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Reflection and celebration: Easter holiday in the metro

The Christian holiday Easter and the observance of Holy Week offer a time for everyone, regardless of religion, to reflect and relax for a few days. So when the offices close and most establishments shut down, take advantage of your time off and gather the family to any these premier hotels in the metro.

Serene getaway at F1 Hotel Manila

Tranquility is no longer exclusive to the countryside, as BGC-based F1 Hotel Manila offers a holistic holiday promotion that allows guests to take a rest and fulfill Lenten traditions without leaving the city.

The hotel’s Easter Room Package, available from March 26 to April 1, offers an overnight stay in a City Suite for P5,400 net or in a Fort Suite for P6,600 net, inclusive of breakfast for two and discounted rate for the Easter Party.

The Easter Party for kids, dubbed the Summer Safari Easter Party, will let them unleash their wild and imaginative side while they participate in the traditional egg hunting activity and enjoy brunch buffet, magic show, and whole lot of fun games, giveaways, and surprises. Ticket is priced at P1,188 net.

F1 joins those cutting meat from their diet in observance of the Lenten season by offering lighter buffet options from March 29 to 31 for P888 net per person.

Call (02) 908-7888 or email inquiry@f1hotelsandresorts.com for inquiries and more information.

Super staycation at New World Makati

Exciting adventure awaits “staycationers” at New World Makati. Families who want to take advantage of the holiday may book a room starting at P6,000. Each room package comes with Easter treats, complimentary Wi-Fi Internet connection, and two tickets to the Heroes vs. Villains party on Easter Sunday. 

The hotel prepared an afternoon of egg hunts, games, bubble show, bouncy castle, game booths, and more for children joining the Easter Sunday party. One ticket, priced at P1,200, is equivalent to access for one adult and one kid. The participant with the best costume will take home the top prize. 

Two adults with children dining at Cafe 1228 on Easter Sunday Brunch will receive one ticket. Jasmine Restaurant will also give one ticket for every set menu available on Easter. 

Call (02) 811-6888 for reservations and more information. 

Rafa the Rabbit at Makati Shangri-La

Delightful rabbit, Rafa the Rabbit will welcome guests spending the holiday at Makati Shangri-La. A special rate from today until April 1 starts at P8,500 net per night. This room package comes with breakfast buffet for two adults and two kids below 6 years old, 20 percent discount on Easter Sunday Family Fair tickets, access to Holy Week Fun Activities, and a Rafa the Rabbit welcome amenity. 

A palate and visual treat at the lobby is Rafa’s Grand Easter House which will display sweet treats, such as chocolate bunnies, chocolate eggs, and other Sinfully Circles’ collection of chocolatey Easter goodies. 

Parents staying today until March 31 can keep their littles ones entertained with chocolate egg decorating, arts and crafts activities, and movie screenings. Come Easter Sunday, children will get to meet and greet Rafa the Rabbit and will be treated to a giant playground of inflatables, game booths, music show, and loot bags during the special Easter Egg Hunt. Tickets to the fun event is priced at P1,500 per person (adult or child). 

Call (02) 813-8888 or email reservations.slm@shangri-la.com for inquiries and reservations. 

Delightful vacation at Diamond Hotel 

Take a break and treat the whole family to an overnight stay in Diamond Hotel’s Deluxe room for only P5,500 net. The room package is inclusive of buffet breakfast for two at Corniche, access to the Health Club and Spa and swimming pool, 20 percent discount on massage and laundry, and one ticket to the hotel’s Easter Party.

The Diamond Ballroom will transform into a wonderful wonderland filled with dancing, singing, playing, and lots of goodies on Easter Sunday. The event features face painting, glitter tattoo, fun games, a kid’s salon, and live musical entertainment. Ticket, priced at P1,000 net per person, is inclusive of a snack box filled with delicious goodies. Participants will get a chance to win an XK X252 Shuttle Quadcopter Drone in the grand raffle draw. 

Call (02) 528-3000 for reservations and inquiries. 

Hop and relax at Eastwood Richmonde Hotel

Have a “hoppy” celebration and a relaxing vacation when you avail any of Eastwood Richmonde Lenten room packages. 

Those taking a break on March 29 to 31 can avail of the Richmonde Experience Room Package, which comes with breakfast buffet for two adults and two children below 5 years old, Wi-Fi connection, access to the hotel’s facilities, and 15 percent discount on food and beverage orders, for only P3,999 net. Those spending the night on April 1, Easter, can avail of the Easter Celebration Room Package, which comes with breakfast buffet for two, Wi-Fi access, use of the gym and pool, 15 percent discount on food and beverage orders, and two tickets to the Easter Egg Hunt Party, all for P5,800 net. 

Families are in for a treat at the Easter Eggs-travaganza Kiddie Party, happening on Sunday from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Grand Ballroom. It will be a fantastic afternoon where participants can don the outfit of their favorite bunny rabbit character and delight in the kiddie Easter egg hunt and magic show, merienda buffet, an assortment of snacks stations, photo booth and glitter tattoo, and the costume parade where both children and adults with the best themed costume can win prizes. Tickets are priced at P850 nett per head (adult or child). Children 2 years old and below can participate for free if accompanied by a paying adult.  

Call (02) 570-7777 for reservations and more information. 

Topics: Holiday Easter , Holy Week

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