If you’re looking to relax for a bit during this holiday season, but aren’t able to leave the Metro, you might want to take Seda Vertis North into consideration. Not only is it conveniently located in our city, but they also have a great view of the spectacular fireworks displays around the Metro, as well as a trove of Christmas treats and goodies to make you feel the holiday spirit all around.
In fact, according to Seda group general manager Brett Hickey, the hotel’s roofdeck bar Straight Up is the best place to witness Metro Manila’s dazzling fireworks beginning in the first weeks of December and climaxing on New Year’s Eve as it is on the 24th floor.
Although the tree-lighting ceremony at Seda Vertis North isn’t until next week (they will be partnering with Smile Train for this to help children correct the condition of children with cleft palates by offering donor ornaments that can be hung on the tree), they are already offering their signature banana bread, premium ham, traditional fruit cake, raspberry shortbread cookies and other delightful sweets, which prove to be very popular as gifts.
The hotel has also put together holiday hampers featuring an alternative assortment of breads such as rye or multigrain, European style hard rolls, and French baguettes with savory jams.
From December 8 and every Saturday and Sunday thereafter up to December 23, your young ones can also meet Santa at the hotel. You can also enjoy carolers at the lobby from December 17 to 21 from 6PM to 7PM. All-day international dining outlet Misto will also offer special Christmas and New Year menus.
Of course, they offer a special room package, as well. Up until January 31, you can get a one-night stay in a deluxe room inclusive of breakfast for two adults and two children under age six for Php7,200; or a two-night stay for Php6,300 per night. Even more attractive room rates will be offered for December 31, 2018 to January 1, 2019. Guests will also receive Seda’s signature stuffed toy bear, Seddy.
Brett also expects Seda Vertis North’s function rooms and ballroom to be busy during the holiday season since they have premium indoor banquets with specially curated international menus.
The hotel has created banquet packages for a minimum of 50 persons that include a gift voucher for buffet lunch at Misto for two and guests’ free use of a photo booth for two hours. For events with a minimum of 100 persons, the package includes an overnight stay in a deluxe room for two, a photo booth, and the choice of a string trio or sound and lighting equipment at no charge. Straight Up also offers party packages inclusive of hors d’ouerves, pastas, desserts and unlimited drinks for two hours this season.
What really makes any Seda experience memorable, though, is their excellent service. “Filipinos are well-known for their hospitality,” says Brett. “We’ve tapped this intuitive tendency to turn strangers into friends and aligned it with global hospitality standards.”
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