DreamPlay is located at the Upper Ground Floor of the City of Dreams Manila, near The Shops at the Boulevard.Operating Hours:
10am to 10pm
Weekend/Holiday Rates: 4 hours – children, P880, adults, P400. Two hours – children, P600, adults, P330. Hourly extensions: P300 children, P150 adults. Day rate: 1500, children, P680 adults. Toddlers two to 4 years old: P100, flat rate.
Weekday Rates: 4 hours – P680, children, P300 adults. Two hours – P480 children, P260 adults. Hourly extension: P250 children, P120 adults. Day rates: P1200 children, P350 adults. Toddlers two to 4 years old: P50, flat rate.
NOTE: According to the press release, “unaccompanied adults will not be allowed entry.”
I came from a Jergens event and lacked sleep so by the time we came back to Hyatt at around 5pm I’m pretty much slumped.
I came in with my Aunt, Geof loved the room. It was his first time to stay in a hotel. He didn’t want to leave.
We went in Dreamplay at 7PM. It closes at 10pm. There aren’t much “rides” or “features” for him anyway so it’s just ample time.
He enjoyed the slides at How to Train Your Dragon
There were more risque booths but he’s too young to try them pa
I pretty much let him roam around the slides and the Shrek center again and again
Oh he also loved the Circus room where he gets to shoot balls with kids his age
There’s this 3d Kung Fu Panda where they move along with the characters. He got bored too soon and left within seconds.
Was it worth it? My son enjoyed playing here a lot and he was happy so it’s all good. But I imagine if I were a kid and was brought here, there aren’t really many things to do and I’ll leave. For parents, the entrance fee is too high and I’d rather bring my child some place else. Not to mention the food alone will cost around 300php/person.
Where to take him next? I’m eyeing on Kidzania. What do you think?