Pasay City Hotels

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Kabayan Hotel, Pasay: Near Victory Liner terminal

Came across this hotel on my first time to leave the country.It is practically a walking distance from the Victory Liner terminal and just near the NAIA terminal.Since then, I have been staying here whenever i am in Manila.
Location wise, it is a good choice since it is near the airport, Victory Liner terminus, Mall of Asia and the MRT station.
Our latest stay was on January 2012.We got the Premium B room With 2 queensized beds, a shower and washroom, a small tv and a mini fridge. Nothing fancy, just someplace to sleep and relax after the long plane ride. Just be advised that the place is not a really peaceful for you will be able to hear people talking in the corridor and even the room next door`s tv. The hotel was under renovation so I do not know if they have changed somethings.
You can contact the front desk and book for a massage (Php 500.00) and that what i have enjoyed during the stay.
Staffs were so courteous and is a plus point and the breakfast is good, you can ask extra rice wé no additional pay)
I do recommend to balikbayans looking for a short stay.

nothing really

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Family Travel
  • Written June 19, 2012

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Copacabana Apartment Hotel: the kitchen and the pool

The Copacabana Apartment Manila Hotel offers an alternative to the normal hotel experience. Even the most seasoned business traveler will find comfort in Copacabana Apartment Hotel. Newly-refurbished, the apartment-style accommodations of this 11-storey hotel are spacious and comfortable.
Me and my famly were very pleased, we stayed in suite room for about 3 nights.. didnt expect how big the room was, really surprised me..spacious enough for a big family.. although the lighting wasnt really good but that was fine for me.

Pool is really nice and clean..great views from the balcony our room. The Kitchen is also great, has mini bar but no microwave but, will definitely stay there again.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Road Trip, Family Travel, Budget Travel
  • Written February 7, 2011
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Copacabana Apartment Hotel: Spacious suite

The Copacabana Apartment Manila Hotel offers an alternative to the normal hotel experience. Even the most seasoned business traveler will find comfort in Copacabana Apartment Hotel. Newly-refurbished, the apartment-style accommodations of this 11-storey hotel are spacious and comfortable.
Me and my famly were very pleased, we stayed in suite room for about 3 nights.. didnt expect how big the room was, really surprised me..spacious enough for a big family.. although the lighting wasnt really good but that was fine for me.

Pool is really nice and clean..great views from the balcony from our room. The Kitchen is also great, has mini bar, no microwave but that was fine..will definitely stay there again.

First-class facilities to fill your fancy

* Restaurant/Bar
* Business center (with fax, photocopying and secretarial services)
* Conference facilities
* Fully furnished office spaces for short- and long-term rentals
* Swimming pool and sauna
* Parking facilities
* 24-hour security service/CCTV
* Wifi access in all rooms and all public areas (additional charge applies)

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Superior services to suit your standards

* Sauna and Massage Services
* Transport service
* Coffee shop/room service
* Safe deposit boxes
* Daily Maid Service
* Laundry and Dry Cleaning Service
* Currency exchange
* Babysitting service

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Family Travel, Road Trip
  • Written February 7, 2011
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Mariott: one of 2 hotels in Newport City

the first mariott hotel in manila (the first mariott was in cebu city in cebu province) and one of the luxe hotels in all of Manila. A nice place to hang around with friends when you visit manila.

5 star accomodations

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Related to: Luxury Travel, Spa and Resort, Food and Dining
  • Written September 14, 2010
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The Mabuhay Manor: The Ideal Place to Stay for Filipino Balikbayans

I stayed at The Mabuhay Manor early this month with a small bunch of friends. Our stay was only for a night at one of the hotel's Premium room. The hotel might look small and compact when viewed at the front but once you get inside and stroll around, you'll see that it is actually quite spacious. My friends and I were graciously assisted by the hotel staff upon check-in. There was a quaint bridgeway inside that we had to walk through to get to our room on the second floor, which we liked. The hallways were elegant and carpeted but not lavishly so, which were fine with us.

Our room was good for five persons, with enough space for luggage and extra mattress. We found the room to be pleasantly clean and furnished with necessities like a cable TV, a well-stocked mini-bar, telephone, and two side tables. I also liked the fact that the room was brightly lit as I don't like dimly lit rooms.

Bathroom amenities were limited to only two persons though, and there's an additional charge for extra towels. Room service was prompt and efficient but the Wi-Fi connection was rather intermittent.

We loved the swimming pool, which was located at the ground floor beside the Sutukil restaurant near the Manor Suites. Complimentary buffet breakfast for two persons were provided for at the Lola's restaurant. We were given a choice of Filipino or American breakfast. Lola's has a traditional Filipino ambiance and serve local delicacies like puto, tuyo, and salted eggs.

Check-out at the reception was quick and the staff offered to get us a taxi from the hotel. In summation, we enjoyed our stay at Mabuhay Manor. Practical tourists can experience first hand the warm hospitality of the Filipinos at the hotel and Pinoys traveling from abroad will surely enjoy the hotel's ambiance, especially its friendly service and local dishes served at the in-house restaurants.

Caters mainly to Filipinos traveling from abroad (i.e., balikbayans); its restaurants serve Filipino dishes and delicacies.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Family Travel
  • Written July 22, 2009
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Kabayan Hotel Pasay: Same Hospitality For Premium & Budget Rooms

I have not personally stayed at Kabayan Hotel Pasay because our house is near Metro Manila, but I usually refer friends and relatives there so they can have a taste of genuine Filipino hospitality. At Kabayan Hotel Pasay, there is a room that will fit different individuals' budget and taste. Whether a guest opts to stay in its posh premium rooms or its modest dormitory, they will be accorded the same warm hotel service.

So far, my contacts like staying at Kabayan Hotel Pasay because it is strategically located near the MRT,LRT & Bus Stations. Also, it is only a few minutes away from banks, SM MOA, Manila Historical sites and the airports.

There are different types of rooms to choose from. For budget travelers, the dormitory is usually the choice; many transit guests, salesmen, etc. stay there. It can accommodate 6 people in the 3 double deck beds. Each guest is provided with an individual locker and study lamp, and complimentary set breakfast and lunch, too. For more privacy and comfort, the budget traveler can get the single bed pad with study table, complimentary set breakfast and lunch. There's also a 2-single bed pad with the same amenities. Airport pick-up for guests taking the pads or dormitory can be arranged for a minimal fee. (It used to be P300, but might have changed.)

There are Superior, Premium, De Luxe and Family Rooms, too. The rooms rates are already inclusive of free breakfast & lunch and free airport pick-up. Check the website for updated rates and promos. Sometimes, they have special weekend rates.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel
  • Written July 14, 2009

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  • Reviews: 274

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Traders Hotel Manila (Shangri-la): Comfort at the edge of the City

To be honest, it's not me who always stay overnight here, but my dad's good friend from the States, Uncle Vince Almerico. He stays here all the time and every experience is a good one, or else, he won't be staying here everytime, right? What I know is that he loves it here.

It's just in front of the Cultural Center of the Philippines. It's very near Manila (minutes away from everything) and at around 5:30 PM or so, you can experience the beautiful Manila Sunset everyone's been raving about.

Guest Room Features:

Broadband Internet
Coffee/Tea Making Facilities
Electronic In-Room Locker
Executive Writing Desk
In-House Movie Channels
International Direct Dial Telephone
Mini-bar
Satellite/Cable Television


If you decide to stay for a minimum of two nights these things are what you can expect:
Complimentary buffet breakfast
Round trip airport transfers
Free Local Calls
National Direct Dialing & IDD at cost
Free broadband internet access
Welcome fruit basket
20% discount on F&B
20% discount at the SPA concept
20% discount on Laundry & Dry cleaning
Subject to 22.85% tax,VAT & service charge



Check their website for more details. =)

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written March 12, 2007
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The Heritage Hotel, Manila: Simple Elegance

There is a good feeling when one enters this hotel. You are greeted with a smile and everyone is very helpful.

I have attended several wedding receptions and anniversaries here. I saw the rooms of my friends when I was one of the members of the entourage. I haven't slept there, but my cousins and friends loved their stay.

The staff by the way is multilingual. Check In Time - 2:00 PM Check Out Time - 12:00 PM Credit card required - Upon Check In Deposit required upon check-in

Club room: PHP7,546.40
Superior room: PHP6,877.73
Standard room: PHP5,635.92

(the only reason I put more expensive than an average Pasay hotel is because there are many cheap hotels nearby...but as a deluxe hotel, it's about average)

Telephone numbers (local) tel: +63 (2) 854 8888 fax: +63 (2) 854 8833 reservation: +63 (2) 854 8648

(international callers can also call the above numbers in FULL. Local callers (Metro Manila) can omit the first 3 digits)

The hotel is so near these places

-Intramuros
-Museo Pambata
-Folk Arts Theatre
-Metropolitan Museum of Arts
-Malate Entertainment District
-Cultural Centre of the Philippines
-The Mall of Asia
-Harbour Square
-The Archdiocesan Shrine of Jesus the Way, the Truth and the Life
-Baclaran Church
-The Cuneta Astrodome
-PICC
-The World Trade Centre, Philippines

The Heritage Hotel Manila is located at corner of Roxas Boulevard & Epifanio Delos Santos Avenue (EDSA) and is the deluxe hotel NEAREST to the international & domestic airports. The Heritage Hotel Manila offers guests all day coffee/tea service at the lounge, a business center with Internet access, meeting and banquet facilities, outdoor swimming pool, complimentary parking, laundry facility, currency exchange, room service and restaurant.


The Heritage has 467 tastefully appointed guest rooms, each with its on distinctive design. Room amenities include coffee makers, complimentary bottled water, complimentary newspapers, in-room safes, direct dial telephones, cable TVs and pants press. Rooms for the physically challenged and non-smokers are also available (when I found out about this, I felt good). A cordial and attentive staff is available to ensure a smooth and successful stay.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Food and Dining, Spa and Resort, Disabilities
  • Written February 19, 2007
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