Megaworld Hotels & Resorts continues to receive consistent bookings for its Tagaytay and Boracay hotels as Twin Lakes Hotel near Tagaytay and Belmont Hotel Boracay are open to guests for leisure and staycations.

“We have been getting sustained bookings left and right for our staycation hotels in Tagaytay and Boracay. This is a good sign for the country’s tourism industry because we can still see that travel remains one of the things people are willing to spend on even during a pandemic,” said Cleofe Albiso, group general manager of Megaworld Hotels.

The other hotels only accept Filipino and foreign guests arriving from other countries who are required to complete the government-mandated quarantine days.

The company has assured the public that most of its hotel-based staff are now vaccinated.

The Department of Tourism has awarded the ‘Safety Seal’ certification to all 11 Megaworld Hotels & Resorts properties, indicating that they meet the minimum public health standards (MPHS), including the adoption and use of the application in all properties for the purpose of contact tracing.

Megaworld Hotels & Resorts currently operates around 4,000 rooms in key tourism destinations throughout the Philippines, making it the largest single operator of 100 percent Filipino-owned homegrown hotel brands in the country.

Moving forward, Megaworld will be adding more hotel properties in the next five years. These are in Boracay, Iloilo, Bacolod and Cebu in Visayas and inside the Entertainment City in Manila Bay area in Luzon.