THE SotoGrande Hotel Katipunan has reopened in Quezon City, according to Sta. Lucia Land, Inc.
“The reopening of SotoGrande Hotel Katipunan came at the most opportune time given the easing of alert levels, enabling guests to once again experience the luxury of having everything they need within easy reach. We see SotoGrande as Katipunan’s latest gem, providing guests not only the best views of the city but also a lifestyle centered on convenience and safety — something we all need in this new normal,” Sta. Lucia Land President Exequiel D. Robles said in a statement.
Tom B. Clemente III, general manager and chief operating officer of SotoGrande Hotel Katipunan, said the management is ensuring that top safety standards and health protocols will be followed at the hotel.
“Guests can feel secure with basic practices such as temperature check at the entrance and sanitation areas being made more accessible. The hotel staff themselves have been vaccinated against the coronavirus and follow physical distancing when interacting with guests,” Mr. Clemente said.
Located along Katipunan Avenue, the SotoGrande is near educational institutions, commercial establishments, leisure spots, and major thoroughfares such as EDSA, C5, Marcos Highway and Aurora Boulevard.
The 23-storey tower is designed by W.V Coscolluela & Associates.
A sky lounge and recreational bar can be found on the top floor, which boasts panoramic views of the city. It can also be used as an events venue.
The hotel also has a gym, Centro Fitness, that features an array of basic exercise and training equipment, lockers, open studio and steam room.
The SotoGrande Café and Restaurant serves classic Filipino dishes such as Kaldereta, Bangus Sisig and Sinigang, as well as American and Filipino breakfast selections.
“Whether you choose a standard room or a deluxe suite, all guests will get to experience hotel living at its finest here at SotoGrande but with a warmer, more cozy vibe — your ideal home away from home in the new normal,” Mr. Robles said.