The Best Luxury Condo Development in the Philippines is…

When RLC Residences revealed they would be working with legendary hospitality firm Westin on a branded residences project in Metro Manila, there was a lot of excitement to see what the pair would come up. The results have surpassed the expectations of most people.

The Residences at The Westin Manila Sonata Place is the best luxury condo development in the Philippines. This isn’t simply blustery marketing speak. The project was presented with the award for Best Luxury Condo Development at the Dot Property Philippines Awards 2021.

As the first Westin-branded residences in Southeast Asia and one of the first branded residences to be launched in the Philippines, The Residences at The Westin Manila Sonata Place was tasked with elevating the luxury residential experience in the country.

For RLC Residences, that process starts with empowering people to live their life in perfect balance and be at their best. The Residences at The Westin Manila Sonata Place offers unmatched comfort and convenience that allows residents to focus on family, happiness and the things that truly matter to them.

In order to accomplish this and create the best luxury condo development in the Philippines, the partners focused on incorporating the hotelier’s six pillars of wellness.

The ‘Sleep Well’ pillar sees suites equipped with the signature Westin Heavenly® Bed complete with plush pillows and a custom-pillow top mattress that means your rest is always the best.

Rejuvenation is another important aspect of home life. It is vital to have a place where you can recharge. This is the ‘Feel Well’ pillar, which starts with mood-lifting botanicals and a soothing White Tea scent as you make your way to your home. The Heavenly Spa by Westin™ is also made available for you, along with a calming shower that you can enjoy inside your home through the Westin Heavenly Bath™.

Of course, work and play remain two of the biggest aspects of our daily lives and are covered under the next two pillars.

‘Work Well’ focuses on taking care of business. From a rentable workspace known as The Tangent™ at Westin to the business lounge and functions rooms, it’s always easy to stay on top of work.

On the other hand, ‘Play Well’ is all about those moments away from the office. The property’s 5-star leisure amenities place fun at your fingertips. You can unwind in the Game Room, have a round or two in the Golf Simulation Room or watch a movie in the Private Theater. These and more leisure facilities are made available exclusively for homeowners of this development.

The ‘Move Well’ pillar supports an active lifestyle. You can stay in peak physical condition by utilizing the Westin WORKOUT™ Fitness Studio and the RunWESTIN Concierge™. The property also has its own Move Studio – the perfect place for your yoga and pilates sessions.

The Residence at The Westin Manila Sonata Place also takes into life the ‘Eat Well’ pillar, thanks to the healthy food and beverages prepared by the SuperFoodsRx Menu™ and The Westin Fresh by the Juicery. ‘Eat Well’ even extends to children who can savor delicious meals made just for them by SuperChefs™.

This level of comfort and convenience ensures The Residence at The Westin Manila Sonata Place stands out. RLC Residences vision for the project was certainly ambitious, but by winning Best Luxury Condo Development at the Dot Property Philippines Awards 2021, it has been validated at the highest levels.

This was one of three awards presented to RLC Residences last year. Most notably, the homebuilder took home Developer of the Year, the event’s highest honor.

“We are honored and thrilled to be receiving the Developer of the Year Award. This award is affirmation that we are achieving and succeeding in our goal. It is also going to push us to keep doing better. Being nominated is an honor and winning is a double honor,” John Richard Sotelo, Senior VP & Business Unit General Manager, Residential Division at Robinsons Land, proclaimed.

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