Narrative Report on Cebu City Tour and Hotel Exposure at Crown Regency Cebu

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DALUBHASAAN NG LUNGSOD NG CALAPAN (CITY COLLEGE OF CALAPAN)

NARRATIVE REPORT

Cebu City Tour & Hotel Exposure

At
Crown Regency Hotels & Towers

Fuente Towers, Osmen Blvd.

April 6-7, 2013

Submitted by:
Zoverie C. Pagsoguiron
BSHRM

Submitted to:

Angelica A. Berbulla, MBM
Apprenticeship Coordinator

Marian Teresa T. Brucal
BSHRM/BSToM Program Head

May 2, 2013
HOTEL PROFILE

The Crown Regency Hotel and Towers is a hotel complex in Cebu City, Philippines. The main building, the 38-storey Fuente Tower 1, is one of the tallest hotel buildings in the country at 140 meters (459 ft). Adjacent to this is the equally majestic Tower 2, Ultima which hosts the executive suites, dining and recreation facilities It is likewise the tallest building in Cebu City and the country's tallest building outside of Metro Manila.

The top floors of the hotel tower feature an amusement facility which includes a roller coaster that runs around the edge of the building, and a stroll around the edge of the building with the protection of safety harnesses.

It is only half of an hour away from the Mactan – Cebu International Airport. The hotel gives easy access to major commercial hubs and scenic tour destinations. This hotel offers the highest level of comfort and convenience in each of its 341 rooms and suites.

Crown Regency Hotel & Tower is only minutes away from Cebu, Philippines most finest and most popular Shopping Centers such as Ayala Center, Century Plaza, Colonnade Mall, Robinson’s Place, Rustan’s Dept. Store, & SM City Cebu; Business and Financial Districts including Cebu Business Park, Mactan Export Processing Zone; Hospitals; Transportation which includes taxis, tricycles, jeepneys and pedicabs; Centers of Tourism and Culture such as Magellan’s Cross, Fort San Pedro, PlzIndependencia, Basilica Minore del Santo Nino, Taoist Temple and beaches.

ITENIRARY

Cebu Tour
April 6-7, 2013

April 6, 2013

Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) ------------------------------------------------10:00 am Magellan’s Cross---------------------------------------------------------------------10:30 am Basilica Minoredel Santo Nino---------------------------------------------------10:45am Fort San Pedro------------------------------------------------------------------------11:00am Museo Sugbu--------------------------------------------------------------------------11:15am Royal Crown (Lunch) ----------------------------------------------------------------12:30pm Taoist Temple---------------------------------------------------------------------------1:30 pm Mactan Shrine--------------------------------------------------------------------------2:45pm Crown Regency Hotel & Tower----------------------------------------------------5:00pm Larsian Plaza (Dinner) ----------------------------------------------------------------7:00pm Robinson’s Cebu------------------------------------------------------------------------8;00pm Ligths out---------------------------------------------------------------------------------10:00pm

April 7, 2013

Estimated Time of Departure (ETD) ---------------------------------------------12:00 noon

ROAD MAP

Fort San Pedro
Arrival to Cebu

Basilica Minore Del Santo Nino

Royal Crown (Lunch)
Museo Sugbu
Magellan’s Cross

Taoist Temple

Larsian Plaza (Dinner)

Crown Regency Hotel & Tower
Robinson’s Cebu
Mactan Shrine

Departure from Cebu

INTRODUCTION

Educational tours or field trips are learning experiences outside the classroom. These trips supplement classroom learning by providing students with an opportunity to see the actual places, artifacts, flora and fauna, or phenomena that are described in textbooks and lectures. They also enrich the students’ experiences by exposing them to situations that are new to them. Educational tours may also be undertaken by family groups, whether...
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