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Cebu Midtown Hotel
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Cebu Midtown offers 200 superior, deluxe and suite rooms that are all tastefullyfurnished and equipped with the latest amenities such as cable TV, mini bar, private bath,centralized airconditioning system and fax machines in all suite rooms. We also have handicap-friendly rooms.
With an average floor area of 21.97 sq. meters for deluxe rooms and 40.46 sq. meters for suite rooms, our rooms pamper you with choices of king-size, queen size and twin
Our Menu offers the widest selection of continental and local cuisine that could pump up your appetite. We serve the widest buffet spreads for breakfast and lunch, plus generous a la carte servings.
The Sabungan set up overlooks Fuente Osmena Park and offers a panoramic view of Cebu City.
The soothing sound of piano and the subdued ambience set the mood for a cozy after-dinner tete-a-tete. To unwind and relax. To add a little sizzle to your cocktail hours with finger food & drinks. The Orchid Bar is the place to fill up your senses.
Cebu Midtown Hotel is centrally located at Fuente Osmena, Cebu's historical landmark and the fastest growing commercial district in Southern Philippines. The 10-storey Cebu Midtown modern structure is set atop a three-level department store and supermarket.
The hotel is just 30 to 40 minutes ride to the Mactan Cebu International
Airport and Mactan's fine beaches. It is also close to uptown shopping,
entertainment and business establishments.
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