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Manila Hotels

Updated on January 20, 2011

In this hub are the complete lists of hotels in Manila Philippines wherever in the metro you’re gonna be.

Manila, being the capital of the Philippines, is the international gateway to and from the Philippines. It has been discoursed that Manila was the original Global City for it was the summit of the first complete world trade, the Manila Galleons. Interesting huh but I’m not gonna discuss that further. Having the biggest airport in the country, majority of travelers stay in Manila that’s why I’m here for the Manila hotels.

So have you been to Manila? Wehey, I’ve been there countless of times and I always get a pimple everytime. Lol I’m kidding. Manila is a large city. It has a metropolis and a province area. So the hotels in Manila will be chop-chopped later in this hub/article. Anyway, try visiting Greenbelt area in Makati City. It’s a great place for shopping and the business district is just next to it. Eastwood City is very pretty, too. You’ll forget you’re in the Philippines. Don’t miss going to The Fort. Everyone speaks in English in there. lol And yeah, the biggest mall in Asia, the Mall of Asia along the Roxas Boulevard near Manila Bay. Checking in to some hotels there will give you a nice view of the Manila Bay.

Ok so before I forget we’re talking about Manila hotels here, let’s proceed now on the topic.

I’ll start about none other the Manila Hotel. Manila Hotel is the oldest premiere hotel in the Philippines. It has always been said that history never takes a holiday at Manila Hotel. Brief amazing information about this 5-star hotel: It was built in 1909 to rival the Malacañang Palace (the house of the Philippine president). Manila Hotel was the residence of General Douglas MacArthur from 1935 to 1941 and it was inaugurated and officially opened on July 4, 1912 in commemoration of the American Independence. Famous celebrities and historical icons have been here it’s worth staying in this grandiose hotel.

Manila hotels near the airport. Hotels here near the airport (Ninoy Aquino International Airport) are one of the most fully booked obviously because people who just arrived don’t care less than be resting in the nearest hotel. After they regain their normal mood, time for dining, shopping, sightseeing, and everything they planned. Hotels could wait and they are everywhere.

Manila hotels near the US Embassy. The embassy of the US in Manila is along Roxas Boulevard and the Bayview area so there are lots of hotels around the corner. Luxurious or deluxe, majority of the hotels in the bayview area are five-star. If you’re looking for cheaper lodging, go over Malate and Ermita. They are only two minutes away.

A
shangri la makati:
Makati Shangri-La, Ayala Avenue corner Makati Ave, Makati City 1200, Philippines

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B
manila peninsula makati:
The Peninsula Manila, Makati City, Philippines

get directions

C
ninoy aquino international airport:
Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL), Pasay, Philippines

get directions

D
us embassy manila:
Embassy of the United States of America, 1201 Roxas Blvd, Manila 1000, Philippines

get directions

E
Manila Hotel:
Roxas Blvd Manila

get directions

F
mall of asia:
Sm Mall Of Asia, Pasay, Philippines

get directions

Manila hotels in Makati Area. Makati City is the business capital of the Philippines. If you’re on business trip, hotels in Makati like the Shangri-la and the Manila Peninsula will relieve your jetlag and stress. The best hotels can be found here.

Most luxurious hotels in Manila. The best hotels and most luxurious hotels in Manila and the Philippines are in this hub. Luxury is so affordable when you’re in the Philippines. Yeah like the best suite here costs an ordinary room to other countries. I guess I don’t need to explain why. In Shangri-la, a superb executive suite costs from $600 USD to $800 USD for two nights.

Cheap hotels in Manila. Everything is almost affordable here in Manila. Probably, a deluxe room in a five-star hotel here would already be cheap to you. And there are still those cheaper hotels and inns. A nice cheap hotel accommodation for a night costs around 1500 pesos or higher. At least that’s the cheapest rate I found.

photo courtesy of Shangri-la Makati
photo courtesy of Shangri-la Makati

If you want comfort, safety and leisure, just book to the best hotels. Prices and rates aren’t far away from the cheap ones. After all, everything is affordable in Manila.

Thanks for reading my hub about Manila hotels. Bold letters are supposed to have links. But I’m in the moment, making separate hubs for them. See you soon.



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    • twentyfive profile imageAUTHOR

      twentyfive 

      6 years ago

      You're welcome!

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      jeytters 

      6 years ago

      Thank you so much!=)

    • twentyfive profile imageAUTHOR

      twentyfive 

      6 years ago

      Stop at LRT UN Station and take a cab going to Manila Hotel. It costs around 40 pesos for the cab

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      jeytters 

      6 years ago

      Awesome!=) I love reading your hubs..by the way, anyone knows how to get to Manila hotel without getting lost? Lrt then what station will get off? Then what to ride next?thanks! Appreciate much!=)

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      Greg Parrish 

      7 years ago

      It is impressive.I like your hub.

    • twentyfive profile imageAUTHOR

      twentyfive 

      7 years ago

      @Prof A - there are 7107 islands here. Thousand of beaches and islands with no name. ;p

      @Tom - lol my face

      @Coah - It's a pleasure. Thanks a lot :)

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      coachb51 

      7 years ago from West Point, MS

      This is great travel information. I have never been to Manila and now I would love to travel there after reading your hub and seeing these pictures.

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      justom 

      7 years ago from 41042

      Good info, now where does that pimple appear:-D? Peace!! Tom

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      Mentalist acer 

      7 years ago from A Voice in your Mind!

      I would like to stay in a cabin/hut by the beach,please,on an island with no name.;)

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      sameerk 

      7 years ago from India

      nice one

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