Savoy Hotel to splash glitter at Capital Town in 2028
PHOTOGRAPHS COURTESY OF SAVOY HOTEL | Savoy Hotel Capital Town to boost local tourism in Pampanga.
Finally, a luxurious hotel to rise in the heart of Pampanga.
Thanks to Megaworld, the Philippines’ largest operator of homegrown hotel brands, a 16-story hotel featuring 374 rooms will soon rise and offer a hotel experience unlike any other with world-class facilities, a warm atmosphere, efficient service and elegant interiors.
Savoy Hotel Capital Town, Megaworld’s first-ever hotel development in Northern Luzon, will be located inside Megaworld’s 35.6-hectare Capital Town in San Fernando City, Pampanga. Strategically situated along San Fernando Boulevard — an area with the most concentration of tourists and guests inside the township — the hotel will stand beside the Capital Mall (ongoing construction) and surrounded by residential condominiums, offices and the iconic Plaza Pasudeco.
“We are excited to bring the Savoy Hotel brand to the Pampanga capital as it is our award-winning hotel brand today,” said Cleofe Albiso, Megaworld Hotels and Resorts managing director. “Having a hotel in Capital Town will surely boost local tourism in this historic city.”
Savoy Hotel Capital Town will be the pioneering luxury hotel brand in San Fernando. The hotel aims to set the standard for future developments in the region and make it a prime destination for local and international travelers.
Megaworld has always envisioned Capital Town to be a catalyst for the booming tourism scene in San Fernando with the establishment of its first hotel.
“Now is the perfect time to bring in the hotel brand to Capital Town because the emerging tourism scene in this side of Pampanga is evident with the overwhelming support we are receiving from locals and guests coming to our township,” said Eugene Em Lozano, Megaworld Pampanga senior vice president for sales and marketing. “With Savoy Hotel Capital Town coming in, we are once again fulfilling our promise to the Kapampangans to bring the Megaworld signature live-work-play-learn lifestyle and rest and relaxation.
The overall design and theme of the hotel, explained by Albiso, are inspired by the Neo-Baroque architecture of Madrid, Spain. Savoy Hotel Capital Town’s façade will be embellished with decorative moldings, pre-cast concrete ledges and a curved façade on one side of the building.
At night, she added, the facade lighting highlights these architectural details from the podium to the roof deck.
“This distinct style blends perfectly with the neoclassical design that Capital Town has long been known for,” said Albiso. “Inside, guests will be welcomed to an elaborate, high-ceilinged lobby, reflecting Western Colonial and Industrial Style era-inspired interiors and details inspired by the Pampanga Sugar Development Company, a charming homage to the cultural heritage of Capital Town.”
The hotel will have varied room categories — from Twin Suites, Queen Suites and Specially-abled Twin to Junior Suites, Executive Suites and Family Suites.
It will also have four food and beverage outlets, which include a specialty restaurant, a 112-seater, all-day dining restaurant with al fresco areas, a Zabana bar and lounge, and a pool grill bar with outdoor dining that can sit up to 60 people. It will also have a gift shop and several other retail spaces on the ground floor.
There will be three function rooms that can accommodate up to 108 people combined, meeting rooms, a business center and an executive lounge exclusively for VIPs and guests booked in the larger suites. Like other hotels, there will also be a fitness center, a kid’s club, a pool deck with adult and kiddie pools, an activity lawn, outdoor landscaped areas, a reading nook and a hammock yard or lounge area.
“We remain bullish on the prospect of our country’s tourism industry, and we continue to support the government, particularly the Department of Tourism, in providing wider choices for first-class accommodations,” said Albiso.
Savoy Hotel Capital Town is scheduled to start operations in 2028.
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