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Solaire Resort and Casino Hotel: Luxe Hotel of Solaire Resort and Casino (2)

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The famous Solaire Resort and Casino in Pagcor Entertainment City along Paranaque City has now two Hotel Complexes Integrated into the Casino, the Newer and more Luxurious All Suite 312 Room Sky Suites on the new 10 Storey Annex and the more Modest 488 Room Solaire Hotel that has 15 Floors.

The Sprawling 120 hectare Enttertainment City in the Manila Bay Area near the huge SM Mall of Asia Complex is the Philippine's answer to the Casino COmplexes of Las Vegas, Macau and and the Resorts World Sentosa & Marina Bay Sands of Singapore. among the first to opened this year in march is the Bloombery Resort groupand their Showpiece called Solaire Resort and Casino, the second las vegas type huge entairtanment complex cum casino in the philippines after the Resorts World Casino Complex near the NAIA Terminal 3 airport. Solaire Resort and Casino is patterned after the huge las vegas megacomplex casino and entetainment complexes and boast of a total of 8.3 hectares and Besides the 488 Room Main Hotel and the 312 All Suite Annex, it also has a 1,000-seat grand ballroom. The area has 18,500 square metres gaming area containing 1,200 slot machines and 300 gaming tables which are connected to the main lobby area and integrated with the restaurants and bars inside like the dragon bar, finestra restaurant, yakumi japanese restaurant, strip steakhouse and more. Plus like in las vegas, they offer free drinks and bottled water to casino patrons. they even has private gaming rooms for the high rollers as this casino complex is geared for the high rollers across asia and is a direct competitor of the macau and singapore and the genting highland casinos of malaysia.

They also have a rewards card with free memberships which is similar to the comps card of las vegas and atlantic city where you get room upgrades, free games, free meals and more once you accumulated enouigh points while gambling. They also have free parking in their multi level parking building just beside the complex and with elevator acess to the casinos.

a basic room here will cost 12,000 pesos a night at the Main Hotel Room (which I Stayed) and for the All Suite Sky Suites, a Princely 20,000 pesos a Night. (Will be free is you have accumulated much Comps or if you are a High Roller.

Besides Playing around the casino Tables and Slot Machines, you can also experience the new Wing, Called the Sky Tower, which Includes New Shopping Options, new Bars and Restos such as the Waterside Restobar, House of Zhou and to The Macallan Whisky Bar and Oasis Garden Café. There is also a free shuttle that goes every hour to and from the Nearby SM Mall of Asia for guests and also airport transfers (for a fee).

Check In Time is 3:00 pm and Check Out is 12:00 pm the next Day

Amenities Include Free High Speed Wifi Connection, Complimentary Bottled Water and Newspapers, Complimentary Buffet Breakfast at the Fresh Buffet Restaurant, Coffee Maker and Artisanal Coffee and Teas (free), Led Television, a huge Bathroom with separate Showe and Bath Tub, free toiletries, complimentary access to the Huge Swimming Pool and a Lot More. The Feeling inside the room is plush as a standard room here is about 43 square meters and more (460 square feet and more).

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Related to: Spa and Resort, Casino and Gambling, Luxury Travel
  • Written February 28, 2015
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Solaire Resort and Casino Hotel: Luxe Hotel of Solaire Resort and Casino (1)

The famous Solaire Resort and Casino in Pagcor Entertainment City along Paranaque City has now two Hotel Complexes Integrated into the Casino, the Newer and more Luxurious All Suite 312 Room Sky Suites on the new 10 Storey Annex and the more Modest 488 Room Solaire Hotel that has 15 Floors.

The Sprawling 120 hectare Enttertainment City in the Manila Bay Area near the huge SM Mall of Asia Complex is the Philippine's answer to the Casino COmplexes of Las Vegas, Macau and and the Resorts World Sentosa & Marina Bay Sands of Singapore. among the first to opened this year in march is the Bloombery Resort groupand their Showpiece called Solaire Resort and Casino, the second las vegas type huge entairtanment complex cum casino in the philippines after the Resorts World Casino Complex near the NAIA Terminal 3 airport. Solaire Resort and Casino is patterned after the huge las vegas megacomplex casino and entetainment complexes and boast of a total of 8.3 hectares and Besides the 488 Room Main Hotel and the 312 All Suite Annex, it also has a 1,000-seat grand ballroom. The area has 18,500 square metres gaming area containing 1,200 slot machines and 300 gaming tables which are connected to the main lobby area and integrated with the restaurants and bars inside like the dragon bar, finestra restaurant, yakumi japanese restaurant, strip steakhouse and more. Plus like in las vegas, they offer free drinks and bottled water to casino patrons. they even has private gaming rooms for the high rollers as this casino complex is geared for the high rollers across asia and is a direct competitor of the macau and singapore and the genting highland casinos of malaysia.

They also have a rewards card with free memberships which is similar to the comps card of las vegas and atlantic city where you get room upgrades, free games, free meals and more once you accumulated enouigh points while gambling. They also have free parking in their multi level parking building just beside the complex and with elevator acess to the casinos.

a basic room here will cost 12,000 pesos a night at the Main Hotel Room (which I Stayed) and for the All Suite Sky Suites, a Princely 20,000 pesos a Night. (Will be free is you have accumulated much Comps or if you are a High Roller.

Check In Time is 3:00 pm and Check Out is 12:00 pm the next Day,

Amenities Include Free High Speed Wifi Connection, Complimentary Bottled Water and Newspapers, Complimentary Buffet Breakfast at the Fresh Buffet Restaurant, Coffee Maker and Artisanal Coffee and Teas (free), Led Television, a huge Bathroom with separate Showe and Bath Tub, free toiletries, complimentary access to the Huge Swimming Pool and a Lot More.

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Related to: Spa and Resort, Luxury Travel, Casino and Gambling
  • Written February 27, 2015
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VIP Suite Hotel: Close to Manila airport and Mall of Asia

We want to be close to the airport of Manila, because we have our flight early in the morning. The location of this hotel is very convenient there are shops around and the biggest shopping mall of Manila, Mall of Asia is just 15 minutes away. After coming back from Tagaytay by bus where Provincial bus terminal is also in the same area we took a taxi from bus terminal which was a very short ride to this hotel. Pasay is very close to Manila airport a convenient place to stay if you have an early flight

The hotel lies in Evangelista street in Pasay don't be confused especially taking taxi always mentioned to taxi driver Evangelista street Pasay because there is also Evangelista street in Quiapo. This hotel is affordable and for the price I admire the cleanliness of the place. When we arrived the hotel burgher was immediately came to help our luggage. The hotel reception is upstair when we enter at the front door we thought we were in the hotel reception but is was not. The hotel has also a massage salon and that is downstair. Check-in is upstair they have only staircase there is no elevator that is why there were always young boys around to help carry the suitcase.

While taking step upstairs I was admiring on interior of the hotel this was very fancy. I can follow myself to a huge mirror on the hall way, so neat and clean some of materials are made from marble such as the table infront of hotel lobby. When we enter I was impressed!. The room was spacious which has attractive interior, a wooden floor very nice furniture with side table and a round mirror above, and the tv hang next to it. Mini bar is present in room, and a coffee maker. The bathroom is absolutely well worth the price the same rating of the room, very,very clean. The sink is made by marble with special faucet, during our stay in Manila this is the best place we ever had. The hall way between the rooms are so nice and well decorated

The surrounding outside the hotel is not to compare to any other places in Manila. Pasay has nightlife but in the street where the hotel is located there were not too many pubs. Here is only good to have a night rest especially if you have an early flight. Next door there is a mini stop supermarket which is open 24 hour. For the price of 2500 peso a night we have free wifi and also breakfast included this is woth of the price. We are not taking the breakfast we will be at the airport very early, the breakfast serve downstair next to the massage salon and they start serve breakfast at 7 am. Higly recommended place to stay near the airport

The hotel is super clean, especially the bathroom

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Family Travel, Arts and Culture
  • Written December 24, 2014
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Jupiter Suites: Close to everything very central location

This hotel is closed to everything, I really made a good choice this time. There are dozen of hotels in Makati, is hard to choice one. I have made all my bookings for accommodation during our trip in Philippines, this one I booked a few month before our trip. I normally book different hotel in Makati and just few weeks before our trip I cancel the other one and change to this hotel. I saw they were on discounted price.

However, we're more central to this place and the biggest shopping mall Greenbelt is just a 10-15 minutes away. This affordable hotel is just across the street of P.Burgos where the nightlife in Makati

Next door there are plenty of restaurants and the Greenbelt shopping mall is nearby. The hotel is located between Sen.Gil Puyat Avenue a very busy street. A very convenient place to stay and everything you need is just downstairs. KFC, MacDO, and so many more

The hotel entrance is quiet small but is okay, the staff were very friendly and helpful. Once we get off the taxi the hotel burgher meet us and took care of our luggage. There was another guy who help us for check-in, very accommodating person. Our room is on the fourth floor and the elevator goes to third floor only. The rest we carry our luggage through a staircase

When we get into our room my first impression is a WOW! what a huge room unbelievable. Very satisfied with our spacious room and for the price was more than worth it. We have a big double bed, modern television furniture the interior is pretty good combination with light color wall. Free wifi and a fridge, somehow the bathroom is not a wow as the room itself but is spacious. We have a little balcony facing to the busy street, even though we staying in the busiest street but we hardly hear noise from outside

Exterior photo of the hotel it doesn't seem big it looked small. But the size of rooms are huge! Hotel staff were very helpful, I asked an information of the timetable bus bound to Northern Luzon he made some phone calls for me. They have 24 hours security and receptionist. There were no breakfast include in the price, but next door there are many restaurants cafes , KFC, MACDO which open 24 hours.

This hotel is highly recommended for travelers who want to stay near the nightlife area of Makati. Walking outside the hotel at night we feel very at ease, never worried of being hold up, Makati is the safest area in Manila. Is a three star hotel which has an affordable price, the very spacious room were so amazing! this is the biggest room we ever had in the Philippines.

Makati is just a short ride by taxi from international airport, we bought a coupon taxi outside the arrival which is 400 peso only. The ride was about 20-30 minutes depending on traffic

The very large room was incredibly nice very airy
The interior of the room was excellent
The balcony facing to the main road where we can see everything

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Arts and Culture, Historical Travel
  • Written December 15, 2014
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The Stone House: Good Budget Hotel on Mabini st

Friendly Budget hotel.Nearly every room in this hotel has a different price depending on floor, street facing or back room.Stayed in the 700 peso room which had its own cold shower,fan, remote tv,single bed,this was a tiny room with only enough room to stand up.Stayed in another room for about 1600 pesos per night which was ok with aircon,shower,toilet,single bed and remote tv.I had to pay extra for wifi and also for breakfast.The foyer/reception/cafe in this hotel does not have aircon.The staff are friendly and helpful, although some staff have limited English.I had no problems staying here.Please note that there are 2 stonehouse hotels in manila so when booking or calling you need to make sure you are quoting the correct one.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written September 26, 2014
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The Silver Oaks Suites and Hotel: Best Value 3 Star Hotel on Mabini st.

Overall this hotel was the best value for your budget accommodation that I have stayed in.There is not a lot of difference in the 3 star range of hotels in Ermita/Malate so the small things are what you notice.This hotel has a daily,weekly and monthly rate.I selected the weekly rate at reception and was also offered another 10%discount without asking.I payed around 1450 pesos per night which include free wifi and a small snack breakfast.The hotel is small but new and the room had a small fridge,safe,toilet,shower,remote tv and a modern quiet split aircon.It was clean and tidy with a comfortable double bed.The foyer in the hotel is airconditoned and the staff were friendly and helpful.Very close to malls,bars,etc,I had no problems when staying here and I will definiately return to this hotel.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel
  • Written September 26, 2014
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Marco Polo: Newest 5 star hotel in Ortigas

The hotel is pretty new, it opened March 2014 and I stayed here August. The pool is small considering this is a five-star hotel. The interior is nice but the automatic lighting is irritating. There's bunch of freebies like free drinks at Vu's bar, free apples, free coffee in the room. The staff are helpful. You can find guards in every floor. It was a nice stay I guess.

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Related to: Food and Dining, Spa and Resort, Luxury Travel
  • Written September 6, 2014
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White Knight: Hotel in Intramuros

I liked it because it was atmospheric, old since the Spanish times

Historical, nice staff, centrically located

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Architecture, Arts and Culture, Historical Travel
  • Written April 21, 2014
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Acacia Hotel: Acacia Hotel: A New Hotel in Alabang

Acacia Hotel is one of the New Hotels coming out of the Burgeoning Alabang District of Muntinlupa City and along with the Viviere Hotel, Bellevue Hotel and the newly Opened Crimson Hotel, is a sign of the growing popularity of the district as a shopping and commercial haven in the southern gateway to the Metropolitan Manila Area.

The Acacia Hotel is a mid priced hotel located in the filinvest city part of Alabang District and has 262 rooms and suites in a 12 storey bullding and comes with the amenities you would expect in a hotel like free wifi, opulent bathrooms and nice swimming pools. they have a main restaurant called the Acaci Restaurant and is just minutes away from the Westgate Area of restaurants and is a 15 minute walk to the Festival Mall and Alabang Town Center.

the rooms are opulent for a mid priced hotel standards as they have a luxe bathroom with separate shower and bath tub and offer free wifi service and the usual amenities like free bottled water, a welcome fruit platter, welcome drinks, flat screen tv's, and more. average price of a standard 35 meter room is 5,200 pesos net and includes a free breakfast buffet at the acaci restaurant and free valet parking. However there is no free wifi service.

check in is 3:00 pm and check out is 12:00 pm the following day

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Luxury Travel, Spa and Resort, Food and Dining
  • Written December 24, 2013
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Stone house bed and breakfast: Cosy hotel

A very quaint and unique hotel in the middle of a bustling city. The architecture is made of wood and stone that reminds of those boutique hotels in europe. Very different from the modern hotels and very homey. The roof top garden is a place to unwind when one is tired and wishes to relax. Here you can see the city skyline. Aside from affordability crew is very friendly. Felt like home. I enjoyed the live music at night just before i hit the sack. Very unpretentious.

Roof top garden with city skyline view
Live music at night

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Work Abroad, Backpacking, Budget Travel
  • Written November 12, 2012

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  • Reviews: 3

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THE STUDIO 18 RESIDENCES: Middle of city, yet very quiet

I have read reviews over the internet with mostly positive marks, except for cab availability.

After accidentally staying in Makati red-light, later I decided to check The Studio 18 Residences. The pictures online and prices looked really good. I booked the room with no problems and the staff was very accommodating.

The rooms are typical hotel room with an Ikea furnished look. Flat panel television and satellite TV was provided for your entertainment. Bed was typical Filipino firm, but in no way was uncomfortable. The floor was tiled and added an echo to the room. The hallways and lobby were clean and the elevator worked.

Every morning housekeeping brought fresh bottles of water, powdered coffee, towels and shampoo. In the lobby walking in and walking out the front desk clerks were always very friendly and were not shy to answer any questions about the area or directions. If they didn't know, they went out of their way to get the answer by looking it up on the internet.

As far as the complaints about getting a taxi, the walk to the gate is not that far. It's about a half mile (or less) walk to Shangri-La Mall and SM Mega-Mall. Ortigas business district wasn't too far either, a place where you can find a center of finance, restaurants and aforementioned malls. I never saw the need to get a taxi and ended up losing a little American weight. (I am not athletic, but not anywhere close to obese)

It's not exactly luxury, but all in all this is a great place to stay on a budget, but you don't want to end up in a pension house.

The area is a gated residential community. There is no heavy traffic, no jeepney diesel smoke or noise to keep you up. Our taxi driver had to surrender his Driver's License in order to pass the gates. I had also observed this is a middle to upper class community; everybody seemed to own a recent model car.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Business Travel
  • Written May 27, 2012
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Apartment / Motel / Inn / Apartelle: One Bedroom Apartment

A one-bedroom apartment would cost you 3,000php - 5,000php ($72 - $120) depending on the place or location you are planning to stay. I can go with you on your tour or to look for an accommodation, since I'm working as a customer service, I'd be more than happy to assist you with that. (--,) You may reach me through my Fb account: gossipboi23@yahoo.com

Apartment with one bedroom

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Road Trip, Backpacking, Budget Travel
  • Written May 24, 2012
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WANDERERS GH FORMERLY Friendly's Guest House: NEW IN THE COUNTRY-MAKE THIS YOUR FIRST STOP

LATEST UPDATE
This place has now been taken over by A German and the whole place has been renovated and i gather he has tried to run the place as before, but there are two main differences. Guests no longer have use of a refrigerator, and there are meals served on the terrace balcony. Unfortunately i have not checked the place out since it changed management but hope to within a few months

UPDATE
I am afraid that this wonderful GH closed operations in October this year, but i will keep this post for a few months so members may see that it is closed and can make alternative plans for accommodation.

Friendly's, as the sign says "by backpackers for backpackers". The GH is in Adiatico St, Malate and is a real traveler's place with lots of information, book exchange, internet, refrigerator, cooking facilities and one of the few places with a roof top sitting area. Benji the owner has traveled the world and know what backpackers want. There are dorms with lockers and rooms at a very cheap price. Benji is most helpful and usually on Saturday nights has a free wine night where he offers wine and snacks to his guests. Shopping mall nearby.
UPDATE -- I stayed there recently and was treated to free oysters one evening and roast beef the next. Simple fan rooms for 2 are now 695 with ac rooms around 1000 . Dorms are around 350+, but excellent value at the GH.

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  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written March 12, 2012
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Bayleaf Hotel: Hotel in Intramuros

This is located within the old section of Intramuros. Within walking distance to the Manila Cathedral, Fort Bonifacio and the Manila City Hall.

Staffed by Hotel and Restaurant Management students of Lyceum University, the Bayleaf has a rooftop bar which offers fantastic view of old Manila.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Historical Travel
  • Written January 25, 2012
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Best Western's LaCorona Hotel: Boutique hotel in old Manila

Manila has a dizzying array of places to stay at for the visitor from B&Bs or Pensionne as they are called in the Philippines, to motels, standard hotels that run up the scale from the basic to the very luxurious rated 5 stars. And like elsewhere, standard can vary widely of course even within each class. But one thing I can say and this from my own experience is that service especially personal touches extended by management overall is of high quality among most Philippine hotels. To give an example, breakfasts provided by hotels of all kinds are simply astonishingly enormous. And they're given free buffet style included in one's room stay. Nowhere else in the world would a visitor ever see/experience morning dining as festive and generous as this! Tho this assessment may sound patronizing and biased because of my background having been born and spent early years of my life in that country, but I'm at the same time a fairly well travelled person to many different countries which sort of equipped me with a certain knowledge and discernment about comparative situations.

The city of Manila has boomed and expanded sadly not in economic progress nor leap in standard of living but in latitude into such unimaginable limitless boundaries. Progress in terms of modernity is well exhibited in the posh and gleaming Miami-like metropolis of Makati which clearly has now become the "in" spot equated to modern living, finance center, entertainment, shopping and the place to hang around and stay. And as well the resulting high prices of everything here is understood to be part of the status. So, as far as accommodation goes, Makati, tho conveniently close to both the international NAIA (Ninoy Aquino Int'l Airport) and the domestic airports, tend to be on the expensive side.

As far as real charm, native interest and that certain adventurousness real travellers go out of the way looking for, Old Manila to me is still a better draw. But be warned this area tho hemmed-in by all the historic sights of this much-devastated, much-maligned and impoverished city which very much reminds one of Calcutta in all her poverty, neglect and raggedness, can seem very overwhelming certainly after awhile. But if the visitor's true interest as befits his/her ideal travels always looking for the gritty soulful down to earth authenticity, then Old Manila is a giver of raw haunting sad but rich-in-fighting-spirit offerings.

In Old Manila therefore I chose to stay around at in September 2010 when I went home to visit ancestral family after a long absence. I found the boutique hotel La Corona, of the Best Western hotel chain right in the Ermita district where so many little hotels can be found, an area rather of convenient proximity to the main sights of Luneta Park, the bay walk of Roxas Boulevard, the presidential palace of Malacanan, city hall, selective traditional museums and also a short jeepney ride away the veritable Chinatown and the bustling folk-art bargain shopping district of Quiapo.

La Corona is a medium-size recently renovated hotel of about two dozen rooms of varying sizes and comfort. I stayed in a single suite with a huge circular bed. All rooms are well maintained and very clean with all the modern amenities to them: small refrigerator well stacked with essentials, air-conditioning and hot water definitely, free tea and coffee maker, bathrobe, tv and piped-in music, high-speed internet service, daily complimentary bottled water, airport shuttle (w/ surcharge) among many others and a free breakfast fit for a wedding banquet! It was a well worth find and most comfortable stay.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Singles, Arts and Culture, Budget Travel
  • Written August 2, 2011
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