Seda Hotel Now Open in Central Bloc, Cebu

Cebu, being the perfect gateway to most of the major tourist destinations all over the country, has remained on top of the most visited places in the Philippines.

For the past months, Cebu has developed so much in terms of infrastructure and tourism. Different establishments started to rise at the heart of the Queen City of the South. One of the newest developments includes Seda Central Bloc Cebu, located in the city’s business district, Cebu I.T. Park.

This 17-story hotel is perfectly situated for those who want to experience Cebu’s city life. Seda Central Bloc is now open to the public and can be accessed on the 5th floor of the new Ayala Central Bloc Mall.

Seda Central Bloc offers a unique combination of hotel rooms for short stays and serviced residences for extended visits. At 4,800 Php per night (net), you get to see Cebu’s skyline in your private Deluxe room. You can also make use of Seda Central Bloc’s many amenities such as their Rooftop Pool, Gym, Misto Restaurant, and Straight Up Bar.

THE SEDA EXPERIENCE

Here’s a sneak peek of the rooms and facilities in Seda Central Bloc.

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Lounge at Seda Central Bloc’s rooftop or take a dip at their pool while enjoying the best sunset views.

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Stay active while traveling! Seda Central Bloc’s gym is located on the 17th Floor, right next to the pool.

Choose to stay for a night or more at one of Seda Central Bloc’s room options: Deluxe, Studio, One-Bedroom Suite, Two-Bedroom Suite. Rate starts at 4,800 PHP Per Person.

Don’t have plans of staying overnight in Seda Central Bloc? Fret not! You can still experience Seda through their Straight Up Bar, Misto Restaurant, Board Rooms and Function Halls. All these are open to the public but subject to rental fees and other fees.

Grab a cocktail or two at the Straight Up Bar while enjoying Cebu City’s skyline.

Seda Central Bloc has board rooms and function halls for your meetings and gatherings.

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All-day dining at Misto.

 

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