Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar to reopen doors after three-month lockdown

Heritage site Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar is set to re-open its doors on June 16, three months after the lockdown brought about by the novel coronavirus pandemic.

The province of Bataan, where Las Casas found its home, has continued to register optimistic recovery statistics for the virus. And in cooperation with the local government, Las Casas is hopeful that the possibility of “flattening the curve” within the community may be at hand.

Las Casas is set to re-open its doors with the launch of “Secured Stays at Las Casas” campaign.

With its recently launched “Secured Stays at Las Casas” campaign, the brand aspires to
redefine cleanliness and safety measures to bring back guests’ confidence in hotel stays and traveling in general. Deriving guidance from the Department of Health (DOH) and the Department of Tourism (DOT), stringent protocols were initiated to assure hotel guests that the heritage site adheres to optimum standards of sanitation.

Marivent Resort Hotel, Inc. President Paul Kerr emphasized the property gives utmost attention on the safety of its guests and employees more than anything.

For updates, visit or check Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar on
Facebook and Instagram.

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