Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Shangri-La Mactan Chooses Volkswagen


Following Makati Shangri-La’s delivery of its all-new luxury fleet of Volkswagen Passat and Jetta units just a few months ago, Shangri La’s Mactan Resort & Spa also received its new fleet of  Jetta as part of its efforts to upgrade and expand its existing vehicles to cater to its more discerning guests.

The purchase of Jetta cars was arranged through Nissan Car Lease Philippines, Inc. (NCLPI), the same premium transport provider for several of the Philippines’ 5-star hotels, in partnership with Volkswagen Philippines, the exclusive country distributor of Volkswagen cars. NCLPI, whose motto “Premium service for premium people,” is among the best-known car rental brands in the Philippines, with 24 years of unequalled service to its distinguished clientele.

The ceremonial turnover was represented by Volkswagen Cebu Branch Manager Ren Dumaraos, NCLPI President Louie Banson and Shangri-La’s Mactan Resort & Spa General Manager Renè D. Egle.

The Jetta, Volkswagen Philippines’ best-selling sedan in 2016, is known for its premium comfortable ride, spacious legroom and cargo, 5-star Euro NCAP safety features, highly efficient turbo diesel engine, and elegant design—ideal qualities for Shangri-La’s Mactan Resort & Spa’s guests availing of the resort’s private car service who are mostly international holidaymakers and leisure travelers.

The Shangri-La brand name is renowned globally for its rich tradition of innovation and personalized service from the heart. These remarkable standards inspired Shangri-La to select Volkswagen, which delivers the same promise of world-class service and workmanship that embodies the perfect combination.

The sprawling 13-hectare Shangri-La’s Mactan Resort & Spa received its 5-star accreditation from the Department of Tourism this October, right after the department rolled out its new star-rating system. The only resort in Cebu to receive such a rating, it has also been included among the “Top Resorts in Asia” and among the “Top 50 Best Resorts in the World” in the recently released 29th Conde Nast Traveler’s Readers’ Choice Awards.

2 comments:

  1. Volkswagen PH is making the word "premium", a joke. More expensive than its competitors without the "premium equipment" and banking on "German Engineering". Their price is significantly higher than the Japs and Koreans but they should match their equipment level with them to justify the price premium.

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  2. Literally it is more expensive than the Koreans & Japs in its particular segment because of the build quality, comfort & performance which is a cut above. You just have to test drive & see why...

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