Watch Pacman-Mayweather Fight at Marriott Manila with Brunch Buffet

Of all the sports events that will take place this year, this is probably one of the most-awaited. Maybe that is an understatement, because this fight between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. is dubbed by many as “fight of the century.” The undefeated pound-for-pound king, Mayweather, and the eight-division world champion, Pacquiao, will settle their sport dispute once and for all on May 3, 2015 at the MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada.

For those who can’t fly straight to the City of Angels, there are a lot of options to watch the biggest fight in the century. Like at the Marriott Manila Garden Room. And the seats are just like the front rows of the MGM Arena. How does it sound for you?

Your P3,500 will go a long way as you enjoy both the fight and the experience of watching it. You can enjoy the exchange of punches as you indulge in the brunch buffet that will cater to you at Marriott Hotel from 8am to 1pm. This includes oven baked ham at the carving station, Filipino favorites such as tocino and beef tapa, international selections consisting of bacon, hash brown, yoghurt and cereal, an interactive egg station and a collection of freshly baked breads and pastries, plus unlimited drinks such as San Miguel Beer, iced tea, and soda.

You may not be at the MGM Grand but with live satellite feed from L.A in multiple large screen projectors in high-definition and superb audio, you can feel that you have been in the ringside cheering for the awesome fight.

Want this kind of experience? Reserve your tickets now! The Garden Room is located at the ground level of Marriott Manila across NAIA Terminal 3. It is at the Newport City Complex a quick 15-minute drive from the Makati Business District and Boifacio Global City, Taguig.

For inquiries and reservations call (02) 988 999 or visit To join ongoing conversations, like, follow @marriottmanila on Twitter, and @manilamarriott on Instagram

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