An Ultimate Eggscape: Lenten Season Deals at I'M Hotel
posted April 16, 2019 at 04:30 pm
Beat the holiday traffic as there will be no need to travel out of the metro this Holy Week.
I’M Hotel, located along the corner of Makati and Kalayaan Avenue, is hosting its Easter Party on April 21st. The Grand Narra Ballroom will be transformed into a haven of excitement and fun. For just P2,000 nett per adult, and P1,200 for children 12 and below, participants will be treated to tons of food, freebies, and activities.
The Easter program includes an extensive premium buffet spread, face painting, nail and towel art, magic acts, and live circus acts. The hotel is also debuting a larger than life candy house filled to the brim with candies and snacks for the kids to grab.
Parents stand to win I'M Hotel, Antidote Rooftop Bar and I'M Onsen Spa raffle prizes.
Entrance will be free for children aged 2 and below, as long as they are accompanied by their parents or guardians.
Guests can also book an all-inclusive spa package at the number 1 spa in Manila on Tripadvisor for only P1,950 nett. I’M Onsen Spa, the country’s largest urban spa, offers the right combination of nourishment for mind, body, and soul. The all-inclusive spa package includes a buffet at The Common Good, a food playground with 9 dining stations and a mouth-watering array of novel international delights. Buffet hours are from 4 pm-10 pm daily. Guests who wish to have spa treatments without a buffet can also opt for a la carte spa packages from P1,550 nett only when they visit the spa from opening time till 4pm daily.
For those seeking a total experience at I’M Hotel, an Eastercation is imperative. For a room bundled with 2 adult tickets (or 1 adult and 2 child tickets) to Easter Carnival Safari event, rates start at only P8,400 nett.
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