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Explore Resorts World Manila

TOURISTS and travelers are in for a treat with Resorts World Manila (RWM), the Philippines’ first integrated resort, as it celebrates its tenth year.

Just right across the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 and connected by the Runway Manila footbridge, RWM offers a convenient stay for tourists and travelers as they do not have to stay far from the airport.

RWM mark its tenth year as it introduces new hotel brands to tourists and travelers.

“As the Philippines sees unprecedented growth in international tourist arrivals, along with a boom in domestic tourism, RWM has expanded and upgraded its hotel segment to include major global hospitality brands,” the company said in a statement.

Holiday Inn Express Manila (HIEx Manila), Hilton Manila, and Sheraton Manila Hotel join the roster of hotels in the property this year. Also located within the RWM property are Maxims Hotel, Hotel Marriott Hotel, Belmot Hotel Manila, and Savoy Hotel Manila.

InterContinental Hotels Group’s (IHG) HIEx Manila is their largest HIEx property in Southeast Asia with a whopping 737 rooms.

“Providing value-for-money accommodations with world-class standards for the smart traveler, HIEx Manila also has a myriad of evening entertainment options with House Manila, La Maison, and Madame Wong’s,” RWM said.

The five-star Hilton Manila is set to accommodate all kinds of travelers with its 390 rooms. The accommodations range from deluxe guestrooms, two-story lofts, one bedroom suites, and a presidential suite, among others.

With its well-appointed guestrooms, Sheraton Manila is tailored to meet the needs of not only families but also business and leisure travelers. Guests staying here will have a comfortable stay in their 357 well-furnished and spacious guestrooms and suites.

Aside from the three new hotels, Hotel Okura Manila will also soon open at RWM. The hotel will have an all-suite accommodation featuring signature Japanese elegance. Once Hotel Okura Manila is completed, RWM will have nearly 3,600 rooms.

Aside from its comfortable accommodation, the hotel is also among the prime locations in the bustling Metro Manila for meetings and conferences with its Mice (meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions) facilities.

Being one of the most diversified integrated resort in the country, RWM also boasts a wide range of retail stores, a variety of restaurants offering food of different cuisines, and gaming areas.

Housing the Newport Performing Arts Theater and other entertainment facilities, guests staying within the property will not be bored. Currently, RWM, together with the Full House Theater Company (FHTC) is holding the second run of Ang Huling El Bimbo, which is based on the songs of an iconic 90’s Philippine rock band at the Newport Performing Arts Theater until April 14, 2019.

Traveling is also made easier with RWM with the opening of its Travelers Lounge in partnership with Cebu Pacific.

“The satellite check-in lounge is the first of its kind in the Philippines and is now open to serve passengers of Cebu Pacific flights departing from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3,” RWM said.

Located at the ground floor of the RWM’s Newport Mall, Cebu Pacific passengers have the option to check-in for their flights during mall hours or up to eight hours before their scheduled flights.

RWM is also rolling out promotions for travelers who will be staying or passing by their property.

Through its Arrive and Stay promotion, passengers can present their boarding passes at Holiday Inn Express Manila Newport City, Belmont Hotel Manila, or the Savoy Hotel Manila to avail of an overnight stay for two with free buffet breakfast for only P5,500 net.

Whether you are looking for a place to stay, entertainment, or a gastronomic adventure, RWM is poised to give you just that with the convenience of being right across the airport.


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