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Home for the Holidays at The Oriental Hotels

If home is where the heart is, then there is nowhere else to spend the Christmas holidays than with the family.

The Oriental Hotels and Resorts, one of the country’s fastest-growing home-grown hospitality chains, is whipping up a memorable yet inexpensive celebration with its Home for the Holidays, which runs until Dec. 31.

With musical nights and its Paskong Pinoy theme, families and friends can enjoy an Asian-inspired Christmas in key destinations carefully curated by this all-Filipino hospitality brand.

The Oriental Palo lobby
The Oriental Palo lobby

The Oriental Leyte, a four-star resort hotel beside the iconic McArthur Landing Monument in Palo, is offering a P 3,888 promo which includes an overnight stay in a premier garden view room, breakfast for 2 persons, a 10% discount at Samsara Restaurant, and The Spa.

Bask in its Indochinese ambiance, take a night cruise at the colorfully-lit San Juanico Bridge, frolic in the waters of Leyte Gulf, be mesmerized by the hotel’s weekend evening fire dance, or cross the Strait into Samar’s nature hideaways.

The Oriental Bataan dining hall and lobby
The Oriental Bataan dining hall and lobby

The Oriental Bataan, nestled at the foothills of Mt. Mariveles, beckons with a P 3,440 offering which covers overnight accommodation, breakfast for two, and a 10% discount on dining.

Retrace the World War 2 sites, hop around beach coves, watch the kaleidoscopic Manila Bay sunset, or stroll at the hotel’s new vegetable farm and the greeneries of the Bataan Freeport.

Proxy by The Oriental in Legazpi City
Proxy by The Oriental in Legazpi City

Proxy Hotel in Legazpi City invites you to relish spice and everything excellent in the Bicol region with its irresistible P 2,999 room package, which includes breakfast for 2, free use of the arcade, board games, and swimming pool, a 10 % discount on tattoo and food and beverage.

The chic hotel treats guests to a stunning panorama of Mayon Volcano’s perfect cone, a circuit of farm tourism sites with good food to boot, postcard-pretty colonial-era baroque churches, volcano ATV trails, whale shark interaction in Sorsogon, and other recreational adventures.

The hotel group has also prepared special buffet menus and surprise offerings for Noche Buena, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Eve.

Thai-themed Oriental Luxury Suites has a P 1 room rate on the third night, which also covers the use of the swimming pool, private butler, and waived corkage for outside meals.

The Inns by The Oriental in Bacolod City
The Inns by The Oriental in Bacolod City

The Tagaytay ridgeside intimate vacation house has an unobstructed view of the scenic Taal Volcano and Lake and is a few minutes away from spas, gardens, championship golf courses, and restaurants of steaming bulalo and signature Tagaytay delights and specialties.

Last but not least, the newly-opened The Inns in Bacolod is enticing travel bugs to foray into the City of Smiles for only P 999 net per room for 2 persons.

The contemporary boutique business hotel is the most competitively-priced homebase in exploring Negros Occidental’s sugar haciendas, ancestral homes and museums, chicken inasal grilleries, and mountain retreats.

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Written by Melo Villareal

Melo Villareal is the Online Publisher of He is an Accountant by profession who left the corporate world at the age of 23 to explore his beautiful country and the rest of the world. Today, Melo works as a part-time Social Media Manager for local and international clients. His full-time work focuses on discovering interesting culture, explore different cuisines and take memorable photos from local and international destinations he's visiting.

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