Hotel101-Cebu Mactan Airport is set to become the first Hotel101 project to adopt the new global version of its 21-sq.m. standardized signature HappyRoom.
The new Hotel101 global look has been designed for construction and operational efficiency, optimizing the use of modular furniture and fixtures, as well as the use of prefabricated bathrooms. Hotel101 is expected to become known as one of the most technologically advanced hotel chains across all parts of its value chain. The next version of the Hotel101 App is set to integrate the fully automated self-check-in system with IOT (internet of things) capability.
For its signature look, Hotel101 has chosen the banig – the traditional handwoven mat of the Philippines. The banig is where Filipino families would gather, form lasting bonds and shape memories. It symbolizes home, and that’s how they want you to feel when you are staying at Hotel101. The Hotel101 banig colors were carefully chosen to radiate happiness and intended to evoke a Filipino touch in all Hotel101 projects across different countries worldwide.
The Hotel101 signature modern banig was designed by AI (artificial intelligence) to symbolize that Hotel101 will always stay ahead of the curve in technological advances.
“Hotel101 Global has spent several months putting together the most ideal hotel room, we have meticulously gone over each and every detail of the new signature 1 SKU Hotel101 HappyRoom to ensure that it can become the most efficient hotel room to build and maintain, while fulfilling every essential need to delight the growing number of Hotel101 customers from various parts of the world.
If there is one hotel chain that can optimize the use of modern technology in the global hospitality space, we believe it will be Hotel101, given its pioneering standardized signature 21-sq.m. HappyRooms and asset-light concept globally.
Eventually, when you stay in any Hotel101, no matter what country you are in, for the first time you will know exactly what to expect,” said DoubleDragon Corp. and Hotel101 Global chairman Edgar Injap Sia II.