Jun 23, 2021
WHILE THE LAST YEAR MAY HAVE BEEN A CHALLENGING time for resorts all around the world, Solaire Resort & Casino, an integrated shopping, dining and entertainment resort complex in Manila, is taking a moment to celebrate the triumphs. When faced with a global pandemic, the resort adapted quickly to the changing circumstances with all manner of new safety and hygiene measures designed to protect both guests and staff. From employing high-tech solutions to sterilize surfaces to training all staff members in deep-cleaning and social distancing procedures, Solaire found innovative ways to allow guests to visit with peace of mind.
Now, the award-winning resort is taking a moment to honor a milestone: their eighth anniversary. Though the world may not look quite the way we thought, Solaire continues to uphold its standards with heightened health and hygiene protocols to ensure that guests can safely indulge and enjoy.
“As we commemorate our 8th anniversary, we also thank and celebrate our team members and our partners who consistently provide the best and most outstanding service to our guests and patrons who continue to trust and support us. We remain optimistic and steadfast, even during one of the most challenging times for our industry, because of the unwavering commitment and belief given to our brand. We look forward to the future and what we will achieve next,” adds David Batchelor, Solaire’s Senior Vice President for Resort Operations.
Guests can stay in the 312 plush rooms and suites in the Sky Tower with dazzling views of the Manilla skyline. In 2017, the Sky Tower was a recipient of the prestigious Forbes Travel Guide 5-Star Award, awarded only to the most remarkable luxury properties around the globe. The whole resort was also the first Filipino luxury resort to be named Best Regional Asian Integrated Resort in the G2E Asia Awards.
Aside from the glittering diversions of the casino, there’s much to see and do here. After perusing the goods at the wide array of luxury shops, stop for a bite of upscale Chinese fare at Red Lantern or dine on sashimi flown in from Tokyo’s Toyosu Market at Yakumi. Finally, Finestra Steakhouse serves superlative Tuscan-style cuts of beef.