Kensington anniversary bash was one for guests to remember


E-Land Group of Companies Saipan CEO Matthew Park, second right, joins Kensington Hotel Saipan staff in entertaining guests during the hotel’s third anniversary bash last Saturday. (Mark Rabago)

With a number of international performers, an open bar, and all-you-can-eat treats, Kensington Hotel Saipan’s third anniversary bash last Saturday was one its guests would not forget.

Kensington Hotel Saipan, which prides itself in providing unique services to its guests, threw a huge party and invited many in the community to help the hotel celebrate the milestone.

That took the form of non-stop entertainment; from start to finish, guests were seen dancing and clapping to the beat of the songs. Hotel guests were seen bopping to the beats of Korean pop group Ulala Session and were mesmerized by the music of the China Miracle Folk Orchestra and more.

E-Land Group of Companies and Kensington staff even performed a surprise number that lit up the faces of guests with enormous smiles.

Kensington also had amazing raffle prizes like a trip to Korea and three free night all-inclusive stay at the Kensington and the Pacific Islands Club Saipan.

To end the night, Kensington put on an amazing firework display that lasted over 15 minutes.

According to Matthew Park, chief executive officer of the Saipan business chain of the E-Land Group, Kensington always wants to offer something amazing to their guests in order for them to remember not just the hotel but Saipan too.

“We have a vision to be the best hotel possible. The only way we keep our guests is through the best service and unique service is the most important thing. If you compare our service to other hotels, we are different. So, guest can remember Saipan with all those unique services. Only in Kensington will you see even a general manager dance,” he said.

One of the new amenities Kensington recently launched in celebration of its third-year anniversary is their daily mini-cruise.

“This month we added the daily cruise. They go out to Managaha and our guest do snorkeling over there. And they love it. And we are going to add our garden in the north, which is going to be a trekking area. We have more development plans for Kensington,” said Park.

Kimberly Bautista | Reporter
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