International Ent hotel switches focus to stranded business people

In view of the decrease in the number of tourists given the travel restrictions imposed by the local government of the Philippines, the New Coast Hotel Manila has changed its focus to accommodate business customers who were unable to return to their countries at a lower room rate.

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