Located in the heart of the picturesque entertainment district of Malate, Casa Nicarosa Hotel is a cozy, private retreat for both elite business travellers and tourists. Casa Nicarosa Hotel offers unique, elegant Spanish-Mediterranean interiors and a relaxing, sunny, breezy veranda which harkens back to times past.
Rooms range from between USD $50 and USD $100 per night.
The hotel does not have a restaurant but complimentary continental buffet breakfast is provided in the room rate.
Inspired by Spanish - Mediterranean style, all rooms are very spacious. Twenty-two handsomely-appointed guestrooms in a variety of sizes and layouts have standard amenities which include, individual air-conditioning unit, cable television and hot and cold shower
Deluxe rooms are equipped with a mini refrigerator, while suite rooms have both the mini refrigerator and microwave oven.
Rooms have city views. The 22 air-conditioned guestrooms at Casa Nicarosa Hotel include complimentary toiletries, complimentary wireless and wired high-speed Internet access is provided. Televisions are equipped with cable channels.
In addition, housekeeping is offered daily and amenities available on request include in-room massages. All guestrooms at Casa Nicarosa Hotel are non-smoking.
Manila is on your doorstep to provide your entertainment which will have something for everyone.
The hotel offers unique, elegant Spanish-Mediterranean style interiors and a relaxing, sunny breezy veranda which is reminiscent of historic times.
Located in the heart of the picturesque entertainment district of Malate, Casa Nicarosa Hotel is a cozy, private retreat for both elite business travellers and tourists.
"I have stayed at Casa Nicarosa twice in the past year, the first time alone and the second with my fiancée. While the place is certainly not perfect, it is an excellent value given prices of around 2000 pesos per night.
A Continental breakfast is included and wireless internet is available for free (although usually not in the rooms themselves because the access point has a weak signal... you need to go to the lobby or the breakfast room and the signal should be fine).
Most of the rooms are very nice and when I was there last they were remodelling two rooms I was unimpressed with before. The beds had real mattresses, not foam, and with the air on my fiancée and I slept very comfortably. The view is nonexistent (the back of another building), but the location is excellent for getting to shopping, the boardwalk, the US Embassy, the zoo, parks and restaurants.
I found the staff to be very accommodating and helpful, and on my second visit I met the owner who was extremely personable and friendly.
If you want the amenities of a luxury resort then pay three times as much and enjoy yourself, but if you want a nice place to stay at almost the rock bottom rates for Manila, try Casa Nicarosa. You'll be pleasantly surprised." Limocrash, Cagayan de Oro, Philippines
"I had a pleasent stay at the Casa Nicarosa hotel in Malate, a walking distance to the bayside, although its renovated, I could enjoyed it because of my proffession being a civil engineer. Malate is as I been told the ancient place where history been made.
The hotel is hidden, first dissapointed end then wow... not bad. Is worth the price.
Thanks to the manager/owner Chynthia. I enjoyed her presence. And of course the staff, very nice and kind Phileppinas. Love them. I definitely will pay them a visit again. Keep on the good work." Samarin k, Amsterdam