Did not have a chance to take a break or bond with family or friends over the holidays? Thankfully promos at hotels happen all year round.
Ortigas-based Discovery Suites continues being a home in the big city with its rates for an overnight stay starting at P5,200 nett.
Available today until Jan. 31, the promo includes breakfast buffet for two, high-speed Internet access, as well as access to fitness center, kiddie playroom, and swimming pool.
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Over in Iloilo, Richmonde Hotel joins in the celebration of Dinagyang festival, whose highlights are happening on Jan. 24, 25, 26.
Located within the township of Iloilo Business Park at the heart of Mandurriao, Richmonde provides easy access to the different venues of Dinagyang activities around the city. Room rates on Jan. 24-26 start at P6,800 nett for Deluxe Room, P7,300 nett for Premier Room, and P12,800 nett for One Bedroom Suite.
Promos are valid for either single or double occupancy and include breakfast buffet for up to two adults and two children 5 years old and below, Wi-Fi access, and use of the hotel’s gym and swimming pool.
The hotel’s in-house restaurant The Granary is serving a sumptuous spread during Dinagyang Festival Dinner Buffets on Jan. 24-26 from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. The starters, soups, salads, entrées, carvings, action stations, and desserts consist of an appetizing mix of Filipino items and global cuisine.
Dinagyang partygoers can end the day with a delicious recovery meal courtesy of The Granary’s special “Hangover Buffet” served from 11:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. Dishes include arroz caldo with biscocho, pancit molo with paborita, batchoy with puto manapla, and pata with pandesal. There are rice topping choices of pork tocino with garlic rice, chicken inasal with adobo rice, and karne frita with kalkag fried rice.
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