Dusit Thani Manila, the premier hospitality brand’s five star property in the Philippines,has recently revealed the completion of the first phase of its major overhaul with the renovation of 200 of its 537 rooms and suites.The transformation includes a full top to bottom facelift,new function rooms, and dining outlets.Even the hotel’s striking 45 degree frontage, which has stood witness to the evolution of Makati City’s main financial hub,also got a massive makeover. The other part of the hotel will renovated this year.
First to be completed on the list is the Dusit Club Lounge, a 900square meter facility atop the hotel that offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the Makati cityscape. The expansive space is an exclusive lounge where guests can relax, meet, dine, and commune with nature.
The hotel also welcomed the completion of its two new ballrooms the Sarika and Mayuree grand ballrooms. The two elegantly designed ballrooms offer the ideal venue for momentous celebrations such as weddings, debuts, and gala functions as well as launches, conferences, conventions, training seminars, and corporate milestones.
“We have invested a lot of time and effort into planning these changes for the sole purpose of providing our guests the comfort and convenience that they expect from the Dusit brand. These improvements will definitely catapult Dusit Thani Manila 15 to 20 years into the future,” said Cristol.Most recently, Dusit Thani Manila opened the doors of its new all day dining restaurant, The Pantry. Sprung from the
concept of farm to fork dining, The Pantry makes use of locally sourced fair trade goods and organic ingredients to craft culinary creations.
Dusit Thani Manila’s new all day dining restaurant is more than just your run of the mill buffet. With
Executive Chef Nicholas Issel at the helm, The Pantry is already set to take the metropolitan food scene by storm.
“Our vision for The Pantry is to bring our guests to the forefront of fine dining. Dusit Thani Manila is uniting luxury and sustainability and we are mixing it with a fun and lively atmosphere. We are definitely witnessing a culinary revolution,” said Bruno Cristol, general manager Dusit Thani Manila.
Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, the likes of House Smoked Salmon Flat Bread Pizza, Adobo of Soya & Vinegar Braised Pork Belly, Piri Piri Rotisserie Chicken, BBQ Lechon Cubano Sandwich, and Hot Spanish Churros with Rich Silky Chocolate Sauce infuse the 280 seater restaurant with an assortment of inviting aromas. With an emphasis on the regional tastes of Mediterranean, Spanish, Filipino and Asian cuisines, The Pantry is a delicious melting pot of flavors that are all but ordinary.
Much like every authentic Filipino celebration, situated at the center of The Pantry is a live lechon pit and carving station. The Pantry is home to nine global food stations which include a seafood station, brick oven Italian pizza, a Chinese bao bar, Indian Tandoor oven, beverage studio, and a sinfully divine dessert section. A first of its kind, The Pantry also features the Grab & Go, a takeaway counter for people on the go.