Conrad Manila concludes the Lenten season and celebrates the coming holidays with extravagant festivities such as the “Easter Feast” at its award-winning Brasserie on 3, premium Easter goodies from Bru Coffee Bar, and an elevated “Afternoon Tea by the Bay” at C Lounge.
Available on Easter Sunday, April 9, Executive Chef Warren Brown takes guests and patrons on a gastronomic journey through the Philippines’ rich and vibrant kitchens with an Easter-themed buffet spread at Brasserie on 3, the hotel’s all-day restaurant. Buffet highlights include sustainable seafood paluto, prime ribs, as well as a playful dessert station with traditional Easter favorites such as chocolate bunnies and eggs, complemented by local and colorful kakanin or Filipino rice cakes from different regions.
The “Easter Feast” on April 9 is priced at P3,500 nett per person, available for lunch and dinner.
The little ones dining at any of Conrad Manila’s F&B outlets with their parents or adult companions are invited to come in their favorite Easter costumes and take part in special Kiddie Afternoon Activities such as the traditional Easter Egg Hunt, Face Painting, Balloon Twisting, Magic Show and more. The Easter Egg Festival is open from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Roosevelt function room on the Third Level.
At C Lounge, elevate your afternoons with Conrad Manila’s signature teas best paired with delicately hand-crafted sweet and savory Easter-inspired light bites. Available for the whole month of April from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., “Afternoon By The Bay” at C Lounge is priced at P2,688.
Now through April 9, Conrad Manila’s Bru Coffee Bar presents a colorful selection of Easter Chocolate Bunnies, Surprise Eggs, Signature cakes, and more, all available to order online for takeaway or delivery. Prices start at P150 nett.
For guests who wish to pamper their body and mind, award-winning Conrad Spa is offering a deeply nourishing coffee scrub followed by its signature healing massage. And to complete the rejuvenating journey, let the rich flavors of BRU Coffee Bar’s specialty coffees awaken the senses. Conrad Spa’s “Easter Bliss” is priced at P5,000, available month-long.
Enjoy a fun-filled day of activities with your favorite Disney characters plus a hotel-style buffet on Easter Sunday. Happening at Tivoli Royale Country Club’s Game Center, this family-perfect activity is an event no one would surely want to miss.
For only P1,200 for adults (12 years old and above) and kids (4 to 11 years old), and 1,000 for toddlers (three years old and below), “Egg-Citing Wonderland” is set to delight everyone from parents to children.
Tivoli’s fun-filled Easter event, in partnership with Wonderfun Talents & Events, Lotus Biscoff, and Daily Fix Granola, presents an egg hunt adventure to go with a well-rounded 5-star hotel-style lunch buffet. Making the celebration extra special is the chance to bond with everyone’s favorite Disney characters, such as Frozen’s Queen Elsa and Princess Anna and Encanto’s Mirabel.
There are four delectable stations, along with a salad bar, prepared by Executive Chef Jonnel Roxas and his team. Dig into an assortment of bread and pastries that include egg brioche and ham and bacon quiche. Tivoli Royale Country Club’s signature hot dishes from beef tapa to country fried chicken and gravy to hoisin roaster pork with prunes are guaranteed crowd-pleasers, together with brunch favorites such as mini pancakes and waffles. Top it all off with a sweet choice between bircher muesli parfait and seasonal fresh fruit cocktail.
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The splendors of Easter
A spectacular line-up of Easter experiences and treats are in store at City of Dreams Manila. Families can relish the joyous occasion with a fun-filled Easter event at DreamPlay or a splendid Sunday brunch at Nobu Manila and complement their revelry with Eastertime chocolates and delicate pastries and cakes at Café Society. A staycation also beckons with a special welcome Easter amenity.
DreamPlay, the world’s first DreamWorks-inspired family entertainment center, presents the annual Ultimate Easter Eggstravaganza. This exclusive Easter event for passholders will be held on April 9, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., and registration starts at 9:30 a.m. The facilities will be open to the public from 3:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Over at Nobu Manila, the restaurant hosts an Easter edition of its popular Sunday brunch that athe innovative new-style Japanese cuisine globally popularized by the famed Chef Nobu Matsuhisa and some dishes with local flavors.
The Nobu brunch concept combines all-you-can-eat dishes in an a la carte menu with a buffet spread.
Nobu Easter brunch is open from 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and price starts at P4, 303. net per person for the Regular package, inclusive of non-alcoholic beverages and mocktails.
Until April 9, Café Society will delight chocoholics and the sweet-toothed with a selection of Easter treats and showpieces that are almost too cute to eat. Handcrafted chocolates masterfully prepared by chocolatiers showcase Easter bunny and duck chocolates, oversized chocolate eggs containing eight praline eggs, whimsical egg chocolates with bunnies, and chocolate chicks.
A Lenten Staycation at Nuwa Manila, Nobu Hotel, and Hyatt Regency Manila
Guests availing of a luxurious staycation experience at the three Forbes Travel Guide-rated hotels Nüwa Manila, Nobu Hotel, and Hyatt Regency Manila, from Maundy Thursday (April 6) to Easter Sunday (April 9), will be treated to a special welcome gift of Easter meringue lollipops.
Hotel Okura Manila’s offerings for Holy Week
In harmony with the Holy Week observation in the Philippines and the spring season in Japan, Hotel Okura Manila presents an array of its warmest offerings from staycations to meat-free dishes, and exciting events for the kids and the whole family.
The hotel located at Newport World Resorts makes for a soulful escape right at the heart of the city, where the signature Japanese omotenashi and the sacredness of Filipino tradition come together.
Step into Japan’s spring season with clear skies, warm sunshine, and a relaxing staycation at the hotel. The Haru room packages offer a magical journey to the land of the rising sun without leaving the metro. These include a special welcome amenity, daily breakfast for two adults and two kids, P2,000 food and beverage credits at Yamazato Restaurant, and access to the fitness center and outdoor swimming pool. The Haru room package price starts at P15,000 nett per night. Booking dates are from March 20 to April 10 for the stay period beginning April 1 to 15.
Easter, a celebration of rebirth, is a little sweeter with a selection of desserts. Crafted by the hotel’s pastry team, these treats are available until April 9.
Indulge at the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant Yawaragi from Holy Monday to Easter Sunday. Choose from an assortment of Meat-free Teishoku lunch sets served with rice and various side dishes made available until April 9, price starts at P850 per set.
By Easter Sunday, delectable delights and special surprises fill the bountiful-Japanese inspired Easter celebration at Yawaragi. The Easter brunch offerings include robatayaki-grilled yakitori, assorted fresh sashimi, Japanese hot dishes, and signature roast carving. To top off the springtime celebration, children can delight in festive fun with egg painting activities and entertainment.
The Easter brunch is available on April 9 from 12:00 nn to 3:00 p.m. for P3,700 per person.