P-Noy inaugurates Richmonde Iloilo
(The Philippine Star) - October 15, 2015 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - Tourism and economy in Iloilo City are on the rise as further growth, promoted by the development of the Megaworld-owned 72-hectare Iloilo Business Park township, unfolds right before the eyes of the Ilonggos. Before long, the city will be touted as a force to be reckoned with in the business and leisure sectors of the region. As Megaworld chairman and CEO Dr. Andrew Tan puts it, “We envision this township to be Iloilo’s central business district and a center for lifestyle and tourism of Western Visayas.”

Supporting this progress is Richmonde Hotel Iloilo which is poised to be the hotel of choice of local and international travelers looking for sophisticated lodging at par with international hotel standards. In recognition of Richmonde’s espousal to enrich the city’s tourism initiatives, no less than Pres. Benigno “P-Noy” Aquino III led the inauguration of Richmonde Hotel Iloilo. Held recently together with the ceremonial launch of Iloilo Business Park and the inauguration of the Iloilo Convention Center, the hotel’s opening culminated with the unveiling of the inaugural marker at the hotel lobby by Pres. Aquino together with Senate president Franklin Drilon; Iloilo Gov. Arthur Defensor Sr.; Iloilo City Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog; Iloilo Rep. Jerry Treñas; Department of Tourism Sec. Ramon Jimenez Jr.; Megaworld chairman Dr. Andrew Tan; Megaworld First VP and Commercial Division head Kevin Tan; Megaworld COO Lourdes Gutierrez; Richmonde Hotel Iloilo’s managing director Carmen Fernando; and resident manager Natalie Lim.

ACIRC AQUINO ARTHUR DEFENSOR SR. AS MEGAWORLD CARMEN FERNANDO COMMERCIAL DIVISION DR. ANDREW TAN ILOILO ILOILO BUSINESS PARK MEGAWORLD RICHMONDE HOTEL ILOILO
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