Bloomberry Resorts Corporation (referred to as “Bloomberry” or “Parent Company”), was incorporated in the Philippines and registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on May 3, 1999 under the corporate name “Active Alliance Incorporated”. Until 2003, Bloomberry was mainly engaged in the manufacture and distribution of consumer communication and electronic equipment and operated within the Subic Bay Freeport Zone (SBFZ) under Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) rules and regulations under Republic Act (R.A) No. 7227, otherwise known as the “Bases Conversion and Development Act of 1992”. Effective December 14, 2009, the lease agreement between Bloomberry and SBMA was mutually rescinded. Bloomberry primary purpose is to subscribe, acquire, hold, sell, assign or dispose of shares of stock and other securities of any corporation, including those engaged in hotel and/or gaming and entertainment business, without engaging in dealership in securities or in the stock brokerage business or in the business of an investment company, to the extent permitted by law, and to be involved in the management and operations of such investee companies; and to guarantee the obligations of its subsidiaries or affiliates or any entity in which the Parent Company has lawful interest.
Bloomberry’s shares of stock are publicly traded in the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE).
The Parent Company’s registered office address is at The Executive Offices, Solaire Resort & Casino, 1 Asean Avenue, Entertainment City, Tambo, Parañaque City.
Solaire is one of the Philippines’ first premium/luxury hotel and gaming resort. The 16-hectare gaming and integrated resort complex along Asean Avenue in Parañaque City is the first casino to operate within Entertainment City. BRHI, as the license holder, operates the casino while Sureste operates the hotel and non-gaming business.
On March 16, 2013, BRHI and Sureste commenced commercial operations, upon completion of Phase 1 of Solaire, now referred to as the Bay Tower, along with the opening of the main gaming area and initial non-gaming amenities, such as Solaire’s hotel, food and beverage outlets.
On November 22, 2014, the Group opened the Sky Tower, which was previously referred to as Phase 1A development of Solaire. Contiguous to the existing Solaire Resort and Casino, the Sky Tower consist of a 312 all-suite hotel, additional ten gaming salons, an exclusive Chinese restaurant and a whisky and cigar bar for VIP gamers, state-of-the art meeting rooms and a lyrical theater. The Sky Tower also features two restaurants.
G&L operated a hotel and casino property in Jeju, Korea under the brand name “T.H.E Hotel” and “LVegas Casino”. Upon takeover of operation by Bloomberry, the property was rebranded as “Jeju Sun Hotel & Casino” (Jeju Sun). The property consists of 202-room hotel with 5 Hibiscus rating, 2,000 square meters of gaming operation with 36 tables and 20 electronic gaming machines. The property has four F&B outlets to service its hotel guest and casino players. The casino operation of Jeju Sun was suspended in May 2015 in order to renovate and expand the gaming area of the property. On September 15, 2015, Jeju Sun resumed its casino operations.