Cove Manila is Southeast Asia’s newest entertainment space with its indoor beach club and nightclub, boasting some of the most advanced audio, video and ambient lighting technologies that promise an unparalleled world-class experience.
The Indoor Beach Club features an advanced climate control system that emulates a cool bayside atmosphere for a picture-perfect “summer experience” all year long. Guests can experience the venue’s luxury cabanas with five-star hotel amenities and a private hot tub—all while enjoying remarkable views of the Manila Bay and the vast 9000-sqm venue.
Meanwhile, the Nightclub is home to the country’s first six-ring kinetic chandelier capable of about 10,000 visual and kinetic effects that engulf the audience in a trance-like experience on the dance floor. This along with the Funktion-One Sound System by world-renowned sound engineer Tony Andrews takes the venue’s multi-sensory experience to new heights. All of this combined completes an eventful day-to-night party found nowhere else.
Okada Manila, New Seaside Drive, Entertainment City, Parañaque City, 1701, Metro Manila, Philippines
Sunday – 1:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Thursday – 10:00 pm to 3:00 am
Friday – 10:30 pm to 5:00 am
Saturday – 10:30 pm to 5:00 am
Guests are required to wear upscale fashion-forward club attire. The venue does not permit hats, sandals, slippers, baggy clothing, shorts, and overly athletic clothing. Collared shirts are required for men.
Indoor Beach Club Attire
Guests are required to wear beachwear or summer casual attire. Baggy and overly athletic attire is strictly prohibited in the venue.
Proper pool attire: Swimsuits (i.e. Board shorts for men, bikinis/swimsuits for women)
Prohibited apparel in the pool: Full clothing is strictly prohibited when swimming in the pool.The venue does not permit Jeans or pants in the water, undergarments such as boxers, bras and panties, chains or baggy clothing, t-shirts and rash guards, overly athletic gear, clothing that contains rivets, hooks, or studs
Important: The Management reserves the right to deny entry to guests who do not comply with the dress code.