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Marco Polo extends Management Contract on Davao Hotel

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 After 10 years operating Davaos first international-standard hotel, Marco Polo Hotels has extended its management contract on the Marco Polo Davao for another 5 years.

 A signing ceremony was held on Wednesday in Hong Kong and attended by the senior management of Marco Polo Hotels and Halifax Davao Hotel, Limited, the owning company of the hotel.

Steve Kleinschmidt, President of Marco Polo Hotels, said, We have enjoyed a long and mutually beneficial relationship with the Marco Polo Davao since its opening 10 years ago. We are most pleased to be continuing our long-term relationship with our partners Halifax Davao Hotel, Limited.

Mr. Carlos Dominguez, President of Halifax Davao Hotel, Limited, added, We are delighted to be extending the management contract with Marco Polo Hotels. Based on the groups successful track record, we are confident that Marco Polos professional management team will continue to operate a profitable 5-star hotel offering a hospitality experience that is warm, efficient and distinctly Asian.

The Marco Polo Davao has 245 guest rooms and suites and is situated in southern Philippines in the heart of the citys business and commercial district.

Only 20 minutes drive from Davao International Airport, the hotel overlooks the Bay of Davao and is the tallest building in Davao, giving it a landmark status.

The hotel was named Marco Polos Hotel of the Year in 2008.

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