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Marriott Cebu Offers Unli Drinks. Escoopers Enjoyed DIY Mojitos.

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Marriott Cebu

Cheers! As we toast to the end of El Nino, the possibility of rain and more of it abounds. But here’s hoping it won’t lead to more flooding in Cebu as experienced at the beginning of July. Because admittedly, La Nina is here and expect for lot of rain.


With the weather hopefully cooling, the need to bring the temperature up has also become another thing to consider. Thankfully, there is a Cebu hotel that offers unlimited drinks that would help cool you down as you chill and dine at its great room or just simply chill while lounging around with friends—presenting the Marriott.


Marriott brings a treat to anyone who wants to get that buzz while chatting with friends and enjoying the comfort in a lounge accompanied with live entertainment. The thing here is you have to do it yourself. Yes, there’s a DIY Mojito in this hotel within Cebu Business Park that encourages its patrons to take that simple hard work of choosing fruity accompaniments including syrup to alcohol that brings the buzz up before you dine in at the Great Room or take a full meal at Marriott’s Garden Cafe.


The do-it-yourself Mojito with unli drinks can be enjoyed from 6-9 pm at Marriott Cebu at 599 pesos. 

READ ALSO: Sheration Cebu Mactan Resort Finally Opens


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