$1-B resort-hotel in QC to change Phl hospitality landscape


Bloomberry Resorts Corporation’s upcoming property in the north will transform the metropolis’ hospitality scene to that of global standards.

At 1.5 hectares and $1 billion, Solaire Resort North is the first in the city, with 38 floors offering a panoramic view of the urban landscape and bustling Quezon City.

Like its parent property, Solaire Resort North is an architectural marvel brought to life by esteemed architecture firms Aedas and Casas+Architects. Habitus Design Group’s creative breakthroughs are its immersive and contemporary interiors.

“We anticipate that our presence in Quezon City will positively impact our growth, widen our market footprint and reinforce our brand’s strength,” said Enrique K. Razon Jr., BRC chairman and chief executive officer.

Solaire Resort North is set to be the only luxury resort in the city with five-star facilities and amenities. It will have 526 opulent guest rooms and suites, 2,669 electronic gaming machines and 163 tables across four casino levels.

It also offers a world of culinary experiences through its signature restaurants, including contemporary Italian cuisine at Finestra Italian Steakhouse, fresh Japanese delicacies at Yakumi and authentic Chinese fare at Red Lantern. Casual dining options will also be available, featuring regional Filipino, Asian and international flavors. Bars and lounges offer a wide selection of spirits and cocktails.

Upscale event venues with international standards for size and capacity, as well as holistic wellness facilities with a spa, saunas, plunge pools and
state-of-the-art gym, will be available. Another unique feature of the resort is a curated art program and display of celebrated names in the local and international art scenes.

Winning big at the Asia Gaming Awards

BRC and its flagship property, Solaire Resort Entertainment City, were recognized under two major categories at the recently concluded Asia Gaming Awards.

Among a formidable collection of best-in-class Integrated Resort companies worldwide, Bloomberry Resorts Corporation was announced as the Best Gaming Operator, while Solaire Resort Entertainment City took home the coveted Best Integrated Resort award.

“Winning both extraordinary awards against industry giants reflects the unrelenting dedication of our team to achieving excellence. These accolades reveal our unwavering pursuit of distinction, which defines who we are and what the Solaire Way truly is about,” Thomas Arasi, president and chief operating officer of Bloomberry Resorts Corporation and Solaire, said.