Filipino-owned Go Hotels opens new branches in Metro Manila
Go Hotels, the first Filipino home-grown value essential service hotel chain in the country, has opened four more branches to cater to smart travelers in search for affordable yet comfortable accommodations.
The four new branches: Cubao-Quezon City, Ermita-Manila, Manila Airport Road in Paranaque, and North Edsa-Quezon City, are all strategically-located near prime destinations and with easy access for guests.
“Metro Manila has an energetic spirit; it’s home to some of the country’s business districts and important landmarks,” said Go Hotels general manager Elizabeth D. Gregorio. “We plan to open more branches in the metro with the emergence and increasing number of smart travellers—local and international.”
Cubao: The Precinct of Manila’s Underground Scene
Cubao is an urbanite’s delight. Who is not familiar with the famed Araneta Center? Its streets are packed with entertainment of different sorts—shopping, nightlife, flea markets, food hubs—all catering to various tastes and demands of urbanites. At the heart of Cubao sits Araneta Coliseum or the Big Dome, the countries and one of Asia’s most historic indoor arenas where people witness once-in-a-lifetime events from top local and international acts.
Experience the vibrant spirit of Manila’s underground scene in Cubao Expo, where the city’s well-kept secrets like cool bars, unique vinyl stores, quality thrift shops and cheap eats thrive. If you want to buy items for your vintage collection or maybe just browse through the treasures of the past, head to Vinyl Dump Thrift Store where racks upon racks of records await Vinyl enthusiasts.
After a long day of exploring this vibrant place, stay at the newly-opened Go Hotels along Aurora Boulevard. Whether you’re here for business or leisure, Go Hotels’ Windsor beds are comfortable enough to relax you. Maximize your staycation while watching your favorite show at their 32-inch LCD TV. Book your stay here.