Mövenpick: Cebu's Ibiza Hotspot
Last week i flew out of Manila for a 3-day business trip to Cebu. One of the highlights of the trip was my visit to the newly renovated Mövenpick Resort and Spa (formerly Hilton Hotel) in the province of Lapu-Lapu.
Change is really essential if the primary endpoint is to improve. And in the case of Movenpick, the results were fantastic. I really liked the white interiors matched with the new color combination of aqua blue, yellow green, and brown which speaks - SUMMER!
The facade, once an area of limited space, has now big and inviting couches for guests who came from a tiring day tour. They could also lounge and enjoy a luxurious cup of coffee from the Victoria ArduinoVenus Bar, a chrome-plated scratchproof bodywork which is the center of attraction of Movenpick's reception area. As mentioned by the account manager who toured me during my visit, there are curruntly 2 units on hand - one is at the Vatican city, and one is owned by Movenpick.
The chefs at the Sails, the Mövenpick’s all-day dining restaurant (the restaurant flows into the main lobby and the al fresco area) is dedicated to serving the best food in town. Executive chef Johnny Rodriguez, prepares gastronomic delights with with robust flavors. He recently come from L’Ermitage Beverly Hills, a hotel frequented by Hollywood’s rich and famous.