Part of Seda Hotels under the Ayala Group of Companies, Seda Atria is the first Seda hotel in the Visayas. Seda is not that new to us because my family and I had the pleasure of staying at Seda Centrio in Cagayan de Oro . I also have attended various events at Seda Atria.
Weeks ago, we had a quick overnight stay at Seda Atria. I can’t even call it a staycation since we were out most of the time. As one of the newest hotels in Iloilo City, it is nice hotel from its lobby to their rooftop bar.
The hotel faces the Pison Rotunda at the Atria Park District. Seen here is the Pison Monument, which is a muscovado chimney, paying homage to one of the business ventures of the Pison Family.
A lot of similarities between Seda Atria and Seda Centrio starting with their color scheme. Here is our room at Seda Hotel Iloilo.
The morning after…
It’s not spacious but not cramped either like those hotels in Hong Kong. Seda Atria has everything you’ll need and personally, I think it is catered more to business travelers.
I love the workstations in Seda Hotels. Not just chic and stylish but ergonomic as well.
I also like that a PokeStop was accessible from our room! Another reason to stay in bed and cuddle with the babies. 😀
Bathroom is spacious and hygienic.
We are satisfied by the complimentary breakfast served at the Seda hotel Iloilo restaurant. My kids appreciate our attentive server. With its location within the Atria Park District, guests can enjoy local dishes from various restaurants like the famous batchoy.
I think this hotel’s asset is their furniture pieces. The lobby is impressive. Grand yet homey.
I took this photo at night to avoid disturbing guests especially during check-out times. iMac at their E-lounge. Beside is their in-house restaurant, Misto Restaurant.
Another favorite is their Straight Up Roof Deck and Bar where husband and I stole some couple time over drinks.
A nice place to end the day.
The hotel also has a gym but they don’t have a pool. To sum it all, Seda Atria is a lovely small hotel in Iloilo City.