KNA Interior Design Debuts Guestrooms for Solaire Resorts
Monday January 13th, 2014 - 12:06PM CA
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MANILA, PHILIPPINES—Los Angeles-based KNA Interior Design has unveiled the new guest suites at the Solaire Resort & Casino located here.
According to the Los Angeles-based architecture and design firm, the decor will elevate the hotel’s perceived luxury in order to recruit further guest loyalty and capture new market share in the upscale business travel sector.
Guestrooms have views of the sea or cityscape. Amenities include iPod docking stations, minibars and 46-in. flat-screen TVs. Bathrooms offer separate bathtubs and showers with rainfall showerheads. All units feature refrigerators, coffee/tea makers and complimentary bottled water. In addition, a turndown service is offered nightly, housekeeping is available daily.
Situated in Paranaque, Solaire Resort and Casino is in the entertainment district and close to SMX Convention Center, SM Mall of Asia and Baclaran Church. Also nearby are Manila Ocean Park and Embassy of Japan.
Solaire Resort and Casino has a full-service spa, a marina, and an outdoor pool. Wireless Internet access is complimentary in public areas. The hotel features business amenities including a business center, small meeting rooms and secretarial services.
Dining options at the hotel include six restaurants along with a coffee shop, two bars/lounges, and a poolside bar. Additional amenities include a casino, a nightclub, and a fitness facility. Guests receive complimentary transportation including an area shuttle, a casino shuttle and a shopping center shuttle. The property has designated areas for smoking.
Tags: KNA Interior Design • Solaire Resort • Hospitality • Amenities • Architecure & Interiors •
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