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IPI chair inspects newly furnished presidential suites

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THE chairwoman of Imperial Pacific International Holdings board of directors on Thursday inspected the newly furnished presidential suites of the IPI hotel casino in Garapan.

Cui Li Jie also invited members of the local media and other IPI officials during the tour of two presidential suites.

IPI Holdings said it is constructing an “8-star” hotel, adding that the quality of the rooms as well as their amenities and the services to be offered are “way beyond that of a 5-star hotel.”

 

Imperial Pacific International Holdings chairwoman Cui Li Jie sits on a couch in the bedroom of one of the presidential suites she inspected on Thursday at the IPI hotel casino in Garapan. Photo by Emmanuel T. Erediano

IPI Holdings is the parent company of IPI (CNMI) LLC whose hotel casino resort is still under construction.

IPI has yet to schedule the official opening of the presidential suites, but these can now accommodate guests to “simulate” the actual occupancy that may occur anytime soon, management said.

The presidential suites were completed in September and an occupancy permit has been obtained from the Department of Public Works.

The suites are located on the fourth floor of the beachfront building of the hotel casino.

Each presidential suite has two bedrooms, a living room, a dining room, a butler’s pantry, spa, a karaoke room, study, a bathroom with closets, a balcony and swimming pool.

 

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