Wednesday, March 1, 2023

Megaworld Hotels and Resorts goes all out for Raising the Filipino Brand of Service Excellence

“Megaworld Hotels and Resorts continues to invest on its people and envisions a breed of empowered champions that will help guests win the day’s challenges. Your stays are no longer just about rooms and meals prepared and ready the way you like them. more than that, we are your partners to help you accomplish your goals during your stay.” ~Cleofe Albiso, Managing Director of the Philippines’ Largest Hospitality Management Chain
Richmonde Hotel Iloilo associates after the FBSE Training conducted by Dr. Mae Panes, accredited FBSE trainer within the Panay Region. 

The hotel industry is without a doubt at the forefront of commercial trades because of its high level of service and attention to detail. The managing director of the largest Philippine hospitality management chain, Cleofe Albiso, faces constant pressure to ensure that events run smoothly and that guests have thoughtful experiences.

Associates of Twin Lakes Hotel after completing the FBSE training.

With the goal of continuously improving the guest service experience and recovery, the Department of Tourism conducted the Filipino Brand of Service Excellence Training program simultaneously across Megaworld Hotels and Resorts' (MHR) six brands and 12 property locations throughout the Philippines in one day.

Reg. Dir. Sharlene Batin of the Department of Tourism Metro Manila, share insights to inspire the FBSE attendees from the Kingsford Hotel Manila and Twin Lakes Hotel.

The HEART of Service Recovery, Delivering Excellent Service Using Guest Techniques, and Service Excellence and the 7Ms of Filipino Values were among the topics covered by the approximately 400 associates who completed the modules.

Participating hotels included Savoy Hotel and Belmont Hotel in Newport Pasay Manila, Kingsford Hotel at the Entertainment City of Paranaque, Eastwood Richmonde Hotel in Quezon City, Richmonde Hotel Ortigas in Pasig, Hotel Lucky Chinatown in Binondo and Twin Lakes Hotel near Tagaytay. Cebu based properties who also joined in were Savoy Hotel and Belmont Hotel in Mactan Newtown. In the Panay region were Boracay properties like Savoy Hotel and Belmont Hotel at the Boracay Newcoast and Richmonde Hotel Iloilo located at the Iloilo Business Park in Mandurriao.    

Accredited trainers from DOT Metro Manila were Gil Regondola, Maria Susanna F. Edilo, Lax Junnel Mendoza with the supportive presence of Regional Director Sharlene Batin. Cebu properties were handled by Dr. Evelyn Lupango under the leadersship of Regional Director Shahlimar Hofer Tamano. While Dr. Mae Panes and Boracay properties by Bryan John Dizon conducted trainings for Western Visayas properties under the leadership of RD Crisanta “Krisma” Rodrigez. 

Having the same mindset, the Department of Tourism aims to reach the goal of achieving 100,000-trained tourism service providers in the country in 2023. 

Maria Susanna F. Edilo, accredited trainer for the Filipino Brand of Service Excellence (FBSE) Training, talks about how to elevate customer experience with the associates of Eastwood Richmonde Hotel, Richmonde Ortigas, and Hotel Lucky Chinatown.

MHR’s Group Director of People Management and Development, Ms. Divinagracia delos Reyes, is now working on the succeeding batches to achieve 100% training compliance for all employees. 

“Thank you so much MHR for believing in the Filipino Brand of Service Excellence! Mabuhay!” ~Secretary Rica Bueno, Department of Tourism, Assistant Secretary

Department of Tourism, Assistant Secretary Rica Bueno, in a congratulatory post over the facebook page of Megaworld Hotels and Resorts (MHR).

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