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Grand Men Seng Hotel
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The hotel offers 70 deluxe rooms and suites... spacious and well-appointed, and are specially designed to cater your comfort and convience. All our deluxe rooms and suites are provided with mini bar, refrigerator, cable television, NDD/IDD, and bathroom phone.
The rooms are all airconditioned and well-equipped with the following features: piped-in music, cable-ready colored TV with remote control, individual bath tub with hot and cold shower, bathroom with phone extension, carpeted floor, refrigerator with mini bar set-up, In all, there are 70 luxurious rooms and suite to suit your needs where your comfort is truly guaranteed.
Poolside Ihaw Ihaw. At the 2nd floor , overlooking the Davao River and Mount Apo, the Philippine highest peak and sanctuary of the Philippine Monkey-Eating Eagle, serves grilled fresh seafoods and tasty pork and chicken barbecues. The poolside grill is beside the 8 x 18 meters swimming pool where you can relax and enjoy your food. Opens daily from 4 p.m. to 12 midnight.
Le Grandeur Cafe`. Beside the lobby, serves daily buffet breakfast,
lunch and dinner at reasonable prices. The COFFEE Shop, seating capacity
of 300 persons, hosts daily luncheon meetings of six Rotary Clubs. The
Cafe, with a scintillating chandelier under the dome-shaped ceiling,
is a regular meeting place of the Christian leaders, toastmasters, insurers,
realtors, masons, businessmen, lawyers, medical and paramedical professions,
architects, engineers and civic clubs. Le Granduer Cafe serves Filipino,
Chinese, and other international dishes. Open 24 hours.
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