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Casa Guille

Situated in the historic pilgrimage city of Antipolo, Casa Guille serves as both a setting for special occasions and a striking backdrop for photographs. Built in the 1990s, the original structure functioned as the ancestral residence of Rodolfo Ongpauco, the renowned restaurateur from Manila. It was remodeled and given a new name in 2022 in honor of the new owner's patriarch.  

With a modern Mediterranean flair, this easy-to-find home turned into an events space, boasts huge minimalist function hall, lovely terraces, cozy private rooms and an expansive outdoor space. Its exteriors, with sliding glass windows and sturdy metal doors, mix very well with the area's old vibe.

Casa Guille, which takes up 3000 square meters ground, is not just spacious and gorgeous. What distinguishes it is its modern vintage atmosphere which sets the standard for old-house makeovers.  It has an undeniable charm yet a welcoming ambiance. Among its notable features are the grand staircase, stone and brick walls, and rustic gates, while the renovated facades provide guests with an unobstructed view of the pool and multiple garden spaces. The lower ground level retains elements of its past, such as antique tables, glass windows, and other classic details.

At one of the most surprising locations in Manila East, guests can expect timeless elegance and exceptional service in this newest gem of a venue. With its unique blend of the past and the present, it's more than just a location; it's an embodiment of heritage and contemporary finesse, inviting guests to immerse themselves in a story woven by time and architecture.

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