My Manila Hotel Tour: The Champagne Room

My Manila Hotel Tour
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The first stop of our My Manila Hotel Tour is the very elegant Manila Hotel Champagne Room. It is one of the two bullet-proof halls in the hotel; the other one being the Roma Salon. It actually wasn’t bullet-proof before. However, with the coup attempts, the hall was made bullet-proof to protect the guests, most of which were heads of states and high officials.

Manila Hotel Champagne Room

Upon entering the hall, the first thing that caught my eye was the ceiling for it was decorated with French-style chandeliers and glass palm trees. If I knew such a hall existed in the hotel, it would have been one of our top choices for our Paris-themed wedding!

Manila Hotel Champagne Room

It has long tables and chairs with dainty floral upholstery. Lined in the middle of the tables are tall vases filled with flowers and candles atop silver holders. It is very French provincial – and I love it! This, my friends, is my dining area peg. *sticks photo on inspiration board* Ehem, Daddy A!

Manila Hotel Champagne Room

On the walls are paintings and huge mirrors with golden linings. Everything is just so grand. If I were to dine here, I would truly feel like royalty!

Manila Hotel Champagne Room

Also surrounding the room are marble side tables with porcelain lamps and figurines. You know, the ones with women dressed in big, fancy gowns and men with long-tail coats.

If you are wondering, the Manila Hotel Champagne Room can be a venue for various events – meetings, engagement parties, and weddings to name a few. It can accommodate up to 150 persons.

This is part 1 of my five-part series on the My Manila Hotel Tour. Read my other posts about the tour here.

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Kimberley Reyes

Kimberley Reyes is an Online Business Manager for entrepreneurs who are ready to get off the hamster wheel and step into their CEO shoes. On top of helping her clients get organized and scale their businesses, she is also happily busy raising her five kids with her firefighter husband.

This Post Has 12 Comments

  1. Louie Lumactud

    How did you book the My Manila Hotel Tour? I am interested to see the grandeur of the hotel as well. =)

    1. Kimberley Reyes

      We were invited, but I believe you can give them a call and ask them for their next My Manila Hotel Tour schedule. 🙂

  2. HappyNestPH

    Erika says…
    Oh wow. Everything looks so grand! Would you happen to know the rates kaya? 🙂

    1. Kim Reyes

      I think the rate depends on the menu you choose. If you’re interested, you can give them a call to schedule a meeting. 🙂

  3. Emiliana Sison

    The Champagne Room gives me the deja vu feeling! It’s like going back in time!

    1. Kim Reyes

      It does, doesn’t it? And knowing that big names from way back in the early 1900s “hung out” in that same room made the experience even more wonderful.

  4. May De Jesus-Palacpac

    Oh wow! It’s like walking into the Romantic era or something. 🙂 How elegant. (It’s the first time I’ve called something elegant in a looooong time)

  5. I’ve only been to Manila Hotel once and it was during my cousin’s debut eons ago! Haha! I’d love for a chance to tour this hotel too.

  6. patriciacuyugan

    I want to tour Manila Hotel, too! It’s one of the hotels in Manila that I’m really interested in but never really got to take a look at. I’ve only been there once – for an event and breakfast, and my experience wasn’t super great, but I really wanna give it another chance. The Champagne Room is so pretty!!!

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