Places – and experiences – to discover



As another round of enhanced community quarantine begins, we all need to make sure we have good mental health control. One way to do this is to look forward to the end of this poignant pandemic – with visions of places and experiences that will be ready in time for that real beginning that we all fervently await and pray for.

To live the life of your dreams

Walking into the lobby of a large hotel and entering a luxury hotel room always brings a special kind of magic. Now imagine going through it all just coming home?

It’s a promise that The Residences at The Westin Manila Sonata Place will undoubtedly deliver what developer RLC Residences’ inspired partnership with Marriott International, Inc. collaboration definitely equates to lavish, hotel-like living.

Leave and come home to the grand lobby of a hotel every day.

Located in the heart of Ortigas Center, the luxurious condominium development further raises the standard of living with state-of-the-art amenities, services and units designed to meet the most demanding tastes. To live the very experiences, future residents have a large hotel-like hall to leave and return every day with all the sensations of luxury reaching a crescendo in each dwelling unit. Whether it is a one, two, three bedroom or penthouse living space, each apartment is furnished with brand name products such as Duravit and Hansgrohe for toilet and bathroom accessories and brands German high-end Gaggenau and Leicht for kitchen appliances and cabinets.

In addition, the hotel facilities, amenities and a la carte services of the Westin Manila Hotel located directly across from the residences will always be close at hand, enabling residents of the brand’s six pillars of wellness: ” sleep well ”on a Westin Heavenly Bed; “Eat Well” with hearty meals and drinks from the SuperFoodsRx Menu and The Westin Fresh by the Juicery on request; “Get moving” with WestinWorkout Studio, the trademark, among others; “Play well”, via leisure spaces, namely the games room, the playhouse and the personal theater; and “work well” with The Tangent’s rental workspaces that are safe, comfortable and productive.

With every detail a concern given the demanding collaboration, the beautiful details of this future-looking place are further displayed on www.rlcresidences.com. It is a visit – as virtual as it is – that will certainly be exciting.

Future beach getaway

Being locked in the urban jungle – ECQ or not – will always pale next to the idea of ​​living by the sea. To make it a reality while you work the hardest part of your concrete subway part, admire luxury resort lifestyles already taking a head start through Landco’s Club Laiya and CaSoBÄ“ in Batangas.

Club Laiya is just one of the two seaside towns of Batangas.

Designed with the concept of Leisure Tourism Estates (LTE), consider planned developments that offer mixed-use residential and commercial land located in tourist destinations.

“With a legacy of upscale and exclusive real estate development for over 30 years, we are revolutionizing the concept of real estate ownership for Filipinos with these new beachfront projects. These LTEs serve as tourist and lifestyle destinations in a community setting, with various resort amenities that make it an attractive weekend getaway, a work of a resort option, and a venue for events and conferences ” , said company president Erickson Manzano

Best of all, when completed, these two beach town projects are easily accessible within a two to three hour drive of Metro Manila and minutes from local amenities. A hospital, a public market, a pharmacy, a school, a chapel and tourist places will not be too far away.

Of course, the beachside lifestyle will prevail in these areas with the invigorating view of white sands, sea and sky; nautical sports; gourmet meal; crafts, arts and culture, all made available and accessible for a future that never wants to be locked away again.


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