Tag: Hotel

ArchiKonst Magazine, Vol. 19, No. 1, Issue 69, January-March 2016


PRESERVING PARADISE:  SUSTAINABLE TOURISM IN BORACAY By:  J. Albert Gamboa The isle of Boracay, in its virgin state, had no electrical or indoor plumbing. As recent as the early 1990s, its waters were clean, and concrete structures were prohibited on the beachfront – a far cry from the runaway commercialization today. Such unregulated growth could… Read more »

World’s First Negative-Ion Hotel

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MANILA, Philippines — The newly built Hotel H20, like most other hotels, offers guests pining for a relaxing getaway a quick and well-needed respite without even having to leave the city. As it is, Hotel H20, which opened only in April last year, already offers a first in the Philippines, with 41 of its rooms having… Read more »

Bluprint Magazine, Vol. 02 2011 


Sea Luxe Treatment: Marine-inspired luxury as far as the eye can sea Written by: Arch. Juan Carlos M. Hubilla On April 2010, the Manila Ocean Park unveiled its newest attraction – not a new addition to its marine menagerie, but a boutique hotel, Hotel H2O. Offering 147 luxurious rooms, world-class amenities and services, this sea-inspired… Read more »