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Feast for a king at Novotel Manila Araneta Center

Treat your dad like a king this Father’s Day weekend with unlimited feasts at Novotel Manila Araneta Center.

Feast for a king at Novotel Manila Araneta Center

Delight in an Asian-themed lunch or dinner buffet with spicy authentic Indian cuisine and nostalgic savory Filipino dishes at Food Exchange Manila for only P1888 per person. And for every three full-paying guests, dad gets to eat for free! You may also opt to spike it up with unlimited beer or unlimited D-I-Y cocktails for an additional P650 nett.

Dining dads will receive gifts and a chance to personally meet surprise PBA celebrities. Plus, lucky fathers may get additional treats from Food Exchange Manila.

If you want a more relaxing outdoor feel with live band entertainment without leaving the metro, go up #The6thManila for a sunset by the pool barbecue feast. On June 14 and 15, starting at 6 p.m., take a dip while enjoying fresh off-the-grill meat and seafood barbecue buffet, free-flowing beer, live cooking stations of sisig, grilled mussels and shrimps, Mongolian or Teppanyaki rice and a lot more for only P1,588 per person.

For families who would want to spend more time with dad, a staycation package good for two adults and two kids 15 years old and below is available starting at P6,000 nett. This includes a complimentary buffet lunch or dinner buffet voucher for Dad and 30 percent off per companion per buffet once availed.

De-stress and spoil your father with the perfect gift to relax and enjoy – a 90-minute pampering treatment at In Balance Spa, one of the five awardees in the Philippines of the ASEAN Spa Services Standard. For only P2200 he’ll be treated to a 30 minute organic red rice body scrub and 60 minute combination massage.

“Here at Novotel Manila Araneta Center, we value celebrations that bring families closer together. Our team continues to provide personalized moments for our guests to cherish and remember,” said Novotel Manila Araneta Center General Manager Mike Brown.

Topics: Father’s Day , Novotel Manila Araneta Center , Food Exchange Manila , Mike Brown
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