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Largest hotel in Mindanao – Hotel 101-Davao – rising soon

Touted to be the largest hotel in the country's southern region, Hotel 101-Davao will rise in a 5,300-sq.m prime commercial corner lot located at Eco West Drive in the highly-urbanized Davao City.

It will have 519 hotel rooms, a commercial and retail strip, and facilities to cater to conventions and events.

The subsidiary of DoubleDragon Properties Corp has recently awarded the contract to build the hotel through a joint venture project with Davao-based W2JP2 Corp.

DoubleDragon officers Edgar Injap Sia II and Ferdinand Sia with Christopher King of CK Builders Corp and W2JP2 Corp officers Lorenzo Jun Te and Sammy Uy
Earlier, the Hotel 101 Group kicked off 2018 with an appreciation party for their top accounts, corporate bookers, and partners at the poolside of Hotel 101-Manila near the Mall of Asia Complex in Pasay City.

Hotel 101 Group’s top 5 accounts from Injap Tower Hotel Iloilo were flown to Manila to be recognized in the evening’s program, together with top accounts from Jinjiang Inn-Ortigas, Jinjiang Inn-Makati, and Hotel 101-Manila.

“DoubleDragon, our parent company which is known for its aggressive vision in any industry it ventures, extends a similar attitude towards the hospitality sector,” Group General Manager Lei Apostol said.

“Soon we will have a Hotel 101 at the Fort and in Davao, a Jinjiang Inn in Bohol, and an additional Jinjiang Inn in Boracay, and other hotels in key cities and destinations in the Philippines,” she added.

 

Topics: DoubleDragon Properties Corp , Hotel 101-Davao
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