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WANDERLUST | Blue Lotus Hotel holds relaunch 

Rooftop dining with sunset views of Mt Apo and Davao Gulf

BLUE Lotus Hotel, a homegrown hospitality brand, celebrated both its second anniversary and relaunch last January 5, Wednesday, at the hotel’s Sky View Bar.

The 133-room property along Quimpo Boulevard in Matina had its inauguration last January 2020, less than two months before the national government announced a lockdown to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus. 

Hotel manager Roxanne Dela Merced Pasibe

In spite of the challenges of the pandemic, Blue Lotus Hotel stayed open and welcomed local guests, and even offered their property as Multi-Use Hotel during this pandemic. 

“Today, in our second year, it is with great pride to see our company growing, embracing a good value system, and achieving more than what we have ever thought of,” said hotel manager Roxanne Dela Merced – Pasibe during the program. 

Live band performance during the relaunch and on weekends

Blue Lotus Hotel boasts of two F&B, Laut Palace, which serves flavorful Chinese and Asian cuisines, and the Sky View Bar.

They also have eight function rooms and a ballroom, which is perfect for MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions), along with wellness facilities, a fitness center, and a swimming pool.

The hotel’s cozy lobby

“To keep our clients excited, we currently having a room promo at PhP2, 888 net per night (down from PhP6, 800) and weekend buffet (Friday and Saturday) at the Sky View Restaurant, which is getting quite a buzz, for only PhP588 net per person,” Pasibe added. 

Pasibe (left) with sales and marketing manager Elvie Buquiron, guests Marilou Ampuan, Maya Padillo, this writer and Gatchi Gatchalian

The Sky Bar is currently the only rooftop venue in the city that affords diners a panoramic view of Davao Gulf, Samal Island, and Mount Apo while dining and enjoying live band music on weekends.




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