Experience the breathtaking Manila Bay with the perfect point of view with Hotel Jen Manila’s newest Windows By The Bay.
Located on the 19th floor, the lounge invites guests to see Manila Bay at nighttime while enjoying freshly prepared light bites paired with carefully selected wines or deliciously mixed cocktails.
Themed nautical, its official launch brought a memorable night to all its invited guests. Hotel Jen Manila’s media partners and loyal guests became the lounge’s first visitors and an amazing night was witnessed by everyone.
Guests were welcomed by friendly ushers in their nautical outfits upon entrance at the hotel lobby and were warmly escorted to the registration area. They were given boarding passes which served as their entry tickets to the event and some sailor inspired props to embrace more the nautical vibe.
Hotel Jen Manila’s Kitsho Japanese Restaurant and Sake Bar became the reception area where Japanese pass around cocktails were served to our guests while they wait for the event to start.
Director of Operations, Frencie Duadua, and Director of Sales and Marketing, Meegee Yap, assisted media guests to specially designated express lift, dressed up to give them a glimpse of Windows By The Bay.
The program proper kicked off with a flash mob performance comprising of our vibrant team showcasing their talents in dancing.
As the music ended, the mob arranged themselves at the center of the lounge area where Edward Kollmer, General Manager of Hotel Jen Manila, is waiting to deliver his welcome remarks.
“Calming, breathtaking, inspiring, and magical. These are the moods that we want our guests to experience by the moment they enter Windows By The Bay.” said Kollmer in his opening remarks.
He then introduced Kitchie Benedicto-Paulino, Chairman/CEO of New Riviera Hotel Development Corp. and Pia de Leon Ongsiako, Chief Operating Officer of New Riviera Hotel Development Corp. who dramatically unveiled Windows By The Bay by spinning a customized captain’s wheel.
As the wheels turned, the lounge curtains slowly went up showcasing the wonderful view of Manila Bay. Lights from Cultural Center of the Philippines added color to the majestic night view of Roxas Boulevard.
To make the night moment more splendid, the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra started playing their phenomenal masterpiece. Ms. Earth 2015, Angelia Ong, also joined the Hotel Jen Manila executives in gracing the event.