This is actually a very long overdue post. We went to Solaire last February because of a problem with room reservations. We had planned to stay there for a night – the night we were going to watch Les Mis. Anyway, in the end, we decided not to stay at Solaire, and opted to stay at Microtel instead as it was quite close and not to mention, cheaper too.
Pretty light fixtures! You’ll be seeing a lot of them when you go to Solaire.
Actually, you can’t take photos of the casino area, but nobody reprimanded me when I took this photo, so… ╭ (oㅇ‿ o#)ᕗ
Again with the interesting looking light fixtures.
The light fixtures inside Solaire’s food court. I love how it’s colourful and very bubbly. ヽ(♡≧m´｡)っ
There are various food stations located inside. One is Patisserie, where you can buy coffee and desserts such as cake. Another is Americano, where you can buy American food like fries, burgers, and hotdogs. Then there’s Sandok, where you can buy Filipino food. There are other stations there that you can try out too.
We ordered food from their Americano food station. Just like in some coffeeshops like Coffee Bean, they hand you this buzzer and when it lights up, you go to the pick-up counter to get your food.
Croissant from the Patisserie section. So, photogenic, much wow. Anyway, I remember that it was soft and fluffy.
Burger from the American station. The patty was thick, though a tad bit bland.
Nachos – they were really good. Again, this was from the American section.
Pizza. I like how they didn’t skimp out on the toppings, but its texture was a bit dry for my liking. That might be because this was on display or something.
Unlike other food courts, the one in Solaire is very clean. The attendants are attentive. Also, another good thing about this food court is that while you eat, you can also enjoy complimentary wifi – courtesy of Solaire Resorts.
Solaire Resorts & Casino is located at Aseana Avenue, Parañaque, Metro Manila, Philippines.