14 January 2020 – As the Philippines’ grandest festival draws nearer, Quest Hotel & Conference Center Cebu launches a weeklong series of colorful displays, enriching heritage activities, and gastronomic dining offers to celebrate Cebu’s very own Sinulog.
Throughout the week, Quest Hotel & Conference Center Cebu showcases the island’s rich heritage and strong Christian faith with a variety of installations. Starting January 13, guests are invited to visit a replica of the Magellan’s Cross Shrine at the lobby, housing a collection of images of the Señor Santo Niño, and the hotel’s very own visual rendition of the Child Jesus by Cebuano artist Anthony Fermin done during a live painting at the hotel’s opening in 2012.
Event sponsor Casa Gorordo Museum also opens its doors to a pop-up, where tour guides share about the well-preserved Filipino home. Museum tickets and children’s activities are also available at the booth.
As the Sinulog weekend comes in, guests witness an exuberating show of talent and tradition at the lobby. From January 17 to 19, Casa Gorordo Museum’s Cultural Dancers will perform live with an appearance of Quest Hotel’s Sinulog Queen at 2PM.
On January 19, Casa Gorordo Museum stages a Sinug or traditional prayer dance at 7AM, an educational performance combining drama and dance that sheds light on the history of the Sinulog festival. To pump up the volume, drum beaters Infinity Tribe will have an electrifying performance at 5PM.
It is an exhilarating fiesta celebration throughout the Sinulog weekend at Quest Hotel & Conference Center Cebu. For inquiries or reservations, please call (63 32) 402 5999 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For real-time updates, guests may follow @questhotelcebu on Instagram; and facebook.com/cebuquesthotel on Facebook.