Not your usual Go Hotels, Go Hotels Plus Tuguegarao sports a new and refreshed look.
Tuguegarao City is always top of mind when exploring the natural wonders of the north. This major urban center in Cagayan Valley, after all, has long been considered the gateway to Ilocandia and the Cordilleras as it is where the provinces of Cagayan, Kalinga, Apayao, and northern Isabela converge. Travelers keen on discovering the region now have a brand-new place to call their home away from home, as Robinsons Hotels and Resorts (RHR) opens Go Hotels Plus Tuguegarao this March 17, 2022.
Aside from being Go Hotels' first-ever property in North Luzon, it's also the first hotel under RHR's Go Hotels Plus category, which boasts a new and refreshed signature look for the Philippines' largest essential value hotel chain. Go Hotels Plus Tuguegarao also offers upgraded amenities while still maintaining its affordable price points.
According to Summit Hotels and Resorts and Go Hotels Group General Manager, Ms. Annalyn Yap, it is a strategic decision to bring this innovative brand of Go Hotels Plus to a strong location like Tuguegarao City. And with the success of Go Hotels, it is high time that Robinsons Land Corporation further expands its property portfolio and reaches a wider and more diverse market, she added.
Go Hotels Plus Tuguegarao is situated along the main thoroughfare and in a prime location within the bustling Tuguegarao City. Adventure destinations like the Callao Cave and Sierra Cave, which are among the more than 300 caves in Peñablanca, are just a quick drive away from the hotel. Travelers looking to visit religious pilgrimage sites, like the Basilica Minore of Our Lady of Piat, would also find it most convenient to book a room at Go Hotels Plus Tuguegarao. It is also conveniently located within walking distance of Robinsons Place Tuguegarao so guests can make quick runs for essentials.
Go Hotels Plus Tuguegarao also features the self-service check-in kiosk, which was first introduced by RHR at Summit Hotel Greenhills in 2019. This not only minimizes face-to-face interactions, especially with the current situation in mind but also lessens all the inconvenience and queues at your regular front desk. All you need to have is the reservation ID or QR code that's sent to you through e-mail, then you can activate your keycard with the push of a button.
Go Hotels Plus Tuguegarao has plenty of room for large getaways with friends and family. The hotel boasts 136 spacious guest rooms, with 57 Superior Single Rooms, 76 Superior Twin Rooms, and three PWD rooms. Introductory rates, which are available until April 30, 2022, are at P2,022 nett for an overnight stay in a Superior Single Room; and P2,222 nett for an overnight stay in a Superior Twin Room.
Guests are guaranteed a good night’s sleep, especially since beds are fitted with 100% cotton sheets with duvet covers and chiropractic and high-quality non-allergenic pillows. All rooms also have a fully-equipped private bathroom with a hot and cold rain shower, as well as 32-inch LCD TVs for those who wish to unwind.
To celebrate local flavors, Go Hotels Plus Tuguegarao partnered with homegrown restaurant Patio Enrico, which has been a Tuguegarao staple since 2006. This adds a premium to customer experience as guests not only discover Cagayan through its sights but also its cuisines without having to leave the hotels. Indulge in their signature dishes, such as Bagnet Sinigang, Pansit Batil Patung, and more.
With Tuguegarao City a major player in the north when it comes to meetings and conferences, organizers and businesses don't have to look elsewhere for well-equipped function rooms. Go Hotels Plus Tuguegarao has two function rooms named after the Cagayan's famous caves, Callao and Sierra, which may be merged to accommodate up to 240 people in a banquet setting. The space is also flexible enough to hold smaller gatherings.
Go Hotels Plus is the newest brand category under RHR which offers an upgraded essential value property with a fresher, modern, and hip look.
JEL VILLARIN, Head of Marketing
STEPHAN VALDEZ, Marketing and Communications