Hop Inn Hotel Ermita Now open for Business, Targets Business and Leisure Markets on a Tight Budget
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Thailand-based Hop Inn Hotel officially introduced its outlet along Ermita, Manila late last year in an aim to offer high-quality accommodation for its leisure and business markets with limited funds.
Featuring 168 spacious, well-appointed rooms, Hop Inn Hotel Ermita offers local and foreign tourists both Thai expertise and Filipino hospitality.
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While Hop Inn Hotel Ermita falls under the economy travel class, this property was built to provide hassle-free and quality stays. It is because The Erawan Group PLC, which owns the hotel, has 35 years of experience in developing international five-star hotels, including JW Marriott, Grand Hyatt, and more. This means that vacationers should be expecting a good accommodation at reasonable prices.
What to Expect
Hop Inn Hotel Ermita provides you with rooms fitted with fundamental amenities to make certain that its guests will have a good night’s sleep after an exhausting trip.
The Erawan Group PLC’s President, Ms. Kamonwan Wipulakorn, said that the firm’s brand essence is for its rooms to be comfy, clean, convenient, and secure.
“We make sure that all our clients here and in our upcoming branches in the near future,” she said.
She went on to say that as opposed to other hotels, this new budget hotel surpasses the expectations of the visitors.
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The lobby of this mid-rise hotel in Ermita comes with lively colors, allowing its visitors to feel the warmth of the hotel. Hop Inn Hotel Ermita’s staff are respectful, well-trained, and helpful to make their stay definitely worth their money.
First Market Abroad
Wipulakorn said that the Philippines serves as the company’s very first market abroad since they began to venture into the economy categy. She said the company is aware that the island nation has “high potential for tourism in the long term.”
She revealed that there are excellent opportunities in this country based on the firm’s analysis and market research on the ground.
To help expand the Hop Inn network in Southeast Asia, the executive said that the company has allotted about 10 billion baht or around P12 billion. She notes that 30 percent of this budget will be allocated for the Philippines.
To date, the group operates 41 hotels or 6,000 rooms. In 2018, the group is looking to launch more hotels to make it 50 all in all that include two hotels in the Philippines: first is the Ermita property (which amounts P200 million) and the branch in Makati which is slated to open this coming September.
In the first months of next year, the company intends to inaugurate the hotels in Alabang, Muntinlupa and Aseana, Pasay City. It is also thinking about putting up branches of the Hop Inn brand in Chinatown, Quezon City, and Cubao in Metro Manila along with Davao and Cebu.
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The executive also said that the company is also thinking of investing in midscale or four-star category in the country.
“I hope that we bring a good quality product for the Philippine market and that we get a good response,” she said.
If you would like learn more details about Hop Inn Hotel Ermita, you may head to www.hopinnhotel.com or follow the hotel’s social media accounts: hopinnhotelph on Instagram and Twitter and facebook.com/hopinnhotelph