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Having a Sweet Life at Discovery Suites

Having a vacation can be stressful at times ...the hassle of packing things, traveling far, traffic and unpacking. That's why more people choose to spend their weekends at the hotel which is more convenient and stress-free. There are lots of online discount deals now giving up to 50% off on hotel room rates, which means that the market for that is increasing. If I got the moolah then I would definitely get a voucher because hotel life is really sweet! My sister invited me, my kid and mom at Discovery Suites because she got a free overnight stay there. Maybe  this was a freebie from booking a 3-bedroom suite and 2-bedroom suite for my niece's debut last year. Discovery Suite has a great location being situated right in the heart of Ortigas Center. Just across Podium Mall and ADB. St. Francis Square, Robinsons Galleria and SM Megamall are just a few steps away from the hotel. So if you get bored, there are lots of things you can do nearby like shop, watch a movie, play billiards, bowling, etc. 
My sis was supposed to stay in a 2-bedroom suite, but was lucky to get an upgrade to a  3-bedroom suite...isn't that SWEET?
There is a room with a queen-size bed, a room with a single bed and a room with two beds. 
The master bedroom have its own bathroom while the single and two-bed rooms share a bathroom.
There is no bathtub in the shared bathroom which sucks because my kid hate using the shower...LOL. Anyone would feel at home in this suite because it has its own dining area, a kitchen with refrigerator, coffeemaker and microwave, a living room and even a small work desk. There's FREE Wi-Fi too!
Oh yes! Enjoy the view from the room...
And the highlight of our short but sweet stay there is the swimming area which has a freezing cold pool and a warm jacuzzi.
Since there is no kiddie pool, most of the kids stay at the jacuzzi plus the water there is warm unlike the big pool...It was just funny seeing a huge muscular guy dip in the small jacuzzi with those kids...he gets splattered with water all over his face..LOL! 
I hope they give big discounts at Discovery Suites soon! Calling all discount deals websites.
For more info about this hotel, please check their website:

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  1. I also love staying at hotels. You should try H20 and I saw them having promos and actually bought a voucher for 4k plus only.

  2. Thanks for this post! We are happy that you enjoyed your stay with us. We have a great summer package now called SUMMER IN THE CITY. Rates start at P 4,999++ and includes breakfast, free WiFi, 10% discount on Food & Beverage and a choice from the following add on perks: Lunch buffet, a set dinner for 2 or a 1-hour massage at Terra Spa. Call 7198888 to reserve.

    1. thanks! if i get to earn extra this summer then i will definitely take this deal :)

  3. one of my favorite hotels in manila! i always book my relatives there every time they visit the Philippines.

  4. ang bongga naman dyan! sana makapag check in din ako dyan someday.LOL

  5. Very interesting blog. A lot of blogs I see these days don't really provide anything that attract others, but I'm most definitely interested in this one. Just thought that I would post and let you know.


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