An overnight stay at the Mövenpick Hotels and Resorts-Cebu in Lapu-Lapu City comes with a free sunset cruise for local tourists.

The promo is good up to the end of May, said Mövenpick Assistant Director of Communications Joanna Cuenco.
 Mövenpick’s deluxe room costs P6,000 good for two adults and two kids under 12 years old and comes with free breakfast. An overnight stay at a one-bedroom suite is priced P7,000. Rooms come with free breakfast, too.

An overnight stay at Movenpick Hotels and Resorts-Cebu comes with a free sunset cruise.

A current attraction at the resort is movie night at the beach which happens nightly. Mövenpick Cebu has set up a large screen and mats with bean bags along the shore for nightly movies for children, at 6:30 p.m., and adults, at 8:30 p.m.

International travelers, according to Cuenco, get 25 percent discount off their accommodations in any of the 70 hotels across the globe of Swiss hospitality company Mövenpick Hotels and Resorts.

The “Endless Sunshine” discount deal, which runs until the end of June, gives tourists “a world of holiday hotel choice from the cultural hotspots of Europe and cool beaches of Asia to the city fun and interesting sites of the Middle East and relaxing resorts of Africa.”

According to Cuenco, many of Mövenpick’s hotels and resorts are in Europe while a few are in Asia and the Middle East.

Mövenpick plans to add 30 more to its chain by 2013. It is set to open another resort, bungalows built over water at an island in Palawan, by December and targeting another hotel in Makati, added Cuenco.

Marlen is the editor of and co-founder of Cebu-based journalism startup InnoPub Media.

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