As a quarantine facility, the limitation of food choices for those with special diets should be considered. If it’s possible for those with restrictions to get food delivered, it would have been an easier stay. No refrigerator in each room is certainly a disadvantage because food spoilage is another issue. Leftovers have no place for safety storage. No ice dispenser makes it necessary to keep calling the front desk and staff is inundated with several calls to attend to those with special needs. The kitchen staff tried to amend the issues but were inconsistent. Several times during the stay, I had to call front desk to change the packaged food as follow through with diet restrictions have not been attended to. The quality of fresh fruits were mediocre and when food is served cold, like cooked meats, and dried out, near choking episodes were experienced. Soup was not included in the meals and eating dried cold food for 10 days certainly did not provide a great experience with this new hotel. Paying guests, especially those with more travel experiences may find the services, the food quite below the standards compared to other hotels. The need for safe handling of food for a lot of guests on quarantine should be explored. It would have been nice to have more Filipino dishes during quarantine and packaged meals should be balanced, less carbohydrates and more veggies and soup would have created a better quarantine experience. Cleaning of trash bins should also be done daily.