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MANILA SET FOR FIFTH SHANGRI-LA PROPERTY

by Sophie Cullen on Jun 24, 2015 in Architecture
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Set to open in the fourth quarter of 2015, Shangri-La at the Fort will sit at the heart of Bonifacio Global City (BGC) in the nation's capital

With Manila having one of the fastest growing economies in south-east Asia, BGC is a world-class district that is home to multi-national and technology firms, residential units and a selection of entertainment options.

SLFM facade

The property will form part of a mixed-use lifestyle development – also known as the Fort – and will feature 576 rooms a range of restaurants, bars and 6,000 square metres of event space. A collection of highly customised homes will be located on the highest floors of the structure and a retail podium featuring stylish options will also be included.

The Shangri-La Group currently has 90 five-star hotels across the globe and a range of new developments in the pipeline.

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