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Sheraton Manila Bay
4.4/5106 Reviews

Sheraton Manila Bay

Manila Bay Manila|2.59km from Malacanan Palace

Latest booking 24 hrs ago

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
4.2/5833 Reviews

Swiss-Belhotel Blulane Manila Philippines

Manila|1.82km from Malacanan Palace

Latest booking 18 hrs ago

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
4.4/5106 Reviews

Sheraton Manila Bay

Manila Bay Manila|2.59km from Malacanan Palace

Latest booking 24 hrs ago

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
Winford Resort and Casino Manila
4.2/562 Reviews

Winford Resort and Casino Manila

Manila|2.74km from Malacanan Palace

Latest booking 23 hrs ago

We stayed at Winford overnight to celebrate my brother's birthday. I could say it was a very nice experience. When we arrived, the room was already available. I even requested for a room on a higher floor and they gave me a good one. The ambience and lighting fixtures were really nice and the waiting area with sofa as well. We stayed at an Executive Suite. The room was also nice. It had a bath tub, separate shower and 2 wash basin. There is also another toilet upon entry but with watercloset and wash basin. The view was also nice though its more of houses and the rizal mountains. The pool size has a good size and not crowded and also heated. We had dinner at the poolbar since they have Acoustic band playing on saturdays. The service was a bit slow since there were lots of people and the food came from the ****** kitchen. Also, they do not accept room charging if it exceeds the 2k deposit. First time to experience this, good thing my brother brought his wallet. Food and liquor was good too. For breakfast, they also have a good selection however they do not have bacon :( sad. Nonetheless, the breakfast experience was good as well. They also sent a birthday cake for my brother. Check-out was fast too. One downside is the parking area which was on the 7th floor. It was a round swirl going up or down and caused us to be dizzy. Overall, i recommend this hotel. It is not very high-end but the service and people are good and facilities are nice. P.S. We were not able to go to the ****** as we have a kid with us.

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OYO 894 Cosmo Hotel P Campa Manila
3.6/51 Reviews
very nice hotel
Hotel Sogo Recto
3.6/58 Reviews
Very tidy hotel ,team members very gently , prompt answer with courtesy with any question , any request was sort out in 5 minutes.. Front Office very helpful for my quarantine. Very very well done ..room 440
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.
UrbanView at San Antonio's Place Sampaloc Manila
3.1/518 Reviews
This is the second time we are staying in this hotel. The last time was last June and we exactly had the same problem still. The last time we went here, they mentioned that wifi is not working since there's something that needs to be fixed. Fast forward to 4 months later, the lady in the front desk presented the wifi username and password but when we tried to connect, no internet still. The last time we went here, they gave us a different remote to the TV. Now, we got the right remote but lady mentioned that it's not cable TV but we can watch something thru the net. Poof. It's also not connected. The beds are comfy tho but pillows' too thin. The faucet in the sink was damaged. They don't have other amenities. Location is okay if you want to explore UST, quiapo, or divisoria. Overall, value for money, we've stayed to other hotels with way better deals than here.
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
Pearl Manila Hotel
3.2/512 Reviews
It's really rubbish. Apart from the good attitude of the front desk service, nothing is the same. When I entered the house, the water was stopped. The hot water suddenly became cold and hot. The bottled water drank almost the same as the water in the swimming pool. All kinds of furniture were about to fall apart. The sound of air conditioning sounded equivalent to the level of aircraft engines. In addition, I did n’t understand when I first came to Manila. Ctrip wrote xx kilometers from the city center. This city center is the old city of Manila. The real urban area is in Makati. I'm still wondering how I couldn't find a five-star hotel in Manila

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Looking for hotels in Manila? Trip.com is a great place to start. Planning a trip to Manila? Manila is a city with tons of tourist attractions. You'll never want to leave! While traveling to Philippines, Manila is one of the most popular destinations.

For those traveling for business and tourism, Ninoy Aquino International Airport / Villamor Airbase is the preferred choice when visiting Manila.

There are 173 hotels in Manila on Trip.com, including luxury, boutique, and budget hotels. The local average price is 38 USD per night. There are a variety of hotels to meet the needs of different types of travelers. There are 6 five-star hotels in Manila at an average price of 101 USD per night. There are 8 four-star hotels in Manila at an average price of 54 USD per night. There are 87 three-star hotels in Manila at an average price of 36 USD per night. There are 56 two-star hotels in Manila at an average price of 31 USD per night. Manila has many well-known chain hotels which are suitable for both business trips and vacations. Ramada is the most popular brand among tourists. In Manila, chain hotels such as Ramada are one of the top choices among travelers. Hyatt City of Dreams Manila in Manila is a favorite among Trip.com users. If you're still unsure, Trip.com recommends Golden Phoenix Hotel-Manila.

In the city center of Manila, you'll have easy access to CASINO MANILA, Ongpin Street. If you want to spend a fun vacation with your family, locals recommend visiting Tagaytay, Quezon City, Pagsanjan. The most popular attractions for tourists in Manila are China Town, Robinson's Plaza, Intramuros. Upon departure, you can head to popular commercial areas like SM, Greenbelt, SM Mall of Asia to buy souvenirs or travel accessories.

Average Temperature

• January to March: 28.9°C during the day, 23.96°C at night

• April to June: 31.32°C during the day, 26.71°C at night

• July to September: 29.56°C during the day, 25.87°C at night

• October to December: 28.78°C during the day, 24.69°C at night

Average seasonal Rainfall

• Spring: 12.67 cm

• Summer: 150.53 cm

• Autumn: 412.0 cm

• Winter: 158.53 cm

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