Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Living it up at Resorts World Manila

Dubbed as the first integrated lifestyle center of the Philippines, Resorts World Manila is just across the busy Ninoy Aquino International Airport. Sitting on quite a generous space in Newport City, Pasay; Resorts World is a thriving place for travelers, gourmet lovers, shopaholics, high-rollers, art and music connoisseurs, and families looking for wholesome entertainment.


Inside the Passion Restaurant

For those who love to dine out, Resorts World has Passion Restaurant which will please the palettes of diners savoring for Cantonese and South East Asian cuisine. A must-try is their Hainanese Chicken, flavorful in all its tender glory. There are also other restaurants that offer different cuisines like Ginzadon (Japanese and Korean), Noodle Works (Chinese), and Mercado (Filipino).



One of the suites of the 6-star Maxims Hotel

An ambient view of the Marriott Hotel

Guests are given the royal treatment at Maxims Hotel. A personal butler will be of service for the duration of the guest’s stay and service is only a bell’s ring away (make that a button). The first 6-star hotel in the Philippines is fully furnished with the necessary luxuries. On the other side is Marriott Hotel, rated with 5 stars, the hotel is complete with top notch amenities that the Marriott hotel brand is known for around the world.




The comfy seats of Newport Cinema


Some of the 1,500 seats of the Newport Performing Arts Theater

The impressive set design of Kaos in Newport Theater

Watching movies in comfort is the trademark of Newport Mall’s Premium Cinemas. Featuring reclining and spacious seats, audiences are treated to a new way of enjoying the movies. The Newport Performing Arts Theater, on the other hand, showcases the best of in-house productions that can be seen nowhere else. Currently being staged is Kaos, a fantasy show that runs six times a week and delivered by an international production team with a rare white lion who is also named Kaos to boot.

Just like the often misquoted line from the Field of Dreams: “If you build it, they will come”, surely, when it is built this good, guests will come in flocks.






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