Would you like to watch Dua Lipa live on Sept. 14 in a spacious suite or sing-along to Sam Smith’s hits on his Oct. 5 concert here in the country sitting in a plush seat at a viewing deck just above the lower box section?
A great view, comfortable space, and top-notch services for sporting event fans and concert-goers. These are the perks offered at SM Mall of Asia Arena’s Premier Suites—private deluxe rooms that offer an exclusive spot to enjoy the arena’s events.
The Premier Suites feature a lounge with large, comfortable couches and hanging plasma screen televisions, spacious restrooms, and fully-equipped mini bars.
Private butlers are also stationed in the suites to attend to the varied needs of guests. Meals can also be served straight to the suite from the Premier Café, the arena’s exclusive restaurant.
Guests may opt to stay in the suite and watch the event through the glass-paneled viewing deck, or get a closer look at the viewing deck outside.
Unlike other international event venues where corporate boxes are typically on the topmost level, the Premier Suites are located just above the lower box section, making it one of the most coveted seats during live events.
The arena houses 31 suites for long-term partners, while 10 suites are available on a per-event basis. According to the MOA Arena website, the Premium Suites can go for about P9 million to P12 million and entitles suite-holders season pass for all of the arena’s entertainment and sporting events.
“We believe that innovations like the Premier Suites, as well as our cutting-edge facilities, bring us closer to our goal of helping the country become one of Asia’s leading entertainment destinations,” said Herman Medina-Cue, chief operations officer of SM Lifestyle Entertainment, Inc.
Aside from a prime spot to watch live entertainment, the suites can also be a venue for corporate and private functions of partners and their stakeholders.
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