For those who enjoy “staycations,” Seda Vertis North offers a new option for city-dwellers, especially for those up north. After a quick check in, a glass of refreshing juice awakens the senses and prepares the self for the stay ahead.
Seda’s architectural trademark is “simple and understated elegance,” and nowhere is that more apparent than in the vast and spacious lobby. Located in Ayala Land’s latest development in Quezon City, its subtle luxury is defined by smart design choices that inject a sense of calm and nostalgia. The entire hotel brings to mind the simplicity of the Filipino home and the sweetness of the local community.
Furniture pieces have aesthetics of Pinoy flair, borrowing from capiz lamps, exquisite lattice works on the ceiling, and solihya patterns on wooden accents. Seda Vertis North invited local creatives with world-class vision to decorate the hotel. Kenneth Cobonpue’s Bloom chair is an inviting spot to sit on and read the news; a Jaime Zobel de Ayala piece is viewed it in its entirety above the reception counter; and the Vito Selma Baud is style and comfort wrapped together. Ann Pamintuan’s mesmerizing metal work of animal sculptures is an unforgettable viewing experience, as well.
The hotel has 438 exceptional guest rooms on 24 floors. All have the same homey, residential feel with the function of a smart, business hotel. Neutral colors combined with a splash of purple, pin