When the journey becomes the destination

When Belmont Manila opened in October 2015, it was looking beyond being just a comfortable airport hotel for layovers or delayed flights. This year, the hotel was named as the country’s Airport Hotel of Year by the Travel and Hospitality Awards.

When the journey becomes the destination
LEISURE DESTINATION. Airport hotel Belmont Hotel offers several facilities and amenities, such as a roof deck pool, to invite even those without a flight to catch at NAIA to spend a night or two.
Located at Newport City’s integrated leisure complex, the 470-room, 4-star hotel aims to be a leisure destination in the southern metropolis even for those who don’t fly.

Connected to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 by the Runway Manila overhead walkway, the cozy business hotel has become an urban oasis for its features worthy of a staycation. 

The 10-story hotel sports a contemporary architectural design and a tropically landscaped atrium, which provides an overlooking view of the Resorts World Manila township.

It boasts a podium garden, a 24-hour fitness center, and workout area, lap pool with an in-water lounge, sunbathing lounge, massage deck, and seating area, pool spa, and steam and sauna rooms.

Guests can enjoy the 360-degree panoramic view of the south, as well as landings and take-offs of airplanes, while they dip in the roof deck pool or outdoor Jacuzzi. It also has an arcade on the ground level, with coffee shops, convenience stores, and dining and retail outlets for guests’ convenience.

When the journey becomes the destination
Deluxe room provides creature comforts for a restful sleep and delightful stay. 
Meanwhile, its dining outlet, Café Belmont, has become a getaway for a culinary journey with its wide array of delectable cuisines. Guests can sink their teeth into the hotel’s specialty dishes—Blueberry Burger made of 100 percent pure US Angus beef patty, chicken pesto lasagna, and crunchy crispy pata, to name a few.

As part of its third anniversary treat this October, the hotel is offering the East Meets West Buffet, a dinner feast of mixed Asian and western spread every Fridays and Saturdays for only P1,100 nett per person.

It also has a P3,333 and P3,999 nett superior room promo (without and with buffet breakfast for two, respectively), which includes a Bailey Bear stuff toy and a 33 percent discount on food and beverages.

The hotel is also positioning itself as a cozy watering hole with its nightly bottomless Heineken Draught Beer promo with a complimentary grub of choice for P1,200 nett per person at Rooftop 11. It also has a month-long barbecue and drinks all you can promo with a live poolside entertainment every Saturday, from 6:00 to 10:00 pm for P1,100 nett per person.

For power lunches, guests can choose from an array of themed executive lunch—Brunch Buffet on Tuesdays, Healthy Buffets on Thursdays, and Mongolian Spread on Sundays for P500 nett per person.

When the journey becomes the destination
For the month of October, Café Belmont serves a dinner feast of mixed Asian and western spread for its East Meets West Buffet. 
Call (02) 318-8888 or go to for more information.

Topics: Belmont Manila , Café Belmont , East Meets West Buffet , Heineken Draught Beer
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