MANILA, FEBRUARY 2, 2012 (MALAYA) MANILA is a vibrant city full of life, history, and culture and Manila Hotel invites everyone to relive the past, reminisce the complex yet poignant moments of our time, re-trace the paths of the valiant heroes, and rediscover the stories inside the Walled City of Intramuros.

Recognizing the important role of Manila to further boost the tourism in the country, Manila Hotel extends its support by introducing Manila Revisited, a special room package inclusive of an Intramuros Tour and other exclusive privileges at the Hotel.

This two and a half hour tour will take guests to the historical Walled City and Rizal Park on a horse drawn carriage and historical anecdotes will be provided by a certified guide from Castillian Carriage and Tour Services.

The tour will include a visit to Fort Santiago, Rizalís Execution Site, Casa Manila, Palacio del Gobernador, Manila Cathedral, San Augustin Church, and the former headquarters of General Douglas MacArthur.

After a day of remembering the rich history of Old Manila, your room at Manila Hotel is lavishly prepared to give you a relaxing haven furnished with world class amenities.

Rejuvenate at the Manila Hotel Health Club and enjoy the calm at the Pool and Garden Area and stay connected and up to date with complimentary 24-hour WiFi connection.

This room package also includes a buffet breakfast and welcome fruits and drinks.

Superior Deluxe is priced at PhP 7,500.00 NET for single occupancy and PhP 8,500.00 NET for double occupancy.

Sunset/Sunrise suite is priced at PhP 15,500.00 NET for single occupancy and PhP 16,500.00 NET for double occupancy.

A Celebration of Love Jan 30, 2012 MANILA HOTEL

From first dates and first dances to marriage proposals and grand wedding receptions, the Manila Hotel has been the setting to innumerable love stories over the years.

Much can be attributed to Manila Hotelís palatial splendor which inspires love to flourish and set the perfect backdrop for romance to blossom.

For the month of February, Manila Hotel offers Romantic Splendor, a specially tailored room package that includes buffet breakfast at Cafť Ilang-Ilang, complimentary one hour Manila Hotel Signature Massage, a bottle of wine, free Internet access, and use of Health Club facilities and swimming pool. Price starts at PhP 7, 250.00 NET.

And what better way to woo your valentineís heart than with a sumptuous and lavish feast? On February 13 and February 14, take your special someone on a gastronomic journey of the world at Cafť Ilang-Ilang with its nine live cooking stations featuring international cuisines and desserts for PhP 2,500.00 NET.

Profess your love under a romantic night sky and dine at the Pool and Garden Alfresco where you can enjoy a delightful Churrasco dinner buffet for PhP 1,500.00 ++ per person. To add some sizzle to your date, fire dancers and reggae music will entertain all diners for the rest of the evening.

For a more intimate dining affair, the Champagne Room is offering a special menu degustation for PhP 2,500.00 NET and a food and wine pairing menu for PhP 3,000.00 NET.

Rediscover the pleasures of dining and rekindle the flames of love at the Champagne Room with its romantic European ambience and opulent service.

For a filling Chinese food, Mabuhay Palace offers a hearty feast of authentic Cantonese cuisines from February 10 to 14. Special set menus are offered during lunch and dinner. Price starts at PhP 2,000.00 NET per person.

As a toast to love, the hotelís Lobby Lounge is also offering sweet and spirited cocktail concoctions for PhP 280 net. For the perfect Valentine gift, luscious chocolate pralines and Heartís Desire, a delectable cake made of chocolate Ferrero with strawberry macaron are available at the delicatessen.

Large whole cake is priced at PhP 1,300.00 NET and medium whole cake is priced at PhP 850.00 NET.

Let your love unfold at the idyllic Manila Hotel. Echoing Ernest Hemingway, it is a good story if it is like Manila Hotel. Make yours today.

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Chief News Editor: Sol Jose Vanzi

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