Apo View Hotel, the oldest hotel in the city at over 70 years, has decided to cease its operation temporarily effective March 31, 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The hotel management made the announcement on Monday through the hotel’s Facebook Account where it posted “as the risk of the pandemic is continuously rising, the management has decided to temporarily cease its operation effective March 31, 2021 until further notice as we continue to support the nation’s effort to combat the spread of Covid-19”.
Hotel Manager Leah Adolfo in a text message said hotel operations will resume once the situation will improve from the pandemic.
The management also thanked their patrons and clients for being part of the hotel’s journey while expressing hopes to cross paths again in the future.
Last year, Apo View Hotel kept its rooms open for health workers who are at the frontline of the fight against the spread of Covid-19. The hotel’s management firm, Global Comfort Group Corp., which is behind the Eurotel and Icon hotel brands, has also opened more than 400 rooms in other parts of the country to frontliners.
In 2014, Global Comfort Group Corp., took over the operations of Apo View Hotel.