Metro Manila · Solaire Resort & Casino
Everything is a size larger at the newly established Solaire Resort & Casino: 500 rooms, villas and suites on an area of 8,3 hectares, 4600 employees, 1200 slot machines, 300 gaming tables, a VIP area for wealthy high rollers, and several bars and signature restaurants.
Solaire opened its doors in March 2013 and is still growing. The pool area, the spa and a luxury retail space are soon to be opened. It is the first of four resort and casino complexes that form the new 'Entertainment City', the Philippines' new gambling and leisure paradise.
Four signature restaurants (three of them facing the sea) offer Japanese, Chinese, Italian and steakhouse cuisine, prepared by international top chefs. In addition, a food court and a 24-hour noodle house serve those who just want to grab a bite after their gaming session.
Why Megacitizens Should Pay This Establishment A Visit
Now you don't have to fly to Macau or Singapore anymore to try your luck in a glittering, Las Vegas-like setting.
Solaire is also a good choice if you are in Manila only for an overnight stay or to attend a convention, as it is strategically located between the airport and the convention centers beside Mall of Asia (MoA).
The casino is open 24/7, 364 days a year – it only closes on Good Friday, when the law prohibits gambling.
One of the bars has live music every evening.
Grand Ballroom for functions.
Location & How To Get There
Solaire Resort & Casino is located right at Manila Bay, between Mall of Asia and the Airport. Shuttles commute between MoA and Solaire.
1 Solaire Boulevard
Entertainment City, Paranaque City
Tel: (63) 2 888 8888
Europe's most popular ABBA tribute band is touring in the Philippines and stops by at Solaire and PICC.