Find out how the biggest Seda hotel in the Philippines perfectly meld artsy and comfy. Plus more!
Contemporary giraffe wire sculpture There is something likeable in the spacious lobby of Seda Vertis North, the sixth property of the Seda Hotel chain and biggest yet located on Edsa in Quezon City. It’s like a hive of activity day in day out, all happening in a backdrop of muted hues, modern architecture, practical but beautiful furniture by Kenneth Cobonpue and Vito Selma, and fun, Instragramable artworks by Ann Pamintuan.
438 guest rooms, meeting rooms for up to 100, a grand ballroom that can accommodate up to 700, and an Ayala Mall right within the same compound are some of the pluses of Seda’s’ fairly young hotel, which opened in April 2017.
I stayed in a 32sqm deluxe room, which had a view of EDSA. Its sleeping comforts are notable—apt bed and beddings, faux wooden floors and adjustable in-room lighting—as were its modern conveniences like the 40-inch LED cable HDTV, media panel for connecting and charging gadgets, and an ample work desk.
Misto serves international and local cuisine, buffet or a la carte style. They have good coffee and pastries, while for the main, I liked their steaks. A la carte specialties are the Vertis Budger, four cheese pizza, and the super point chocolate cake for dessert.
Enjoy craft beer sourced from La Union at the relaxed Straight Up bar on the 23rd floor. Or have cocktails, wine, lager, beer or even coffee.
While away at the large outdoor pool; have a treatment at the full-service spa while sipping delightful sambong tea; stay fit while on staycation using the hotel gym’s excellent lineup of Life Cycle equipment and free weights. A room dedicated for yoga and pilates is available.
From Phop5,000 (USD100) per night.
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Story and photos by Ferdz Decena