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Aurora Suites Subic Nears Completion, the First 10-Storey Building in the Freeport

The Aurora Suites and Pavilion is a hotel and a serviced apartment building located in Central Business District of Subic Bay Freeport.

The Aurora Suites and Pavilion ongoing construction as of December 2019. Photo Contributed for The Subic Bay Times
The Subic Bay Times
Dec. 18, 2019


The Aurora Suites and Pavilion is a hotel and serviced apartment building located in the Central Business District of Subic Bay. Those are some of the new business establishments that are included in the development along with Micro Brewery, and other restaurants. The Aurora Suites is strategically located in the heart of the Central Business District of Subic Bay Freeport Zone, making access to other destinations and facilities virtually hassle-free. The 10-storey building is complemented with a curated retail pavilion, which will serve as a venue for food, leisure, entertainment, and lifestyle establishments where both private and public events can be held. The Aurora Suites and Pavilion will have a total of 64 hotel rooms and 64 serviced apartment units. Some of it will be a 3-bedroom apartment unit, 2-bedroom apartment unit, loft type apartment unit, a deluxe type apartment unit, and 7 units will be Penthouses that will be located on the higher floors. If you want to learn more about the rates of their units, You will need to inquire with the The Aurora Suites and Pavilion team. But some of the unit's lease are disclosed like the deluxe apartment unit that will be around PHP 5.5 - 5.6 million, while the loft-type apartment unit will be more than PHP 10 million. As of January 09, 2020, The contractors are currenlty working on the outer part of the structure as they make the surroundings of the Aurora Suites and Pavilion more pedestrian friendly.


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