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(Ongoing) The Manila Hotel Father’s Day Promo: Cake for Dad

Dads deserve a treat for being the hard-working pillar of the family. So, celebrate our loving fathers this whole month of June with a Deluxe Room stay. Room rate starts at only P6,000 nett. Get him a special Father’s Day cake when you quote the promo code CAKE4DAD.

Terms and Conditions:

-The Manila Hotel is offering a Room Promo of Deluxe Room + cake. Room rate starts at Php 6,000.0 nett. Room rate may vary depending on the existing BAR on the stay date.

-Promo is available for those who will book the best available rate (BAR) and mentioning the PROMO CODE: CAKE4DAD upon reservation.

-Room rate is on a per room per night basis and is inclusive of buffet breakfast for 2 persons; and of 12%VAT, 10% Service Charge and 1% Local Municipal Tax.

-Maximum of two (2) adults and two (2) kids per room.

– Room booking can be coursed through Room Reservations at [email protected] or by calling (632)8527-0011 or (632)5301-5500 loc. 1174-1179.

– Room reservations are mandatory prior to arrival and subject to availability.

-Stay dates are from June 1- 30, 2022

-A voucher will be given upon check in for the complimentary cake. This is valid only until June 30, 2022, and subject to its own terms and conditions.

-For those who would like to claim the cake during their stay, please inform room reservations at least 2 days prior check-in date.

-For the availing of the complimentary cake on a later date, it can be claimed at the Deli. Client needs to inform Deli two (2) days prior collection to be able to prepare the cake ahead of time.

-Book and Buy Promo, Non Refundable

-Change of dates can be done at least 2 days prior arrival and should be within the promo period. For any changes outside the promo period, prevailing BAR will apply without the complimentary cake

-In the purchase of goods and services, which are on promotional discount, the Senior Citizen can avail of the promotional discount or the discount provided under the Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010, whichever is higher.