Together as one to share holiday cheers

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    Megaworld Hotels Executive and General Managers for the symbolic Tree Lighting at Eastwood Richmonde Hotel (L to R): Jeremy Go, Resident Manager Hotel Lucky Chinatown; Joe Fijardo, General Manager Kingsford Hotel Manila; Jorold Montelibano, General Manager Richmonde Hotel Ortigas; Cleofe Albiso, Group General Manager Megaworld Hotels; Jun Justo General Manager Eastwood Richmonde Hotel; Oliver Esguerra, General Manager Twin Lakes Hotel Tagaytay; Avinash Menon, Area General Manager, Belmont Hotel Manila and Savoy Hotel Manila.

    ELEVEN Megaworld Hotels simultaneously lit up their Christmas trees to share holiday cheers and strengthen solidarity during these challenging times.

    Believing that the best is yet come, the Belmont Hotel Boracay, Belmont Hotel Manila, Eastwood Richmonde Hotel, Richmonde Hotel Ortigas, Richmonde Hotel Iloilo, Hotel Lucky Chinatown, Kingsford Hotel Manila, Savoy Hotel Boracay, Savoy Hotel Mactan, Savoy Hotel Manila, and Twin Lakes Hotel joined hands for the first time to keep the spirit of Christmas alive in everyone’s hearts.

    Cleofe Albiso, Megaworld Hotels group general manager, hopes that all the year’s challenges will come to an end, and that people will continue to have faith that God will be with them throughout this journey.

     

    “We would like to celebrate our guests who have continuously patronized us all throughout despite the changing times of how we operate our properties,” Albiso said as the hotels light up their Christmas trees.

    They also celebrate the owners, especially Megaworld Corp., for being with them and tirelessly supporting the hotels, as well as all their associates despite the trying times, she added.

    She noted that these definitely deepened their loyalty, commitment and dedication to the company, and will definitely go a long way.

    Albiso said they would like to celebrate all their associates for their hard work – those who have continuously struggled through rotational work schedules, and those who are in their homes on furlough trusting that they will work back together again.