Spooky Treats and Tricks at Marriott Manila

Witches, wizards and ghosts have come alive and are on their way to haunt Marriott Manila this Halloween. The hotel doors are now widely open to everyone who is up for freakin’ great treats and tricks! Our pastry enchanters, led by Chef Fil Afable, have come up with both eerie and charming goodies to fill in your pumpkin bags. Creeping out from the oven are crisp finger cookies of Count Dracula and Incredible Hulk for Php 60/2 pieces.

Count Dracula Finger Cookies Made of rich and dreamy peanut butter

Count Dracula Finger Cookies
Made of rich and dreamy peanut butter

Get under the spell of hair-raising confections like the Spider Web Cake, a cheesecake-base covered by luscious chocolate ganache for Php1,800;

Spider Web Cake Choclate ganache draped over creamy no-bake cheesecake and topped by a gumdrop spider with chocolate string legs.

Spider Web Cake
Choclate ganache draped over creamy no-bake cheesecake and topped by a gumdrop spider with chocolate string legs.

Ghost Cupcakes, dark chocolate cupcake topped by fluffy marshmallows on butter cream frosting, that can be purchased per piece for Php 190;

Ghost Cupcake Dark chocolate cupcake frosted with butter cream and topped with fluffy marshmallows shaped in a ghost

Ghost Cupcake
Dark chocolate cupcake frosted with butter cream and topped with fluffy marshmallows shaped in a ghost

and bury your sweet cravings while gorging on Ghoul’s Graveyard Brownies adorned with dark chocolate chips and vanilla shortbread headstones for Php 1,600.

Ghoul’s Graveyard Brownies Dark chocolate chips brownies bleeding with chocolate glaze and vanilla shortbread headstones mark on each slice.

Ghoul’s Graveyard Brownies
Dark chocolate chips brownies bleeding with chocolate glaze and vanilla shortbread headstones mark on each slice.

Lollicakes are given its scare make-over, such as vanilla flavored Mummy Lollicake and ube cake with purple yam frosting Bat Lollicake – both for Php 190 per piece.

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Mummy Lollicake Vanilla cake with a thin layer of meringue butter cream, around with fondant

Bat Lollicake Ube cake with purple yam colored frostings enrobed with black fondant bat

Bat Lollicake
Ube cake with purple yam colored frostings enrobed with black fondant bat

You can’t also miss the rare Pumpkin Icecream made of gingersnap cookie crust filled with creamy pumpkin mix and swirls of raisins, for Php 140/2 scoops. Get unlimited scoop of pumpkin icecream when you dine in our buffet! These Halloween treats are available at the Marriott Café Bakery starting October 20 to 31, 2016.

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Bring your little monster to our Hallow’s Eve celebration on October 30, 2016.  Vamp up your kids in out-of-this-world costumes and indulge in our thrilling lunch boo-ffet at Marriott Café for Php 2,500. Devour on our hefty spread of sustainable seafood, U.S. Certified beef, Western to Eastern cuisines, and ghoulish desserts. As soon as their energies are up, the trick or treat activity begins! Little aliens shall lurk around the hotel to steal fang-tastic loot bags overflowing with goodies. You were told, Marriott Manila is giving away buffet gift certificates for the spookiest kid in costume!

Brooms out, fly in for a fun-frightening Halloween at Marriott Manila.  For inquiries, advance orders and reservations, call (02) 9889999 or visit manilamarriott.com. To keep up on their latest offerings, follow @marriottmanila at Facebook, Snapchat and Twitter and, @manilamarirott on Instagram.

Marriott Manila’s Mooncake – A Well-Preserved Tradition

It has been said that the second most important festival in China is the Mid-Autumn festival and one cannot celebrate without the traditional Chinese pastry called mooncakes. One with the festivity and in preserving traditions, Marriott Hotel Manila introduces their version of the moist Chinese delicacy. Meticulously handcrafted by brilliant chefs to spread love in every bite, the hotel’s mooncakes have tasteful patterns on the crust of the pastry skin, which envelops the dense and delish filling.

The hotel, considering the discerning tastes of patrons, made three variants to choose from depending on their fancy; the Lotus paste made of Lotus seed are considered to be the most delicious and luxurious filling for mooncakes; the red bean paste is sweet and is the most commonly used filling for the traditional pastry; while the red date filling is made of ripe fruits of the jujube plant that makes a dark red paste with a fruity tang and a pinch of sourness. While the hotel’s mooncake is a marvel to the palate, it is an ideal gift with its elegant red box with intricate gold embellishments. Be it for a gift to your loved ones, a thank you token to corporate friends, or just for yourself indulgence, Marriott Manila’s mooncake gift set suits every purpose for only P1888 nett for every box of 6 and is available at the hotel’s Marriott Café bakery and Crema starting September 1 until September 15, 2016 only.

 Marriott Café Bakery is located at Marriott Hotel Manila’s G/F and is open from 6am to 10pm on Sundays to Thursdays and 6am to 11pm on Fridays and Saturdays. For orders and inquiries, call (02) 9889999 or visit manilamarriott.com. To keep up on their latest offerings, follow @marriottmanila at Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat and, @manilamarirott on Instagram.

Marriott Hotel Easter

Marriott Hotel Manila’s Easter-rific celebration

Hunting for fun this Easter? The wilderness awaits you at Marriott Hotel Manila as they give an extra tad of glee to the holidays this Lenten Season. Be it an adventurous retreat for the family or a filling celebration, the hotel has prepared exciting treats and enormous spread that are perfect for both kids and kids-at-heart.

Easter Chocolate Eggs

Hop your way to Marriott Café and be ready to partake on their Easter spread and adventure. Go wild and explore on the café’s vast buffet offerings of international cuisines. Unleash the beast in you with their hefty spread of filling choices and prey on fresh tiger prawns, prime rib, teppanyaki and foie gras with agile chefs on standby to cook it the way you crave it. Never thirst out in the wilderness as the hotel makes sure you’re hydrated with unlimited milkshakes, iced teas and martini selections.  For only Php 2550 nett, enjoy the Safari Sunday Brunch on March 27 and the kids can join the hoard in hunting the golden egg on the Safari field for a chance to catch a Dinner or Lunch Buffet for 4 at the Marriott Café and 1,000 worth of credits for Marriott Café Bakery. More activities are in store for the young adventurers like glitter tattoos and magic show. Take a peek through your binoculars and be on the lookout for stilt walkers and the happy hopping bunny going around the café to bring extra ordinary joy to all the diners. More than the festivities and activities, Marriott Café is giving out loot bags filled with freebies for the early explorers to bring home.

Searching for more delectable fixes? Behind the bushes lie Easter goodies to sate your cravings for sweet treats. Drop by the Marriott Café Bakery and Crema to discover a selection of delightful finds and decadent surprises available from March 13 to 27. Fill your sacks with snacks of the wilderness and choose from exceptional cakes, cupcakes, chocolates and cookies with prices starting from Php 120 and up.

Want to make the most of the Holidays? Book and camp in Marriott Manila’s Deluxe Room for Php 11,800++ for a night and get your 2nd room or 2nd night for only Php 2888++ from March 20- 27, 2016. On top of the daily breakfast inclusion for 2 at Marriott Café, Marriott Rewards members or newly signed up members enjoys MAX kids cooking classes on Saturday, March 26, with freebies and surprise gifts for the little explorers to enjoy.

Get ready for an Easter-rific Fete at Marriott Hotel Manila. For inquiries, advance orders and reservations, call (02) 9889999 or visit manilamarriott.com. To keep up on their latest offerings, follow @marriottmanila at Facebook and Twitter and, @manilamarirott on Instagram.

Marriott Hotel Manila welcomes the Year of the Red Fire Monkey

In celebration of the core festival on the Chinese Lunar Calendar, Marriott Hotel Manila ushers in the year of the Red Fire Monkey with an auspicious and distinctive take on “tikoy”. Impart tranquility and harmony to your loved ones with their double prosperity Ti-koi fish at 270 grams each, elegantly enclosed in luxurious red oriental boxes, sealed with a gold stamp symbolizing good fortune. Nian gao, locally called “tikoy”, is believed to bring good luck to both the receiver and the giver making it part of the customs during the Chinese New Year.

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The koi fish is also a symbol of longevity, success and prosperity. Spread good luck tastefully with this gift box at a reasonable price of Php 1,188 available at the hotel’s Marriott Café Bakery and Crema.

To add a fashionable twist to the traditions of the Lunar New Year, Marriott Hotel Manila is partnering with the award-winning jewelry artisan, Ann Ong, to showcase her latest and luckiest designs for this year. Considering the auspicious colors and trends, they are displaying and selling handcrafted bags and intricate jewelries that are believed to bring good energy and prosperity to the bearer, at Marriott’s salient lobby.

As a norm, the ceremonial dragon and lion dance is set to entertain guests and chase away the negative energies on February 9, 5pm at Marriott Hotel Manila and Marriott Grand Ballroom lobbies.

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Marriott Manila’s Auspicious Ti-Koi gift set is available from January 25 until February13, 2016. For inquiries and advance orders, call (02) 9889999 or visit manilamarriott.com. To keep up on their latest offerings, follow @marriottmanila at Facebook and Twitter and, @manilamarirott on Instagram.