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Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Grand times at Grand Seasons

Manila Bulletin

Vacations are always grand at the Grand Seasons Hotel. With an excellent location, superior rooms, convenient amenities and personalized service, the deluxe Grand Seasons Hotel promises to live up to its name.

Located just 20 minutes away from Subic Bay International Airport and within the business district of Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Grand Seasons Hotel is the ideal place to be. The duty-free shopping centers are nearby, and so is the bay itself for romantic bay cruises. The white sand beaches and the jungle trails are just a ride away for those family trips.

Grand Seasons Hotel is the ideal base for all recreational activities with its spacious, 155 elegantly furnished guest rooms spread out in four pavilions, each one named after a season of the year. Guests can have a choice from the standard, deluxe, junior suite and executive suite rooms. Each room has IDD telephone facility, safety deposit box, inhouse movies, cable and a mini-bar stocked with snacks and drinks.

Take a dip in the swimming pool or practice your putt in the putting green. Or just take a stroll around Grand Seasons Hotel’s lush tropical garden or a massage in your room. You can also roll out the dice at the casino and win the jackpot.

At the Four Seasons Restaurant, savor dimsum and other Cantonese dishes as well as Western dishes masterfully prepared by our Hong Kong chefs. Four Seasons Restaurant is open round the clock. Feng Huang Restaurant, on the other hand, is open from 11 a.m. for authentic Chinese hotpot cuisine or shabushabu.

Guests can avail of shuttle service to several points in Subic Bay, 24-hour medical service, and baby sitting services. The business travellers may also use the facilities of the business center. For inquiries, call 732-9888.


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