'Dancing at the Maynila' brings back glamour to the art of ballroom dancing
Sep 1, 2013
“Dancing at the Maynila” opened to VIPs, hotel patrons, and dancing enthusiasts today, signalling the start of a series of ballroom dancing events to be held at the iconic Maynila Ballroom of the Manila Hotel. Some 200 guests in their black-and-white best celebrated the best of ballroom, spinning their partners across the floor amidst the grandeur and elegance of the storied hall.
“Ballroom dancing is actually both an art form and a dance sport – beautiful to behold in the strength and grace it exhibits. Beyond dance and sport, ballroom dancing is also about courtesy, class and culture,” said Manila Hotel president Atty. Joey Lina. “This is what “Dancing at the Maynila” brings to you at the grandest venue there is.”
Only the Maynila Ballroom can bring back the turn-of-the-century glamour that sets the stage for the art that is ballroom. It is the only multi-levelled ballroom in the country that offers an ambiance of sophistication from its imposing staircase, hand-painted ceiling and massive capiz shell chandelier framed gracefully by an Arabesque canopy to its five-meter high hand-carved narra arches, multi-colored Tiffany bay windows and indoor water fountains.
You too can enjoy your very own glamorous night at the Maynila. “Dancing at the Maynila” opens its doors each month starting September 13, 2013 at 7 pm. For inquiries and ticket reservations, please contact Rain Dela Rea via 527 0011 local 1383. For updates and promos, visit www.Facebook.com/ManilaHotel or via Twitter at @ManilaHotel. For hotel booking requirements, visit www.Manila-Hotel.com.ph.
Photos from the event are available via the Manila Hotel's Facebook page: http://on.fb.me/15tYRqF.