“It has been and will always be our desire to provide our guests with a service that is truly SULIT, ALAGA, LEGEND.”
The Legend Villas in Mandaluyong City announced on Monday, February 1, that it will be closing its hotel after 28 years of operation.
In a Facebook post on Monday, the management of the Filipino-owned hotel announced its closure, stating: “For 28 years, you have chosen us to be part of your vacations and meetings. For 28 years, we have served you the most delicious home-style Filipino dishes in the metro. For 28 years, we have become witness to countless milestones and life celebrations. For 28 years, our guest rooms have been your home away from home. All of those, we will forever keep.”
“As we officially close our doors and bid goodbye, we would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to all those who have been a part of The Legend Villas. We hope that we were able to impart a great customer experience to everyone. It has been and will always be our desire to provide our guests with a service that is truly SULIT, ALAGA, LEGEND. “
While the hotel did not specify any reason for its closure, the public is well aware that the local travel and tourism industry has been hit badly by the coronavirus pandemic.
Last month, luxury hotel Makati Shangri-la said it would temporarily close down beginning February 1 and retrench some of its workers due to the effects of the pandemic.
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