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Manila Philippines Accommodations

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The Manila center point is approximately 1 mile north of Plaza Ruiz and 1 mile west of University of Santo Tomas.

Manila Hotels/Accommodations

Orion Hotel
3rd Floor Prime Block Bldg. Cm Recto Ave., Manila, 1012 Philippines
  • 3 star Downtown property
  • 41 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • Hotel could use some updating
  • Stained carpeting
Ramada Manila in Manila Ongpin Cor. Quintin Paredes Sts. Binondo, Manila, 1006 Philippines
  • High-end Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 15 floors
Manila Hotel : 1 Rizal Park
1 Rizal Park, Manila, 1000 Philippines
  • Luxury 5 star Convention Center hotel
  • 37 suites in property
Very Good 4.0 /5Read Reviews CallBookMore Details
Casa Bocobo Hotel : Jorge Bocobo St. Cor. Kalaw Ave.
Jorge Bocobo St. Cor. Kalaw Ave., Manila, 1000 Philippines
  • Affordable Downtown property
  • 63 rooms in hotel
  • Single rooms are tiny
  • Price and location are the best
Very Good 4.0 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
Manila Pavilion Hotel & Casino United Nations Ave. Ermita Manila 1000, Manila, 1000 Philippines
  • The Manila Pavilion Hotel & Casino combines comfortable accommodations with exciting nightly entertainment. You can visit such nearby attractions as Casa Manila, Manila Bay, the San Agustin Museum, and the Malacanang Palace, but there is so much to do at the Manila Pavilion Hotel you may not want to. A stay at this hotel means you get to enjoy an outdoor swimming pool with poolside bar, a coffee shop, a spa, a sauna, a steam room, a fitness facility, several shops, a garden, a salon, several restaurants, several bars, and a casino. Wireless Internet is available throughout the hotel, including in the guest rooms and suites.
  • Four-star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 22 floors
  • Rooms need regular maintenance
  • Most guests enjoyed the restaurants & bars nearby
Average 3.0 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
Hotel H2o : Luneta
Luneta, Manila, 1000 Philippines
  • Four star Downtown hotel
  • Gym / Fitness Center Available
  • Great concierge service
  • Friendly service
Very Good 4.0 /5Recent Reviews CallBookMore Details
Best Western Hotel La Corona Manila 1166 Mh Del Pilar Cor. Arquiza Sts. Ermita, Manila, 1000 Philippines
  • 3-star hotel
  • 50 sleeping rooms in hotel
Very Good 4.0 /5Read Reviews CallBookMore Details
Lotus Garden Hotel Manila 1227 A. Mabini Cor. Padre Faura Sts. Ermita, Manila, 1000 Philippines
  • Affordable Downtown hotel
  • Access to gym on-site
Very Good 4.0 /5Review Score CallBookMore Details
Eurotel : 616 Pedro St. Malate
616 Pedro St. Malate, Manila, 1004 Philippines
  • Cheap Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 2 meeting rooms
  • Great location
  • Breakfast is mediocre
Ag New World Manila Bay Hotel (Formerly Hyatt Regency Hotel) 1588 Pedro Gil Corner Mh Del Pilar, Manila, 1004 Philippines
  • Luxury Five Star Downtown hotel
  • 8 meeting rooms in property
Very Good 4.5 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
Pan Pacific Manila - Manila M. Adriatico Corner General Malvar St., Manila, 1004 Philippines
  • Luxury 5-star Downtown hotel
  • Check-in time: 02:00 PM
  • World class service
  • About half of guests thought it was too noisy
Very Good 4.5 /5Guest Reviews CallBookMore Details
New Solanie Hotel 1811 Leon Guinto St. Malate, Manila, 1004 Philippines
  • Midscale Downtown hotel
  • 48 rooms in hotel
  • Nice room
  • Rooms are great
1775 Adriatico Suites - Manila 1775 Interior M. Adriatico, Manila, 1004 Philippines
  • 3 star Downtown property
  • 60 sleeping rooms in hotel
Very Good 4.5 /5Review Score CallBookMore Details
Hotel Benilde Maison De La Salle : Arellano Corner Estrada St. Arellano Corner Estrada St., Manila, Philippines
  • Expensive hotel
Very Good 4.5 /5Review Score CallBookMore Details
Las Palmas Hotel in Manila
1616 A. Mabini St. Malate Manila, Manila, 1004 Philippines
  • 3-star Downtown hotel
  • 102 rooms in property
  • Shower was ok
  • Good deal for price
Broadway Court Apartelle 4th Street - Quezon City No 96 4th St. New Manila, Quezon City, 1112 Philippines ~4.19 miles east of Manila
  • 3 star Suburban property
  • Check-in: 6:00 AM
  • There are lots of sounds outside
  • Most guests liked the proximity to shopping
Century Park Hotel - Manila
Philippines 599 P. Ocampo St. 1004 Malate Manila, Manila, 1004 Philippines
  • High end Convention Center hotel
  • Gym is available on property
  • Most guests criticized the unstylish hotel
  • About half of guests said rooms were clean enough
Hotel Jen Manila Formerly Traders Hotel - Pasay 3001 Roxas Blvd., Pasay, 1305 Philippines ~4.38 miles south of Manila
  • High end Convention Center property
  • 19 floors in hotel
Very Good 4.0 /5Read Reviews CallBookMore Details
24h Apartment Hotel : 1406 Vito Cruz Extension Coner Balagtas St.
1406 Vito Cruz Extension Coner Balagtas St., Makati City, 1204 Philippines ~4.39 miles southeast of Manila
  • Mid-scale Downtown hotel
  • Shuttle from airport available
  • Most guests thought they were poorly maintained
  • Dirty pool, said 71%
Rooms498 in Mandaluyong 498 Boni Ave., Mandaluyong, 1550 Philippines ~4.84 miles southeast of Manila
  • Low Cost Downtown property
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
  • Great location
  • Good Hotel
Best Western Oxford Suites Makati in Makati City
518 P. Burgos St., Makati City, 1210 Philippines ~5.35 miles southeast of Manila
  • 3 star Downtown property
  • 154 rooms in property
Marco Polo Ortigas Manila Meralco Ave. & Sapphire St. Ortigas Center, Pasig, 1600 Philippines ~5.37 miles east of Manila
  • Luxury 5 star hotel
  • 45 floors in property
Very Good 4.5 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
The Mini Suites Eton Tower Makati 128 Dela Rosa St. Cor. Va Rufino St. Makati C, Makati, 1229 Philippines ~5.40 miles southeast of Manila
  • 3-star Downtown hotel
  • Fitness + Health Center
Average 3.5 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
The Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences 119 L P Leviste St., Makati, 1227 Philippines ~5.51 miles southeast of Manila
  • Four star Suburban hotel
  • Gym is available on property
  • Wifi quality could be improved
  • About half of guests said the view was so-so
Very Good 4.5 /5Latest Reviews CallBookMore Details
Berjaya Makati Hotel 7835 Makati Ave. Corner of Eduque St., Makati, 1200 Philippines ~5.51 miles southeast of Manila
  • Affordable Downtown property
  • AC needs updating
  • Superb location
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'I have known pain and hunger. I have also known happiness and success. Throughout all those things, I have never felt my love for the God lessen one bit.” 
This quote by Manny Pacquiao, the top ranked boxing champion who has lived his impressionable age life in Manilla, in a way, reflects the strength of spirituality that Manila has been built upon. It is this very strength that has seen it through countless floods and famines, battles and revolts. 

Manila is perhaps the only city in Philippines known by and large on a global scale. It also happens to be the most densely populated city in the world – a dubious feat that the city would probably love to shed. Despite that, it is the powerhouse for the whole of Philippines economy, as over 50% of the total GDP can be traced back to one of the 16 districts of Manila National Capital Region. 

The city itself can trace its roots back over one millennium, to the heyday of the Malay Empire. Subsequently, Manila has become an important trading pit stop for vessels trading items to and from China and Europe. In the middle ages of colonialism, Manila, much like the rest of Philippines, was conquered by the naval forces of Spanish Empire. For over three centuries, Manila had to endure this Spanish influence, turning it into a pseudo-Spanish city, much like some cities in South America. 

Manila of today is best described as a global city that acts a local hub of commerce, trade, culture and art. Visited by over 100,000 tourists from all over the world every year (on an average), the city has tried her best to develop its infrastructure to accommodate these hordes of tourists and visitors. Hotels in Manila, hence, are some of the finest as well as grandest in the region. 

Reasonably Priced Stay in Manila 

Habitual tourists tend to incline more towards finding a hotel that just get the job done by providing the most basic of amenities, all the while not compromising with the safety, hygiene and comfort aspects. Such budget hotels in Manila serve a bigger purpose by allowing tourists to save big on their touring budget and allowing them to spend more, adding more money to the local economy. 

Cheap hotels, contrary to what most people seem to think, do not necessarily have to be shabby. There are many good-enough exceptions to this misconception in Manila – especially in the heart of the city. 

Raising The Bar a Notch Higher 

Let's move on, from cheap hotels to more lavish ones. These are present in abundance in Manila, as well. Pan Pacific Manila is among the best luxury establishments in Manila, regularly hosting important people and celebrities. For those who want the highest degree of comfort and style with no regard for hefty prices, Pan Pacific can be the most suitable option. 

Apart from this, there are many other names that can be mentioned in this context. Some of these are: New World Manila Bay Hotel, Sofitel Manila, Bayleaf Hotel, Hotel Manila etc. 

The best part of staying with a luxury hotel is that in most cases, the prices are inclusive of many other freebies. The commonest among these are free gym sessions, free spa and massage therapy, free sightseeing packages, free local transportation, free internet and telephone services, free personal assistance etc. 

The Elusive Middle Ground – Indie Hotels 

The chances are high that cheap Manila hotels will not entice you and luxury establishments will not fall under your budget radar. What is to be done then? 

Well, there are some options that will let you reach for that middle ground between style and affordability, lavishness and comfort & pleasure and safety. 

There are over 300 registered homestays (and many, many unregistered ones) that are known to provide homely accommodation to tourists – right from cosy bedrooms to kitchenettes and personal parking space to flexible stay durations. The most appealing aspect of these independent and boutique stay options is that you can easily customize your stay – you don't have to rely on strict check-in and check-out dates that every other hotel often has in place. That's exactly where such independent and boutique establishments seem to come to the real fore, providing safety, comfort and convenience to their guests, without making severe dents in their trip budget, and allowing them to spend more for the local economy. 

Hotel Sceneario Near Manila Airport 

The international airport at Manila is a fairly busy hub as many long-mile flights (especially from Australia to Europe and the other way around) tend to have a fuelling stop at Manila. If you are traveling to any other city in Philippines, you will have to land at the Manila International Airport without any choice. 

It would be worth knowing, in this case, more about what the hotel scene is like around this airport. To put it very simply, there is very slim chance of you finding a good hotel within a reasonably short radius of the airport. To have a good and real look at worthy Manila hotels, you will invariably have to go the city center. 

If you haven't booked your hotel for your stay in Manila in advance, you would be glad to know that many of such establishments in Manila – irrespective of their distance from the airport – do accept major global currencies for transactions. The most widely accepted foreign currency in Manila is US Dollar, followed by Euro and Great British Pound. 

Get The Timing Correct! 

As Manila is a nearly-tropical and coastal city, it's always the best idea to know more about when it's the best time of the year to visit. As far as the weather is concerned, January to March is the best three-month phase for tourists to travel to Manila, as it's not overly humid or overly hot during these months. 

As far as hotel prices are concerned, the best time to visit Manila is between October to December. 

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