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List of hotels in Metro Manila

This is a list of hotels in Metro Manila. The list includes both current and historic hotels.

Contents

  • List of hotels 1
  • List of hotels under construction, on-hold or proposed 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

List of hotels

Current hotels in Metro Manila
Name Image Location Rooms Opened Notes Website
A.Venue Suites 7829 Makati Avenue, Makati 440 2008 First hotel in A.Venue area Website
Admiral Hotel 2138 Roxas Boulevard, Malate, City of Manila 1939 Historic hotel designed by Fernando H. Ocampo and completed in 1939 to be redeveloped as the Admiral Suite Hotel by 2017 in partnership with Accor S.A.
Ascott Makati Glorietta 4, Ayala Center, Makati 306 2000 Formerly known as Oakwood Premier Makati until 2009 Website
The Bayleaf Intramuros Muralla corner Victoria streets, Intramuros, City of Manila 57 November 2011 First hotel in Intramuros area Website
Berjaya Makati Hotel 7835 Makati Avenue Corner Eduque Street, Makati 212 Formerly known as Astor Hotel Makati until November 2012 Website
Best Western Hotel La Corona Manila 1166 M.H. del Pilar corner Arquiza Street, Ermita, City of Manila 57 Website
Best Western Oxford Suites Makati 518 P. Burgos Street, Makati 232 Website
Century Park Hotel 599 Pablo Ocampo Street, Malate, City of Manila 500 Owned by Lucio Tan since 1985 and the lot since 2008 Website
Crimson Hotel Filinvest City, Manila Entrata Urban Complex, 2609 Civic Drive, Filinvest City Alabang, Muntinlupa City 1781, Philippines 345 2013 Owned and managed by FilArchipelago Hospitality Inc. under Filinvest Development Corp. Website
Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria Ortigas Avenue cor. ADB Avenue, Ortigas Center, Quezon City 263 2005 2nd hotel in Robinsons Galleria complex after Holiday Inn Galleria (formerly Manila Galleria Suites) Website
Diamond Hotel Philippines Roxas Boulevard cor. Dr. J. Quintos St., Ermita, City of Manila 500 1993 Website
Discovery Suites 25 ADB Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig 220 Serviced residences in Ortigas Center Website
Dusit Thani Manila 1223 Arnaiz Avenue cor. EDSA, Ayala Center, Makati 538 1976 Formerly known as Manila Garden Hotel, Dusit Hotel Nikko Website
Edsa Shangri-La Manila 1 Garden Way, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong 631 1992 formerly known as Edsa Plaza Hotel Website
F1 Hotel Manila 32nd Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig 243 2011 First hotel to rise in Bonifacio Global City Website
Fairmont Makati 1 Raffles Drive, Makati Avenue, Ayala Center, Makati 280 2012 Located on the site of former Park Square 2 (operated from 1989 to 2007), Part of Ayala Center Redevelopment Website
Heritage Hotel Manila Roxas Boulevard cor. EDSA, Pasay 450 Website
Holiday Inn & Suites Makati Palm Drive, Ayala Center, Makati 348 April 1, 2013 2nd hotel to be placed atop the Glorietta Mall after Ascott Makati Website
Hyatt Hotel & Casino Manila 1588 Pedro Gil Street cor. MH Del Pilar, Malate, City of Manila 438 Website
InterContinental Manila 1 Ayala Avenue, Ayala Center, Makati 332 April 11, 1969 The first hotel to rise in Ayala Center, It was designed by National Artist Leandro Locsin. Website
Lancaster Hotel Manila 622 Shaw Boulevard corner Samat Street, Mandaluyong 145 2008 Website
The Linden Suites 37 San Miguel Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig 168 1999 Website
Luneta Hotel 414 Kalaw Avenue, Ermita, City of Manila 27 1919 Historic hotel near Rizal Park reopened in June 2014
Makati Shangri-La Manila Ayala Avenue corner Makati Avenue, Ayala Center, Makati 696 April 27, 1993 Located on the site of the former Rizal Theater (demolished in 1990) Website
Mandarin Oriental Manila 1226 Makati Avenue cor. Paseo de Roxas, Makati 442 1976 Closed September 2014[1] Website
Manila Hotel One Rizal Park, City of Manila 570 1912 The oldest premiere hotel in the Philippines Website
Manila Grand Opera Hotel 925 Doroteo Jose Street corner Rizal Avenue, Santa Cruz, City of Manila 205 2008 Built on the site of the former Manila Grand Opera House Website
Marco Polo Ortigas Manila Meralco Avenue cor. Sapphire Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig 316 2014 The first Marco Polo hotel in Manila Website
Marriott Hotel Manila 10 Newport Boulevard, Newport City, Pasay 342 2009 One of the 3 hotels to rise in Resorts World Manila Website
New World Makati Hotel Makati Avenue cor. Esprenza Street, Ayala Center, Makati 598 1994 Formerly the New World Renaissance Hotel Website
Oakwood Premier Joy~Nostalg Center Manila 17 ADB Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig 230 2009 Relocated from Makati when Ascott took the latter in 2009 Website
Pan Pacific Manila Adriatico Street corner General Malvar, Malate, City of Manila 236 Website
Raffles Makati 1 Raffles Drive, Ayala Center, Makati 32 2012 Located on the site of former Park Square 2 (operated from 1989 to 2007), Part of Ayala Center Redevelopment Website
Ramada Manila Central Ongpin cor. Quintin Paredes Streets, Binondo, City of Manila 114 April 30, 2012 Website
Sofitel Philippine Plaza Hotel CCP Complex, Pasay 609 1976 Formerly Known as Philippine Plaza Hotel and Westin Philippine Plaza under Starwood Hotels Website
Solaire Resort & Casino Aseana/1 Solaire Boulevard, Entertainment City, Bay City, Barangay Tambo, Parañaque 488 March 16, 2013 First resort-casino to rise in Entertainment City Website
St.Giles Makati Makati Avenue cor. Kalayaan Avenue, Makati 512 2010 Website
The Peninsula Manila Ayala Avenue cor. Makati Avenue, Makati 543 September 1976 Site of the Manila Peninsula rebellion in 2007 Website
Traders Hotel 3001 Roxas Boulevard, Pasay 312 Website
Waterfront Manila Pavilion Hotel and Casino United Nations Avenue cor. Maria Orosa Street, Ermita, City of Manila 590 1968 Formerly the Manila Hilton until 1988 Website

List of hotels under construction, on-hold or proposed

Future hotels in Metro Manila
Name Location Rooms Opening Notes
Conrad Hotel Manila SM Mall of Asia Complex, Bay City, Pasay 350 mid-2015 The first Conrad Hotels & Resorts branded property in the Philippines.[2]
Crockfords Tower Manila Resorts World Bayshore, Entertainment City, Parañaque 2018 Scheduled to open in 2018.[3]
Crown Towers Manila City of Dreams Manila, Entertainment City, Parañaque 260 Mid 2014 The third Crown Towers brand after Melbourne and Macau to be located at the City of Dreams Manila Complex[4]
Discovery Primea 6749 Ayala Avenue, Makati 2014 Luxury serviced residences in Makati CBD.
Genting Grand Manila Resorts World Bayshore, Entertainment City, Parañaque 2018 Scheduled to open in 2018.[3]
Grand Hyatt Manila 8th Avenue, Veritown Fort, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig 438 2015 The third hotel to rise in Bonifacio Global City.
Hilton Manila Newport Boulevard, Newport City, Pasay 350 2014 Scheduled to open in January 2017.[5]
Hotel Okura Manila Resorts World Bayshore, Entertainment City, Parañaque 2018 Scheduled to open in 2018.[3]
Hyatt Hotel Manila City of Dreams Manila, Entertainment City, Parañaque 2014 Scheduled to open in 2014.[5]
Manila Bay Resorts Entertainment City, Bay City, Barangay Tambo, Parañaque ? 3rd Resort-casino complex to rise in Entertainment City.
Mercure Manila Ermita Roxas Boulevard, Ermita 500 2015 Expected completion in 2015.[6]
Mercure Manila Ortigas San Miguel Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig 150 2015 Expected completion in 2015.[6]
Mövenpick Hotel Manila Picar Place, Kalayaan Avenue, Makati 324 2016 First Movenpick Hotel in Manila, 2nd hotel to rise in the Philippines.[7]
Nobu Hotel Manila City of Dreams Manila, Entertainment City, Parañaque 321 Mid 2014 The third Nobu Hospitality property after Las Vegas and Riyadh to be located at the City of Dreams Manila Complex [8]
Novotel Manila Araneta Center Araneta Center, Quezon City 415 2015 The first hotel to rise in Araneta Center.[6]
Novotel Manila Emerald Suites Emerald Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig 150 2017 The second Novotel to rise in Manila opens 2017.[6]
Radisson Blu Global City Bonifacio Global City, Taguig Proposed hotel in the SM Aura complex.
Savoy Hotel Newport City, Pasay 610 2016 First Savoy Hotel in the Philippines.[9]
Shangri-La at the Fort West Superblock, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig 577 late-2014/early-2015 2nd hotel to rise in Bonifacio Global City.
Sheraton Manila Newport City, Pasay 350 2017 The 2nd Sheraton Brand in Manila .[10]
The Westin Manila Bayshore Resorts World Bayshore, Entertainment City, Parañaque 600 2018 The return of the Westin brand in the Philippines since 2007.[11][3]
Worldhotel and Residences Makati Makati Avenue, Makati 324 2013 First Worldhotel in Manila.[12]

See also

References

  1. ^ "After 38 years, Mandarin makes tearful exit".  
  2. ^ "SMIC to open Conrad Hotel Manila".  
  3. ^ a b c d "Travellers International to invest P16B in Manila Bay casino resort".  
  4. ^ Melco names casino complex 'City of Dreams Manila' published by Rappler; accessed 2014-02-06.
  5. ^ a b "Hilton Worldwide Signs Agreement with TIHG".  
  6. ^ a b c d "France's Accor to build six more hotels in the Philippines through 2017".  
  7. ^ "Picar Development starts construction of First Movenpick Hotel at Picar Place Makati".  
  8. ^ Robert de Niro visits Manila for Nobu Hotel announcdment published by Rappler; accessed 2014-02-06.
  9. ^ "Megaworld to build Savoy hotels in the Philippines".  
  10. ^ "Big global hotel operator eyes Philippines".  
  11. ^ "Starwood eyes 1st Phl hotel in 2016".  
  12. ^ "Worldhotels to build P2B facility in Makati".  

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