Thursday, May 1, 2014

Our Easter Egg-venture at Century Park Hotel

 My two girls knew that they were in for a treat one early Easter morning.   Century Park Hotel invited us for an egg-citing four-hour Easter Egg-venture last April 20, 2014, held at the hotel's Century Ballroom.  Thanks to Mr. Eric Besa, Century Park Hotel's PR Assistant, the Sales and Marketing staff for setting up one humongous event that made the kids who were present on the party filled with joy and every inch of giddiness on their nerves. More than 100 kids and parents were accommodated comfortably tables upon tables.

 After registering, my girls were given each a pail for the highlight of the program, try to guess what?

 But upon entering, every guests received complimentary samplers from the events' gracious sponsors and partners.  First booth to greet you is from Krispy Kreme.

Then you get to nosh on are these hotdogs on sticks from Pampanga's best.  Not on the photo is the booth of Magnolia Ice cream, where they give out ice cream pops for every ticket holder.

 I also went home with some jars from Jolly Spread.  I guess it was time for us to try other choco spread brand (we are Nutella fans for a long time).  Adding fun to the choco spreads are those with Popping candies and Crunchy variants.  I bought the two, with that I was given free art goodies for each one.  They also gave out goodie packs during the raffle, which I wasn't blessed to be picked.  If you happen to be newbies to the idea of a more affordable version of choco spread, do check out my future review for them.

On the other side of the room is the table for face painting, Manila Bulletin's and Aficionado's.

 Part of the program are games for every kids' age.  With a huge amount of prizes, I can say that no kid went home empty handed.
 Outside, situated is the photo booth, the tables where kids can exchange their winning tickets with toys or whatever were available from the sponsors.

 This cute girl in a pink costume is waiting for her turn at the face painting nook, my girls were next to her in line.
Every ticket owners get  to go home with these goody bags, filled with products from the different sponsors such as Oishi, Choco Chug Chocolate Drink, Yakult, Happee Toothpaste, Leslie's, Vita Milk, Hydro Coco, Sun Fresh Fruit Juice, Jack & Jill Candies, Jack & Jill Biscuits, HBW Enterprise, Miramar Confectionery Corporation.
With the stunning program that was made for us, a sumptuous lunch came with it.  A plate of meat spaghetti , sandwich, fried chicken and pork bbq made our tummies even fuller.

 Manila Bulletin's mascot also graced the event and danced with the kids.
 The host of the show also some of his magic prowess and had us all laughing and amazed.
And, of course how can we forget his cute and lovable puppet.

But what the kids and parents have awaited for is the egg-hunting period, I was lucky enough to see the other room filled with colorful eggs before all the chaos.

 The entrance...
 Here are two cute bunnies to welcome you in the area.  Can you see all the eggs now!
I need to say that everyone behind the event had done a great job, making all these possible.

The next thing that happened, well I'm gonna leave it to the staff of the hotel who witnessed the event.  What do you think?

The kids had their turn, now Century Park Hotel had worked up another treat, this time for the mommies.

Make this month of May momentous as the family celebrates together for a memorable bonding moment with mom while savoring our special treats prepared exclusively on her special day.

How about showing your queen that she matters by surprising her and the whole family with a lunch or dinner buffet at the Café in the Park for P 1,250 + for adults and half the price for children 7 to 12 years old and free for children 6 years old and below.

Moms with sweet tooth will be delighted with a gift from the Deli-Snack. And for her special day, their Mother’s day cake is undoubtedly a sweet surprise.  With the Cheesy Apple Torte, mom will surely enjoy the exquisite flavor of caramelized apple in a walnut crusted cream cheese cake.

Experience a wonderful meal at the Century Tsukiji, the hotel’s banner Japanese restaurant. Our flavorful Mother’s day set meal good for two persons is only P2,500+ per order.  It consists of crabsticks, prawns and seaweed salad for appetizer plus pan-fried prawns and scallops in garlic butter sauce, spaghetti with mushroom and clam soup for a warm treat. For the main course, the pan-seared beef tenderloin teriyaki will be best enjoyed with chicken and prawn fried rice.  For a wonderful finale, the coco banana mille feuille gives you an original flavor of a pleasurable dessert.

For inquiries, please call 528-8888, restaurant reservation at 5285907 or email

The Century Park Hotel is owned and operated by Maranaw Hotels and Resort Corporation.
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