Ideally located in Alabang, Azumi Boutique Hotel is becoming a favorite among travelers and staycationers. This hip accommodation may be popping up on your social media feed, thanks to its instagrammable look.
To know more about the interesting Azumi Boutique Hotel, read on. Here are 3 things you may not know about the property:
1. It’s a TripAdvisor Winner!
This 2019, Azumi Boutique Hotel is given a Traveler’s Choice Award by TripAdvisor. But this isn’t actually the first time the hotel has been recognized by the “world’s largest travel platform.” Back in 2016, Azumi Boutique Hotel received TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence!
With comfortable and contemporary rooms as well as interesting facilities, such as Romulo Cafe and Cavana Lounge, it’s no wonder Azumi Boutique Hotel has guests in awe.
2. It has the Only Saltwater Infinity Pool in the Metro
You might be wondering what’s so special about a saltwater pool. For starters, this type of pool has lower levels of chlorine, which means it is gentler on the eyes and skin. You can dip and swim in a saltwater pool to your heart’s content. According to studies, pools that use saltwater are also much safer as opposed to those that use purely chlorine.
One of the most popular spots in Azumi Boutique Hotel is definitely its saltwater infinity pool and with good reason. It boasts an amazing view of the Alabang skyline. By all means, chill by the pool, check out the wonderful city panorama, and take advantage of the picture-perfect aesthetic.
3. It Takes Eco-friendliness to a Whole New Level
Azumi Boutique Hotel is more than just pleasing to the eyes. Don’t let the modern style of the rooms fool you, it can do more than just serve as a backdrop for your new photo!
One of the highlights of the property is the use of Eco Carat tiles from Japan. Made from natural raw materials, these special “breathing” tiles are specifically designed to absorb harmful substances, foul odors, and humidity.
Rooms are also equipped with Daiken Healthy Ceiling, which helps you feel refreshed indoors as it generates clean air that has the same quality as in parks.
To help conserve energy, the hotel uses ISO- and PSE-certified Noatek LED lights. It also helps that all rooms have floor-to-ceiling sliding windows that open up to airy balconies.