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‘Ivy’ league hotel for modern travelers

/ 02:25 AM September 28, 2019

The hotel’s well-appointed rooms and amenities offer a respite for practical but discerning travelers.

There’s no doubt that it’s more fun in the Philippines.

The steady growth in domestic and international tourists alone could very well attest to the rising prominence of the Philippines as a travel destination. Such that, even with the 6-month closure of Boracay, the influx of tourists continued, setting their sights in other equally worthy destinations like Puerto Princesa. This coastal city located in Palawan is home to the 8th wonder of the world that is the Subterranean National River Park.

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As more tourists take stock of the many stunning destinations that the Philippines can offer, demand for accommodation has significantly risen over the last decade, prompting many local property developers and international hotel brands to aggressively ramp up their respective plans to put up more hotels across key locations including Palawan.

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Ideal destination

In the heart of Puerto Princesa, one can find a modern mid-scale hotel that provides a home away from home for business and leisure travelers.

The Ivywall Hotel, operated by Best Western Plus, is a five-storey hotel that has 120 well appointed guest rooms, featuring contemporary Filipino design. It offers guests a relaxing, exquisite stay, given its wide range of amenities, dining options, and wellness choices. Connectivity for business travelers will also not be an issue given the hotel’s fast, reliable WiFi.

The Ivywall Hotel serves as an ideal location for destination weddings as well, with the exceptionally stunning vistas providing the perfect backdrop and reasonable packages for receptions. The hotel further offers an ideal venue for meetings, conferences and exhibitions given its spacious function rooms.

New player

Although The Ivywall Hotel is still a relatively new player in the hotel industry, it prides itself with the knowledge and expertise to create such structures. The hotel is backed by DataLand, whose parent company—the Quadruple ‘A’-rated DDT Konstract Inc. (DDTKI)—offers a solid, reputable background in construction.

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Through The Ivywall Hotel, DataLand is riding on the wave of tourism growth and rising demand for resort hotels, where it hopes to make a mark.

DataLand’s goal is to provide developments that are affordable and of high-quality by ensuring that each project strictly adheres to the Five Ds: Desirable location; Delightful amenities to provide customers an enriching, holistic lifestyle; Deal is Real as it makes use of high quality materials and display exceptional workmanship; a Dedicated property management team that ensures quality living while preserving the value of investment; and the DataLand Seal of Quality, which ensures that every structure is built to last.

DataLand’s portfolio of projects include The Silk Residences, a residential condominium project in Sta. Mesa, Manila; The Olive Place, also a residential high-rise located along Shaw, Mandaluyong City; The Miren Enclaves in Puerto Princesa; and the DDT Sky Tower, a 60-storey office building tower along Edsa cor. Mother Ignacia St. The DDT Sky Tower is DataLand’s first foray into office space development.

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