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What’s inside City of Dreams Manila?

By: - City Desk Editor
/ 06:26 PM February 03, 2015

MANILA, Philippines — City of Dreams Manila, a billion-dollar entertainment and gaming resort located in Parañaque City, formally opened its doors to the public on Monday.

Located on a 6.2-hectare site, it brings together a diverse collection of contemporary lifestyle and leisure brands including Crown, Nobu, Hyatt, Dreamworks and the Pangaea Group.

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It combines world-class entertainment, an array of accommodation, and regional and international culinary offerings, together with a spacious and contemporary casino.

As City of Dreams Manila aims to become the premier leisure and entertainment destination in the country and within the region, let us take a look at what it has to offer:

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The Cafe at Hyatt

This interactive show-kitchen restaurant operates 24 hours and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. It can accommodate 315 people in various seating options.

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Hyatt and Nobu Pool Area

Hyatt and Nobu are two of the three hotels at City of Dreams Manila. The pool areas of both hotels are linked with each other for easier access to guests.

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Nobu Spa

This is one of City of Dream Manila’s exquisite spas. The resort complex also has luxurious salons, gyms and wellness centers.

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Pangaea

Pangaea is known for pioneering the ultra-lounge concept in the 90s. It is famous worldwide for its homey and sophisticated club set and has branches in New York, New Delhi and Singapore, to name a few. Michael Ault is the man behind this intimate dance-club concept.

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This is one of the three premium dining choices at City of Dreams Manila, the two others being The Tasting Room and Crystal Dragon. There are also choices for casual and contemporary diners.

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The Shops at The Boulevard

It features 18 luxury retail outlets selling designer bags and clothes and exquisite timepieces.

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Fortune Egg

This is the most iconic structure at City of Dreams Manila. It houses two famed nightclubs, Pangaea and Chaos.

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Dreamworks’ DreamPlay

It is an all-new entertainment interactive concept where Dreamworks Animation characters come together and allow visitors to play, create and learn. It is set to open by March.

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Casinos

City of Dreams Manila offers an electrifying gaming experience with the latest slot technologies and high energy casino floors. City of Dreams Casino, Kampay, Signature Club and Li Ying offer various types of gaming experience and entertainment.

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All photos taken by Don Lejano/INQUIRER.net

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