The phrase “Back to regular programming” could not be more appropriate for Go Hotels. After serving as a quarantine hotel, Go Hotels has now returned to its pre-pandemic regular operations.
Go Hotels assures the public that, since coming back as a regular hotel in early 2022, it undertook strict standard measures in its shift from quarantine hotel to regular hotel as prescribed by the Philippine government protocols through the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) to manage emerging infectious diseases and the Department of Tourism (DOT) to transition to regular operations.
The entire hotel property observed the required disinfection and established new standard protocol reminders. Just for this transition, for example, Go Hotels’ Timog Avenue property was closed for seven days for its decontamination and sanitation procedures.
Proof of its commitment and assurance of a worry-free stay experience is the brand’s Circle of Clean. It is the high standard of hygiene and cleanliness of the Robinsons Hotels and Resorts, which Go Hotels belongs to. Circle of Clean is based on the World Health Organization (WHO) and Department of Health’s (DOH) New Normal protocols.
Maria Clarissa Delos Ama, Go Hotels acting general manager, says, “We covered the preparation of our team, ensuring that they are healthy mentally, physically, and financially. Refresher sessions were conducted to align the team to what the new normal meant to Go Hotels’ core service standard of excellent service at affordable prices.”
Go Hotels is leaving no stone unturned. “Our social distancing policy is still in place,” says Jon Marc Salvador, Go Hotels operations manager. “Our employees are fully vaccinated and boosted. The standard requirements for guests such as vaccination cards, tests, temperature checks, among others are still practiced.”
This is indeed reassuring news to people who want to normalize their hotel stays again. All throughout the pandemic until its current normal operations, Go Hotels has maintained its commitment to high quality. Delos Ama adds, “Our team focuses on our guests, the essential part of the equation. We remain dedicated to providing efficient service at the most competitive prices.”
Location remains a strength of Go Hotels Timog. Guests who limit their exposure and travel time appreciate the hotel’s accessibility to commercial establishments, business offices, and social areas as evidenced by the bars and restaurants nearby. There are more reasons why Go Hotels is the preferred hotel of leisure travelers, backpackers, online travel agencies, corporate entities, and walk-in bar-hoppers.
“We ensure that we are committed to giving our guests a unique hotel experience. You will be able to find Go Hotels everywhere [as they are] strategically located,” Salvador says.
Delos Ama agrees, “Go Hotels provides a safe stay and our vicinity offers the fun! The signature attributes of Go Hotels extend to the quality of our rooms. We are extremely proud of our beds and service standards. It is all really convenience on hand.”
Meanwhile, all the Go Hotels are exploring everything to jumpstart the tourism industry, she says. “We are focused on bringing back the guests’ confidence to travel again. We will continue to explore how to do that in creative ways not limited to offering special rates.”
“Go Hotels is an essential value-based hotel. We are offering good prices while being able to provide basic guest needs,” states Salvador.
There are currently seven Go Hotels within Metro Manila. Four of them are owned by Roxaco Asia Hospitality Corp. (RAHC): Timog Avenue, Quezon City; Ermita, Manila; Manila Airport Road, Paranaque City; and North EDSA, Quezon City. Roxaco Asia Hospitality-Go Hotels is managed by the Anya Hospitality Group.
Go Hotels is truly the best choice for travelers looking for value-for-money accommodations. It offers the best chiropractic Windsor beds, made of non-allergenic materials. In the room are hot and cold rain showers, cable television, and free Wi-Fi. The hotels have security measures in place and are located near establishments and transport hubs.
Both Delos Ama and Salvador agree that people’s resilience during the pandemic was a lesson worth bringing to their present operations. Indeed, the adaptability to change is crucial to what is now the new normal. For RAHC Go Hotels, it is letting people know that in these uncertain times, it remains a constant. The pandemic tried and tested Go Hotels, and now it comes back stronger and more determined to deliver.
For inquiries and bookings, call Go Hotels at (+63) 917-8620847 or (+63) 917-8285939 or email at [email protected] or [email protected] You may also visit their website at www.gohotelsmanila.ph/www.gohotels.ph.