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Affected by Taal Volcano’s eruption? ZEN Rooms offers discounted accommodation

ZEN Rooms

ZEN Rooms

ZEN Rooms is providing affordable accommodation to affected locals and travelers after the eruption of Taal Volcano in Talisay and San Nicolas, Batangas, Philippines. The hotel franchise is reducing the rates of its key properties across the country.

Over 3000 families in Batangas and nearby areas have already been evacuated following Taal Volcano’s continuous ash explosions. Flight cancellations have also left passengers from local airports across the country stranded after the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) in Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines was shut down on January 12, 2020 due to safety concerns.

To everyone who needs temporary relocation assistance or has to extend their stay due to canceled flights, ZEN Rooms is giving a 30 percent discount. It can be availed by applying Voucher Code ZENCARES at https://www.zenrooms.com/deals/zencares-taal to book for key properties nationwide.

The rooms can be booked at rates as low as 299 pesos for a private room. The discount is valid from January 13-16, 2020.

We hope to help those who have been impacted by this natural calamity by providing budget accommodation at rates below our cost line on all our key hotels across the Philippines,” ZEN Rooms regional director of marketing Amit Shukla said. “Our properties in affected areas are providing face masks to guests and assisting with relocations to safer areas in Metro Manila. We will continue to assess the situation in the Philippines and are prepared to offer additional assistance as appropriate.” 

ZEN Rooms is hoping to accommodate and provide a comfortable place to sleep for affected travelers and locals. The hotel chain’s 24/7 customer care is also on standby to assist with reservations if required.

Here is the Taal Volcano as seen from Talisay:

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