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Solaire Ushers In The Year of the Horse with Special Treats

Celebrate Chinese New Year at Solaire Resort & Casino and be mesmerized by the array of visual treats and sumptuous treats that they have in-store for guests. The Year of the Horse heralds an interesting year for all of us.

It is believed that giving "Tikoy" during the Chinese New Year is an gesture that will result in auspicious blessings and harmonious relationship between family and friends. And because Solaire wanted it to be more special, they created a "Koi fish-shaped" Tikoy that is packed in elegant gift boxes that guests can give to family and friends. This popular Chinese New Year staple is available at the Red Lantern booth at the resort's ground level until 14 February 2014. For bulk orders, guests can call Solaire at 888-8888.



Meanwhile, diners can embrace the auspicious arrival of the New Year with the bountiful feasts at Red Lantern. Here, they will be able to savor the unique a la carte menu comprising sumptuous dishes like Braised Pork Trotter with Chinese Mushrooms and Vegetables, Sautéed Prawns with Vegetables and X.O. Sauce and Salmon Fish ‘Yee Sang’.

Set menus are also available for the entire family and for large groups of 10 or more people. Diners can choose from three variations of set menus, “Great Prosperity Set Menu”, “Rich Fortune Set Menu” and “Fa Fa Fa Fortune God Set Menu” each of them comprising more than 8 dishes priced at P 1,888.00** per person; P1,988.00** per person and P 2,888.00** per person.

For guests who plan to stay overnight, the resort offers a Chinese New Year Package for P8,800** for a Grand Deluxe room which includes one night’s accommodation and breakfast buffet at Fresh. For a Two Bay Suite Package inclusive of one night accommodation with breakfast at the Executive Lounge, the rate is P16,888** Available only from January 30 till February 2, 2014.
** Prices are subject to service charge and applicable government tax. Prior reservations required, call 888 8888.

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