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Who’s Been Seen at Revel at the Palace

Who’s Been Seen at Revel at the Palace
By Philippine Tatler
March 24, 2016

Revel at the Palace promises to be the complex’s most exclusive club yet

Since opening its doors in 2014, The Palace has been redefining the Manila clubbing scene with some of the city’s most ambitious establishments. Its newest addition is the ultra-luxury lounge Revel, which caters to a more discerning clientele accustomed to the highest standards.

Revel is a more polished and exclusive version of its predecessors, an intimate venue where people can talk and socialise with ease—no blaring music here. The club boasts 22 couches on its ground floor and 15 at the mezzanine, each with its own unique character. There are couches that overlook The Pool Club, and there are others located in more secluded areas. The icing on the cake is the VVIP table perched on top of the DJ Booth—perfect for club-goers who love the prestige of being at the most exclusive table and space in the establishment.



JM Rodriguez has been in the entertainment business since the early 2000s—hosting, acting, and singing for television, film, and theatre. Rodriguez has redirected this energy towards several business ventures; today, when he’s entertaining, it’s usually at one of the clubs that he co-owns—Privé, 12 Monkeys, Valkyrie, The Palace Pool Club, and Revel.



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This story is published on the March 2016 issue of Philippine Tatler, available in all leading newsstands and bookstores, downloadable via MagzterZinio, and PressReader.


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