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Manila – A Skyline of High-Rise Buildings and Delicious Street Food

Hotel City Garden Suites Manila
Hotel City Garden Suites Manila - Manila
1000 Manila
  •  approx. 2 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 8.7 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 46.00EUR
7.2
Hotel The Legend Villas
Hotel The Legend Villas - Mandaluyong
1550 Mandaluyong
  •  approx. 6.9 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 7.7 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 111.00EUR
Diamond Hotel Manila
Diamond Hotel Manila - Manila
1000 Manila
  •  approx. 2.6 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 8.2 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 177.00EUR
Hotel Crowne Plaza MANILA GALLERIA
Hotel Crowne Plaza MANILA GALLERIA - Manila
1100 Manila
  •  approx. 8.6 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 10.1 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 149.00EUR
7.7
Hotel Edsa Shangri-La
Hotel Edsa Shangri-La - Mandaluyong
1650 Mandaluyong
  •  approx. 5.8 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 9 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 214.00EUR
5.3
Hotel Dusit Thani Manila
Hotel Dusit Thani Manila - Makati
1223 Makati
  •  approx. 1 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 0.5 km

    Distance to train station

  •  approx. 4.5 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 150.00EUR
7.6
Hotel Somerset Millennium Makati
Hotel Somerset Millennium Makati - Makati
1229 Makati
  •  approx. 0.3 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 4.9 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 143.00EUR
7.3
Heritage Hotel Manila
Heritage Hotel Manila - Pasay City
1300 Pasay City
  •  approx. 1.3 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 1 km

    Distance to train station

  •  approx. 11.2 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 61.00EUR
Hotel Jen Manila formerly Traders Hotel Manila
Hotel Jen Manila formerly Traders Hotel Manila - Pasay City
1305 Pasay City
  •  approx. 1.5 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 0.5 km

    Distance to train station

  •  approx. 6.5 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 98.00EUR
9.0
Hotel Discovery Suites Manila Philippines
Hotel Discovery Suites Manila Philippines - Pasig
1600 Pasig
  •  approx. 3.5 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 0.5 km

    Distance to train station

  •  approx. 9.6 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 115.00EUR
Hotel Bellevue Manila
Hotel Bellevue Manila - Muntinlupa
1783 Muntinlupa
  •  approx. 3.9 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 9.6 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 105.00EUR
8.2
Hotel Ascott Makati
Hotel Ascott Makati - Makati
1224 Makati
  •  approx. 0.3 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 4.8 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 199.00EUR
7.4
Hotel The Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences
Hotel The Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences - Makati
1227 Makati
  •  approx. 0.7 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 3 km

    Distance to train station

  •  approx. 5.7 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 122.00EUR
9.1
The A.Venue Hotel
The A.Venue Hotel - Makati
1210 Makati
  •  approx. 1 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 1.5 km

    Distance to train station

  •  approx. 6.5 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 158.00EUR
Joy Nostalg Hotel & Suites Manila - Managed by AccorHotels
Joy Nostalg Hotel & Suites Manila - Managed by AccorHotels - Pasig
1600 Pasig
  •  approx. 3.7 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 9.8 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 193.00EUR
Holiday Inn & Suites MAKATI
Holiday Inn & Suites MAKATI - Makati
1224 Makati
  •  approx. 0.9 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 4.7 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 119.00EUR
8.1
Hotel Fairmont Makati
Hotel Fairmont Makati - Makati
1224 Makati
  •  approx. 1 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 0.6 km

    Distance to train station

  •  approx. 4.7 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 346.00EUR
Crimson Hotel Filinvest City
Crimson Hotel Filinvest City - Muntinlupa
1781 Muntinlupa
  •  approx. 3.4 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 10.1 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 112.00EUR
7.5
Hotel Raffles Makati
Hotel Raffles Makati - Makati
1224 Makati
  •  approx. 1 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 0.6 km

    Distance to train station

  •  approx. 4.7 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 323.00EUR
Hotel BSA Twin Towers Condotel
Hotel BSA Twin Towers Condotel - Mandaluyong
1557 Mandaluyong
  •  approx. 5.3 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 9.5 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 61.00EUR
9.8
Hotel BSA Suites
Hotel BSA Suites - Makati
1223 Makati
  •  approx. 1.1 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 5.3 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 63.00EUR
Eastwood Richmonde Hotel
Eastwood Richmonde Hotel - Quezon City
1110 Quezon City
  •  approx. 8.3 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 13.1 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 113.00EUR
F1 Hotel Manila
F1 Hotel Manila - Taguig
1634 Taguig
  •  approx. 4.1 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 1.5 km

    Distance to train station

  •  approx. 5.9 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 127.00EUR
6.9
Hotel Marco Polo Ortigas Manila
Hotel Marco Polo Ortigas Manila - Pasig
1600 Pasig
  •  approx. 3.5 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 9.9 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 152.00EUR
9.3
Acacia Hotel Manila
Acacia Hotel Manila - Muntinlupa
1781 Muntinlupa
  •  approx. 3.6 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 10 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 106.00EUR
Manila is the most densely populated city in the world, which accounts for the numerous modern skyscrapers—although the hustle and bustle of city life is easy to get away from on the sultry beaches of Luzon Island’s idyllic coastline. The locals have a very easy-going nature, inviting smiles, and friendly attitude. The manic traffic includes horse-drawn buggies that crisscross the streets in a way that can make no sense to a western visitor, but this is part of this city’s magic, as you will surely discover if you put aside a day or two to wander around without a map or a plan. Getting lost in the backstreets, and taking in the sounds and smells is enough for you to feel the energetic rhythm of life.

Location: A gateway island in the sultry Pacific

Manila is one of the largest municipalities of the Philippines and is located on the eastern shore of Manila Bay, surrounded by the paradise enclave of the Pacific Ocean. Ninoy Aquino International Airport is the main international gateway for travelers to the Philippines, and serves as a hub for a number of local and international airlines.

Business: The economic epicenter of the Philippines

As you would expect from a bustling city teeming with towering high-rises, Manila is a major center for banking and finance in the Philippines, and together with retail, tourism, real estate, and technology, attracts billions in international trade. Philippine Airlines (PAL), the flag carrier of the country, headquarter within the metropolitan area.

Culture: A melting pot of European, American, and Chinese cultures

The influence of Spanish culture is evident in the Baroque colonial buildings, which include a number of cathedrals and basilicas. Almost 90% of the people are Roman Catholic and very passionate about their faith. English is an official language and is widely spoken, although the distinctive local slang is particularly Americanisms and almost everyone has a nickname. Manila street food is "bolder" than Chinese, and you are either going to love it or hate it, but rich in flavor, it’s a mind-blowing experience.

Activities: Shop, taste, and sing your heart out

Manila has become one of the best shopping destinations in Asia. Major shopping malls—Robinsons Place Manila being the largest—are located around the city, while local and traditional markets and bazaars are also dotted around at regular intervals. The Binondo enclave is the oldest Chinatown in the world, established in 1594. It combines sightseeing, shopping, and delicious food. It is very incomprehensible to a novice in Oriental reasoning that the main dispute between the Philippines and Japan is that each country claims the invention of karaoke for itself. Maybe you can be the judge that when you try out the new version – videoke. Manila is still setting new trends.