Hotel Okura Manila Set to Open By H2 in Resorts World Complex

Hotel Okura Manila will be the Japanese hotel group's first hotel to open in the Philippines.

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Hotel Okura Manila

Japanese hotel group Hotel Okura Co announced that Hotel Okura Manila will open in Manila, Philippines in the latter part of this year within the Resorts World Manila complex.

As a gateway to Makati City, a financial district in the Philippines, the hotel will offer easy access to Manila’s business and leisure centers.

Hotel Okura Manila will be a state-of-the-art resort destination distinguished by its sophisticated Okura-style hospitality. It will offer numerous dining options, including traditional Japanese, all-day dining and a bar. Guests will enjoy the comforts of spacious rooms, as well as a pool and fitness facility.

“As Hotel Okura’s first hotel to open in the Philippines, we will leverage the group’s expertise in traditional Japanese hospitality to make Hotel Okura Manila a much-beloved hotel among both local and foreign visitors,” said Toshihiro Ogita, president of Hotel Okura Co., Ltd.

“For the past five years, the Philippines has experienced high economic growth surpassing 6% per annum, and its tourism market is expected to achieve mid- to long-term growth,” Ogita added.

Hotel Okura Manila will be Hotel Okura’s second Manila property to be announced.

“Hotel Okura has worked closely with TIHGI, which has been a supportive and reliable partner,” Ogita commented. Hotel Okura is pursuing an ambitious plan to expand its global portfolio to 100 properties, primarily in the fast-growing Asian region.

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Eleven properties are in the pipeline, all due to open by 2020 under one of three hotel groups: Okura Hotels & Resorts, Nikko Hotels International, or Hotel JAL City. These properties will be managed by Okura Nikko Hotel Management Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Hotel Okura.

Hotel Okura aims to strengthen the bond with the promising markets including the Philippines. To remark its commitment, Hotel Okura has made a donation of 100,000 USD to the Philippine Red Cross for natural disaster recovery in 2013. – TravelNews.ph

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