Egg-citing Easter at Novotel Manila

Let your child’s fantasy come alive for an egg-citing cause-play egg hunt party at the Monet Grand Ballroom of Novotel Manila Araneta Center on April 21, 2019.

Egg-citing Easter at Novotel Manila

Children and kids-at-heart are invited to dress up as their favorite characters and enjoy an afternoon of exciting kiddie activities with lots of goodies and sweet treats.

Tickets are priced at Php 1,200 per person. However, a ten percent discount can be availed per ticket when you bring pre-loved books and school supplies as donation for the kids from our partner organization, The Virlanie Foundation.

To make things more exciting, book an Easter Family Staycation starting at Php 6,800 and not only enjoy free breakfast for two at Food Exchange Manila but also get complimentary two hours use of Kids Club by Novotel, choose between two tickets to Art in Island or two tickets to Gateway Cinema, plus access for one adult and one kid to the Egg-citing Cause-play Easter egg hunt.

Families who would simply want to enjoy an Easter Brunch may join us from 11:45 am to 2:30PM at the Food Exchange Manila. Kiddie activities such as bunny ears decorating, cupcake decorating, balloon twisting and face painting may also be enjoyed while dining. Kids can also look out for a roving magician who will bring an intimate magical experience around the buffet.

Easter brunch is priced at Php 1,988 per adult. Kids below 12 years old get to eat for free. Families who will dine will also be given a 20% discount for the Egg-citing Cause-play egg hunt.

Celebrating Easter has always been better at Novotel Manila Araneta Center with many activities that families can choose from! For reservations, please call (02) 990 7888 or mobile number 09498865591.

Topics: Monet Grand Ballroom , Novotel Manila Araneta Center , Easter Family Staycation , The Virlanie Foundation
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