Park Inn by Radisson Clark’s new 100-room South Wing

Business travelers at the Clark Freeport and Special Economic Zone can now find a classy and comfy refuge at Park Inn by Radisson Clark, with the recent opening of its new 100-room South Wing.

Situated at the SM City Clark complex, the hotel’s new building has 95 superior rooms with comfortable beddings, working desks, mini-bars, sensor-activated air conditioning, in-room technology such as IPTVs, bedside USB ports, and Wi-Fi.

It also has five well-appointed one-bedroom suites with Nespresso machines, spacious sala and receiving area, and a toilet with bathtub.

The feel-good brand of the US-based Radisson Hotel Group, Park Inn caters to business travelers and guests in Asia Pacific with its laid-back charm and vibrant contemporary comfort.

Classified as a multiple-use accommodation, the boutique hotel is currently accepting business travelers at the moment, and will soon welcome leisure visitors once given the go signal by the Department of Tourism (DOT).

Guests can bask in the outdoor pool and pump iron or do cardio exercises at the fitness gym in between their WFH (work from hotel) mode.

The hotel also has three meeting rooms for guests requiring a corporate setup.

Hues Restaurant

Hues Restaurant, a vibrant contemporary looking all-day dining outlet, offers Filipino and international favorites, as well as signature dishes from the country’s so-called “culinary capital,” including the sizzling sisig. It also serves a hearty internationally themed buffet breakfast to perk up the day of its business guests.

The restaurant is open to walk-in travelers or tourists who want to journey into Pampanga’s rich food culture.

Meanwhile, people on the move can grab and go at the Dash snack corner located at the lobby lounge.

According to Park Inn by Radisson Clark general manager Ann Olalo, the hotel’s expansion is an expression of the optimism of SM Hotels and Conventions Corp. (SMHCC) in the hospitality industry’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

She added that an SMX Convention Center will soon be completed and attached to the hotel to strengthen its position as a key player in Central Luzon’s tourism and Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions (MICE) sectors.

She noted that this development will further boost the region’s competitive edge, which is located just north of Metro Manila.

Suite Room

Park Inn’s existing 154-room North Wing will continue as a quarantine facility for overseas Filipino workers and returning overseas Filipinos, who will not be able to access public areas and facilities.

“We are privileged to host quarantining guests in recent months. The new South Wing will enhance our ability to operate as a multiple-use hotel, to house business travelers and returning Filipinos. With the slated opening of Clark International Airport’s new passenger terminals, our expansion will cater for rising demand in all sectors of the market,” Olalo concludes.

For a consummate business with leisure stay, the hotel can help arrange adventure and culture activities in Clark and Pampanga.

Opened in December 2015, Park Inn by Radisson Clark is a recipient of the Tripadvisor Travelers’ Choice Award for the fifth year in a row, and is certified by the SGS for its strict compliance to the universal Radisson Hotels Safety Protocol.