Four-Star Hotel Opens in Mati, Davao Oriental, Ushers New Era of Tourism in the Province

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After some years of waiting and being put on hold due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Adelina Hotel and Suites, the first and only 4-Star hotel situated at the heart of Mati City, Davao Oriental, has finally opened its doors to the public and is ready to welcome guests in its 94-room, 5-story sprawling property.

In a magnificent occasion that reflected the hope for a prosperous future for Davao Oriental’s tourism industry, Adelina Hotel and Suites celebrated its grand opening with the presence of local officials, personalities, and prominent guests. The occasion underlined the dedication to empowering the local community and fostering economic growth in addition to marking a significant advancement for the province’s tourism sector.

Governor Niño Sotero L. Uy, Jr., in his message, emphasized the importance of this landmark establishment to the province’s bid for economic development. He acknowledged the exponential growth of Davao Oriental’s hospitality industry and noted how the addition of Adelina Hotel and Suites would only fuel this upward trajectory. The governor remarked how the opening of this new hotel in the City of Mati would undoubtedly bolster Davao Oriental’s effort to attract more tourists to the province in the hopes of expanding Davao Oriental’s tourism value.

Governor Uy also spoke about the significant effect this project would have on the community. He commended the management of Adelina Hotel and Suites for their commitment to creating more jobs for the community and supporting the Provincial Government’s efforts to reduce poverty by giving its citizens more employment opportunities.

Apart from drawing design inspiration from Davao Oriental’s rich culture, which is visibly evident in the hotel’s interior settings, Adelina Hotel and Suites is marked by its commitment to promoting community integration. Over a hundred individuals are employed by the hotel, and an astounding 98% of them are from Mati City and the wider Davao Oriental. This thoughtful approach to supporting local employment has not only provided numerous job opportunities to the local residents but will definitely aid in boosting the local economy.

Also present during the event are Mati City Mayor Michelle N. Rabat, Department of Tourism Regional Director Tanya Rabat-Tan, former Governor Ma. Elena Palma Gil, and former Congressman Mayo Almario. By Francis Butulan, Photos by Mark Oliver Alvite