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Worldhotels partners with Bai Hotel Cebu

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

NESTLED along the bayside of Mandaue City, Bai Hotel Cebu is set to become one of the city’s largest and most contemporary properties, offering both corporate and leisure sojourns, and is conveniently situated a mere 25-minute drive away from the Mactan-Cebu International Airport.

Bai Hotel Cebu is a 668-room property that presents all guests with an understatedly modern and hassle-free stay. The hotel is equipped with guest rooms that face either the harbor or the hills overlooking the city, and offers guests five different epicurean dining options, including authentic Japanese cuisine and the most prime of cuts at its steakhouse. Coupled with the latest technology in meetings and conferences facilities, the hotel is an ideal venue for both business and leisure travelers alike.

Worldhotels and Bai Hotel Cebu cemented their partnership at an official signing ceremony on April 9. In attendance during the intimate ceremony were Roland Jegge, the executive vice president of Worldhotels Asia-Pacific, Angelli Suzanne Lua-Domingo, the owner and president of the hotel, her husband Nilo Domingo and Alfred Reyes, Bai Hotel Cebu’s general manager and vice president of operations.

“Cebu is becoming an increasingly popular destination within the Asia-Pacific region and we are delighted to be offering guests with novel hotel stay experiences in brand new Worldhotels locales,” said Jegge. “This exciting venture is a significant step towards further expanding the Worldhotels brand in key leisure and business locations found worldwide.”

Bai Hotel Cebu will be open for bookings by early 2017. (PR)

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on July 21, 2016.

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