New World Manila Bay Hotel bags 5-star rating from DOT anew

posted May 21, 2019 at 07:30 pm
New World Manila Bay Hotel has once again been conferred with the highest rating by the Department of Tourism for passing accreditation standards for accommodation, facilities and service.

New World Manila Bay Hotel bags 5-star rating from DOT anew

The hotel maintained its 5-star rating which, according to the agency’s National Accreditation Standards, is achieved by “properties that reflect the characteristics of luxury and sophistication. The facilities are world class in every manner and the meticulous service exceeds all guest expectations.”

“This recognition not only represents luxury and sophistication or outstanding facilities,” said New World Manila Bay Hotel’s general manager Mark Heywood.

“It defines the people who passionately work behind the scenes to create an exceptional experience for our guests. That what truly makes us a 5-star hotel,” Heywood added.

New World Manila Bay Hotel, inspired by seamless contemporary style, offers 376 well-appointed guest rooms and suites with residential features that boast of a spectacular panoramic view of the magnificent Manila Bay and an inviting cityscape.

It also provides six upscale dining scenes, each featuring a unique taste of the world from local to international cuisines.

Moreover, the hotel has a variety of ideal venues for social, corporate and business events with impressive banquet services and event concepts.

It promotes health and wellness with its modern fitness center and classes, spa services and treatments, and a 25-meter outdoor pool, whirlpool and children’s pool.

New World Manila Bay Hotel bags 5-star rating from DOT anew

New World Manila Bay Hotel has likewise been consistently ranked the number one hotel in Manila by travelers on TripAdvisor®, the world's largest travel site.

Topics: New World Manila Bay Hotel , Department of Tourism , Mark Heywood
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