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Source: Manila Bulletin
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Date: 2003-01-25
Peninsula acquires 3M digital wall display

The 3M digital wall display is the latest major acquisition of The Peninsula Manila. This revolutionary all-in-one display solution combines the functions of a multimedia projector, digital whiteboard, write-on copyboard, TV monitor and loudspeakers. The sleek lines and thin profile of the 3M digital wall display communicates the message without distraction or interruption which makes it perfec

for presentations. And, since a presentation is never just about projecting data but also about communicating your own image, the 3M digital wall display certainly expresses a state-of-the-art approach to business and a dedication to quality that will impress CEOs, executives and colleagues.

To maintain its high standards and competitiveness in the world market, The Peninsula has also recentl

y upgraded one of its conference facilities – The Rizal Boardroom, which has been transformed into a full-time, technically enhanced boardroom equipped with a revolutionary Communication and Computer Link or CCL conference table which has built-in individual dataports for up to 24 computers and is complemented by sixteen ergonomically designed seats. This innovation frees guests’ working areas fr

om the usual clutter of unsightly cords and wire connections and provides them with a seamless meeting environment.

Legendary pianist is back at Sulo’s Lobby Lounge

Armino Estalilla is back to liven-up the scene at the Lobby Lounge of The Sulo Hotel. Pouring his heart and soul into his music, “Mang Miniong” as his colleagues fondly call him, will once again play tunes that will get feet tapping and fingers snapping.

Guests may enjoy their meals and at the same time, request a favorite song and sing along as he performs a wide repertoire of hits from Broadway musicals such as the South Pacific and My Fair Lady as well as Dixieland, Jazz, Bossa Nova and Blues. He also adds an international flavor to his music with renditions in Russian, Spanish, Italian, German, Mexican, Japanese, Mandarin, English and Tagalog. “Mang Miniong”, comes on weekdays from 12 nn to 1:45 p.m.

Meanwhile, The Café Parries of Sulo Hotel offers 50 delectable dishes for lunch buffet including roast chicken, roast beef, lamb chops, crispy pata, fried hito and grilled pusit from its carving station, plus its added array of sashimi delights.

Dusit launches Valentine Room packages

Dusit Hotel Nikko celebrates Valentine’s Day with its room package offerings. A Deluxe Room, for only R3,000 net (valid from Feb. 14-16) includes complimentary welcome drink for two and access to Ciao’s Special Valentine Show featuring the Retrospect and NT Wine. An additional R2,200 net gives the same amenities plus dinner for two at Ciao Ristorante, and a buffet breakfast at the Café (valid on Feb. 14 only). All these perks are also inclusive when couples avail of an Executive Suite for only R6,800 net (valid on Feb. 14 only). These rates are extended to local residents, balikbayans and aliens with valid ACR’s only.

Westin holds Mexican food festival

Feast on Mexican specialties with The Westin Philippine Plaza’s “Viva Mexico” at the Café Plaza from Jan. 31 to Feb. 9.

Dressed in traditional and colorful Mexican costumes, guest chefs Sergio Snyder and Roberto Teves will prepare and serve hot, off-the-pan dishes such as: Caldo de Camaron Alvarado (Prawns Soup Alvarado); Rollos De Filete Al Chipotle (Tenderloin Rolls in Chipotle Chili); Pierna De Cordero en Pastilla (Roast Leg of Lamb in Pasilla Chili); Pollo en Mole Poblano (Chicken in Mole Poblano), and many more. Complementing this food extravaganza is a live station where guests can create their own tacos, nachos, enchiladas, fajitas and burritos.

This promotion is not valid in conjunction with other promotions, discount offers, privilege cards or the Westin Classic Gold card.

Pan Pacific Hotel hosts real estate seminar

The Pan Pacific Hotel will be the venue of “Continuing Education Program” (CEP) seminar on Jan. 27-28 at 1-9 p.m. sponsored by Real Estate Academy of the Philippines (REAP), Sylvia B. Pacina, seminar directress has announced recently.

Topics to be discussed are accredited by BTRCP. Speakers are Arch. Diogenes Barredo, president of Institute of Philippine Real Estate Consultants and lawyer Eduardo G. Ong, president of Philippine Council of Real Estate Educators, Inc.

Real estate brokers who have not taken their CEP seminar for their renewal of license may also attend. The CEP certificate is a requirement for renewal of Real Estate Broker’s license, last day of which without penalty is on Jan. 31. Interested parties may register at Pan Pacific Hotel before classes start.

Holiday Inn offers discounts with ‘Book 1-800’

Holiday Inn Manila greets the New Year with the lowest standard room rates to offer through its Book 1-800 package.

Booking is as easy as dialing toll-free 1-800-1651-8888 to avail of this room only promo at R1,800 net single/double occupancy. Triple accommodation is at R2,200 net or guests may simply add R400 net for an upgrade to a superior room. Package is valid until Nov. 30 and exclusive to local residents.


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