WHAT: Waterfront Insular Hotel’s green and white-themed gala to honor its top clients for the past year.
Where: Waterfront’s Garden Pavilion
Who came: The hotel’s top clients and loyal partners.
“2017 was a banner year for Waterfront Davao and we owe it to all of you,” said Antoniette Elmido, Waterfront Hotels’ Group Sales Manager for VisMin, at the celebratory toast. The hotel’s management and culinary team raised their glasses to everyone who was honored that night.
The hotel’s annual Clients Appreciation party is marked as one of its biggest events. This year, the Garden Pavilion was transformed into a green and white indoor garden where the year’s top clients were wined, dined and honored.
Hotel manager Bryan Yves Lasala expressed his sincere thanks to the 36 awardees and 180 for their unwavering support to the hotel. As a treat, the hotel treated the guests to a pleasurable night of exquisite dining with a four-piece gourmet series and the live musical performances of show violinist Jake Juleous Brian Gacang, and the Rhythm and Strings band.
Receiving awards were the top clients from the government, non-government, travel, medical, media, corporate sectors.
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DAVAO. Hosts. Waterfront's Chef Giovanni Sias, Jenny Romero, Hotel Manager Bryan Yves Lasalas, Eccee Gamalong & Chef Bien Chavez. (Jinggoy I. Salvador)
DAVAO. Guest performer. Show violinist Jake Juleous Brian Gacang. (Jinggoy I. Salvador)
DAVAO. A toast. Honoring 2017 top clients, Waterfront's Antoniette Elmido & Bryan Yves Lasalas. (Jinggoy I. Salvador)
September 08, 2018
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