AccorHotels has taken over the management of Joy~Nostalg Hotel & Suites Manila in partnership with Quantuvis Resources Corporation.
Located in Pasig City, the 230-room Joy~Nostalg Hotel & Suites Manila Managed by AccorHotels features One, Two- and Three-Bedroom suites with fully-equipped kitchenette and laundry area with washer and dryer.
Ideal for both short and long-term stays, the hotel and service residences offer a range of leisure facilities including a gym, an outdoor pool and spa.
Dining outlets include the Nostalgia Dining Lounge, which serves classic cross-continental cuisine with authentic Asian inspired dishes and Nostalgia Bar Lounge offering a range of cocktails, wine and finger foods.
For weddings, events and meetings, the hotel features two state-of-the-art ballrooms that can each accommodate up to 200 guests. The ballrooms can also be divided into that six meeting rooms for team-building sessions.
Jacinto Ng, Jr., Chairman of Quantuvis Resources Corporation, said, The partnership with AccorHotels will give us an opportunity to leverage on our strengths in creating service excellence with our combined unique brands of hospitality with the rebranding of Joy~Nostalg Hotel & Suites Manila Managed by AccorHotels.
The latest data from the Philippines Department of Tourism (DOT) showed visitor arrivals reached 5.47 million from January to October 2017, up 11.54% on the same period in 2016. As the country is expected to host more prestigious events such as the search for the worlds strongest man and the Ironman challenge with improved infrastructure development, visitor arrivals should exceed its 6.5 million arrivals target for 2018.
Pasig City has a number of historical spots. These include houses that were built during the 1880s such as the Bahay na Tisa, an antique house made of adobe and capiz shells, and also the Guanio Residence, also known as the Cuartel del Guardia Civil. Its business district, Ortigas Center boasts one of the finest shopping and food districts such as the well-known Kapitolyo, which features one of the best hole-in-the-wall restaurants in the metro.