Premiere luxury hotel Makati Shangri-La, Manila pays homage to Filipino culture and heritage with its “The Grand Getaway: La Filipiniana” vacation package available from June to August.
The Deluxe Room packages starting at P6,800++ offers a glimpse of the country’s rich history as guests who check into the hotel’s suites for a minimum of two nights get to enjoy a gastronomic feast featuring Filipino culinary delights for a truly Filipino merienda cena at the Lobby Lounge. And for those who want to recharge and rejuvenate, an hour of the famed Filipino hilot at the hotel’s spa will soothe their tired muscles. A stay in any of the 696 well-furnished, cozy rooms and suites with plush 300-threadcount bed linens is all it takes to complete the guests’ day of relaxation and pampering.
The love of Filipinos for their country is deeply rooted in their culture and heritage that have been shaped by various multicutural influences experienced throughout our history. And as the past impacts the present, a better understanding of history is key to unlocking a sense of identity today.
Makati Shangri-La, Manila joins the whole nation in celebrating our 118th Independence Day today by unveiling two art collections for exhibit at the Lobby Lounge Luxe entitled “Love the Earth, Heal the Spirit” by Filipino artist Fernando Modesto. The exhibit will run until June 15. From June 16 to 26, the works of national artist Federico Alcuaz will be available for viewing in the “Encuentros” exhibit.
Guests can also take advantage of a “cultural pass” that will take them through the art collection and exhibits at the nearby Ayala Museum. The pass also provides discounts to the Museum Shop, Museum Cafe, and upcoming Art Classes, including the Rush Hour Concert for guests booked on June 16.
In addition, La Filipiniana guests can also win a roundtrip ticket for two to any Philippine destination by flagship carrier Philippine Airlines.
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