Cebu Pacific (PSE: CEB), the Philippines’ leading airline, is offering every Juan a more flexible and affordable travel experience with Go Hotels’ Go 24/7 package and Go 365 promo.
CEB travelers can avail themselves of exclusive hotel accommodations up to December 31, 2023, for as low as PHP 1,800 when they book at any Go Hotels property nationwide.
With Go 24/7, customers may check in at any time and enjoy a 24-hour stay at their chosen Go Hotels branch, perfect for travelers who make spontaneous plans for immediate local trips.
|Go Hotels||Standard Room Only Rate|
|Puerto Princesa||PHP 1,900|
|Ortigas Center||PHP 2,400|
|Manila Airport Road||PHP 2,100|
|North EDSA-Quezon City||PHP 1,600|
|Timog-Quezon City||PHP 1,600|
|Go Hotels Plus|
Meanwhile, with Go 365, customers who wish to book 15 days up to a year in advance can use the code “GO365” upon their reservation to enjoy 10% off on the Best Available Rate, providing travelers the opportunity to secure accommodations for future travels at a lower rate.
These offers are perfectly timed with CEB’s seat sale from November 16 to 25, 2023. For as low as PHP 199 one-way base fare (exclusive of fees and surcharges), CEB travelers may book flights to select local destinations and travel from November 16, 2023, to March 31, 2024.
Whether you’re looking to book a hotel in Tacloban for a short budget stay or in Davao for your upcoming beach adventure, a Go Hotels property is accessible to you.
Those who wish to avail themselves of the Go 24/7 package may do so through email, calls, or walk-ins. Guests may also book via the Go Hotels website at https://www.gohotels.ph/ to enjoy the flexible feature and use the Go 365 promo.
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