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Rogen Inn, comfort designed by travelers for travelers

Streamlined, minimalist , hues  pleasing to the eye. Accommodations at Rogen Inn are much more than anyone will expect  of  an inn. It feels and looks like rooms of a hotel- a business hotel, which any leisure traveler will  also  nod   in approva l .   Why? Because the accommodation in Rogen Inn is designed by avid travelers.   The  owners  travel a lot and from each hotel  they  stay  in, they  pick up  ele ments that work best for  them — lighting, space,  colors,  appointments  and  even the number of outlets and how accessible these are.     Working closely with the architect and interior designer, the owners pointed out what travelers would appreciate when checking in at Rogen Inn.     Beyond the check in counter and towards the room, here are  seven of  Rogen Inn ’ s features that can impress business and leisure travelers. 1.  Wide corridors.  One luggage or two, guests can easily maneuver the luggage through the carpeted hallways. The pathway is wide enough for two guests sha

mWell, PH’s fastest-growing health app, announces National mWellness Day— the biggest online medical mission

  mWell by Metro Pacific Investments Corporation (PSE: MPI) launches the biggest nationwide  online medical mission ,  National mWellness Day , with  volunteer doctors and health practitioners to provide  free online consultation  to Filipinos from all parts of the country via the  mWell PH app  on August 27-28 , 2022.   Now on its second year,  National mWellness Day  is even bigger, bringing together more doctors from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. Filipinos nationwide can consult from a range of doctors on the mWell app where they can receive free quality health consultation from general practitioners, specialists, and mental health experts.    This advocacy initiative is part of MPIC’s sustainability mission to bring healthcare closer to more Filipinos nationwide.  Wherever you are in the country, the National mWellness Day  online medical mission  is just a few taps away on your mobile gadgets.  Just  download the mWell PH  app and register, choose from the roster of hundreds of vol

Merlgen fits up Rogen Inn, Davao’s newest hospitality landmark

From residential to hotels, Merlgen Euro Designs, Inc. is up to the task. With more than a decade of service in the customized cabinetry business, the company continues to serve the needs of the market within Davao City and beyond. “ With the company ’ s experience, we are always up to the challenge, whether it ’ s fitting homes, offices or hospitality establishments, ”  said manager Honeylet Lim.   One of the latest large scale projects for Merlgen is the Rogen Inn, the newest hospitality landmark in Davao ’ s central business district.    “ Rogen Inn tasked Merlgen to fit 328 rooms in three buildings, the management office and the service facilities, including the lobby ’ s unique check-in desks, with cabinetry according to the specifications of the architect and owner, ”  she bared.   According to Lim, Rogen Inn counts as one of the big projects Merlgen is currently undertaking, which includes fitting three condominium properties across the city to as far Cagayan de Oro. However, sh

Apo Agua donates water pipelines to Barangay Tawantawan

  Further strengthening its long-term commitment to its host communities, Apo Agua Infrastuctura, Inc. (Apo Agua) recently turned over 2,220 meters of water pipelines to Barangay Tawantawan in Baguio District. The barangay will use the donated pipelines to expand its existing water system, which will help augment its water supply distribution.    Present during the turnover of the water pipelines were (R-L)  Congressman Isidro Ungab, Davao City Water District General Manager Mildred Aviles, Apo Agua Operations Head Shake A. Tuason,  Apo Agua Project Manager Dorcas Ho, Tawantawan Barangay Kagawad Jimmy Enoch, and Davao City 3rd District Councilor Alberto “Abet” Ungab. These additional pipelines will complete Tawantawan’s second water pipeline system, which will tap their current water source to the barangay’s newly constructed water reservoir. In turn, this will help increase the barangay’s water supply, addressing the urgent need for ample water supply and improving the lives of over 6

Rogen Inn, not a hotel but feels like it

Rising slowly on a former car barn during the course of the pandemic were three mid-rise buildings on one of the busiest bifurcated roads in downtown Davao. The architectural design would elicit  “ another condominium rising ”  remarks from the motorists and passers-by. It is not. Perhaps it ’ s a hotel?    “ Rogen is not a hotel but an inn. However, it was designed to exude the look of a hotel, the size of a hotel and promises the comforts of a hotel, ”  says Gene Bangayan, current manager of the new hospitality establishment.   “ Just like a hotel, the inn has a welcoming spacious lobby with high-ceiling and receptionists in three separate check-in counters to attend to guests at any given time. It has 3 28 Deluxe R ooms uniformly sized per building. The rooms in the South  and West  wings are a tad bigger in size than that of the North  structure ’ s, but all accommodations are equally well-appointed with tap card access and necessities any business and leisure traveler needs, ”  s