Airline passengers with layovers or long wait times can take advantage of the newly opened Travelers Lounge at Resorts World Manila.
The lounge offers satellite check-in services for flights departing from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3. First to enjoy its benefits is budget airline Cebu Pacific.
“CEB passengers have the opportunity to enjoy the amenities and attractions at Resorts World Manila—which is directly connected to NAIA T3, while waiting for their flights,” said Javier Massot, vice president for Airport Services at Cebu Pacific.
To ensure that nobody misses their flights while enjoying RWM’s attractions and amenities, there are real-time flight status digital boards located at the lounge.
Getting to NAIA T3 from RWM is easy via Runway Manila, an air-conditioned, elevated walkway that directly connects Newport City to the airport. Free shuttle vans regularly make the rounds from Newport Mall and RWM hotels to the Runway Manila entrance from where passengers can walk to the airport within five minutes.
“We’re very pleased to have this partnership with the Philippines’ biggest budget airline,” enthused Stephen Reilly, chief operating officer of Resorts World Manila.
He continued, “They fly hundreds of thousands of local and international tourists on their planes daily and we are glad to provide these travelers with the option of spending their pre-boarding hours enjoying the many thrills RWM has to offer.”
As an added treat for those who check-in at the satellite lounge, RWM is giving 300 pesos worth of non-negotiable slots credits, and P150 discount vouchers for every minimum P500 spend at RWM signature restaurants Impressions, Passion, Ginzadon, Café Maxims, and gaming area restaurants Silk Road, Silogue, Victoria Harbour Café, and Franks.
Resorts World Manila, however, clarifies that travelers with flights are responsible for reaching their boarding gates on time and they are encouraged to check the flight status boards around the property to allow enough time to reach the airport.
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