Go Hotels Plus Mandaluyong refurbished

Robinsons Hotels and Resorts (RHR) said it expects a 60%-70% occupancy rate for Go Hotels Plus Mandaluyong’s pilot year following its refurbishment, according to a report by BusinessWorld.

Go Hotels Mandaluyong, which opened in 2010, was highlighted by the company as a significant contributor to the expansion of the budget hotel chain nationwide.

The hotel’s “no-frills” concept played a crucial role in establishing a distinct identity for the brand, the company said in a statement last week.

The hotel offers 222 deluxe and disability-friendly rooms, featuring queen-size or twin beds.

Located in Robinsons Cybergate Plaza EDSA in Mandaluyong, the hotel is situated near Ninoy Aquino International Airport and within walking distance of Manila Metro Rail Transit System 3 Boni Station and EDSA carousel.

“The newly launched Go Hotels Plus Mandaluyong has been receiving rave reviews from our guests. This has already translated into revenue growth for the hotel and is expected to further increase throughout the year,” RHR Senior Vice-President and Business General Manager Barun Jolly said in an e-mailed statement. 

“We forecast 2024 to be a strong year with revenue numbers well above 2019 and this growth is seen across our portfolio of 30 hotels,” he added.

As the hotel upgraded its brand, changes were seen in the modern design and amenities such as a hair dryer, dental kits, and hygiene kits being readily available.

In addition to the existing deluxe twin and queen rooms, a new room category with bunk beds for sharing is not offered for budget-conscious groups.

The lobby, now bigger and equipped with WiFi connection, serves as a recreational and working area.

According to Mr. Jolly, there will be an increase in pricing due to the added feature but still affordable.

RHR reintroduced Go Hotels Plus in 2022, as the economy and the leisure sector were recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic. The first Go Hotels Plus was opened in Tuguegarao, followed by the opening of the second Go Hotels in Naga, South Luzon.

The total portfolio of the budget hotel chain, including Go Hotels and Go Hotels Plus combined, comprises 17 properties nationwide, including four franchised hotels under the Roxaco group.


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