restaurants, the very first Max’s Restaurant included.



Style & Service:
The word “Meranti” is of Malay origin and roughly translates to mahogany, and such, the whole aesthetic of Meranti Hotel is of wood and nature. Designer Budji Layug and architect Royal Pineda worked on the architecture and interior design of the hotel using trees as inspiration. The moment you enter the hotel, you can see the lush earth tone colors from the chandeliers to the comfortable couches you sit on while waiting to be checked in. The staff’s beige/tan uniforms also follow suit as well as their wooden name tags. Even the hotel’s logo, which resembles a heartbeat, is called the “rhythm of nature.”

The hotel staff is courteous and provides personal service from serving up drinks while you check in to asking you how you like your eggs during breakfast.

Other services they hope to provide by the time of their grand opening (April 2016) include babysitting and pabili service (where you can ask the staff to buy food or groceries from nearby shops as long as they can be carried by one person).


Facilities:





There are spacious facilities that are ready like the conference hall that would fit in till 50 people capacity which is on  the roof deck which has its infinity pool. You will get a stunning view of the city and a nice place to relax outside of your room. Their infinity pool is also special because the water is salt treated instead of chlorine treated. You don’t get that chemical smell after and it has a refreshing feel post swim.

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