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Enjoying the best of both worlds

Anchor Land Holdings Inc. (ALHI) recently had a topping off ceremony for the Admiral Hotel, which is known for its historic architectural gravitas and superb view of Manila Bay.  

The event marked the near completion of the structure, which pays tribute to the neo-classical period while merging it with contemporary concept and conveniences. The Admiral Hotel was designed by ASYA Design Partners. It is classified as a boutique hotel, but will be to be rated as five-star. 

“The Admiral Hotel’s prime location at Roxas Boulevard in the historic city of Manila affords guests to both take in cultural sights and enjoy the modern offerings of the nearby Entertainment City as they traverse the scenic stretch of the boulevard,” said Anchor Land Holdings Inc. president Elizabeth Ventura. 

At the ceremony were (from left) Jose Aliling of Const. Mgmt. Inc. (JACMI); area managers Engr. Romy Dela Torre and Engr. Iandale Valdez; Arch. Paolo Suarez, EMESAE president; Adam Laker, area general manager-PH, ACCOR Hotels Group; Arch. Albert Yu, ASYA principal/chairman; Anchor Land Holdings Inc. (ALHI)’s CEO Steve Li, Jason Li ,and president Elizabeth Ventura; Engr. Freddy Rodriguez, Meinhardt Phil. Inc. (MPI) director; Manny Sy, New Golden City Builders (NGCB) president; ALHI’s AVP Engr. Honorio Alvarez and senior project manager JP Carrillo.

Topics: Anchor Land Holdings Inc. (ALHI) , Admiral Hotel

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