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Check that list, shop early for holiday gifts

One way to avoid, or at least lessen, the holiday stress is by shopping early. Avoid the crowd, avoid the lines, and have a merry Christmas.  

The country’s premier integrated resort, Resorts World Manila (RWM) houses a variety of retail outlets and brands open to shoppers. 

The latest iPhone is now available for reservation at The Exclusives.
The latest iPhone is now available for reservation at The Exclusives. 
Streetwear brand Vans, and classic casual wear Dickies recently opened their retail outlets at RWM. The casual fashion brands’ iconic footwear and apparel are displayed at the Garden Wing on the third floor of Newport Mall. 

Other popular brands and shops are also open to cater to everyone’s shopping needs. Mall-goers are assured of safety within the entire RWM complex, as the Newport Mall boasts 100 percent vaccination rate of all retail frontliners.

RWM has also opened its signature retail outlet, The Exclusives Store, at the ground floor gaming area of the Grand Wing. It carries a curated selection of premium branded items from gadgets to apparel and accessories, as well premium signature delights from RWM’s food outlets.

Marriott Cafe’s pastries
Marriott Cafe’s pastries
The premium gift boxes of Marriott Cafe’s popular pastries are available in seven different sets starting at P658 net. For reservations and inquiries, contact 0917-872-8753. 

Customers can pay for purchases at The Exclusives Store using RWM membership points, cash, and credit cards.

Those eyeing the new Apple iPhone 13 can also place their orders at The Exclusives Store, open daily from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. 

Topics: Resorts World Manila , holiday gifts , Marriott Cafe , The Exclusives Store
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