SM Hotels and Conventions Corp. (SMHCC) has transformed its Radisson Hotel Group (RHG) properties to adapt to the needs of the hospitality industry amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
SMHCC is thus proud to present its brainchild In Residence. Peggy E. Angeles, SMHCC executive vice president says, “Fully conceptualized by SMHCC, In Residence is a highly customized innovation in long-term hotel accommodation. It effectively fills in the dynamic needs of guests looking for well-appointed spaces with the conveniences and perks associated with hotel living, vis-à-vis usual rentals that do not enjoy these unique benefits such as worry-free housekeeping, complimentary parking, unlimited high speed internet access and utilities.”
Properties encompassing In Residence span Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. They have been tactically developed within multi-purpose communities that enable easy access to retail outlets and malls, notable sites, essential facilities like hospitals, and major thoroughfares, further rounding out a fully integrated masterplan where these properties are located.
Room rates for In Residence start at P1,100 per night, inclusive of tax and service charge, and additional perks for a minimum stay of 30 continuous nights at these participating RHG hotels: Park Inn by Radisson North EDSA, Park Inn by Radisson Iloilo, Park Inn by Radisson Davao, and Radisson Blu Cebu.
The transformation of usual accommodations into sustained restful and comfortable living sanctuaries fully exhibit SMHCC’s ability to implement valuable operations models that spur additional sources of business.
“As a cornerstone in the industry, our company continues to serve as a catalyst to nationwide growth and development through creative solutions that respond to the market’s evolving needs,” Angeles adds.
The Filipino brand of warmth and hospitality is an integral element within the bedrock of SMHCC’s vision and mission. SMHCC is driven by the passion to constantly reshape the way it operates and manages its properties, resulting from its robust presence, far-reaching influence, and an innovative culture of resilience.
This article was first published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer’s Tours, Leisure & Chow (TLC) section.