Solaire Resort and Casino Manila

On our special day we decided to stay overnight at Solaire Resort and Casino. It is a resort complex which includes a five-star hotel with 500 appointed rooms, suites and bayside villas.



We booked a Grand Deluxe (P12,800 a night) in advance specifying a corner room. Upon checking in to our room, it was clear that it is a grand deluxe but not corner, and there was no living area. Hb went back to the front desk to inform them that they gave us the wrong room. Fortunately, they were able to accommodate us to our corner Grand Deluxe on the 11th floor. We love it! It's clean and spacious (57sqm), with floor to ceiling windows which let us both have delightful bay and city view.

 king-size bed and fluffy duvets
elegant marble bathroom with bathtub and shower stall
It has a living room and bar/kitchenette area as well.





Coffee and tea making facility / mini bar
bay view
They put a lot of details into the design - the grandeur of the lobby, restaurants and hallways. The casino sadly has a no photography policy.

lobby/front desk
elevator / hallway
Red Lantern offers Cantonese cuisine




Yakumi - a Japanese restaurant / Strip Steakhouse provides signature steakhouse
 There is Finestra (no photo) offering gourmet pizzas, handcrafted pastas and Italian dishes.

Solaire also has a huge outdoor resort pool with nice lounging area and private cabanas.



Small touches made us feel welcome. And yes, there was a small box of sweets waiting for us when we got back to our room.  Awesome freebie!



We don't gamble so casino is out on our list. We've spent most of the time chowing down on food. :)  But I'll be talking about that on my next post.

Till next time... toodles,
June

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