Thursday, September 27, 2012

Good service and great food at Court View Inn

GUESTS and travelers considering to stay a day or two in an accommodation establishment and looking for quality service can visit anytime Court View Inn, the newest hotel located along Quimpo Boulevard in Ecoland. Court View Inn, which opened just last month, boasts of the kind of services clients are looking to make their stay comfortable and memorable one. Court View has a total of 41 air-conditioned rooms, with each room equipped with an LCD television. Guests are given at least seven room classifications in which they can select from junior suite room, family room deluxe twin, deluxe room, standard room, triple standard and dorm-type room. All the rooms come with distinct elegance and conducive ambience. Court View Inn reservations manager Joanne Alcantara said they are looking at all target markets ranging from medium class to upper class. For those who are mindful about the budget, the dorm-type is a good selection for them. These rooms are situated in the fourth and fifth floors of Court View while the ground floors up to the third floor are spaces provided for guests. This kind of scheme can provide more convenience on the part of the guests since the restaurants are just downstairs ready to serve them sumptuous meals. Court View Inn has also come up with the best offerings for all Dabawenyos with its buffet special for lunch and snacks every payday and Friday at reasonable prices a few days after it opened its doors to guests. Alcantara said people of Davao can expect a more delightful treat either for themselves or for their loved ones with their wide array of both palatable Filipino dishes and native delicacies. She said some of the desserts they offer are maja blanca and biko, two of the most popular desserts of the Filipinos. Of course, these are just few among the delicacies they serve at Court View Inn. Court View Cafe, located at the 4th floor, boasts some of signature dishes, especially the Court View chicken which, Alcantara said, is infused with premium quality herbs that can spruce up the taste. For lunch, the cafe serves noodles and many choices of pork and chicken dishes. The all-time favorite dinuguan at puto is among the top-sellers, according to her. "Our buffet is very economical because we consider how Dabawenyos value money. Dabawenyo's attitude would really sit down and take time when they eat unlike those in Manila who can eat while walking," Alcantara said. Lunch buffet costs P99 and will be offered from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., while merienda buffet, which costs P95, will start from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Fridays.