New Boracay and Palawan properties added to Hospitality Innovators’ impressive portfolio

Leading property management specialist Hospitality Innovators Inc. has teamed up with Luana Lifestyle & Leisure, Inc. to elevate the entertainment, dining, shopping, and accommodation offerings in Boracay and Palawan via Hue Hotels and Resorts. 

Known for operating and managing some of the country’s highest rated hotels and residences to the latest developments in the country’s top travel destinations, HII will bring its experience and expertise into the partnership by operating and managing the design forward Hue Hotels and Resorts equipped with world-class facilities and amenities that are at par with the natural beauty of the islands where the resorts are located. 

Sealing the deal with Luana Lifestyle and Leisure Hotel are (from left) Hue Hotels and Resorts’ managing director Dennis Lee with Lamberto and Dexter Lee, and the Hospitality Innovators team led by founder and CEO Luis Monserrat, EVP Agnes Luna, corporate group director Philippe Bartholomi and executive director Peter Stevens
Set to open this October, the 122-room Hue Hotels and Resorts Palawan situated in Puerto Princesa is a great destination for those on the lookout for rest and relaxation in an island paradise. The property is also conveniently located as it is just 15 minutes away from the airport.

Located right at Station 2, Hue Hotels and Resorts Boracay on the other hand has 126 luxe rooms that will provide colorful stays and experiences to leisure and business travelers alike. Guests will also appreciate the large open spaces and extensive shopping and dining options offered within the property which is set to open by January 2017.

Topics: Hospitality Innovators Inc. , Hue Hotels and Resorts , Boracay , Palawan
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