A blend of native and contemporary design features pervading at the lobby and front desk, Mango Park Hotel Corp is ideal for enjoying Cebu hospitality in a modern hotel context. The ubiquitous yellow hue or shade, especially on the hotel exterior is what creates a “mango ambiance” in the Hotel, aside from the fact that the avenue where the hotel is found is also known as Mango Avenue.
Located along General Maxilom Avenue in Cebu City, Mango Park Hotel Corp is dubbed as a boutique [or unexpectedly luxurious] hotel with its plain and simple 6-storey façade mingling quietly among other edifices in uptown Cebu. Opting for its 48-room accommodation lets you in on an experience of the nostalgic old-fashioned Cebu facilitated with modern hotel amenities.
To begin with, rooms at Mango Park Hotel Corp are featured with conservative Capiz shell lamps, some antique-like furnishings, and intricately designed wooden cabinets that take you back to the distant archaic past of the city. Yet, rooms and amenities are also marked with up-to-date room features, facilities, and furnishings.
There are 3 room types offered: the Standard, Deluxe, and Suites. They are all air-conditioned, equipped with fine beds and comfort accessories, and modern toilet and bath facilities also go with the rooms. Some have either wall or desk mounted cable TV and a fridge. All rooms have coffee and tea nooks, a writing desk, and a good view of the cityscape.
Amenities at Mango Park Hotel Corp include a penthouse swimming pool, entertainment facilities, the 46 mango Avenue Restaurant/Café, the 100-plus-capacity function room, and the hotel spa. You’d never get bored with all these features available.
Being along General Maxilom Avenue, the hotel is close to commercial sites like SM City, Ayala Center, Robinson’s Place, and Rustan’s. You may also try dining at nearby restaurants like the Lighthouse, Bits and Bytes Café, Popeye’s Grill, Kusina Habana, Omelet, Grill Avenue, and Sports Exchange Bar and Grill. You’ll never run out of shopping and dining activities once booked at Mango Park Hotel.
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