Headed by VP for Sales & Marketing Carmela Bocanegra, she said, “We are excited to visit Korea once again to reinvigorate and inspire our Korean friends, partners and guests to come and visit the Philippines soon.”
Aims to further strengthen its brand’s presence in South Korea, the group presented updates of each of the Crimson and Quest Hotels & Resorts to selected travel agencies, airlines and media friends at the Lotte Hotel Seoul in July 12, and assured them that the borders of the Philippines are now open and safe for travel.
Philippine Tourism Director Maria Apo and Philippine Ambassador to Korea, Theresa Dizon-De Vega also welcomed the group and attended the Chroma event, with much enthusiasm and praise to Chroma for being the first to brave Seoul after the pandemic. Tourism Promotions Board COO Atty. Antoinette Allones also congratulate this effort of Chroma Hospitality through a recorded message.
Updates of the six properties include: Crimson Resort & Spa, Boracay that was recently selected by Time.com as one of the World’s Greatest Places to visit in 2022; the redesigned features and facilities of Crimson Resort & Spa, Mactan Cebu when it re-opens in December 2022; and the newly renovated Mimosa Plus Golf Course situated in Quest Plus Conference Center, Clark that features two amazing championship courses with a total of 36 holes designed by world-renowned golf course designer, Nelson & Haworth.
Bocanegra and her team also highlighted that Crimson and Quest Hotels are all “Korea Ready.” With its newest food and beverage outlets—Baker J, Alibi Bar, and Firehouse Pizza— at Crimson Filinvest City Manila, are surely elevate the dining scene of the South Metro.
Tourism Director Maria Apo said, “We are very pleased with this 1st Philippine Private sector effort to come to visit South Korea to sell our beautiful country, the Philippines – with focus of course on their brands, the Crimson and the Quest Hotels.”
Crimson properties are located in Mactan, Cebu, Boracay, and Manila while the Quest Hotels are in Cebu City, Clark-Pampanga, and Tagaytay City.