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May 5, 2018

This Soon to Open French Inspired Hotel is in Quezon City

Right in the heart of Quezon city is a soon to open French-inspired boutique hotel and events place. It used to be a mansion called Casa Juico and was beautifully renovated by the same family behind Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. So just like the beautiful Las Casas in Bataan, Casa Juico boasts a grand staircase, fully carved ceilings and walls and even 19th-century chandeliers made by local artists from Bataan.

It is the same place where many popular celebrities chose to celebrate some of their parties and posted it on their Instagram account. This includes Ms. Heart Evangelista and Ms. Gretchen Barreto.

According to reports, the place will fully open this coming December but its restaurant will start serving this May 2018. Dishes will be prepared by Chef Margarita Fores and is expected to serve dishes from European countries. There is no exact date yet when it will open but it should happen anytime soon.

Casa Juico will be able to cater small gatherings to big events like weddings with hundreds of guest. Small gatherings can be held in the first and second floor while more than a hundred guest can have their wedding in their huge outdoor space. As seen in the photos, the place is as majestically designed as it is inside the house. It also comes with mini verandas where guests can take a French-inspired terrace.

Although the construction of the hotel is not yet completed, one can already tell it will be something grander and filled with historical pieces just like in Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. It will also feature a swimming pool but it is not certain if it will be open for hotel guests to swim.

One of the most beautiful place in Bataan is Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. It features traditional Filipino homes and structures including bridges, statues and even some of the famous places in the country reconstructed in one big city-like property. And now, it has finally arrived in Manila.

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