The holidays are finally here!
From the colorful lights that adorn every home to Christmas songs blasting from just about every corner, and even the comforting smells of favorite holiday treats, the Christmas spirit has definitely begun to permeate the entire country. And although celebrations are still expected to look different this year, the true reason for the season –family–shines brighter than ever.
The Christmas season is usually replete with reunions and gatherings, and it is an especially meaningful time of the year for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) and the kababayans who are returning home after having sacrificed so much to provide for their families.
Robinsons Hotel and Resorts (RHR) believes that celebrations are brighter and more unforgettable when loved ones are together. As RHR's way of bringing families back into each other's loving arms, the hotel group has put together exclusive balikbayan offers tailor-made for OFWs.
Home For Christmas At Robinsons Hotel and Resorts
Robinsons Hotel and Resorts welcomes the holiday season with exclusive deals for returning OFWs.
Returning OFWs can come home and experience Go Hotel's distinct brand of warmth and hospitality. As one of the largest chain of essential value hotels in the country, guests can look forward to a safe and comfortable stay here.
With Go Hotels' Balikbayan promo, guests can enjoy an overnight stay at Go Hotels Otis-Manila and Ortigas Center for P2,000 net. This includes full-board meals (Halal-certified meals are available upon request).
The rooms are designed with comfort in mind, each furnished with the hotel's signature comfort bed outfitted with chiropractic and hypoallergenic pillows. Guests can be assured of a safe respite as the hotel adheres to the health and safety protocols set by the Department of Health (DOH) and World Health Organization (WHO).
Summit Hotels and Resorts
Summit Hotel aims to provide the best for hardworking returning OFWs. An oasis where they can expect a good service, from booking to check-out, and amenities designed to make every guest feel pampered. Experience a relaxing stay in ergonomically designed rooms outfitted with high-quality bed linens and duvets, hypoallergenic pillows, and spacious bathrooms with premium bath toiletries.
Summit Hotels offers an exclusive Balikbayan package at selected locations starting at P2,900 net. Returning OFWs can enjoy an overnight stay in a Deluxe room complete with three complimentary meals. Guests are also offered early check-in (subject to room availability).
Participating hotels include Summit Hotel Magnolia, Summit Galleria Cebu, and Summit Circle Cebu.
Safe Stays at Robinsons Hotel and Resorts
At Robinsons Hotel and Resorts, the guests' safety is the main priority.
To keep the promise of a safe and worry-free stay for returning OFW guests and their families, RHR strictly implements the Circle of Clean (COC) protocols. These protocols are modeled after the World Health Organization's hygiene and cleanliness standards, and the Department of Health's New Normal protocols. Aside from common precautions seen in almost every establishment today, the COC has extra safety measures including a seamless online check-in, luggage disinfection upon check-in and checkout, COC ambassadors stationed in common areas, and effective food handling hygiene.
For more information on RHR's Circle of Clean, click this link or this link.
The Robinsons Hotel and Resorts Balikbayan offer is a thank you to returning OFWs, and it comes with a promise to provide an unforgettable experience with exceptional customer service to every guest. The promo runs from October 31 to December 31, 2021. For bookings and other questions, call +63 919 071 3699, +63 917 326 2700, +63 977 103 1854, +63 917 888 7788, or +63 998 888 7788. Visit the website of Go Hotels or Summit Hotels and Resorts for direct bookings.
All OFW guests must present supporting documents including a passport or boarding pass, and a Bureau of Quarantine (BOQ) affidavit of undertaking upon check-in.
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