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June- July Treats by The Makati Shangri-La

For us, June means back-to-school but for The Makati Shangri-La, it means a month-long treat. :)




photo by The Kitchen Goddess


Heirloom Recipes at Circles Event Cafe
June 10-14, 2013

Join us as we pay homage to the 115th year of Philippine Independence at Circles Event Cafe, featuring traditional Filipino recipes passed on from generations, prepared by our very own team of award-winning chefs.

Executive Room Upgrade
June 14-16, 2013

Relax with the whole family this Father's Day in the luxurious abode of the hotel, and enjoy an upgrade to the Executive Room when you book a Deluxe room during the Father's Day weekend during June 14-16, 2013, including buffet breakfast at Circle Event Cafe.

Father's Day
June 16, 2013

It's dad's turn to shine this month! Spend dad's special day at the Makati Shangri-La with a lineup of Father's Day offers that the whole family can enjoy. All Dads are in for a treat as with afternoon high tea at The Lobby Lounge, buffet at Circles Event Cafe, utegu spread at Inagiku, and special set menus at Red and Shang Palace.

Summer Collection at Inagiku
June 19- July 26, 2013

Experience summer Japanese favorites from Inagiku's Chef de Cuisine Wataru Hikawa as he unveils his authentic specialties for the season made with seafood flown in fresh from Tokyo, Japan. Available for lunch and dinner from June 19- to July 26. Prices start at P250+++

The End of An Era ...
Conway's Count Down With A Big Bang
June and July 2013

It's a big farewell bash for Conway's Bar as we bid adieu to the hotel's iconic bar with a bang! Come and party to three festive shindigs lined up at Conway's-- from evenings of Samba on June 28, Blue and Rock & Roll on July 5, Tuxedo Junction Jazz on July 13 and Ballroom on July 21.


For inquiries and reservations please call (632) 813.8888
email:  reservations.slm@shangri-la.com for rooms
           rric.slm@shangri-la.com for dining


*** text credit goes to The Makati Shangri-La



Happy kids at The Makati Shangri-La.
photo by The Kitchen Goddess

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