Okada Shakes Up Manila’s Gaming Scene

One of the Retreat Spa's spacious massage rooms.

One of the Retreat Spa’s spacious massage rooms.

Okada Manila, touted as the Philippines’ largest integrated resort casino, will formally launch this July, joining a slew of similar gaming facilities that have opened in the country. Equipped with 500 tables and 3,000 electronic gaming machines, it is the third to open at a government property that was developed with the vision of turning Manila into one of the biggest gambling cities in Asia.

World of Wonders: performances at the hotel combining the Japanese and Philippines culture.

World of Wonders: performances at the hotel combining Japanese and Philippine culture.

Sprawled over 44 hectares, Okada has 993 rooms ranging from 55 square meter deluxe spaces to 1,400 square meter villas, all of which offer stunning views of Manila Bay. It also has 33 carefully designed cabanas and bungalows for guests who need more privacy. The property houses the world’s largest multicolor moving fountain, the country’s first indoor beach club, and a 9,000 square meter event venue called Cove Manila. Worth US$33 million, the property is also marketing itself as a shopping and dining mecca, featuring 50 luxury stores and more than 40 dining establishments.

A view of the Deluxe room.

A view of one of the deluxe rooms.

A peek of Imamura, their exquisite Japanese restaurant.

A peek of Imamura, their exquisite Japanese restaurant.

For more information, please visit Okada Manila  

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