Marco Polo Ortigas Manila rolls out special privileges to Pasig residents to mark city's foundation month

posted June 29, 2020 at 05:15 pm
by  Manila Standard

In observance of Pasig City’s 447th foundation day, Marco Polo Ortigas Manila is offering residents and workers special privileges.

On Pasig City Day itself, July 2 (Thursday), guests in Café Pronto, Cucina, and Lung Hin will receive 20 percent savings on their orders when dining in. To avail the special discount, a valid identification card reflecting that the guests either live or work in Pasig City must be presented upon ordering. Cucina welcomes diners seeking flavors from around the world, including Mediterranean and Italian favorites. Lung Hin features authentic Cantonese cuisine prepared by Hong Kong-experienced chefs, while those on-the-go can look forward to enjoying Café Pronto’s signature brews and pastries.

For all restaurants, physical distancing measures have been put in place in compliance with government guidelines. All food and beverage items are stored and prepared in a sanitary environment, with the Hotel’s culinary and service teams equipped with the proper protection and sanitation tools. For guests seeking to reserve their tables ahead of this date, bookings are accepted via (632) 7720 7777 for convenience.

Guests who are looking forward to staying at the Marco Polo Ortigas Manila may do so with the Hotel’s special Pasig Day rate. Pasig residents may enjoy an all-inclusive rate of P5,000.00 for overnight accommodations in a Superior Room and a 20 percent discount in all of the Hotel’s available restaurants (including in-room dining service). Guests may also enjoy a complimentary room upgrade to a Deluxe Room and late check-out until 4:00 p.m. (subject to availability). To avail this limited promotion, guests will need to present valid Pasig City residential IDs. Reservation period for this offer is from July 1 to 31, 2020, valid for stays until August 31, 2020.

Topics: Marco Polo Ortigas , Pasig City Day , Café Pronto , Cucina , Lung Hin
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