The Bellevue Manila

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

North Bridgeway, Northgate Cyberzone, Alabang, Muntinlupa, Manila, Luzon, 1783, Philippines

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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 33% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families87
  • Couples80
  • Solo81
  • Business85
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    Luxe Hotel South of Manila


    one of two major hotels in the Southern metro manila area and is near the Shopping Complex of Alabang Town Center and Festival Mall and located in the center of the Outsourcing center of Alabang,

    Unique Quality: wide and spacious rooms

    Directions: North Bridgeway, Northgate Cyberzone, Alabang, Muntinlupa, Manila, Luzon, 1783, Philippines

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by namiewa about The Bellevue Hotel Manila

Ample in space yet cozy in ambience, each of the 222 well appointed rooms is thoughtfully designed to provide the ultimate comfort and modern day convenience. A tranquil retreat for business and leisure alike. We take the little things into consideration, providing personal attention and service that is beyond ordinary. At The Bellevue Manila, you are more than just a guest Explore the exotic mysteries of the Orient, and savor the most vibrant flavors, distinctively Asian at Cafe d Asie. Complemented with international favorites, The Bellevue Manila promises a gustatory experience. Supreme dining pleasure accentuated by impeccable and gracious service. Attain new heights of enjoyment at 20/20, an entire floor dedicated to your pleasure. Enjoy a fusion of music, sports and spirits served with a commanding view of the city. Set atop the topmost floor, the best spot to toast your success. 24 HOUR IN ROOM DINING CAFE D ASIE .2nd Floor


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Forum Posts

meet up ?


Will be in manila on 3rd March. Anyone who happen to be free on that day and wish to meet up?

Re: meet up ?

by donnavelasco

It happen to be my day off , what time will u be arriving and where can I meet you?

Re: meet up ?


Arrive Manila by MAS at 2pm 3rd march. Will then check in to Copacabana apartment.
Tentative plan is to take a cab to have a quick look at China Town and Intramuros.
Sunset at manila Bay. Dinner some where and then relax some place with a singer before calling it a day!
All this is flexible depending on time and traffic conditions.I am also open to suggestions.
Is it ok to meet at the airport or Copacabana or anywhere else that is convenient.

Re: meet up ?

by cyndymc

Hello, Lee. VTers here are very friendly, but you'll probably get more responses if you post this invitation at VT Meetings and if you write more info about yourself in your homepage. Happy trip!

Travel Tips for Manila

Money exchange rates

by bulldogtwo

Sorry to differ, but you should always be getting a better rate for a hundred dollar bill versus a 50 or 20 bill. If not, go somewhere else that will give you a better rate. This is usually the case in all of the SEAsian countries, at least any country I have been to.
The rates may be comparable at the airport versus in town, but generally speaking you can get better rates in town. Money exchangers are all over, in the malls for the most part.
The only big difference that I have found from one country to the next is whether to take travel cheques. Some countries will give you better rates for cheques than actual dollars, some will not.
Good luck

Tipping Tips in Manila!

by machomikemd

Tipping is common in Manila, and anything above 10% will gain you undying loyalty.

Restaurants: Even if a service charge is included, custom dictates adding another 5%-10% to the

Porters: Service in top hotels is good and should be rewarded with 20 pesos per bag.

Taxis: Most cabs are metered, and rounding up to the next five pesos is a good rule of thumb.

Taxi Drivers Always Have an Angle

by AKtravelers

First, you can tell that the taxi drivers of Manila have a good sense of humor -- just look at this sign that they have painted on the back of their cabs. What a joke! You would take down the Manila telecommunications infrastructure if you called or texted anytime you saw unsafe driving by a taxi! But you will also find that the cabbies are amiable once you start talking to them. However, you will also notice that many of the drivers tend to use their 30 minutes with you as a chance to sell you on something. Most of these guys have some affiliation with a night club, and they'll try to persuade you to go there -- and obviously they want to drive you there and come in with you so that they can get credit for you. If you are asingle male or a male with another male colleague, these bars wil usually be strip clubs or places where you can buy women -- at least that's what we mostly heard touted. I have no idea what happens when you take a cabbie up on such an offer.

Daing Na Bangus (marinated milkfish in vinegar)

by machomikemd

The milkfish, Chanos chanos, is an important food fish in Southeast Asia. It is the sole living species in the family Chanidae. The fry are collected from rivers and raised in ponds, where they can be fed almost anything and grow very quickly, then are sold either fresh, frozen, canned, or smoked.

The milkfish is also a national symbol of the Philippines, where it is called bangus. This meal is called Daing na Bangus (marinated milkfish in vinegar) and is easy to prepare.

First cut your fish lengthwise along the back, taking great care in not breaking the skin. The place the fish skin side down in a a wide and shallow container. Add vinegar, peppers, garlic, salt and ground pepper, and let marinate in your refrigerator for 24 hours, turning the fish over after the initial 12.

To prepare, drain, and fry with oil in a large skillet for 5 or 6 minutes, or until the fish reaches a golden brown color.


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 The Bellevue Manila

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Address: North Bridgeway, Northgate Cyberzone, Alabang, Muntinlupa, Manila, Luzon, 1783, Philippines