If you happen to be looking for a venue for your special occasion, may it be birthday, wedding, convention, corporate or social events. You might want to check out and consider the newest addition to the Ibarra’s event venues…CASA IBARRA.
Located inside the Mall of Asia complex in Pasay City, Casa Ibarra is a standout in the area because of its modern Filipino design which exudes sophistication and elegance. You will see it on its interiors-wood, capiz, raffia fabric and T’nalak which is specially handwoven from Mindanao.
Guests drive up to the porte-cochere for drop-off and enter the lobby dominated by the 11 x 3.5m Homage to Monet artwork of French-Filipino artist Olivia d’Aboville. Specially commissioned for Casa Ibarra, this artwork is made of 365 meters of handwoven silk from Palawan and Aklan. It is the artist’s largest work to date, and evokes an air of lightness and romance.
Casa Ibarra by the way is Ibarra Party Venues and Catering’s 5th and grandest venue to date and with over 17 years of experience in the party venue and catering business, this made them very reputable in their field.
Have you been to any of Ibarra’s venues? Each location is distinctive in design and architecture.
- Ibarra’s Garden in Manila is a classic home from the 1920’s, with a garden inspired by American Art Deco architecture.
- Plaza Ibarra along Timog Avenue, Quezon City is a Mediterranean-themed garden with elegant ballrooms and lighted grand staircase.
- Bella Ibarra in Quezon Avenue was built around a timeless and elegant theme and is suited for both small and large gatherings.
- Villa Ibarra in Tagaytay is a small hotel offering stunning views of Taal Lake. It has often been booked primarily for weddings.
Going back. Putting the grand in grand ballroom is Casa Ibarra’s main centerpiece, the 600-sqm. Sala de Amor on the second floor. The grand ballroom accommodates as much as 350 guests and features six majestic capiz chandeliers and lighted onyx pillars. Each chandelier is made of over 20,000 capiz shells. Whoa! You have to see these chandeliers personally. They look majestic!
On one side of the room is a grand stairway where steps light up one by one as the celebrator or VIP comes down to meet guests from a landing with two facing staircases. If a bride and groom ever wanted to make a grand entrance for their reception, this staircase will give them that.
Sala de Amor also has it’s own private room which is very spacious. Debutants, bride and groom, performers and VIPs can stay in this room to prepare for their event.
An even more intimate venue would be the porte-cochere’s balcony, offering lively views of the district, or of the moonrise. The area can fit as much as 80 guests for a small wedding set-up or for open air cocktails. It is also often used for photo shoots.
No party would be complete without glorious food and Ibarra’s has become known for offering a wide Filipino and international selection. Casa Ibarra carries Western, Mediterranean, Oriental, Spanish, and Filipino menu choices. Some of their specialties and signature dishes are Ibarra’s hickory pork spare ribs, braised beef shank and seafood paella. I have tasted some of these dishes and they were superb! Good food.
Ibarra’s also provides off-site catering services for parties and corporate events.
A typical Ibarra’s package starts at about P133,000 all-in. This already includes numerous amenities but all still customizable to the client’s preferences. The company believes in giving great value for money for a hassle-free and enjoyable client event.
CASA IBARRA WILL TAKE CARE OF YOU
Ibarra’s banquet sales associates are also knowledgeable about many fine details like a church schedule or the duration of a ceremony. They assist a client from the preparation stage all the way to the end of an event. Now who wouldn’t want that kind of service?
So if you’re planning a baptism, a kiddie birthday, debut, wedding, product launch, graduation or the company’s next big office party, consider Casa Ibarra as your new partner in memory- and merrymaking.
For inquiries and booking, contact the following branches:
1635 Quezon Ave., West Triangle, Quezon City
411.5529 / 410.5553
Lot 17 Coral Way CBP1, MOA Complex, Pasay City
525 Padre Faura St., Ermita Manila
77 Timog Ave., South Triangle, Quezon City
130 Aguinaldo Highway, Brgy. Maharlika East, Tagaytay City
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