- 400+ new rooms are now open for booking at Zen Rooms.
- All rooms are from its new partner Selah Hotel in Pasay City.
- Room rate starts at P499/night.
Zen Rooms is bringing in more high-quality budget accommodations to its selection as it launches over 400 new rooms at the Selah Hotel, Pasay City.
Among which, 205 are budget lofts and are fully managed by Zen Rooms. There are also the Zen Rooms Selah Pods which fall under the mid-range accommodation category. These 108 pods come with access to the rooftop where the hotel’s infinity pool, bar, and restaurant with a 360-view of the city’s skyline are located.
For those who’d rather sleep in luxurious accommodation. Zen Rooms still got you covered. With close to 100 premium rooms, the Zen Premium Selah Garden Pasay on Park Avenue, you can experience world-class facilities. They have larger rooms there too which can accommodate between 6 and 10 persons. But that’s not all because the Zen Premium Selah Garden Pasay also boasts the first and only high rope activity center in a hotel where you can enjoy sliding on a zip line or wall climbing.
In line with its newly opened rooms, Zen Rooms Philippines Country Manager Michael Raquiza said in a statement:
“We are very excited to announce this partnership today. When Zen Rooms expanded here in 2015, our goal was just to fix the fragmented budget hotel industry. Now, four years later, being the largest hotel chain in the Philippines, our reach has lengthened and our purpose has deepened. We are here to build relationships with hotel owners and support local businesses.”
Zen Rooms rates at the Selah Hotel starts at P499/night but customers can already enjoy amazing perks like free fast WiFi, hot shower, cool AC, spotless beds, and 24/7 Customer care at www.zenrooms.com
Zen Rooms now has its biggest presence in the Philippines. After just four years, it already managed to open over 4,500 rooms across different parts of the country like Metro Manila, Cebu, Baguio, La Union, Baler, Tagaytay, and other provinces with heavy tourist population.
The company aims to put budget accommodation to the mainstream without compromising the quality of the rooms. And to do this, it targets yearly expansion and is now poised to conquer 70 more cities in the Philippines before the end of 2019.
Selah Hotels’ Managing Director Jeff Thomas commented about their partnership with Zen Rooms:
“Zen Rooms has been very effective in terms of tapping the online market and selling our rooms to a wider audience online. I look forward to what more Zen Rooms can do to elevate our hotels further especially in the international market.”
Zen Rooms was founded on the grounds of making budget accommodations available for all travelers coming to Southeast Asia where accommodation is only categorized into two – comfortable but extravagant or cheap but filthy.
In its efforts to partner with different accommodation providers like hotels, condominiums, and guesthouses, Zen Rooms is now able to open over 10,000 rooms in 5 countries including Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and the Philippines.