Apr 21, 2019 - Apr 22, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
The City of Manila is the capital of the Philippines was founded approximately 450 years ago (1571) by the Spanish conquistador Miguel Lopez de Legazpi. Before it was the capital it was the traditional seat of power for colonial rulers for hundreds of years.
Nicknamed Paris of the Pacific, Manila is home to 1.7 million people and attracts visitors from around the globe with its rich history and beautiful parks. Over a million people travel to The Queen City of the Pacific each year to visit the National Museum of Fine Arts, Riza Park, the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex, Manila Zoo, and many more religious, historic, and architecturally significant sites.
Manila is a city filled with amazing locations to stay, from windy little streets in the older sections to high rise hotels in the city center. Depending on what time of year you plan to travel, great deals can be found on all types of properties in this vibrant, global city.
If you love to shop, Manila's the place for you, and you can stay near Tutuban Center and shop with the locals or near Robinsons Place Manila, the largest mall in the city. There are plenty of hotels to choose from and Skyscanner is here to help you select the best spot for you to stay during your visit. Check out prices, amenities, star rating, and specific hotel brands all in an easy to sort format.
The long history of the city lends itself to having both small hotels on the side streets and larger international chain properties downtown, so there's something for everyone. If you love boutique hotels and want to stay at a property on your romantic or family trip to this lively city, there are many to choose from with a wide variety of amenities. Take a look at these boutique hotels in Manila:
Absolutely; there are excellent options when it comes to luxury hotels in the Philippines capital and when choosing to travel to Manila you will have a large selection of 4 and 5 star hotels to choose from with great locations and beautiful views of this vibrant city. Here are some amazing 5-star hotels in Manila:
There are many cultural things to see and experience in Manila and plenty of hotels for families traveling with children. There are hotels with plenty for kids to do, hotels that come with one or more meals included to help you keep your visit carefree, and available items and features like cribs and adjoining rooms. Here are some great examples of family hotels in the capital city:
Be prepared for an assault on the senses. Loud, dirty, polluted air and lots of poverty. Homeless children, families and pregnant women living under bridges. Don't forget to visit Smokey Mountain - real people living on a garbage dump, so cute.
Great place for past some days, you can find area with locals or area with tourists, nice restaurants and nice street food, just travel
I would say it is a very typical south east asian capital. DIrty, full of people and pollution... I still think it was a good decision to go there, as I got a sense of how real Asia was (not only the beautiful things you see in pictures). However, if you don't have much time, I would rather spend time in other places.
I m curently living in Manila and it s a wonderfull place if you love to discuss with nice people. Pinoys (filipinos) are amazing and always ready for a good joke, to help or to share a good meal. Once you visited Philippines, you might come back more often to discover the rest of the country (Rices terraces, White sand beach, Surfing spots and more !)