November 29, 2018

The Peak in Grand Hyatt Manila Brings Elegance in Dining and Entertainment

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  • Grand Hyatt Manila sets the bar of dining and hospitality notably high with its newest concept–The Peak: a bar, a grill, and a restaurant on the 60th to the 62nd floor of the tallest skyscraper in the country.

    Inspired by penthouse living, The Peak, in general, flaunts a laid-back and cozy vibe of home, a perfect setting for the desired night out.

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    “We are excited to welcome guests and to show them what we have created for them; because we believe that The Peak is best explained through experience. From interiors, dining, and live entertainment, there will always something new waiting to be discovered,” said Benjamin Schertzer, manager of The Peak.

    The Peak manager Benjamin Schertzer

    The Peak gives a one-of-a-kind journey for everyone who plans to visit. Being ushered first from the lobby, guests will surely be enthralled immediately by the elegance of the place.

    The Peak is a destination on its own, having a music lounge, whiskey bar, grill restaurant, and The Peak bar. The grill has an open kitchen where diners can watch how their food is being thoroughly curated and prepared by the reputable Chef De Cuisine Manuel Baenziger.

    Enjoy generous servings of Maryland Crab Cake and Australian Wagyu Rib Eye with a choice from a wide array of new and old imported wines selections. Make it an even more unforgettable dining experience by savoring these appetizing eats in the open terrace, overlooking the breathtaking views of Manila skyline.

    For socialization and entertainment, the music lounge is the place to be. Headlined by the international band, Legacy, the blissful fun will turn into an unexpected revelry with songs from Lucile Bannholtzer and Michele Iurili, Clifford Myers, Thomas Gilbert, and Rustein Merriweather. Live DJs will also be performing to intensify the ongoing party while everyone is indulging in their drinks.

    Another thing to see at The Peak is the whiskey bar where guests can unwind while enjoying the view of city lights. This bar is perfect for private parties, providing different private rooms available for more intimate celebrations.

    Meanwhile, a different experience awaits at The Peak bar. There is an open deck that has a great spot to watch the picturesque sunset, where you can enjoy a glass of wine and a plate of fresh oysters.

    The Peak’s entrancing interiors was conceptualized and designed by Tokyo-based international design firm Nao Taniyama & Associates with touches of the local culture, exemplified through the main receiving area as it sports bold statement walls reflective of the traditional Filipino tattoo patterns.

    Asked what vision he had for The Peak, Nao Taniyama shared, “A place that can become a role to connect the past, current and future of the Philippines. Not only the Philippines, but Asia today is growing in a speed which cannot be compared with any periods in the past. However, because of times like this, we need to further look ahead in the future as well as to remind us of things we must not forget.”

    The Peak is part of a collection of moments of more by Grand Hyatt Manila. For reservations and more details, call +632 8381234 or email The Peak is located at the 60th to 62nd floor of Grand Hyatt Manila, 8th Avenue, corner 35th Street Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.

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