1. Not far from the airport. Many people have commented in the past. The airport used GRAB in the past, about 300 pesos, less than RMB 50, which is more convenient;
2. The specific location is in the MELATE area of Manila Bay. If you plan to travel in Manila Bay, or if the main activity area is in Manila City (manila in the narrow sense and Metro Manila in the broad sense is not a concept) you can live; otherwise it is not recommended to live here, because Hotels in the Manila Bay area are generally more expensive than hotels in other areas;
3. The rooms are clean. Each room has windows. There is no dark room without windows. But the windows are just a whole glass, and they cannot be opened and ventilated. Ventilation can only be achieved by air conditioning systems;
4. The waiters are very nice; polite and enthusiastically just right;
5. Of course, the hotel rooms are relatively small, and the conditions can only be said to be slightly better than domestic economic chain hotels. For example, the level of 7 days is not as good as that of Vienna. Fortunately, the hotel decoration and facilities are very new. thumbs up;
6. Behind the hotel is the area where Japanese and Koreans are concentrated, various KTVs, SPAs, etc. These are all Filipino characteristics, so I wo n’t describe them much;
7. It's more convenient to find food, from the Philippines, Japan and South Korea, China, etc. The streets around the hotel are everywhere; however, I generally do n’t eat Chinese food unless I stay abroad for a long time because Chinese food is much more expensive than local food. The COCO MOON restaurant mentioned in the comments above seems to be opened by the Chinese (I have n’t been there, but the cigarette butts and cigarette cases of Chinese cigarettes were found at the door :), I basically turned left at the hotel and walked for about 200 meters. That Filipino restaurant settled;
8. The Philip Hotel does not provide slippers, toothpaste, toothbrushes, or even water glasses, so it is best to bring them by yourself; if you do n’t bring them, you can solve them 7-11 downstairs, both;
9. The above comment mentioned that going out at night and seeing many people sleeping on the roadside is also a common phenomenon in the Philippines. In fact, you don't need to worry about them; of course, it is not wrong for female tourists to be more careful any time of;
10, if traveling, do not ride a carriage, basically are the killer. Of course, if you want to experience it and feel confident that English is good, just sit and do it. Get out of the car, they are asking for tens of thousands of pesos at any time, don't bother him. FXXK gives him a meal and throws him 500 pesos. Don't worry about how he dares to treat you. Of course, the above recommendations are for men only, and preferably two or more men. A characteristic of Chinese tourists is that they are too aggressive, so they are easily bullied.
11. Make a reservation on the Internet in advance, the price and pay at the front desk are cheaper; if you want to continue to live after entering, the price will rise. So, if you plan to stay for a few days, book a few days in advance, and don't stay after that.
That's it, it's already a long comment.