El Rico Suites Apartelle

1048 Metropolitan Avenue, Makati, Luzon, 1205, Philippines
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  • Families100
  • Couples50
  • Solo0
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Hotel info please....

by auztrav

I am looking ffor a safe place for single women close by transport and attrations, but not in places used for hourly rates, thin walls etc. Aircon a must...

Please your thoughts on...

Mandarin Oriental - good rate $100 AUs per night for 5 star hotel

Makati Apartelle $25 aussie per night

Southern Cross Hotel $50 aus per night

New Horizon Hotel

Pavillion - manila bay

Crown Regency

Many thanks



Swagman with airport transfers $ $62 per night

Re: Hotel info please....

by wanderer9020

new horizon perhaps , centrally located, along a main road, 2 minutes to mrt station. Mandarin Oriental is on business district. u need to take taxi always though taxis are not really expensive.

Re: Hotel info please....

by dianne_apol

I know it can be hard finding accommodation in Manila for a single woman. I have started a directory on my website that may be able to help.

http://manilaprivatecarhire.wordpress.com/accommodation/

Re: Hotel info please....

by kenstan

Pavillion is nice so is Mandarin Oriental Dustin at Goloria Mall Intercontenal Hotel.Mandarin is usually 150.USD so if you get it for 100 AU thats cheap.All hotels have A/C in Manila. These are all 4 star hotels by the malls.Shangi-la Makati is 200USD a night 5 star.Mandarin Oriental is very nice and taxi are cheap so for the price you can't beat it.

Re: Hotel info please....

by yellowbell

Mandarin Oriental is centrally located to the business district, Makati, http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/7f095/1540b4/ and the shopping malls. From there you can go to the Ayala Museum and have a glimpse of Old Manila through 200 or so dioramas, church vestments dating back to the 18th century when Manila was a colony of Spain.

Hotel Pavilion is also good and closer to Manila's Intramuros. Definitely, visit Intramuros's San Agustin Museum and Fort Santiago. If you take a taxi on a weekend, it will be less of a traffic.

Check out my travel article on what else to see in Manila. http://www.ehow.com/how_4861843_beat-heat-manila.html

If you like to ride a ferry to have a view of Manila's skyline, go to the Mall of Asia where there's a Star Ferry. When you're there, dine in the seafood restaurants too.

Travel Tips for Manila

well its been a while since i...

by sicky

well its been a while since i was there but i would take my mates to the firehouse bar, if its still there. my first trip. it was like i had landed in another world.The nightlife was just amazing,and thats what i miss the most.

We have two seasons

by mlt_t

the dry season and the rest of the year are sodden with
heavy rain. The dry season starts from December to May. From June to
November you might find yourself in a typhoon. The best time to visit Manila
and our beaches are around February to April. The summer time or dry season
is the best time for you to have some relaxation, cooling time and vacation
you need.

Fertilized duck eggs (around...

by Grootpiet

Fertilized duck eggs (around 17 days old), called Balut, are a delicacy for some. It apparently has powers as an aphrodisiac. Our friends ordered the oven-baked version (slightly crispy outside), but it still looked a bit too delicate too eat.

Puto Bumbong! Heavenly

by machomikemd

Puto bumbong is a purple colored glutinous rice cake steamed upright in a bamboo shaft topped with fresh grated coconut and brown sugar or even rice rolls made in specialized bamboo sections made out of pirurutong or purple sticky rice with the addition of ube (purple yam) as a coloring and flavor enhancer. It is then wrapped in banana leaves then is served after a few minutes. This steamed delicacy is served with butter or margarine, sugar (preferable the muscovado kind) and grated coconut. It is usually a christmas meal in the philippines usually served to farmers in the spanish times for Dawn Masses. It is usually paired with Bibingka (wheat flour with butter, sugar and grated coconut plus salabat (ginger tea)) but since it's popularity has sky rocketed, it is available all year round! Via Mare Restaurants make the best Puto Bumbong!

Light clothes

by Voicu

Any luggage is ok, but it's better one that can have a lock on it. Any light clothes, t-shirt, short pants, sandals, light shoes because it's very hot there and humid so you won't be able to wear warm clothes or too long clothes. I couldn't. A rain coat is ok too in case it's the rainy season. Anymedical supplies that you might need, but be carefull to have the doctors receipt with you. You might run into trouble at the airport if you don't have it and you bring anything that they might consider drugs. Be carefull in Philippines is death penalty for drug dealers.. and too many years imprisonement even for a cigarette of marihuana. so say no to drugs! Anytype is ok.It;s up to you and your money. :)

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Address: 1048 Metropolitan Avenue, Makati, Luzon, 1205, Philippines