Manila Hotels

Nicknamed the "Pearl of the Orient," Manila is rich in history, opulence and culture. Relax on beautiful beaches or tour Fort Santiago during your stay.

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M. Adriatico corner General Malvar Street, Malate Manila, Philippines 1004
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The World’s Gathering Place at the heart of Manila
2 Resorts Drive, Pasay City Manila, Philippines 1309
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Modern hotel in Manila's Resorts World with spa, restaurants and the country's largest ballroom
80 Andrews Avenue Pasay City, Philippines 1309
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Enjoy luxurious spaces and authentic Filipino hospitality across from the airport in Pasay, Manila.

Manila

Located minutes from the city’s thriving Makati Business District, our Manila accommodation is convenient to everything this destination has to offer.

Getting around Manila is easy, thanks to the Light Rail and Metro Rail Trains. This rail network circles Manila, transporting hotel guests to any destination fast and in air-conditioned comfort. For very short distances, you should definitely experience a jeepney. These U.S. military jeeps, which have been converted into colourfully painted buses, are hard to miss and a mode of transportation that is uniquely Filipino.

After stopping for a meal at Balut Eggspress or Pinoy BBQ at Nanay Q, head to the Ayala Center. An oasis of green space, this shopping and restaurant district comes alive at night, offering a wide variety of hip restaurants, bars, casinos and nightclubs—such as Nirvana Disco Night Club or Realm Night Club—where you can dance, eat, drink and gamble the night away. For a bit of shopping during your trip to Manila, check out Robinsons Place Mall or the Divisoria Market.

When it comes to family fun near our Manila hotels, you can explore the ruins and San Agustin Church at the walled city of Intramuros, Manila’s oldest section. Then tour the Coconut Palace: built for Pope John Paul II, he refused to stay there because it was too opulent. Come visit Manila to experience the luxury for yourself, all from our conveniently located hotels.