Manila Marriott Hotel

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

No. 10 Newport Boulevard, Manila, 1309, Philippines

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Manila Marriott Hotel
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 40% more than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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    One of the Best Luxe Hotels in the Metro


    the Marriott Manila is located in the Resorts World Complex in pasay city and is one of the two hotels in the complex.

    Unique Quality: large rooms plus they offer free airport shuttle service to and from the Marriott Hotel to the NAIA Terminals 1, 2, and 3 every hour for check in guests and for those with confirmed booking arriving from the airport.

    Directions: No. 10 Newport Boulevard, Manila, 1309, Philippines

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Forum Posts

Manila to Clark international airport

by LindaChuang

I will be visiting Manila on September. I am taking Airasia from Clark airport to Kuala Lumpur 11.45am flight. Wondering where should I take bus from and what time from Manila?
By the way, is there any place where I can have my luggage safekeeping for a day at Manila? I don't stay any hotel there =.=

Re: Manila to Clark international airport

by Bothwell

Check out this link for the bus transport:

Where do you plan to stay? If it's a hostel, I'm sure they can accomodate your luggage for a few days.

Re: Manila to Clark international airport

by lahoree

PhilTranco bus from MegaMall Building A in front of San Francis shopping Mall. I think bus leaves at 12 noon.

Re: Manila to Clark international airport

by LindaChuang

Tks a lot ~ I'm going to Manila at early morn from Lucban, stay there a day. I wanna go to Clark in night to catch the flight at 11:45am at Clark international airport on next day. This is the first time I come php, I'm not familiar with the country, so a little bit worried about the transportation.

Travel Tips for Manila

Driving Manila

by Voicu

The golden rule in driving through Manila is to be patient, tolerant and to expect the unexpected.The traffic is soo congested and there are a lot of drivers that like to squeeze between the cars so you have to be extremlly carefull especially if you don't know the way. I would say that is the Manila Bay, where you can actually see the sea, the boats. There's also the Coco Palace. Unfortunatelly it was closed when I was there. Next time I will definetelly see it.

Experience Manila Traffic...anyone?

by syllybabe

This may sound absolutely crazy to most, but I highly recommend getting in a car during rush hour if you have time to spare. People who have never seen Manila traffic are amazed when given a first-hand experience. I remember a friend, who was planning to visit some years back, kept insisting that he'll come in December. I told him that December is a bad time to go because there's heavy traffic everywhere especially around the malls. He laughed it off and said, nothing is worse than NYC traffic. Now it was my turn to laugh and tell him that I've been to NYC and wondered, 'Where's the traffic?' I miss my friends the most when I'm away from Manila. I miss the long dinners that only end when the restaurant has to close, coffee at a nearby Starbucks after, and maybe a couple of drinks at a club with a band playing 70's-80's music. While it's true that the music scene is kinda lacking, it doesn't really matter since it only serves as a background for great conversation.

A Catholic - Chinese community

by joysweet

Contrary to popular notion that Chinese are either Buddist, Taoist or other Easter religion, a lot of Tsinoys (Filipino - Chinese) of Manila are either Roman Catholic or Christians. Shown in this photo is the Sto. Cristo de Longos (I forgot the English translation) at the corner of Ongpin Street (the main thoroughfare of the Chinatown area) and Tomas Pinpin Street. A fusion of Chinese (incense burning) and Filipino traditions are depicted here.

5. Drinking water: health and custom

by Ric

While tap water in Manila is generally potable, it is advisable to use bottled water. For Filipinos water comes at the end of the meal and signals that the individual has finished eating. This may cause some confusion for foreigners accustomed to drinking water during the meal. It is usual to drink other beverages (beer, juice, tea) and ask for water at the end.

Mosquito Repellent is a must pack item!

by dovalyn

A duffel bag or large roller board bag. Depending on your length of stay.
A carry on bag for your reading and listening material, possible laptop storage, room for snacks and extra clothes. Depending on your length of stay and the month that you arrive. In the warm months, t-shirts and shorts by day. At night, a nice short sleeved dress shirt and pant. The same for winter months but add a light sweater. Should you forget something from home, Manila is the shopping mecca of the world and you can always find what you need there. Medications and sunscreen. Most articles can be purchased in Manila as they have many wonderful pharmacies such as the one in Green Hills Mall. Besides China, the Philippines is a magnet for Camera buffs because of it's low cost photo equipment. Be sure to test out your camera and shoot several shots with an SD card before leaving the store. Make sure you can bring it back for refund or exchange and what is the time limit on it. Get that sales person's name and business card. For the most part, because you may have a short stay in Manila and might not be able to make it back to the store, it's "buyer beware". Camping is recommended in large groups and follow those that know where they're going. It wouldn't be wise to camp as a couple. People have been known to be hassled for money or worse, kidnapped. Highly discouraged unless you are going with someone from the regions or providence. Upon arriving into the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, it is wise to purchase at least $100usd at the airport currency exchange. If possible, try to change with $100 dollar bills, for some reason they give you a better exchange rate than the other US bills.


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