Sunday, November 13, 2016

Have a Ruby Christmas at Century Park Hotel

As Century Park Hotel celebrates four decades of holiday cheers, an array of gem-filled treats and exciting promotions are offered to make your holidays a memorable one.

Spend a leisurely Christmas break with a whole family and make your memories of holiday bliss last forever. Holiday accommodation choices exclusive for local residents including ACR holders for single or twin or occupancy start at P 5,000 per night in a superior room and P 6,000 per night in a new deluxe room beginning November 28, 2016. Yuletide room packages are inclusive of hearty buffet breakfast for two at the Café in the Park, complimentary internet access, welcome drinks coupon for two person upon check-in, complimentary use of hotel amenities like the temperature controlled swimming pool, and fitness center and P 500 credit in all hotel-operated Food and Beverage outlets The Christmas season will be officially launched on November 17, 2016 with the lightning of the 35-foot Christmas tree at the Atrium Lounge. The simple event signified the beginning of the yuletide season in the hotel. 

Guests at the Atrium Lounge will be treated to a selection of favorite Christmas carols to be sung by the Children’s Joy Foundation and the Minstrels Rhythm of Hope choir on December 16 and 17. Those who prefer instrumental numbers can listen to the soothing sounds of the Century Trio every Wednesday and Friday from 5 pm to 9:45 pm. 

Drop by the Lower Lobby and indulge in the classic Filipino Christmas snacks at our Native Delicacies booth.  Take your pick from puto bumbong or bibingka to nibble on while sipping traditional tsokolate or salabat.

At our Christmas Deli booth and at the Deli-Snack, guests can find pre-packed holiday hampers to be given away to loved ones.  Christmas log cakes, stollens and other Christmas goodies are also available for all your gift-giving essentials. 

At 10 pm of December 24, the “Simbang Gabi”, our annual Christmas Eve mass at the Grand Ballroom solemnly celebrates the true meaning of Christmas.  

Santa Claus is our man-on-the-spot on Christmas day.  At Santa’s booth also at the lower lobby, take the rare opportunity for your children to chat, cuddle and rave at jolly Old St. Nicholas.  Of course, the meet and greet will not be complete without your souvenir photo. 

Café in the Park buffet

The restaurants are also participating in the holiday celebration.  At the Café in the Park, the sumptuous Noche Buena and Media Noche buffet spreads can be enjoyed for P1,500++ for adults, 50% off for children 6 to 10 years old and free for children 5 years old and younger. The special buffet spreads can likewise be enjoyed on the days of Christmas and New Year.
For those who crave for Japanese cuisine, the Century Tsukiji offers a set menu for an authentic Japanese holiday feast.

For the New Year countdown, head to Top of the Century located at the 19th floor.  Be awed in the magnificent view of Manila Skyline with sporadic bursts of fireworks display. Experience as well an exciting oasis of music with the chanteuse and pianist of the night starting at 9:30 pm for P 1500 per person.  In-house guests will be given a special price of P 1,250 per person.

With the numerous events lined up, Century Park Hotel hopes to deliver the essence of the Filipino Christmas spirit in its own special way. 


The Century Park Hotel was launched in 1976 and remains one of the finest hotels in Manila. It is owned and operated by Maranaw Hotels and Resort Corporation with local and international patrons. The renowned establishment has over 500 rooms in variety of types and facilities for complete dining and leisure experience. To know more about The Century Park Hotel, visit or contact and telephone number: (63) (2) 528-8888.


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