Exceptional Services and Stunning Views of Manila Bay
Traders Hotel, Manila, recently renovated, offering exceptional services for business and leisure travelers. Managed by the Shangri-La Group, Traders Hotel, Manila has 312 elegantly furnished guestrooms and suites that are among the biggest in the Manila Bay area. In addition to superb sea views of the famous bay and Roxas Boulevard, each guestroom features modern comforts, including complimentary Wi-Fi and broadband Internet connections as well as Internet Protocol TV (IPTV).
Gordon Aeria, General Manager explains, “We genuinely care about our guests and really take it to heart if a guest is not completely satisfied. Traders Hotel, Manila is a four-star hotel that offers five-star service. Excellence is the only option for us.” Traders Hotel, Manila lives up to the high standards of the Shangri-La brand, including its most sought-after beds.
Ideal central location
Traders Hotel, Manila is strategically located near the Cultural Center of the Philippines, the Philippine International Convention Center, the World Trade Center, SMX Convention Center and the Makati Business District. Malate, the city’s premier entertainment district, is nearby, as well as the Southeast Asia’s biggest shopping mall, SM Mall of Asia. The hotel has two restaurants, Latitude as well as Kitsho Japanese Restaurant and Sake Bar, a cyber café, 24-hour room service, and the Lobby Lounge with nightly live entertainment.
Traders Hotel, Manila is helping to draw visitors to the area. “Our TLounge on the hotel’s 19th floor has a million-dollar view of Manila Bay’s famous sunsets,” Aeria says. Guests can experience the Traders Club rooms and suites that include access to the private lounge with special amenities including complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, cocktails and appetizers, a meeting room and private concierge.
Traders Hotel, Manila is working along with the government and local tourism organizations to help boost tourism to the Philippines. Aeria says, “We want to promote the Philippines as a destination. We are not just promoting Traders Hotel, Manila or Shangri-La; we want people to be aware of everything the Philippines has to offer. After all, it is more fun in the Philippines!”