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Go Hotels will open three new branches this year, bringing the total number of budget hotels in its network to 10.
Go Hotels sales and marketing Assistant Manager Adrian Ong said a branch in Ortigas Center, near Robinsons Galleria is set for opening in August, while the Butuan and Davao City hotels will start operations before the year ends.
The Tacloban branch, which was affected by typhoon Yolanda, is currently under repair. Mr. Ong said all 98 rooms of the hotel are scheduled to be opened by mid-May. In addition to repairs, Gohotel Tacloban was upgraded and will now feature bigger-sized TVs in each room.
Mr. Ong said compared with other budget hotels, Gohotels.ph provide more complimentary amenities, such as free use of towels, one-time use toiletries, 24-hour air-conditioning, cable TV and Wi-Fi in public areas. All hotels also have conference rooms that can cater to a maximum of 35 guests. Add-on services include transport, breakfast sets and toiletry kits for a minimum fee.