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Hotel Supreme Convention Plaza
Magsaysay Avenue, Baguio City, Philippines
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Hotel Supreme Convention Plaza offers a mix of multi-faceted conference facilities and fun leisure diversions to cater for all your needs. A perfect balance of business and relaxation all in one place! Come and experience yourself.
Hotel Supreme Convention Plaza consists of a large number of options, which offer a good package comprising of fabulous stay, travel, sightseeing, etc. But the most important thing among all these is our accomodations which provides all the comfort needed for.
Hotel Supreme Convention Plaza also features other classical function rooms, ideally suited to more intimate receptions or business get-together's; it includes the Opal, Garnet and Jasper Function Rooms, all considered to be a superb venue for smaller gatherings and functions that can sit 50 to 200 guests.
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