Go Hotels Iloilo ‘more than ready’ for tourists in Dinagyang comeback

Robinsons Hotels and Resorts Group Director of Sales and Marketing Joy De Mesa answers questions from the media during the roundtable discussion on Wednesday, Sept 21, 2022 at Go Hotels Iloilo in Iloilo City.

By John Noel E. Herrera

Go Hotels Iloilo is all set to welcome all the guests and tourists that will explore Iloilo City, especially with the comeback of the face-to-face celebration of the Dinagyang Festival in January 2023.

Iloilo City Mayor Jerry Treñas earlier announced the return of the physical celebration of all the street events for Dinagyang 2023 after these were temporarily halted for two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

And with the tagline #GoExploreMore, Go Hotels is ready to fulfill its promise for tourists to enjoy the city of love and make them fall in love with the city’s historical heritages, food, and culture, leaving them wanting more.

“In Go Hotels Iloilo, we want you to have the opportunity to learn about the culture and tradition in Iloilo. Go Hotels Iloilo is strategically located in the bustling streets of Iloilo and neighboring tourist attractions to create an experience of learning, having fun, and forging unforgettable moments,” Robinsons Hotels and Resorts Group Director of Sales and Marketing Joy De Mesa said.

The management also said that with Dinagyang’s return to the streets next year, the location of Go Hotels is perfect for tourists who want to watch the featured street dance competition, as most of their rooms are facing the streets of Iloilo City.

The hotel also provides “the most comfortable beds with 100 percent cotton sheets” while “all 167 rooms have chiropractic and hypoallergenic pillows, a safety deposit box, and Wi-Fi access.”

“We have always ensured that our Go Hotels brand is driven by convenience. We aim to give our guests the best without breaking the bank. This is why we value quality stays with unbeatable access to Iloilo’s best. We aim to continue this trajectory even into the new normal,” De Mesa added.

The hotel also has function rooms that can accommodate up to 130 guests that are ideal venues for business meetings, conferences, and other social events “as there is indeed a significant growth in Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibitions (MICE) sector in Iloilo City.

The management also presented a new and more convenient way to check in as they are going digital with the launch of their Robinsons Hotels and Resorts Mobile application.

De Mesa also explained that those who are concerned with the security features of the application should not worry as they have different verification procedures and measures for their customers to avoid security glitches during check-in and log-in processes.

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