Manila Hotel is located by the picturesque Manila Bay in the heart of Manila, Philippines. The Manila Hotel, opened in 1912 and extensively remodelled in the 1970s is a Philippine landmark, home to high society and political intrigue, and often a scene of historic events.
Expect to pay between USD $185 and USD $450 per room depending on room choice and seasonal rate.
Indulge your epicurean cravings in one of the three in-house restaurants that offer guests an extensive selection of international and local cuisines.
Dine at the Mabuhay Palace for a taste of authentic Cantonese dishes, have a taste of the most luxurious French cuisines at the Champagne Room, or try a gastronomic tour of the world at the Café Ilang-Ilang.
Manila Hotel offers more than 500 guests rooms that are all equipped with modern amenities designed for guest’s comfort.
The rooms are all tatsefully decorated in a classic Filipiniana theme visible in the use of capiz shells, wood furniture, and paintings by Filipino artists.
Each room is spaciously outfitted with advanced in-room technology and takes advantage of the hotel’s location with the rooms overlooking the Manila Bay, the magnificent sunset, or the fascinating view of the historic Intramuros district below.
On-site services include an outdoor pool, health club, spa, sauna, Jacuzzi, and a business center.
Manila Hotel is located by the picturesque Manila Bay in the heart of Manila, Philippines.
With a legacy of service spanning over 99 years, it perfectly mirrors the best of Filipino culture, history, and hospitality.
This makes Manila Hotel more than a hotel but a national landmark that is genuinely and truly Filipino.
Its line-up of stylish restaurants offers Chinese, French, Continental, Western, Japanese, and native cuisines.
The Manila Hotel also has a pool, a newly opened Spa and Health Club that are complete with state-of-the-art equipment and facilities.
"What do General MacArthur, The Beatles and Me have in common? We all stayed at Manila Hotel. Manila Hotel opened in 1912. It has established a reputation of being the home to political figures, the elite and the famous.
In 2008, Manila Hotel started renovating the rooms and updated the facilities. All of the rooms are now fully refurbished. Just in time for the centennial celebration on October 2012.
I booked a Superior Deluxe room for an overnight stay. The rates are surprisingly cheaper compared to Mandarin Oriental where we stayed a month ago. I paid PhP7995 (USD190) nett inclusive of buffet breakfast for two and free wifi.
Check in was fuss free. We arrived 1pm and the room is ready. Valet parking very efficient. I was delighted Manila Hotel uses Senso Memory Foam mattress.
We have the same mattress at home. It's very comfy for my back. I had the most restful hotel sleep that night. The hotel is very generous with pillows. We have 10 pillows in the room!
The breakfast buffet is kinda disappointing. Very ordinary. A la Carte menu and in room dining reasonably priced. I love the karekare. Room service and housekeeping very efficient." Roselle T, Philippines
"We spent two nights in a deluxe room at a surprisingly good rate through DHR with breakfast included. I loved everything about this hotel.
The room is a little tired, though spacious, overlooked the bay and the decor did not appeal. We spent very little time in the room.
It is the foyer, the swimming pool and restaurant that make this hotel. There was a choir singing, people enjoy high tea, a wedding in the banquet room.
This place is fascinating, you could people watch all day. It has that special feel that makes a great hotel. Outstanding buffet dinner and breakfast. Left very satisfied." WillKeepTravelling, Melbourne