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Dusit to bring its D2 brand to Cebu

Perspective image of dusitD2 Residence Cebu City
After recently announcing the addition of  a second property  to its newly refurbished flagship Dusit Thani Manila, leading Asian hospitality group, Dusit International, confirms that a third project will now join the ranks in 2019 in the Philippines.
At a signing ceremony held recently, executives from Dusit International inked a second deal with developers Grand Land, Inc. to bring a dusitD2 Residence to the island of Cebu.

Located close to the city’s business district, IT Park, and the Cebu Golf and Country Club, the dusitD2 Residence Cebu City will be situated within the developer’s multi-tower condominium development, Grand Residences Cebu. A separate entrance and lobby will lead guests to the 160 serviced residences, with facilities also including an all-day dining restaurant, gym, pool and meeting rooms.

dusitD2 is Dusit International’s “next generation” hotel brand, catering to international travellers seeking cutting-edge design, high-tech connectivity and efficient convenience in settings that are contemporary, colourful and chic. As the first branded serviced residences in Cebu city, guests and residents can expect to enjoy Dusit’s signature Thai hospitality with a modern touch.

“Dusit’s hospitality is similar to our Cebuano hospitality – very warm and welcoming. We wanted to bring an international hotel brand known for its exceptional service within our master planned development to complement the experience we will offer each guest,” announced Ryan D. Go, President of Grand Land, Inc.

“We are very pleased to collaborate on our second project with Grand Land Inc., bringing a dusitD2 to Cebu. We believe this vibrant brand is well suited to the exciting growth of the area and that Dusit’s signature gracious hospitality will enliven the experience of both guests and residents of the dusitD2 Residence Cebu City,” said Rustom Vickers, Vice President of Development, Dusit International.

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