Starwood to enter the Philippines

Starwood Hotels & Resorts will make its Philippines debut with a roll-out of openings kicking off in 2016.

Starwood to enter the Philippines
Starwood to enter the Philippines

The hotel giant will open The Westin Manila Bayshore and Sheraton Manila Hotel – part of two separate Resorts World Integrated Entertainment Complexes in Manila – in mid-2016 and early 2017.

Starwood currently operates more than 230 hotels in Asia Pacific with plans to reach 400 operating hotels in the region by 2016.

"We are thrilled to enter the vibrant, booming market in the Philippines, and believe there is ample demand for the Westin brand’s signature programs and amenities, as well as the Sheraton brand’s unique blend of hospitality, connectivity and comfort," said Chuck Abbott, regional vice president, Southeast Asia, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide.

"Resorts World Bayshore and Resorts World Manila are expected to be among the region’s preeminent entertainment destinations, and Starwood is pleased to have been selected by their respective owners to provide world class brands and services to visitors and guests."

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