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I’ve always known The Bellevue Manila as one of the most premier hotels in the South of Metro Manila with its world-class hospitality, it’s warm and cozy accommodations and classy and exciting facilities. I haven’t set foot in the hotel though until recently during the launch of their Bellevue Kids Club last Father’s Day, June 19, 2016.


The event area was decorated in Filipiniana that day, which was the theme for the launch. There were a lot of Filipiniana-themed performances, such as local dances by Indak Lahi, Shadow Play by Museo Pambata, as well as various games and raffle draws that both the young and the young-at-heart truly enjoyed.



We later on learned that the Bellevue Kids Club was formed in order to give kids and their families unforgettable memories and experiences, which is exactly what the hotel is all about. Those who are members of the Bellevue Kids Club get to take part in themed activities every Sunday that the whole family can enjoy. Isn’t that fun? Well, if the activities during the launch are any indication, being a member of the Bellevue Kids Club will be a whole lot of fun indeed.

That day, each kid was presented with a passport. All they had to do was to go around the different booths and participate in their activities in order to have their passports stamped. Those who were able to have their passports stamped completely got to take home a goodie bag after the event.

Two of the sponsors,  YouPoundIt and Faber Castell set up their own booths.


My son, Ziggy and my hubby were able to enjoy the coloring activity by Faber Castell.


Belo Baby had a tattoo booth, which Ziggy got to enjoy as well. Here he is with old friends, Elsen and Wyatt.


We got to take home loot from Belo Baby too!


There was a lot of food prepared at the buffet but I think the kids enjoyed this candy buffet the most, as well as the ice cream from Carmen’s Best.


We also learned that day that The Bellevue Hotels and Resorts currently has a contest. Your kid can actually Be the Face of the Bellevue Kids Club!


The contest has actually been extended. Entries will be accepted until June 30th, so if you’re interested, you gotta act fast and let your kids join now! The updated contest mechanics can be found here. Winners will be announced on July 13, 2016.

If you want to register your kids to be part of the Bellevue Kids Club, you can do so easily by filling up this form.

For more information about the Bellevue Kids Club, visit TheBellevue.com and follow The Bellevue Manila on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.


Thank you for having us, Bellevue Manila! We had fun!

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  1. What are the benefits of being a Bellevue Kids Club member? I like Bellevue. We used to frequent the place as a guest of someone who checked in hahaha! it was my BFF’s favorite place to check into when he’s here from the US so we get to have breakfast there whenever he’s here.
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  2. I think I saw your son and his friends, nakasama niya sa table yung anak ko while watching shadow play of Museo Pambata. I did not notice the candy buffet. hehehe!
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  3. Looks really fun!! =) I hope Ziggy gets to be the face of Bellevue kids. =)

  4. Oooohhh this is nice! Would love to let my little girl join but she’s not yet 2yo 🙁 Sayang!! Huhu thanks for sharing 😉
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  5. More reasons to try a staycation at Bellevue. Nice marketing strategy – happy kids = satisfied parents ?
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  6. It’s good to see folk dance being performed. Bihira na kasi un so it’s like a breath of fresh air. Looks like the kids had fun.
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  7. Fellow mom bloggers who attended this event find this really fun and informative. And its nice to know that they also came up with something new for kids. Just like to know further benefits, please. Thank you.

  8. I like that they’re teaching the kids about our culture and tradition. I bet you guys had a great time! That’s a father’s day well spent!
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  9. This kids club looks interesting. We have yet to try this hotel though. I hope we can stay there in the future.
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  10. Hi there,
    How much is it to join the kids club? The event looks very lovely, by the way. 🙂

  11. Looks like a really fun event! The kids will really enjoy activities like this. Good job Bellevue Manila!?

  12. Looks like a fun-filled day! 🙂 I love that there’s a cultural dance pa. It’s a good way to let the kids appreciate art and culture. I haven’t been to Bellevue. It’s a long way from where we live kasi.
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  13. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to attend but it looks like it was so much fun. If it wasn’t so far from where we live we would have checked this out!
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  14. Ohhh! I’m from the South and have fond memories in Bellevue. Happy to know my toddler can now enjoy it too!
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  15. I bet all the kids enjoyed this event, my favorite is the tattoo activity. I hope we get to visit Bellevue Hotel someday.
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  16. Too bad I missed this event. I’m sure my daughter and I would have enjoyed it. It’s just too far from where I live.
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