Alotau hotel hosts PNC camp

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THE Alotau International Hotel will be closed to the public up to August 28 because it has been reserved for members of the People’s National Congress party and its coalition partners.
Hotel general manager Chris Galatis told The National that this was the third time that the People’s National Congress party had used it facilities since the 2012 general election.
He said this in regards to an online notice by the hotel on operational arrangements to cater for the People’s National Congress party  members’ stay in Alotau.
“Please be informed that our notice serves as a courtesy awareness to all our valued customers of the temporary closure of the hotel due to the PNC camp,” Galatis said.
“This would be the third time the People’s National Congress party has decided to use our hotel for their camp.
“And as is the policy with any other venues, if the customer whether an individual or company requires the venue to be shut for their event for privacy and security reasons, then the accommodating venue host is obliged to do so on the basis that the venue is paid off as per the hotel’s requirement.
“All entry into the hotel premises be done through authorised passes only.
“I believe the venue owner out of courtesy and respect in return should inform his valued clientele that the venue will be closed for that certain period explaining why.
“We are a hotel that operates purely without fear or favour as we aspire to maintain and continue to build relationships with all who wish to do business with us.”

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