True to its mission to give back to the community, Diamond Hotel Philippines recently turned over a donation to Kanlungan ni Maria, an organization with advocacy to support homeless and abandoned elderly.
During the holiday season, the hotel conducted a charity drive and encouraged its guests to give joy to the elderly by giving a donation and in exchange Christmas ornaments with their names were placed at the lobby Charity Tree.
The hotel wishes to extend its gratitude to all the guests who shared their blessings and showed kindness to its charity beneficiary.
Meanwhile, exciting offers and discounts await guests of Diamond Hotel Philippines this March in celebration of Women’s Month, International Day of Happiness and Earth Hour.
For the ladies in your life and the women who’ve changed the world, pamper and rejuvenate with health and leisure discounts and an online exclusive dining offer available all month long.
Celebrate Women’s month with a 30 percent discount on Health Club membership, and a 20 percent off on body treatments. Moreover, spoil her with a lavish buffet spread at 50 percent off on lunch and dinner buffet at Corniche when you book online at diamondhotel.com.
It’s time to party with the girl friends at the hottest bar in Manila bay. The hotel’s Bar27 is honoring all women with a 50 percent discount on cocktail drinks every Monday for the whole month of March.
On March 20, make someone’s day a little brighter by sharing a smile. Spread happiness and celebrate the International Day of Happiness while you dine with family and friends in any of the restaurants. To keep the positive spirit for diners, the hotel will give away Emoji stress balls.
Take your part in the conservation of planet Earth and preservation of Mother nature. Raise a glass to this movement with a 60% discount on standard drinks at Corniche, Lobby Lounge, Yurakuen, Bar27 and Poolside bar on March 30.
The hotel encourages guests to participate in the Earth Hour and switch their lights out at 8:30PM in support of this cause.
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