Go Hotels Mandaluyong Evolves: Embracing the New Era of Travel with Go Hotels Plus

The essential value hotel gets an upgrade, promising a better experience at friendly rates

The evolution of Go Hotels Mandaluyong into Go Hotels Plus Mandaluyong has opened an exciting new chapter in its groundbreaking legacy.

Since its establishment in May 2010, Go Hotels Mandaluyong has epitomized Robinsons Hotels and Resorts’ commitment to providing safe, comfortable, and affordable accommodations to savvy travelers. As the flagship property of Robinsons Hotels and Resorts in the essential value category, Go Hotels Mandaluyong was the pioneer of the no-frills hospitality concept, disrupting the traditional landscape of the Philippines’ accommodations industry.

According to Lance Y. Gokongwei, President and CEO of JG Summit Holdings and Chairman, President, and CEO of Robinsons Land, this bold innovation was “anchored on our corporate purpose – ‘an unrelenting commitment to provide our customers with better choices, creating shared success with our stakeholders.’”

With 222 rooms offering queen-size or twin beds, Go Hotels Mandaluyong quickly became a preferred choice for those seeking quality stays at accessible rates. With the success of this formula in the heart of Metro Manila, the brand soon opened its doors in many key locations around the country. Today, the Go Hotels chain has 17 hotels nationwide, including franchised properties under the Roxaco group.

At the launch of the newly upgraded hotel are (from left) Jose Mari Ouano, General Manager of Summit Ridge Tagaytay; Angela Katipunan, Assistant Hotel Manager, Go Hotel Plus Mandaluyong; CA Contento, Operations Manager, Go Hotels and Go Hotels Plus Luzon; Joy de Mesa, Robinsons Hotels and Resorts Group Director of Sales and Marketing; Annalyn Yap, Vice President of RHR; Mandaluyong Mayor Benjamin Abalos Sr.; Barun Jolly, RLC Senior Vice President and Business Unit General Manager of RHR; Sharlene Batin, Department of Tourism Regional Director for NCR; Gregorio Limpin IV, Tourism Operations Officer, DOT-NCR; and Nitz Cuizon, RHR Director of Marketing. IMAGE RHR

In response to the recovering travel demand and the evolving needs of its guests, Robinsons Hotels and Resorts introduced the Go Hotels Plus segment in 2022. This initiative brought forth refreshed aesthetics, upgraded amenities, and enhanced spaces at selected Go Hotels properties, while maintaining the company’s commitment to affordability. The first Go Hotels Plus was opened in Tuguegarao, followed shortly thereafter by Go Hotels Plus Naga.

This year, Robinsons Hotels and Resorts has returned to where it all began by transforming the first property, Go Hotels Mandaluyong, into a Go Hotels Plus. In a video message presented at the launch of the hotel, Gokongwei shared, “Its upgraded features, which include more areas for interaction, food and beverage offerings, and in-room amenities, provide more valuable stays at budget friendly rates.” The new vibrant orange signage of the brand, he added, radiates positive vibes, “reflective of the delightful experience that the hotel offers.”

The upgraded experience at Go Hotels Plus Mandaluyong promises a host of enhancements designed to elevate the guest experience. From modern and sleek room designs to amenities such as hair dryers and dental kits, every aspect has been carefully curated to ensure maximum comfort and convenience.

In addition, the hotel introduced a new room category featuring bunk beds to cater to groups seeking budget-friendly accommodations, complementing its existing deluxe twin and queen rooms. Guests can also enjoy a recreational area in the lobby for leisurely lounging, high-speed Wi-Fi connectivity, and a dedicated co-working space for digital nomads. A new self-service station offering Go Hotels Plus' signature coffee options at accessible prices is further proof that Robinsons Hotels and Resorts’ commitment to affordability remains unwavering.

“Whether you are traveling for business or leisure, staying inside a Go Hotels Plus provides you enough amenities and accessibility to make it very convenient, comfortable, and valuable,” said Barun Jolly, Robinsons Land Senior Vice President and Business Unit General Manager of Robinsons Hotels and Resorts.

As Go Hotels Plus Mandaluyong continues to redefine the concept of quality yet affordable travel accommodations, Robinsons Hotels and Resorts looks forward to welcoming guests to a new era of hospitality excellence.

Go Hotels is the leading chain of budget hotels in the Philippines, offering convenient and affordable accommodations in key destinations across the country. Go Hotels is owned and operated by Robinsons Hotels and Resorts, a subsidiary of Robinsons Land Corporation, one of the Philippines' leading real estate companies. For more information, visit gohotels.ph.