In front of a global audience, Iris Mittenaere was crowned the new Miss Universe at Mall of Asia Arena in Manila, Philippines. The three-hour special programming event aired live on FOX in the United States.
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The Philippines is home to 7,107 islands offering infinite experience and adventure anyone can dream of. It will be a privilege to share what the home of the reigning Miss Universe can offer to the competition's candidates and guests. With the unique culture of the Filipino people, one being fond of beauty competitions, hosting Miss Universe will showcase the warm hospitality and helpful nature of the people. The history of the Philippines
in holding prestigious international events proves to be a strong quality of the country in making successful and memorable occasions. The Philippines first hosted the Miss Universe in 1974, which was also the first time for the competition to be held in Asia. The last time the Philippines hosted the competition was in 1994 and after more than 20 years apart, the country is more than ready to welcome Miss Universe in our islands in 2017.
Mall of Asia Arena
The Mall of Asia Arena stands as an entertainment powerhouse that has welcomed superstars like Madonna, Aerosmith, Bruno Mars, and Taylor Swift, and transformed into sports centers for the NBA and One FC. Housing some of the biggest international events such as the APEC Economic Leaders' Meeting and the Papal Visit,
the Mall of Asia Arena is an architectural “Eye-con” that emerges at the Mall of Asia Complex, and does not only offer entertainment through its events, but also a more complete experience with the different lifestyle and entertainment hubs found at nearby Mall of Asia, making it a true icon of entertainment.
Conrad Manila offers 347 rooms and suites, with motion sensors that recognize a guest's arrival. The hotel sits on a two-level mall, has connections to the SMX Convention Center and adjacent to Mall of Asia. Restaurants include all-day dining Brasserie on 3, China Blue by Jereme Leung featuring a
modern interpretation of traditional Chinese cuisine and C Lounge, the hotel's lobby lounge and bar. The hotel has pillar-less ballrooms and function rooms for any type of events, equipped with the latest technology. Leisure facilities include a spa, 24-hour fitness center and outdoor pool.