Summit Hotel Greenhills officially opens with unique features and new sustainability initiatives


Summit Hotel Greenhills, the sixth branch of Robinsons Hotels and Resorts under the Summit Hotels brand, has officially opened its doors to the public on September 17, 2019. Guests from around the metro can relax at this modern and cozy hotel while simultaneously creating authentic moments and reducing their impact on the environment.


The grand opening ceremony of the 3 star hotel was graced with the presence of Honourable City Mayor of San Juan, Mayor Francis Zamora, San Juan Vice Mayor Warren Villa, Robinsons Land Corporations President and COO Frederick P. GoRobinsons Hotels and Resorts Senior Vice President and General Manager Arthur Gindap, and Summit Hotel Greenhills General Manager Katrina Lardizabal. Friends from the Media and Press also attended the event.

Located along Annapolis Street in San Juan City, Summit Hotel Greenhills is created in response to the ever-evolving need of travellers—to create memories from high quality, affordable, and meaningful hotel experience.

Visitors to the Summit Hotel Greenhills will have access to unique and upscale amenities that appeal to modern guests including self-service and check-in kiosks; Summit Hotel's homegrown restaurant Cafe Summit that features an all-day dining experience, that hypes on its new breakfast buffet options, local craft beers and custom cocktails; wellness facilities that include a heated indoor pool overviewing city skyline, and a fitness center; and contemporary, functional, and sophisticated guest rooms inspired by Scandinavian design.

The 100-room Summit hotel Greenhills has three room categories: Deluxe King, Deluxe Twin and Junior Suite, that are all elegantly crafted and are equipped with premium amenities, with high-speed internet. The rooms are furnished with wood-and-wood laminated furniture and designed with a neutral-tone palette and a modern herringbone pattern on the walls and floors.

Summit Hotel Greenhills also employs the hotel group’s new sustainability initiatives. Plastic water bottles and packages are removed from bathroom amenities. In-shower dispensers are provided for guests' toiletry needs. Glass pitchers, as well as water dispensers, are prominent throughout the hallways.

Read about our staycation experience here.


Some photos from the Grand Opening:

Summit Hotel Greenhills Grand Opening VIPs' giving a good toast
Photo opp with San Juan City Mayor Francis Zamora, fellow bloggers EJ Bunag, Tina Punzal and Me-An Clemente




Me and my son doing our "reach the summit" pose in front of the hotel facade
Summit Hotel Greenhills Plastic Balloon
Me and my son 
Me and my son in our Deluxe King room

Read about our stay here.


How to get to Summit Hotel Greenhills

Contact Details:

Address: 13 Annapolis, San Juan, 1504 Metro Manila 
Phone: (02) 398 8788

Directions: 

From North Avenue:

Head southbound on EDSA toward East Lawin, then turn right to Annapolis. You’ll get to Summit Hotel Greenhills in approximately 21 minutes.

From Taft Avenue:

It only takes 24 minutes to reach Summit Hotel Greenhills. Head northbound on EDSA to Ortigas Avenue in Mandaluyong. Take the exit toward Greenhills/San Juan from EDSA.

From the Airport:

Arrive at the hotel from the airport in 35 minutes. Get on C-5 Road in Taguig from Sales Road/East Service Road. Follow C-5 to Kalayaan Ave. in Makati then take the C-5 exit. Get on EDSA and do a slight left onto EDSA-Ortigas Flyover, take the exit and turn right to Annapolis.

Parting Words


In line with the celebration, Summit Hotel Greenhills is giving guests a chance to experience its unique brand of hospitality with its introductory price of Php2,888 that comes with buffet breakfast for 2, free use of gym & pool, and round the clock quality service ensuring a memorable stay. You can book or reserve a room online via www.summithotels.ph. Introductory price is valid until November this year.

Have you ever stayed at any Summit Hotel branch? What do you think about this hotel? Let me know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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