Thursday, May 19, 2011

Eastwood Richmonde Hotel Caters for McKinley Hill

   Last April 27, we were luckily invited by a Megaworld Inc., Premier Property Consultant, for a very extravagant dinner buffet at McKinley Hill Information Center.   Richmonde Hotel of Eastwood were the one who catered for the Open House.   The place was jam-packed with investors, agents and surprisingly people who pleasures in informative gatherings such as this, like me. 


   After having tried the  hors d'oeuvres (ôr dûrvz ), pasta and the "délicieux dessert" (delicious dessert), we were able to look around and checked some model units.  Wait a minute, why have I been suddenly writing in French when I should be Italian-like.   Va bene,  Il cibo delizioso. Translate that if you must!  Whoever does, cocktails on me and Megaworld on May 31, 2011, 6 pm onwards.



The Venice Luxury Residences is the newest and extraordinary community in Mckinley Hill, Fort Bonifacio that beautifully captures the grandeur of Venice!

The seven towers of The Venice boast its Venetian- inspired architecture and interiors.  Serenity and peacefulness greets you at home whether in your studio, one, two, or three- bedroom suite.  Catch a breathe of fresh air and an exhilarating view from your balcony.  Relax and meditate at the romantic garden with a tranquil setting of sculptures and rock inspired by giardini of Venice .  Enjoy balance of rest and recreation at the swimming pool, fitness station, play area, tennis, and badminton courts.  Pamper yourself at the outdoor spa.  And watch your children have fun in their own pool and playground. 

Be delighted with the colorful canvas of Venetian life by the moment you stepped out of your home.  Just a few steps away are the lively carnevale of boutiques and dining places at the two- level commercial center.  Refresh yourself at the promenade dotted with pocket gardens and benches.  At the Piazza Grande, admire your community's very own St. Mark's tower, inspired by the campanile at Piazza San Marco.  Have a fine taste of Venetian flavors at the boardwalk, the restaurant strip, overlooking the Grand Canal while enjoying the serenades of the gondolier.

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