Sumary of Park Inn by Radisson Clark unveils 100 new rooms at its just-opened south wing:
- Tourism will bounce back South wing facade Experts agree that, while the travel industry has been dealt a heavy blow by COVID-19, trips both local and abroad will become easier again.
- Among the hopeful predictions, particularly in Europe, is the emergence of a relatively new demographic whom the experts refer to as the “conscious traveler.” This kind of vacationer is someone discerning of his or her journeys, who would be away from home for an extended period made possible by the remote work setup.
- This health emergency is taking way too long to get resolved once and for all, but it should not discourage us from living our lives full.
- South wing lobby A key factor that instills hope and makes the recovery of the tourism industry more attainable is the undertaking and innovations of certain hospitality brands.
- Despite the economic turmoil, there are a few hotels that continue to blaze new trails, one of which is Park Inn by Radisson.
- The Clark branch in Pampanga has recently increased its inventory by 65 percent, adding 100 new rooms and suites with the opening of its south wing.
- This is in line with the projected upsurge in passenger traffic at the Clark International Airport, located just a 10-minute drive away from the vibrant, multi-use hotel.
- The newly constructed south wing exudes the colorful upper midscale concept of Radisson Hotel Group.