Ease. Accessibility. Deluxe. When you are looking for a hotel to stay in the Queen City of the South, these are the words you would want to seek. Ease gives you a comfortable way to locate the area from the airport. Accessibility speaks of the convenience of going to and from a shopping mall, supermarket, historical location, museum, and much more. Deluxe refers to the luxury of rooms, dinings, and views.
Yesterday, March 4, 2020, Seda Central Bloc Cebu opened its luxurious hotel for the first Media Gathering held on the 17th floor called Straight Up Bar. Local media groups and Cebuano bloggers were invited to the event to see the facilities and deluxe rooms first hand.
Ease to Look for Seda
Seda Central Bloc Cebu is nestled in Cebu I.T. Park, just 40 minutes from the Mactan International Airports and domestic terminals. Since it is located in one of the popular nightlife areas in Cebu, it would be easy for you to find or ask for the establishment.
Accessibility to and from Seda
Central Bloc Cebu does not only consist of Seda Hotel. It is also composed of the second Ayala Mall in Cebu City. Needlessly to say, you’ll have the access to one of the best shopping malls in the country. Whether you want to buy items in your favorite brands or eat your meal in your desired restaurant, you are just doors away.
Thinking of going to see Magellan’s Cross and Basilica Minore del Santo Nino Cathedral? You’re just about 24 minutes away. Landmarks, such as the Casa Gorordo Museum, Fort San Pedro, Taoist Temple, and Temple of Leah are also near the place.
Deluxe of Staying at Seda
The hotel has a deluxe room, studio residence, one-bedroom residence, and two-bedroom residence. For small to medium-size conferences, Seda has also seven meeting and function rooms, namely: Sinamay, Tinalak, Pina, Jusi, Hablon, Boardroom 1, and Boardroom 2. They also have a rectangular blue pool and fitness gym on the way to the pool.
We have visited the rooms to have the feel of staying in luxurious studios and bedrooms. The hotel crew shared with us how they thought of creating an advanced millennial type of lodging. Take a look at the photos below for you to see the rooms yourself.
Aside from going to Ayala Mall or Sugbo Mercado for food, Seda has also its own Misto place that provides a blend of international and local cuisines available a la carte all-day. Straight up on the roof deck, you can also find a bar with an international range of pica-pica, wines, spirits and cocktails, and great music with a panoramic view of the city skyline where the Media Gathering was held yesterday.
When you plan to visit Cebu City for the first or nth times, don’t forget to put Seda Central Bloc Cebu on your top list of home away from home. Visit Seda’s website to learn more about the ease, accessibility, and deluxe of this millennial hotel.