Grand Land Launches The Noble Cebu Hotel
Homegrown real estate developer Grand Land recently held the launch and blessing of The Noble Cebu Hotel, a serviced suites brand that is expected to become a concept standard in the ever-evolving hospitality industry.
The Noble Cebu Hotel
The Noble Cebu Hotel is unlike anything you’ve ever seen. At Noble Cebu, the tried-and-tested Airnbn concept meets the unrivaled hotel experience. Falling under the limited-service lifestyle category, The Noble Hotel Cebu offers guests a great hotel experience at a lesser cost and with the ease and convenience of condo living.
According to Mr. Ryan Bernard Go, President of Grand Land, Inc., the idea came at a perfect time when both the economy and the tourism channels of Cebu have started to reopen. And with Grand Land Residences’s perfect location and proximity to some of the city’s most important destinations, Mr. Go said that the project has a huge chance of succeeding.
A New Concept
Grand Land has partnered with Grand Regal Hotels and Resorts as a way of expanding its own hotel portfolio. The project is just the start of a long-term plan to build more hotels under the Noble and Regal Brands.
Seeing the availability of units and the desire of numerous unit owners to rent out their properties while not in use, the company has decided to make the initiative to tap Quantum Residences and Hotels to operate The Noble Cebu Hotel.
Under this partnership, Grand Land Residences unit owners can enroll their property for assessment. The units are only added to the roster of available spaces if they are suitable for the brand. Quantum, for their part, will take care of professional guest service including maintenance, housekeeping, and others.
With this concept, both the unit owners and the guests are fully protected. The owners are assured that their units are safe. The guests, on the other hand, are assured of excellent industry-standard hotel service when they check-in.
Currently, The Noble Cebu has 120 enrolled rooms on various floors within the tower. The number is set to rise as more homeowners see the potential of earning passive income from their property.