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Remington Hotel
Remington Hotel

#1 Jasmine Drive Newport City, Pasay

3.0 out of 5.0
3.2 of 5, from 1,621 reviews

Situated near the airport, this hotel is 0 mi (0 km) from Resorts World Manila and 3 mi (4.9 km) from Ayala Center. Baclara …

NZ$74
Solaire Resort and Casino
Solaire Resort and Casino

1 Asean Avenue, Paranaque 1701

5.0 out of 5.0
4.4 of 5, from 442 reviews

Situated on the waterfront, this luxury hotel is 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Mall of Asia Arena and 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from SM Mall o …

NZ$199
Hyatt City of Dreams Manila
Hyatt City of Dreams Manila

Asean Avenue corner Roxas Boulevard, Paranaque 1701

5.0 out of 5.0
4.4 of 5, from 341 reviews

Situated near the airport, this luxury hotel is 1 mi (1.5 km) from Baclaran Church and 1.3 mi (2.1 km) from SM Mall of Asia …

NZ$171
The Heritage Hotel Manila
The Heritage Hotel Manila

Roxas Boulevard, Corner Of Edsa, Pasay 1300

4.0 out of 5.0
3.6 of 5, from 2,348 reviews

At the crossroads of two major thoroughfares, this hotel in Manila is 2 km (1.2 mi) from the SM Mall of Asia and the SMX …

NZ$86
Golden Phoenix Hotel Manila
Golden Phoenix Hotel Manila

Oceanaire Bldg, Sunrise Drive, Pasay 1300

4.0 out of 5.0
3.9 of 5, from 404 reviews

Located in the heart of Pasay, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Mall of Asia Arena and SM Mall of Asia. Baywalk is …

NZ$90
Hotel H2O
Hotel H2O

Luneta, Manila 1000

4.0 out of 5.0
4.1 of 5, from 972 reviews

Located in Ermita, this spa hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Manila Ocean Park and Rizal Park. San Agustin Church and …

NZ$77
The Linden Suites
The Linden Suites

37 San Miguel Avenue, Pasig 1600

4.0 out of 5.0
4.2 of 5, from 763 reviews

Located in Ortigas Center, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of University of Asia and the Pacific and SM Megamall. …

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Makati Shangri-la Hotel, Manila
Makati Shangri-la Hotel, Manila

Ayala Street and Makati Avenue, Makati 1200

5.0 out of 5.0
4.6 of 5, from 250 reviews

Situated in the center of Makati, Manila's business, shopping and entertainment district, the Makati Shangri-la Hotel iswithi …

NZ$195
Tropicana Suites
Tropicana Suites

1630 Luis Maria Guerrero Street, Manila 1004

3.0 out of 5.0
3.9 of 5, from 242 reviews

Located in Ermita, this aparthotel is within a 15-minute walk of Supreme Court of the Philippines and Baywalk. Rizal Park and …

NZ$64
The Exchange Regency Residence Hotel
The Exchange Regency Residence Hotel

Exchange Road Corner Meralco Avenue, Pasig 1605

4.0 out of 5.0
3.6 of 5, from 293 reviews

This family-friendly Pasig hotel is located in the business district, within a 10-minute walk of Metrowalk and University o …

NZ$48

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Way more exciting than the envelope that shares its name, Manila, Philippines, boasts waterfront views, a lively international vibe and a food culture like no other. This capital city may seem like a small seaport, but bigger isn’t always better. Whether you want to museum-hop, hit the club scene or ogle ornate Spanish architecture, Manila has you covered.

If your holiday self wants to chill out surrounded by beautiful things, we understand. Tour historic churches or taste your way through a crowded street market before relaxing along the bay. It’s all here—all you have to do is book Manila accommodation!

Things to Do in Manila

The ancient walled district of Intramuros is always a good place to start exploring. Stop by San Agustin Church and Museum, the only building in town that survived World War II. Pretty impressive!

For a quiet walk beside Manila’s modern skyline, escape to Fort Santiago, a Spanish citadel in Intramuros. Today it’s a peaceful retreat and museum, but back in the 16th century, Fort Santiago protected Manila from numerous enemies. You can’t call it a day without an arvo at the National Museum, where you’ll trace Filipino history through art and cultural exhibitions.

If you’re thinking, “Enough with the old stuff, I wanna go shopping!” Manila hotels near Divisoria Market, an open-air, covered collection of vendors, are your best bet. Be prepared for a sensory overload of treats and souvenirs to take home. If the words “bargain shopping” don’t stop you in your tracks, first of all, try it, you might like it! Second of all, you probably want accommodation near Bonifacio Global City, with its upscale shops, restaurants and shiny new buildings.

When you want to appeal to your sense of taste, eat your heart out in the square around the Andres Bonifacio Monument. Take your pick from international chains, lovely little bistros and cocktail bars…or EAT ALL THE FOOD. With a belly full of camaron rebosado—battered prawns—head back to hotels in Manila to dream of tomorrow’s adventures or stay out all night dancing in the clubs on Roxas Boulevard.

Getting To & Around Manila

Flights to Manila touch down at Ninoy Aquino International Airport, about 12km south of downtown. If you stick to busier neighbourhoods, you can easily navigate the city with the metro system. Unique to the Pacific Islands, jeepneys offer transit to many popular sights, but these renovated Jeeps are not as well-regulated as the rail lines. When in doubt, take a taxi.

Upcoming Events

Manila loves a good parade, festival and feast! There is typically at least one festival per month, so you’ve got a good chance of seeing a statue of some sort leading a parade, followed by lots and lots of food. In September, the Kalesa Festival celebrates the love-hate relationship between Filipinos and this version of a horse-drawn carriage with music, dance and of course…rides in horse-drawn carriages!

If you like a party, December is your new favourite month. The Feast of the Immaculate Conception, on the first Sunday of the month, is a Virgin Mary extravaganza, with more than 80 icons paraded through the streets. If you prefer sparkly things and food, Christmas festivals throughout the city are ready to please your palate with some of the best food in Manila—and make your holiday truly “explosive” with fireworks displays.

For the adventurous, the Feast of the Black Nazarene in January is fascinating. The streets will be packed as the Black Nazarene statue is pushed, pulled and lifted through town; this parade is tumultuous, to say the least. Pro tip: It’s wise to book accommodation in Manila near Quiapo Church, make sure you’ve got a good zoom lens and then watch from afar.

Get Outside!

When the sun is shining on Manila holidays, it’s time to hit the parks. The best is Ninoy Aquino Park and Wildlife Center in Quezon City, where you can see the largest eagle in the world. It eats monkeys! Small monkeys, but still. It’s also got snakes, tigers and bearcats—yes, that’s a thing, and they are either super cute or terrifying, depending on who you ask.

More into relaxing sunsets than eagles who eat small mammals? Well, we don’t blame you. Take a stroll along San Miguel by the Bay and take your pick of waterfront patio dining establishments. Better yet, grab some grub from a vendor and enjoy the soothing sounds of the fountain as you watch the sun go down.

If you’ve been itching to climb Taal Volcano since you saw it out your airplane window, now’s your chance. Hike up to the main crater for strangely satisfying snaps of sulphurous pools and dramatic landscapes that will get you plenty of comments on Facebook. If you’re not into hiking active volcanoes, book the Tagaytay Ridge & Manila City Tour and see it from afar, then get an afternoon tour of the capital with some sweet insider info.

Must-See Spots

This city is a popular stopover point, so spending just one day in Manila isn’t too unusual…although we still think you should give it more time. You could spend a whole day just exploring Intramuros, which is home to tons of history. Three popes have visited the Manila Cathedral, and you can definitely trust their opinions! In the Plaza de Armas, check out the shrine to Jose Rizal, which houses one of his vertebrae, among other, less creepy relics.

Did we mention the sunset? Oh yeah, we did, because it’s that important. Gorgeous fiery sunsets and halo-halo are two of the Philippine’s biggest claims to fame, and you can combine them both on the San Miguel by the Bay promenade. What’s halo-halo? It literally translates to “jumble-jumble”, which is accurate, but not very helpful. It’s sort of a drink/ice cream/leche combination, with too many ingredients to list here. Just try it.

Manila’s eclectic blend of history, nightlife and delicious food entices enterprising travellers from the world over. And Wotif’s diverse selection of places to stay in Manila is ready for them—and for you. Book today and hop across the South Pacific to adventure!

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