The hotel’s signature restaurant, Misto, is where we had our buffet breakfast and dinner. They serve all-day local and international cuisines. Oh I think I had one of the most unforgettable vegetable soup there. Their Japanese fare are also quite good, my favorite was the Tonkatsu with that sweet and sour sesame sauce.
There’s just so many things to say about Seda Nuvali, from the facilities, to the rooms, services and staff. I’m just guessing they decided on the name Seda as it came from the Spanish word “Silk” and each of the aspects of this hotel is like a strand of silk, woven together creates a strong fabric – a cohesive lifestyle hotel that it is now.
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