Seda Nuvali expands to a resort-like setting



The Manila Times

Public Square

FROM a boutique hotel to a 356room resort-like property, Seda Nuvali recently unveiled its new tower where the guest experience can now also include more hours in the bigger child-friendly swimming pools and the pool bar. The children’s playroom, game room, and even the gym has likewise been expanded and updated with new learning centers, gadgets and exercise machines. Through the upgraded Skyway, South Luzon Expressway, and CaviteLaguna Expressway, families and friends seeking a respite from crowded Metro Manila can be in Laguna’s premier lifestyle destination in less than one hour for a quick staycation, to celebrate events like weddings and corporate milestones, or engage in team-building activities. The Narra Ballroom was designed to accommodate up to 400 guests and even allow cocktails and exhibits in a new pre-event area when it opens in the 2nd quarter of the year. “Nuvali lakeside activities remain an option for guests seeking calming water views for wedding ceremonies and other group activities,” Melissa Carlos, senior group director of sales and marketing, assured. The core of the Seda Nuvali experience, however, is the hotel’s 356 contemporary guest rooms and suites now spread out over two towers. General manager Armand Angeles emphasizes the addition of four types of suites — the Suite, Executive Suite, Family Suite and soon — the Seda Suite. But Angeles disclosed that the suites are also highly popular with the business travelers that occupy the hotel during weekdays. He adds, “We have the best of both worlds — guests seeking leisure time over the weekend as well as travelers on business mostly on weekdays.”