St. Mark Hotel


Location: Queens Road, Redemptorist Plaza, Cebu City
Client: Terre d'Or Development Corporation
Project Completed: September 2012
Photos courtesy of St. Mark Hotel

Located right next to the Redemptorist Church, St. Mark Hotel is the newest luxury hotel in the heart of the city with 56 guest rooms, a restaurant, 2 function rooms, a ballroom and 7 penthouse suites. 

The lobby sets the tone of any establishment.  Here, guests are welcomed with a splash of color amidst the neutral color palette of the stone walls and floors.  We chose an orange hue to symbolize the corporate colors of the developer and the hotel.  The design of the lobby is an interplay of lines and shapes.  Mirrors are strategically placed to give an illusion of space.  


Vito Selma's paisley chair sits prominently on the side of the accent wall in the elevator lobby.  

Vito Selma's award-winning Geo Cocktail table serves as a conversation piece as it rests in the middle of four arm chairs from Maple & Pine, the mother factory of Vito Selma. 

The guest rooms in this hotel are spread over 4 floors of the building.  Each floor has a different accent color to go with the black & white scheme of the rest of the furnishings.  Splashes of red, aqua, yellow and green are applied in the full-length mirror frames made of laser-cut concentric panels, the lining on the framed prints, the bed runners and the throw pillows.  The bedrooms were carefully planned out to accommodate different types of beds for the wide range of hotel guests.  Every room has a desk/dresser, a closet with a safe, a flat screen TV, mini bar with refrigerator and an arm chair.  Lighting inside the room was designed to have a mix of general, task and ambient light sources to suit every personality.  Careful attention to detail was also placed in the location and height of convenience outlets as it has become a priority with the advent of modern-day gadgets and technology.     
Deluxe Double
Soffit lighting from the headboard and above the curtains give that soft glow at night for those who prefer indirect lighting.  

Deluxe Queen

Deluxe Queen
Superior Double
The Halo Cafe, located on the second floor of the building, serves buffet breakfast to all the hotel guests.  Solid wood tables and upholstered chairs were customized for this space.  Bucket-seating is also available in the far end of the restaurant.  Clad in engineered stone craft, the breakfast buffet station is an artwork in itself.    

Halo Cafe 
Breakfast buffet station is an art work in itself.

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