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Its Under The Seas Easter at Marriott Manila

Marriott Manila invites everyone to go "All Aboard," and join them to an underwater Easter Celebration. The hotel prepared tons of fun and treats for the whole family.



SEA-VENTURES ON EASTER / DEEP EASTER SEAS


After a meaningful Lenten Season, dive into an ocean-wide of culinary wonders at Marriott Café’s Sunday Brunch on April 16 for Php 2,700 only. Along with it is a free pass for your kids to their Easter Egg Hunt activity. A feast made for all ages include fresh seafood catch from prawns to oysters and a variety of fish,  international delicacies from East  to West, and foie gras and steaks from the city’s best fine dine restaurant, Cru Steakhouse. Kids will have the time of their lives on homemade entrees, DIY pasta stations, myriad of desserts from cakes, chocolates and gelatos.


As soon as your little hunters are full, they are down for an exciting egg hunt. Train them well so they catch the “Golden Egg” that cracks open to buffet and bakery gift certificates. Adding more fun to this day are kiddie activities like a visit from Mr. Bunny, magic show and games. Goodies will flood from their event partners such as Chips Delight, Egg Bites, Lucky Me, Oreo, Smiley, and Tiger.


EASTER-RIFIC STAYCATION


Retreat with your family to a relaxing stay without stepping out of the city. Camp in the newest West Wing of Marriott Hotel Manila for only Php 12,500++ and get more than just a luxurious Premium Room. Their Easter Room Package includes buffet breakfast for 2 adults and 2 kids, Php 700 worth of dining credits at their pool bar, complimentary extra bed, and 2 tickets for kids to their Easter Egg Hunt on April 16. Book early as this is available from April 9 to 16.


BUNNIES AND EGGS TO-GO AND TO-EAT


Quirky, chocolatey and yummy goodies are spotted in Marriott Café Bakery ready to hop in your baskets. Spread cheer and sweetness with Felchin chocolates shaped in decadent bunnies and eggs. Price starts at Php 150 for 50 grams Chocolate Bunnies and Php 550 for 250 grams stylish Egg Ninjas. Make your mornings extra delightful with freshly baked Hot Crossed Buns for Php 120 or with Tuna Overload bread for Php 170. There are also cakes topped with adorable rabbit and egg figures at Php 900 for whole cake and Php 305 for mini slices.


Marriott Café is located at the GF of Marriott Manila Main Hotel, while Man Ho is located at the GF of West Wing. Open from 8am to 10pm. For inquiries, call (02) 9889999 or visit manilamarriott.com. To keep up on their latest offerings, follow @marriottmanila at Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat and, @manilamarirott on Instagram.

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