Eurotel Pedro Gil

618 Pedro Gil Street, Ermita, Manila, 1004, Philippines
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Manila or Makati?

by vbsingh

My wife and I plan to visit Manila for 4 days in early Oct 2010 on vacation. Our interests are
a) Day - sight seeing
b) Afternoon / Evening - Shopping
c) Evening / Night - Wife loves to spend time on the slot machine while I like to have a few beers listening to live music

Would be grateful for suggestions on:
a) Where to stay Manila or Makati?
b) Which hotel? Our budget is US$ 80-100 and we prefer to be at a walking distance from a casino and bars



Re: Manila or Makati?

by stamporama

There are some hotels with casinos within/near them (Hyatt, Marriott and Heritage) but given your interests, I'd say the Heritage would be appropriate. It's actually in Pasay City (wedged between Manila and Makati), it's near the SM Mall of Asia where you can shop from morning till evening, they've got a lounge bar where there's live evening entertainment, and from their website (see link below) their cheapest rate (Superior room) goes for USD 100.40. For sight-seeing, you'll have to arrange a local tour depending on your interests.

Re: Manila or Makati?

by vbsingh

Thanks a lot ! Seems like a very good option.
However when I check the rates the best available seems to be USD 105 + Tax That is around USD 129
Nonetheless still an option worth considering given the location and the starb rating of the hotel. Thanks

Re: Manila or Makati?

by npamo

Although, I haven't tried it yet, you might want to try Copacabano Hotel along EDSA and near Roxas Boulevard. It is beside Heritage Hotel which has a casino and just a short ride away to the SM Mall of Asia, which is one of the biggest malls in Asia and behind it are lots of bars and restaurants with live music at night.

Re: Manila or Makati?

by SirHalberd

Here is another hotel I have used a few times. This Citystate Hotel is located on Mabini, Ermita area. This hotel is close to the Robinson Mall, restaurants, travel agencies for tours, some nightlife and it advertises that it has a casino with slot machines. I have used the hotel but not the casino. From this location you can also walk to other casinos on UN Avenue.


From this hotel you can also walk to the MRT if you want, maybe 15-20 minutes. This hotel is close to Roxas. You can take a meter taxi to the Mall of Asia pretty easy.

You could try the place for a night or two and then look for a different place if you are not happy. Using the "Yellow Taxi Service" from the airport to this hotel will run around 250 baht.

Good luck.

Re: Manila or Makati?

by SirHalberd

Whoops! Small correction.

"You could try the place for a night or two and then look for a different place if you are not happy. Using the "Yellow Taxi Service" from the airport to this hotel will run around 250 baht."


I meant to say 250 Pesos. Pesos, pesos, pesos!

Yellow Taxi info:


Re: Manila or Makati?

by npamo

oopsss.. i meant Copacobana and not Copacobono

Travel Tips for Manila

Fort Santiago

by seagoingJLW

Visit Fort Santiago. It used to be the seat of the colonial powers of both Spain and the United States.
Under the Spanish regime it was a prison. During the Japanese occupation it was the scene of atrocities committed by the military police.
Dr. José Rizal, Philippine patriot and physician, was condemned to death here and shot on December 30, 1896.
He is considered a great hero by the Filipinos.

Chickens! even in the city...

by Travel2write

Chickens! even in the city they wake you up at the crack of dawn! Everyone has at least one. Boiled Chicken! Grilled Chickens! Chicken at the market, dead or alive! Chicken fights! And the most memoriable experience I have had of all my travels!
Balute! In fact I don't think that is even the proper spelling! What is it? An egg with a fully developed chicken embryo (or in my case a duckling) is taken and buried to ferment for a couple of weeks. Eating balute after being invited to a persons house which I met walking down a street in Subic. You take the egg crack it, and eat the fermented chick. Ahhh.
I recomend you don't look at it, or give as much thought as I did. Once I got it in my mouth, I rolled it continuously around until I worked up the courage to force it down. With a big swig of my San Miguel Beer I survived. Oh well, I think of a quote I heard on T.V. today 'I am not afraid of dying, I am afraid of not living!'

San Agustin Church by Night

by mikoykoy

I had the chance to get this picture of San Agustin Church during one of the visit at Wow Philippines Intramuros.

San Agustin Church which is located inside the walled city in Intramuros is considered as the oldest stone church in the Philippines

2. Always have a handkerchief

by Ric

2. It is a good idea to carry a handkerchief at all times. Often in a public restroom (called 'comfort room') there is no paper towel or air dryer; the handkerchief is used. There are other fascinating uses, such as spreading it on your back under your shirt/blouse on very hot days in order to keep cool, to wave as a signal from afar, or to cover your mouth and nose in dusty areas.

San Miguel Beer Lite

by machomikemd

The Lighter on Calories Version of San Miguel Pale Pilsen, brewed by the San Miguel Brewing Group and is being gulped by 90% of Beer Drinkers in the Philippines. also popular in Hong Kong and China and is sold in Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia. A Regional Competitor of Tiger beer!

A Bottle costs 20 pesos (330 ml) amd aluminum can is 23 pesos (330 ml), the alcohol content is 5.5% (Pale pilsen is just 3.5%) and has 1/3 less the calories of Pale Pilsen. available everywhere!


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Address: 618 Pedro Gil Street, Ermita, Manila, 1004, Philippines