The Bellevue Hotels & Resorts’ business hotel brands B Hotel Alabang and B Hotel Quezon City offer Yuletide surprises to make families feel at home away from home.
Families and friends staying in the south can spend a three-day, two-night stay in B Hotel Alabang’s Standard Room with its Holi-Deal promo for P7,777nett from Fridays through Mondays ongoing until Dec. 20. The promotion is inclusive of daily breakfast for two, P500 worth of credits at Prime Café, and a special holiday treat.
Meanwhile, the QC property offers Stay with B promo valid until Dec. 30, inclusive of breakfast for two, and 20 percent discount at Lobby Café, Pastry Corner, and Johnny’s Steak and Grill (with minimum purchase of P1,000).
B Hotel Alabang celebrates the season with a unique voice-activated Christmas tree lighting ceremony. Christmas trees at Bellevue’s other properties simultaneously lit up as The Bellevue Manila managing director Patrick Chan commanded his virtual assistant, “Light up the trees!”
Chan said this year’s Christmas tree lighting tradition is full of new and delightful surprises, in line with the hotel group’s environmental milestones this year. The group also announced its partnership with the World Wide Fund for Nature Philippines for the Ayoko ng Plastik and Just One campaigns, as the donation box was turned over to WWF Philippines president and chief executive Jose Angelito Palma.
The campaigns aim to reduce the single-use plastics in the hotels to help protect the environment.
Because of its environment-friendly initiatives, The Bellevue Resort—Bohol has a received number of accolades including ASEAN Green Hotel Award for 2018-2020, ASEAN MICE Venue Award for 2018-2020, TripAdvisor 2018 Top 10 Hotels for Value for Money, 2018 Top 25 Hotels in the Philippines, and 2018 Top 25 Hotels for Service.
Visit www.thebellevue.com or call B Hotel Quezon City at (02) 990-5000 or B Hotel Alabang at (02) 828-8181 for more information.
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