Prime Asia Hotel breaks ground in AC


    Stakeholders all. Architect Macalino, owner Doris Maniquis, Agnes Montano, Engr. Alan Gatpolintan, Engr. Henry Santos and Atty. Gener Endona do the digging honors. Photo by Ric Gonzales

    ANGELES CITY – Luxurious amenities at affordable rates. But most important, family-centered services.

    Thus, Doris Maniquis, a businesswoman from Zambales, defined her Prime Asia Hotel at the ground-breaking rites along Narciso Street in Barangay Malabanas here.

    “No sinful short-times but whole some fun stays,” Maniquis said, underscoring the prayers and blessings at the hotel’s 890-square meter site presided by Rev. Fr. Rafael Zedec Paras of the Sto. Cristo del Perdon parish church.

    A ten-minute walk to the main gate of the Clark Freeport Zone and SM City Clark, Prime Asia Hotel lies in the Checkpoint area, just off the city’s entertainment district which primes it for the increasing tour and travel traffic at the Clark International Airport – all but a 10-minute ride from the hotel.

    Designed by Owen S. Macalino Architects with New Profile Construction Co. as contractor, the six-storey high Prime Asia Hotel will have a total floor area of 3,990 square meters divided into 68 studio type rooms at the 2nd to the 5th floors, two one-bedroom units and one presidential suite at the 6th floor which will also house the bar, pool, Jacuzzi and housekeeping.

    At the ground floor, the lobby to consist of the front desk, elevator, rest rooms and housekeeping, a coffee shop and restaurant, the electrical room, driveway and parking area.

    Costing over P100 million, Prime Asia Hotel is targeted to open by October 2013.


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