Mandarin Oriental Manila launches Family Weekend Promotion

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 10 November 2009

The Mandarin Oriental, Manila, located in a quiet location within the central Makati Business District, has launched an overnight room package for families: the Family Weekend Getaway package.

The package, starting at PHP6,000 for single occupancy and PHP6,500 for double occupancy, includes an overnight stay; buffet breakfast for a maximum of two adults and two children aged five years and below; a complimentary extra bed, and a credit of PHP500 per stay, which guests can use at the Spa or at the hotels food and beverage outlets in addition to room service. Children aged 12 and below are free of charge when sharing a room with parents.

The Mandarin Oriental, Manila provides complimentary hourly shuttle service daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. to designated drop-off points in the Ayala and Rockwell commercial areas.

For those that prefer to relax in the hotels luxurious surrounds, the relaxing poolside offers a resort-like oasis in the middle of the city. For pampering, The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Manila, offers distinctive treatments including Mandarin Orientals signature Time Ritual, a journey of the senses booked in blocks of time. In-room massage is also offered 24 hours for those who prefer the privacy and comfort of their own room.

The dining choices offered by the hotels seven restaurants and bars cater to any gustatory whim, from fine dining at The Tivoli, to Chinese specialties at Tin Hau, all-day dining at Paseo Uno, light fare at Mandarin Deli, to signature cocktails at trendy hotspot Martinis.

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