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Sheraton Manila Bay
4.4/5108 Reviews

Sheraton Manila Bay

Manila Bay Manila|2.22km from Lyceum of the Philippines University
This hotel is adequate, but slightly overpriced vs. competition. While they have updated the lobby in recent years, from what I can tell there has been little effort to update guest rooms, which are dated vs. other 5 star properties like the Westin. The one differentiating factor this hotel previously had was a great breakfast buffet served in the Pacific Lounge on the 21st floor with floor to ceiling windows that gave a sweeping view of the skyline and the bay. It was carpeted with cushioned club chairs and those soft surfaces absorbed noise and the overall experience was a great way to start your day compared to the crowded and loud breakfast buffets at other 5 star hotels. Well someone decided to spend a lot of money to destroy that experience. They have opened a new restaurant on the first floor that is loud, crowded and gives you a view of 7-11 across the street instead of the bay. I spoke to the GM about this, so he already knows my opinion, but what continues to strike me is his point that the Pacific Lounge is “a premium space” - yes Sir, that’s true and previously it was one that virtually all your guests got to enjoy which is exactly why it was THE difference maker for this hotel. I came back thru Manila for a night on May 15 and was going to try the Sheraton one more time, but it was fully booked. Instead I stayed at the Westin for less money. There was no comparison- the Westin’s rooms have a much higher end finish, their food was better, and the service there was far superior like being provided a welcome drink and the Manager sending fruit to my room with a welcome note. The Sheraton Manila Bay is no longer on par with Manila’s best hotels

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Swiss-Belhotel Blulane Manila Philippines
4.2/5840 Reviews

Swiss-Belhotel Blulane Manila Philippines

Manila|1.14km from Lyceum of the Philippines University
During my recent 3-day, 2-night stay at Swiss-Belhotel Blulane in Manila, the overall experience left much to be desired. While the hotel had potential, the importance of providing quality service to guests seemed inconsistent. Firstly, there was a noticeable discrepancy in the service provided by the on-the-job trainees. While some displayed genuine warmth and eagerness to assist, others seemed hesitant, particularly when they perceived that a guest might not offer a tip. This attitude detracted from the overall guest experience and contradicted the essence of hospitality, which should prioritize genuine care and assistance regardless of gratuity. Additionally, the functionality of the elevators was a significant inconvenience. With only one elevator in operation, guests frequently experienced delays and overcrowding, resulting in frustration and inconvenience. This issue significantly impacted the efficiency of guest movement within the hotel and should be addressed promptly to enhance overall satisfaction. In conclusion, while this hotel in Manila has potential, there are notable areas for improvement, particularly in ensuring consistent and genuine guest service and addressing operational inefficiencies such as elevator functionality. By instilling in all staff members, including trainees, a genuine commitment to hospitality and service excellence, the hotel can elevate the overall guest experience and distinguish itself as a premier destination for travelers.
Sheraton Manila Bay
4.4/5108 Reviews

Sheraton Manila Bay

Manila Bay Manila|2.22km from Lyceum of the Philippines University
This hotel is adequate, but slightly overpriced vs. competition. While they have updated the lobby in recent years, from what I can tell there has been little effort to update guest rooms, which are dated vs. other 5 star properties like the Westin. The one differentiating factor this hotel previously had was a great breakfast buffet served in the Pacific Lounge on the 21st floor with floor to ceiling windows that gave a sweeping view of the skyline and the bay. It was carpeted with cushioned club chairs and those soft surfaces absorbed noise and the overall experience was a great way to start your day compared to the crowded and loud breakfast buffets at other 5 star hotels. Well someone decided to spend a lot of money to destroy that experience. They have opened a new restaurant on the first floor that is loud, crowded and gives you a view of 7-11 across the street instead of the bay. I spoke to the GM about this, so he already knows my opinion, but what continues to strike me is his point that the Pacific Lounge is “a premium space” - yes Sir, that’s true and previously it was one that virtually all your guests got to enjoy which is exactly why it was THE difference maker for this hotel. I came back thru Manila for a night on May 15 and was going to try the Sheraton one more time, but it was fully booked. Instead I stayed at the Westin for less money. There was no comparison- the Westin’s rooms have a much higher end finish, their food was better, and the service there was far superior like being provided a welcome drink and the Manager sending fruit to my room with a welcome note. The Sheraton Manila Bay is no longer on par with Manila’s best hotels

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Dormitels.ph Ermita
3/527 Reviews
Manila Bay
Hotel a bit difficult to find. There is no street entrance. The reception is on the 2nd floor. You have to go through a small corridor with a money changer. The staff is friendly like almost everywhere in the Philippines 🇵🇭. There is Wi-Fi, shower, with 💦 🔥 hot water. A small 📺 television and we are in manila. You can find better for the same price when we arrived. We were offered a room with bunk beds because there was a booking error. But everything was back to normal when we came back in the evening we had a room with a double bed
RedDoorz Plus @ Chinatown Binondo
3.4/512 Reviews
China Town
#positive #I was happy with the Room Size, Corridor Soundproofing, Hotel Smell, Nearby Restaurants, Safety, Nearby Activities; #喜欢# I am satisfied with the size of the room, the sound insulation of the corridor, the smell of the hotel, the proximity to the restaurant, the safety, and the proximity to activities
The Bayleaf Intramuros
4.1/544 Reviews
Within the walls and historical area, to visit the historical places. The breakfast is reasonable and is served on the top floor so the view is good. Additionally, it has a restaurant and night bar on the roof that is very busy and has a good atmosphere. The rooms do not have all the maintenance and cleaning details of a 4-star hotel, but it is reasonable. The staff was very friendly and helpful.
8Hostel
3.7/521 Reviews
The room and the hostel is very clean. The staff is nice and very helpful especially Ms. Marivic. There's free water (hot & cold) and also coffee everyday. There's also ref inside the room. May 7 eleven din sa labas ng building. And they have good wifi connection. 8 hostel is perfect for those who are looking for a cheap place to stay yet safe, comfy, and clean. Very nice too for Muslim Travellers because it just a short walk away from the Quiapo Golden Mosque and there are a lot of halal restaurants nearby.
Ramada by Wyndham Manila Central
4.2/5174 Reviews
China Town
Location wise, super accessible to restaurants. Near a church and near to nearby tourist spot. The room is bigger than usual. There's a workspace where you can do your work properly. The comfort room is also big which I like since the bathtub is separate from the shower.
Hotel Sogo Avenida
4.4/59 Reviews
there doing lots of road works in the area so hotel is a little hard to find, but it was very nice clean quiet and has Netflix. will be there again this Sunday night

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Manila Travel Guide

Explore Lyceum of the Philippines University in Manila

Lyceum of the Philippines University is a prestigious educational institution located in the heart of Manila. Established in 1952, it has since become one of the top universities in the Philippines, known for its academic excellence and vibrant campus life.

Must-Experience Things at Lyceum of the Philippines University

  • Attend the annual LPU Intramurals, a week-long sports event where students showcase their athletic skills and team spirit.
  • Visit the LPU Museum, which houses a collection of artifacts and artworks that reflect the rich cultural heritage of the Philippines.
  • Explore the LPU Library, a haven for book lovers and a valuable resource for students and researchers.
  • Join student organizations and clubs to engage in various extracurricular activities and meet like-minded individuals.
  • Participate in the LPU Annual Job Fair, where companies from different industries gather to offer employment opportunities to graduating students.

Better to Know Before Visiting Lyceum of the Philippines University

Here are some important things to know before visiting Lyceum of the Philippines University:

  • Check the university's website for the latest campus rules and regulations, as well as the academic calendar.
  • Make sure to bring a valid identification card for security purposes.
  • Wear comfortable clothing and shoes, as you may need to do a lot of walking around the campus.

Transportation Near Lyceum of the Philippines University

Getting to Lyceum of the Philippines University is convenient, thanks to its proximity to various transportation options:

  • Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) - Approximately 8 kilometers away from the university
  • Manila North Harbor - Approximately 2 kilometers away from the university
  • Manila Light Rail Transit Line 1 (LRT-1) - Pedro Gil Station is just a short walk from the university

Tips for Booking Hotels Near Lyceum of the Philippines University in Manila

  • Check for hotels that offer shuttle services to and from the university to make commuting easier.
  • Consider staying in hotels that are within walking distance of the university to save time and transportation costs.
  • Read reviews from previous guests to get an idea of the hotel's quality and customer service.
  • Book in advance, especially during peak seasons, to secure the best rates and availability.

When planning your visit to Lyceum of the Philippines University in Manila, make sure to explore the unique experiences the university offers, be prepared with important information, and choose the right accommodation near the campus to enhance your stay.

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