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Resorts World Manila hosts 48 Miss Universe Philippines candidates

The Philippines’ most beautiful women are calling Resorts World Manila (RWM) home for the next few days before heading up to Baguio City for the main events for the first-ever Miss Universe Philippines pageant.

Resorts World Manila talks pageantry with Miss Universe Philippines candidates
Resorts World Manila talks pageantry with Miss Universe Philippines candidates (from left, 1st row): Mandaue City’s Lou Dominique A. Piczon, RWM Corporate Communications Director Joee Guilas, Quezon City’s Michele Theresa I. Gumabao; (2nd row) Paranaque’s Ysabella R. Ysmael, Pasay’s  Zandra Nicole A. Sta. Maria, Laguna’s Jo-Ann D. Flores; (3rd row) Quezon Province’s Faye Dominique B. Deveza, Rizal’s Ericka A. Evangelista, Taguig’s Sandra R. Lemonon; and (4th row) Davao City’s Alaiza Flor P. Malinao, and Makati’s Ivanna Kamil S. Pacis.
Miss Universe Philippines’ stay at the Holiday Inn Express Manila is part of RWM’s Swab + Stay offers that are essential for travelers’ COVID-19 testing requirements. The property’s enhanced safety protocols are aligned with the Interagency Task Force’s (IATF) guidelines for guests’safety making RWM hotels among the trusted partners of tourists and travelers.

Miss Universe Philippines candidates enjoy world-class thrills within their reach during their stay with high-speed in-room internet connections and a wide selection of RWM favorites available for delivery for a comfortable and hassle-free stay.

For more information on RWM’s Swab + Stay offers visit www.rwmanila.com and follow @resortsworldmanila on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts.

Topics: Resorts World Manila , Miss Universe Philippines
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