Le Pavillon And Le Parc: Venues For Celebration

Aside from building quality and elegant homes in the Bay Area, property developer Federal Land, Inc. has put together two projects that could soon be considered the premiere events venues for celebrating important occasions in life.

Situated right within the exclusive complex called Metro Park in Pasay City, both Le Pavillon and Le Parc offer a strategic location in the booming central business district of Bay Area. Accessibility is also easy since these projects are located between two of Manila's major thoroughfares - Roxas Boulevard and EDSA.

Since it is more spacious, the Le Pavillon can easily accommodate big events like conventions, product launches, weddings, fashion shows, and bazaars. It also offers facilities that provide utmost satisfaction to guests. In fact, guests would already feel a warm welcome upon entering its elegant reception lobby.

For guests who want an al fresco experience, the Le Pavillon also has a bricked side patio that is ideal for dining extension setups and outdoor activities. Food concessionaires can also use it for food festivals and bazaars. Moreover, parking at Le Pavillon comes with covered drive-up grand entrance while drivers are given their own waiting shed so they will feel more comfortable.

Its total floor area is 1,800 sqm and is wide enough to accommodate as many as 1,200 persons for a cocktail setup, 1,000 guests in a sit-down setup, and up to 1,500 persons for a theater-type arrangement.

Le Parc is the newest showroom and entertainment center inside Metro Park. Intimate occasions like weddings, debuts and parties can be celebrated here. The venue's total floor area for the main hall is 400 sqm and the gallery area is 240 sqm. The showroom and the model units of both SixSenses Resort and Bay Garden Club & Residences can also be found inside Le Parc.

Inside Metro Park where both events places are located, the safety of guests is assured as 24/7 security is provided by roving guards. Ample parking spaces are available, with 570 parking slots for Le Pavillon and 92 on-site slots for Le Parc.

Utility personnel as well as janitorial services may also be provided when needed. Aside from Le Pavillon and Le Parc, other new developments within the Metro Park are a resort, a commercial strip, and a couple of luxury residential developments.

The SixSenses Resort is a two-hectare masterplanned community guaranteed to offer a one-of-a kind resort lifestyle experience, and a captivating landscape to savor every day. Resembling the infinity symbol ("8"), the towers at SixSenses Resort exude artistic grandness in all its units.

The units bring in a new level of lifestyle opulence, and come in two-bedroom or three-bedroom suites. Residents who plan to go from one part of the development to the other get ample coverage from the sun through its covered walkways.

Sports enthusiasts, on the other hand, can play table tennis, badminton, squash, basketball or tennis at designated courts.

Another development that's seen to add prestige to the 40-hectare Metro Park is the Bluebay Walk, an anticipated upscale commercial strip on this side of Bay Area. Once completed, this urban complex will occupy a sprawling 1.3 hectares of retail space that will house high-end luxury brands.

Other high-rise luxury residences which offer first-class, super-sized amenities can also be found within the area. The first phase, called Bay Garden, is a five-tower residential development located in the heart of the sprawling complex that offers tranquility, panoramic views and idyllic walkways.

Residents can also take pride in its high-end facilities and amenities such as a picturesque landscape garden and a wading pool.

The second phase is called Bay Garden Club & Residences, a three-tower development that enables its residents to enjoy a unique summer escapade right within the city. It offers a long swimming pool, children's playground with sandbox, a yoga and meditation area, bar and grill, landscaped gardens and an outdoor lounge area that has been designed by PGAA, noted landscape architect.


Editor’s note:Yahoo Philippines encourages responsible comments that add dimension to the discussion. No bashing or hate speech, please. You can express your opinion without slamming others or making derogatory remarks.

  • First China air force drills in 'far offshore' Pacific
    First China air force drills in 'far offshore' Pacific

    China's air force has carried out its first ever military drill over the western Pacific Ocean, state media said, highlighting Beijing's growing military reach. Several aircraft from China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) on Monday flew over the ocean via the Bashi Channel, which runs between Taiwan and the Philippines, the official Xinhua news agency said. "This is the first time that the PLA Air Force conducted such drills in an airspace far offshore from Chinese coastlines," Xinhua cited …

  • Shorter hours for rail lines tomorrow
    Shorter hours for rail lines tomorrow

    The Metro Rail Transit (MRT), Light Rail Transit (LRT) and the Philippine National Railways (PNR) will have shorter hours tomorrow for the replacement of defective railroad tracks during the Holy Week. …

  • Noy increases allowances for cops, soldiers
    Noy increases allowances for cops, soldiers

    President Aquino has signed a joint congressional resolution raising the daily subsistence allowance for both members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and the Philippine National Police (PNP). Presidential spokesman Edwin Lacierda said Aquino signed last March 27 the merged Joint Resolution 2 of the Senate and Joint Resolution 26 of the House of Representatives. Speaking to reporters, Lacierda yesterday said the daily allowances of police officers and soldiers were raised from P90 …

  • Oil firms raise gas prices today
    Oil firms raise gas prices today

    This year’s Holy Week break will be accompanied by an increase in local pump prices after oil companies announced yesterday a P1.10 per liter hike for gasoline and P0.60 per liter for diesel effective today. “Phoenix Petroleum Philippines will increase the prices of gasoline by P1.10 per liter and diesel by P0.60 per liter effective 6 a.m. of March 31, 2015 to reflect the movements in the prices of refined petroleum products in the international market,” said Phoenix Petroleum, an independent …

  • DFA denies dropping Phl claim to Sabah
    DFA denies dropping Phl claim to Sabah

    The Philippines has never offered to drop its Sabah claim in exchange for Malaysia’s support for Manila’s arbitration case against China over the West Philippine Sea issue, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said yesterday. “In the context of our friendly bilateral relations, our two countries have been for years exchanging ways on how to address the issue of the extended continental shelf (ECS) in the South China Sea,” Foreign Affairs spokesman Charles Jose said in explaining the DFA’s …

  • Pagcor remits record high P5 B to national treasury
    Pagcor remits record high P5 B to national treasury

    The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. (Pagcor) has remitted P5 billion in cash dividends to the National Treasury, fully settling all its arrears incurred in the last several years. Pagcor chairman and chief executive officer Cristino Naguiat Jr. said with this year’s remittance, the state-owned gaming firm has fully settled all remaining arrears in cash dividends that were incurred by the previous administration since 2005. Pagcor’s cash dividends to the National Treasury under its …

  • Maysak moves closer to Phl
    Maysak moves closer to Phl

    The typhoon with international name Maysak slightly accelerated as it moved closer to the Philippines yesterday, threatening to dump rains over eastern Luzon this weekend, the state weather bureau said. Rene Paciente, senior weather forecaster of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), said Maysak was spotted at 2,175 kilometers east of Mindanao as of 1 p.m. yesterday. Paciente said based on their latest forecast, Maysak is likely to affect …

  • Phl gets P2-B climate projects from Germany
    Phl gets P2-B climate projects from Germany

    The Philippines is getting 41 million euros or around P2 billion from the International Climate Initiative (ICI) of Germany that will fund 10 bilateral projects to address the impact of climate change. Climate Change Commission (CCC) vice chairman Lucille Sering yesterday met with Norbert Gorissen – head of the International Climate Finance of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety – to discuss the projects, some of which will be …


Should Aquino be held accountable over the Mamasapano operations?

Poll Choice Options