Best Western has created what it is describing
as a “super hotel” – merging three existing Best Western hotels in
Manila into one all-encompassing destination.
Located in the modern Makati business and
entertainment district of the city, the new Best Western Plus
Antel Hotel, the first Best Western Plus property in the
Philippines, is the result of a merger between three of the
company’s Manila properties; Best Western Antel Spa Suites, Best
Western The A. Venue Suites and Best Western Plus Serenity Suites.
“Our three hotels in Makati City already had
gained an excellent reputation and a strong following with both
domestic and international visitors,” said Glenn de Souza, Best
Western International’s Vice President International Operations –
Asia & the Middle East. “Combining the three
hotels, however, will enable us to offer an increased range of
facilities and amenities to our guests, and to achieve significant
operational synergies. This, in turn, will enable us to better
focus our resources and offer the best possible experience to our
The new Best
Western Plus Antel Hotel will offer a total of 210 rooms, all of
which are non-smoking and open onto balconies.
A range of upscale
in-room amenities includes kitchenettes with refrigerators and
microwaves, as well as work desks and complimentary in-room
The expanded hotel also offers a
broad selection of guest facilities, including 8 function rooms, 3
lobby lounges, 2 restaurants, 2 swimming pools, 2 fitness centers,
spa, games room, and a children’s playground.
Best Western Plus Antel Hotel also
features a ballroom and meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 120
delegates, backed up by a range of services such as wedding
planning, equipment rental, secretarial services and, of course,
free internet connectivity in all areas of the hotel.
Following the merger of the three Makati City
hotels, Best Western International now offers five distinct
properties in the Philippines, offering close to 700 rooms and
suites across four destinations.
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