Summer, as we know it, is over and now start the cold showers.
But fear not getting wet as F1 Hotel Manila rolls out indulgent deals. From July 1 to August 30, for only P7,200 per night, try F1 Hotel Manila's Rainy Day Package good for two persons. Experience an overnight stay with free use of swimming pool and gym facilities together with complimentary in-room massage for two to end your day's activities with every bit of relaxation for both your body and mind.
F1 Hotel Manila also indulges you to make your night a little exciting at the Canary Lounge with a glass of Frozen Margarita tropically mixed with guyabano and guava. Pair this tropical thirst-quencher with Seafood ala Plancha – a variety of crustacean bits sizzled on a pan and topped with mushroom and assorted spices.
Nothing beats a fun night other than a freshly-made breakfast in the morning. The Rainy Day Package also includes a breakfast buffet for two that would make your morning worth getting out of the bed for.
For lunch, F1 Hotel Manila sets its tables up with a variety of traditional Filipino cuisine. Available daily for only P600 net per meal, fill your tummy with Luzon's Finest for the whole month of June, Visayan Pride for July, and Mindanao's Delight for August.
Straying away from tradition, on the other hand, is a good idea when it comes to delightful desserts. Satisfy your deepest, darkest craving with our Deep Chocolate Dark Forest Cake – a decadent chocolate cake layered with multiple stacks of sponge cake and filled with whipped cream topped with cherries for only P1,200 net.
Located at 32nd Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, guests may call 908-7888 or follow @f1hotelmanila on Facebook and Instagram for inquiries and reservations.
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