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An accessible location in the city’s premier business district, versatile MICE facilities and packages, and top-notch service — Diamond Suites Cebu in Cebu City, Philippines offers these and more with every stay. Here, one can conduct business, host events, and indulge in life’s little pleasures with ease and peace of mind.

Wake up to great mornings and filling meals on your first day in the Queen City of the South. Despite our hotel’s central location across Cebu Business Park, our rooms ensure quiet, restful sleep with plush furnishing and the use of memory pillows. Every accommodation has its own mini-bar, LCD TV, phone, and hot and cold shower — features that will satisfy the needs of business and leisure travelers alike. Reservations come with breakfast but our guests also have the option of sampling the dishes and drinks served at Grain Restaurant, 8th Street Bar & Coffee Lounge, and our executive lunch set.

In addition to our commitment to providing comfortable stays, our hotel also offers tailor-made packages for conventions, meeting, and social events and celebrations. Corporate travelers can expect further assistance through our business center and wireless Internet access. Aside from these, the hotel also has a swimming pool, mini-gym, and laundry services. Guests who desire to explore the best of the city and the neighboring islands only need to inquire about our travel and tour services. Book today at Diamond Suites Cebu and find doing business an absolute pleasure every time you are in Cebu City.


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