Tuesday, April 7, 2015

The first Green Hotel in Libis: Microtel Acropolis

It feels different when you've been to a place that you've passed by a few times, yet you never really took the time to appreciate it. That's what I felt towards Libis and nearby Eastwood City. Now, regardless of these two areas being located in Quezon City (my hometown), I still never made the time to explore much of either, as it was a far commute from where I lived. But when I was recently given a chance to stay at Microtel by Wyndham - Acropolis, I realized how much the locale has changed since the last time I was there.

Photo courtesy of Microtel

Rediscovering 6 of Quezon City's Main Attractions

I've lived in Quezon City all my life. But there are still so many places in my hometown that I haven't explored yet. Fortunately, I was recently invited by Microtel PH to join their City Media Familiarization Tour, along with several travel bloggers. I've actually been to a few of the city attractions that were listed on the itinerary. Surprisingly, several of the QC sites that we visited were new to me. 

The plant box was a gift from the Tapia Family for Doña Aurora Aragon-Quezon.

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Quezon City Hotel: A Refreshing Weekend Escape at Microtel-UP Technohub

I was already planning on booking a hotel somewhere in Quezon City, so that I could give myself that much needed R&R. But I no longer had to, as I was recently invited to a weekend stay in two of Microtel's well-appointed hotels: Microtel-UP Technohub and Microtel Acropolis. 

Monday, March 16, 2015

Why our Lakhambini shoes are priced the way they are

Several people have wondered why our LAKHAMBINI shoes are priced the way they are. But then I ask myself: why not that price range? If you only knew how much we value the process in which the material is made, up until the construction of the shoes (and how they're very comfortable when worn), then you'll know that owning a pair is truly worth every peso. :)


Monday, February 23, 2015

Amélie Hotel Manila celebrates Chinese New Year with Grand Opening

Amélie Hotel Manila, which is named after the owner's granddaughter, formally opened its doors last Thursday (February 19). The hotel's grand opening was celebrated during Chinese New Year; and it was indeed a great welcome to a new year that's filled with new beginnings. Now, the Art Deco inspired 70-room lodging, which is located in the old-world neighbourhood of Malate, is also surrounded by landmarks that are both rich in history and culture. It is also a short walk away from Robinson's Place Manila, a major shopping mall.


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