January is Dinagyang Festival season in Iloilo and this year the city gears up to present an even bigger and better celebration than before.
With a theme aptly described as “perfect vision” for 2020, spectators of the festival’s most-awaited tribal dance competition can watch the performances at an arena-type or 360-degree open stage that offers a good vantage point from any angle.
Revelers can also expect to be immersed in all the happenings during the culmination of Dinagyang on 24, 25 and 26 January, with street dancing, parades, fireworks and other activities aimed at promoting inclusivity among the residents and visitors of Iloilo City.
Iloilo City is already famous for being a culinary destination. And in the Philippines, where there’s a fiesta, there’s definitely an overflow of delectable feasts!
Among the places one must visit is Richmonde Hotel Iloilo’s The Granary, where a sumptuous spread at the special Dinagyang Festival Dinner Buffets will be served on 24, 25 and 26 January from 6 to 10 p.m. The starters, soups, salads, entrées, carvings, action stations and desserts will consist of an appetizing mix of Filipino items and global gastronomy to create a completely satisfying meal.
The Granary is all set to serve up appetizing dishes for 24 hours to energize the tired and hungry revelers on 24, 25 and 26 January. A filling breakfast buffet, available from 6 to 10 a.m., will include a variety of morning meal staples like freshly baked breads, fruits, cereals, bacon and eggs, including an assortment of viands and beverages.
The outlet’s extensive a la carte menu, available from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., provides a cornucopia of epicurean delights with something for everyone and for every craving — hearty soups, fresh salads, meaty and seafood entrées, pasta, paella, gourmet sandwiches and luscious desserts.
Dinagyang partygoers staying out late into the night can take comfort in a delicious recovery meal with The Granary’s special “Hangover Buffet” served from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m.
Choose from yummy pairings of arroz caldo with biscocho, pancit molo with paborita, batchoy with puto manapla and pata with pandesal.
There are rice topping choices, too, of pork tocino with garlic rice, chicken inasal with adobo rice and karne frita with kalkag fried rice.
To complete this unique and dazzling Dinagyang experience, travelers can book a room at Richmonde Hotel Iloilo and enjoy plush and spacious accommodations they can retire to after a long day of merry-making.
With its convenient location within the modern township of Iloilo Business Park at the heart of Mandurriao, Richmonde provides easy access to the different venues of the Dinagyang activities around the city.
Room rates from 24 to 26 January start at P6,800 nett for a Deluxe Room, P7,300 nett for a Premier Room and P12,800 nett for a One Bedroom Suite. These are valid for either single or double occupancy and include breakfast buffet for up to two adults and two children five years old and below, Wi-Fi access and use of the hotel’s gym and swimming pool. Rooms are limited so it is best to make a reservation now to avoid the rush.
Experience the culture and taste of Iloilo this Dinagyang at Richmonde Hotel Iloilo and book your room now. For inquiries and reservations, call Richmonde Hotel Iloilo at (33) 328-7888 /0917-5809642 or send an email to email@example.com. Book online and get guaranteed best rates and instant confirmation at www.richmondehoteliloilo.com.ph.