Explore new places instead of spending the holidays at home. Head to one of the queen cities of the southern Philippines and spend a night, or even a week or two at Summit Circle Cebu.
Located at Fuente Osmeña Circle, Cebu City, the hotel is a center for cultural, social, political events. Summit Circle gives you easy access to explore the rest of the city.
Check our map to help you explore Cebu: The Lechon Capital of the World.
With its enviable location, it is ideal for visitors who want to see more and experience the best of what historic Cebu City has to offer.
Until December 31, 2014, enjoy wonderful deals at Summit Circle:
Pay only Php6,888 for a 4 day/3 night stay or Php8,088 for 5day/4 night stay. Rates are inclusive of daily breakfast for 2 adults and 2 kids, 7 years old and below.
Present your Cebu Pacific Boarding Pass when you check-in at the hotel and get a Php1,000.00 discount for all deluxe king, twin and double rooms. The offer is good for walk-in guests as well as guests with phone reservations (subject to room availability) for a maximum of three (3) nights.
Enjoy Cebu’s distinctive lechon, it is part of Summit Circle’s Christmas and New Year holiday buffets.
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The C2 restaurant at Summit Circle Cebu makes savoring the Yuletide cheer much more enjoyable and delectable with unique Filipino fusion Christmas and New Year’s feasts.
And, if you’re game to exploring more gastronomical finds, check out Food Tripping in Cebu City.
Join Cebu's own way of celebrating the holiday season, raise your glasses of champagne, dance the night away, and delight in the sparkling Christmas lights and fireworks.
When you need a respite from all that revelry, take a short break and try out Tito Alcala’s comfortable SILYA (Sa Iyo Lolo at Lola, Yantok Aming Alay) rocking chairs at the Summit Circle Lobby.
Catch your breath, take in the surroundings and have a moment to yourself before you join the merrymaking again.
Fill Your Christmas With Good Vibes!
(Photo credit: Pacific Press / Corbis, via Condé Nast Traveler)