Park and Dine with B Hotel Alabang and Quezon City can make you feel safer

B Hotel Alabang and B Hotel Quezon City have recently launched the “Park & Dine” option for guests who are still hesitant to dine inside restaurant establishments due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. With Park & Dine, guests can park, order, and enjoy their favorite dishes within the comfort of their vehicles. It will be served to their cars how it would normally be inside the hotel’s café and restaurants. 


A specially made plank will be placed on the guests’ vehicle to serve as a dining table. Various payment options are available, including cashless or digital payments for lesser contact.


“We thought about the guests who miss dining in but are still afraid of going outside their comfort zones, and even guests who love to order from our hotels but are not within the reach of their delivery apps,” said Mr. Ryan Chan, B Hotels Managing Director, as to why they pursued this new concept.


With this new initiative, dining in can now feel safer and with the same quality of food and services as inside the hotel.


As one of the leading locally-owned hotel groups, The Bellevue Hotels & Resorts remain committed to offering its guests a safe and comfortable dining experience.  All of its hotels are consistently implementing stringent health and safety protocols to ensure the well-being of both their guests and employees.


Park & Dine is available at B Hotel Alabang’s Prime Café from 4 PM to 10 PM, Mondays to Sundays; and at B Hotel Quezon City’s Johnny’s Steak and Grill from 11 AM to 8 PM, Wednesdays to Saturdays.


For more information, guests can reach (+632) 8828 8181 for B Hotel Alabang, and (+632) 990 5000 for B Hotel Quezon City.

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