Cove Manila, envisioned to be the biggest lifestyle and nightlife destination in Southeast Asia, is the newest premier club to open in the metro!
The $120M mega-structure boasts of a 9,000-sqm luxurious beach club and nightclub fitted with a butterfly-shaped pool and three-storey buildings, which house luxurious cabanas with private hot tubs, all found under one massive dome structure!
Located within the biggest integrated resort in the Philippines, Okada Manila, Cove Manila opened its doors last Friday, with Grammy-nominated DJ Steve Aoki fittingly as the headliner. Did I mention it can fit up to 4,500 people?
Here’s what to expect when pools and club music come together…
Cove Manila is located within Okada Manila’s 44-hectare property in Parañaque City.
Here’s the beach club and night club layout:
To give perspective on how big it is, it is four (4) times bigger than the Palace Pool Club in BGC.
The Beach Club
By day, Cove Manila looks entirely like a resort complex, with its swim-up bar, butterfly-shaped pool, and private cabanas, all enclosed under a column-free steel and glass dome structure.
Feel free to chill and bask without worrying about your skin or the weather.
The glass dome is UV-protected and hermetically-controlled!
They have 29 luxurious cabanas in total that can fit up to 25-50 people. Depending on the event, cabana prices can go from P150-350k a night!
The Miami-inspired cabanas have colorful interiors and even faux trees to set that chill vibe. Each cabana is equipped with a hot tub, comfortable seating, television, and even their own private shower and toilet.
View from your private hot tub.
The best part comes during sunset hour when you get to see the fantastic picturesque views of the world-famous Manila Bay horizon while chilling in the pool or having a glass of your favorite drink.
The Night Life
Cove Manila boasts of its state-of-the-art entertainment facility. It includes the most advanced Tony Andrews’ Funktion-One high-resolution sound system and a unique six-ring kinetic chandelier, which can produce up to 10,000 special effects and choreographed LED video mapping.
Imagine jamming along to your favorite beats with these bad-boys in the background!
Tables can go from Php7,000 minimum on a regular Thursday night for 6 people (consumable).
You’ll never get thirsty…they have five bars in total!
There are two located at the nightclub, one in the main pool, and two more at the cabanas.
Food includes your basic bar chow from nachos and cheese sticks, to sandwiches and burritos.
(Photo by @findingtrixie)
For this month, the world-class facility will be hosting several headliners beginning with Steve Aoki on the 15th; two-time Grammy nominated producer and global festival headliner, Dirty South, on December 22; Dutch DJ and music producer Laidback Luke on December 23…
(Photo by @findingtrixie)
…Spanish electro house DJ and producer Danny Avila on December 29; Dirty Dutch DJ Chuckie on December 30; and Grammy Best Remix awardee Cedric Gervais at the New Year’s Eve party on December 31!
Overall, Cove Manila is a good mix of laid-back summer vibe and great music, where club goers can dance and party the night away under the grandest and most stunning view of the famed Manila Bay skyline. Will this be your new fave hangout place?
Congratulations to Okada for successfully launching Cove Manila!
Live an Awesome Life,
ABI of Team Our Awesome Planet
Disclosure: We were media guests of Okada Manila. I wrote this article with my biases, opinions, and insights.
P.S. There are no restaurants inside Cove Manila.